Daily Archives: December 2, 2013

Busta Rhymes Talks About The Origins Of Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Could See

Busta Rhymes is interviewed for Complex magazine’s Magnum Opus series and he tells the story about his big solo artistic breakout moment with “Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Could See.”

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DEnAuN-Idle Hands Feat. Mela Machinko

“Idle Hands” featuring Mela Machinko is the first single from Mr. Porter’s upcoming solo album. DEnAuN’s Hands tell the story of a cheating husband who can’t deny temptation to step outside his marriage.

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Black Folk Don’t: Go Green

Angela Tucker’s “Black Folk Don’t” has returned and today’s episode is about whether or not Black people care about their carbon footprint. Norwood Fisher, founder of Fishbone, talks about his previous notion that Black people don’t ride snowboards.

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Lorine Chia-Eve’s Perspective

Cleveland by way of the Cameroon indie R&B singer Lorine Chia warns listeners to not eat from the tree of whiteness unless you are ready for the arrival of winter. Chia’s take on the biblical story of Genesis involves a contrast of candles representing African Diasporic religion and the aftermath of an unsuccessful one-night stand with a young white Jesus-looking figure. Her debut album Naked Truths is out now and her NVRcH is still available for download.

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