Hip Hop is everywhere. It spills over into our everyday lives. Its influence cannot be denied. It isn’t just a Black culture thing, it is a culture thing, it is a thing…it just IS. It is embraced, created and emulated by many all over the world.
Hello everyone. It has been awhile since we have had the opportunity to put out an article, so we are very excited about this one. We have been very busy during this time of silence, so let us tell you what we have been up to.
Hip Hop Humanism has
Nitro Nix has been making music for over 13 years, almost half of his life. With inspirations like Jada kiss and LL Cool J., he hopes to stay true to the Hip Hop roots and use his craft to promote positivity through story-telling and inspirational m
We are always excited about the artist we get to feature. Each one is unique and powerful in their own way and the art they create, whatever type that is, they share it with the world and it brings people together and makes the world a better plac
Dan Lish, is the incredible artist that has extreme attention to detail, which makes his art unique as well as awing. The viewer of any of his pieces has the pleasure of viewing it from two different perspectives, up close and from afar. We had the
Dan Lish is one of those artists who art you have to zoom into, to capture the full experience of it. OF course it is a delight, from afar, but once you look closer you see all the details that were used to create the big picture. His diligence and
Poet Deep is one of our featured July Artist of the Week. Here is a quick question and answer with the talent, conscious Brother from Baltimore.
HHH: Tell us a little about yourself.
Poet Deep: I'm a artist on a mission to provide practical solutions
This Hip Hop duo, Joc Scholar and Centric are out of California. Their style is that welcomed familiar, but has a futuristic twist that makes them unique. Starting independently, they came together in 2013 to form their group. They decided then to
Poet Deep is a man that wears many hats. He is a poet, an artist, he is a father and he is a humanitarian. He is old school, and he is new school. He is the future. In Part One of our write up about Poet Deep, we learned much about what he is doi
Ogun Lumumba, also known as Poet Deep, is an up and coming Hip Hop artist out of Baltimore, Maryland. His name explains him perfectly. He is a poet, who has a deep consciousness of self, his people and his purpose. The way he expresses himself thr
July is here and we have some more incredible artist to present. What a pleasure! This journey of finding artist who are creating positive art for the masses has been wonderful. It never gets old or tiring. We hope to be able to continue spreadin
Shinobi Ninja are a Rap Rock group that has more flavor than the best pot of New Orleans Gumbo and has just as many ingredients. This group packs a punch that is unforgettable and contagious. If you don’t walk away from “the table of Shinobi Ninja”
Catching up with an artist can be some work. However it is worth it to be able to showcase positive people who are putting positive vibes back into our world. Here we have an interview with the 29 year old Memphis native Rahiim Muhammad.
Rahiim Muhammad is one of those inspirational stories that can give little boys from the inner city a feeling of hope to make it out. Originally from Memphis, Tennessee, he grew up rough and though he has not always been perfect, his experiences hav
It’s us again. Another month almost behind us, we look forward to June. Doing what we do, we are showcasing the talent of three more artists in the month of June. Since we began artist of the week it has been a pleasure and a privilege to meet so
So our first article on Eugene Hero talked about some of his canvas work as well as his on fabric artistry but Mr. Hero has definitely been at work with his craft and is doing even more currently. His current company is called the “Eugene Hero Art C
Eugene Hero is an American artist who is from Wilmington DE. This city is no stranger to crime and with the constant police activity, drugs and violence, a young man mind find himself stuck “in a rut” when it comes to choosing options for what to do
Getting to know people has been the best part of this so far. Let’s rephrase that…getting to know so many good people has been one of the best things that Artist of the Week has been for us at Hip Hop Human-ism. We also hope to build bridges with all
William “Nephibis” Young has always been different. During his youth he was often teased for being different and for being brave enough to stand up against the crowd. He often felt invisible and started writing poetry as a form of escape from the c
Martin Askem has been our radar for a few months. We first got a glimpse of his work on Twitter through a series of tweets. After further investigation, we were blown away with his artistry and his 400 item art collection dedicated to Hip Hop alone
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