Bonafied's Merse takes CULTUREDAPPROVED to Jefferson Projects to discuss what grows from the culture of East Harlem on Live From The Underground.
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By: Danny Lugo (@lugybaby)
As a big wrestling fan I constantly get asked by random non wrestling fan friends "Yo, you got the network?", "is it worth it?" blah blah etc. The answer is simple.... Hell Yeah I got it and I love it like a child I didn't plan on having.
The team here at #CulturedApproved asked me to give my insight on the network so I compiled a list reasons why avid wrestling viewers should have the network.
By: Keith Nelson Jr (@JusAire)
The historian curse is also why the face of The Roots has mentioned on numerous occasions that Hip Hop died on August 3rd, 1995, the day of The 1995 Source Awards. It's also why Questlove felt that there was an "artistic apartheid" in the seating arrangement in the audience and felt The Roots, Nas, Busta Rhymes and Mobb Deep were seated in the "have-nots of Hip Hop" section. But, if there was TWITTER IN THE 90S, a platform which makes opinions “history” with the click of a button, this Hip Hop evolutionist would have placed too many unruly rappers (Read: animals) in arbitrarily constructed categories(read: cages) with grave consequences.
QUESTLOVE LIVE TWEETS AT THE 1995 SOURCE AWARDS