Photo: Provided by United Way of Atlanta African American Partnership Chicago native Common (born Lonnie Rashid Lynn Jr.) has been rocking the mic since the 90s, and the MC is known for his conscious lyrics on records such as “I Used To Love H.E.R.,” “The Light,” “The 6th Sense”, plus many more.
Photo: Provided by Ciara Suesberry Rapper T.I. is no stranger to the hip-hop game, launching his rap career in 1999. However, the Atlanta native is expanding his profession beyond the rap scene by pushing toward the technology industry. T.I., born Clifford Harris announced his new investment Tech Cypha on Jan. 18 at Beta Works
What's up CeeSoDope readers? I have another exciting recap for ya'll. During Super Bowl weekend, Chad Johnson, former NFL player for the Cincinnati Bengals, hosted his Celebrity Super Slam on Friday, Feb. 1, in Atlanta. Held at Morehouse College Gymnasium, Johnson brought out some of Atlanta’s finest for his Celebrity Super Slam to kick
Brian Hamilton Foundation is a beacon of hope for returning members of society. Hamilton and Reverend Robert J. Harris started working at prisons to teach inmates how to become entrepreneurs. Twenty-six years later, an act of service is now a national non-profit. On Saturday, January 26, Inmates to Entrepreneurs held a
In hip-hop, producers have become just as famous as the rappers. Multi-platinum, Grammy-nominated super producer Kevin "Khao" Cates is one of the producers who is making his way from behind the scenes to the limelight. After years of producing for heavy-hitters in the game such as T.I., Jay-Z, Lil Kim, Busta
(Photo: Citizens march along historic Auburn Street in downtown Atlanta) The annual Martin Luther King Jr. March and Rally celebrated the life and legacy of the late Civil Rights leader on Monday, January 21. Several organizations such as the National Pan-Hellenic Council or D9, Teens Against Justice and more joined thousands
Photo: Pitchfork.com Future is one of the most talked about MC’s today whether it involves his music or personal drama with ex-fiancee R&B singer, Ciara. The Atlanta rapper recently called out her husband NFL player Russell Wilson for “not being a man" in their relationship. Despite his comment putting a sour taste