The Vermont Cynic

How LGBTQ musicians are shaping hip-hop’s future

How LGBTQ musicians are shaping hip-hop's future

Connor Adams, Staff Writer

December 12, 2019

In a genre defined by toxic masculinity, the LGBTQ community is leading hip-hop into the future. Today, queer artists are arguably some of the genre’s strongest voices.  Queer hip-hop didn’t pop out of thin air when artists like Frank Ocean and Kevin Abstract came onto the scene. LGBTQ  hip-hop has be...

Katz Of Da Kulture – Mount Rushmore

Katz Of Da Kulture - Mount Rushmore

Nick Lawrence, Yaw Ajarko, and Mansa Campaz, Multimedia Reporters

November 7, 2018

Which artists are in your list of top 4 artists? AKA, who is in your Mt Rushmore? Podcasters Nick Lawrence, Yaw Ajarko, and Mansa Campaz discuss in their new podcast!

Wu-Tang Clan’s storied saga survives on new album

Wu-Tang Clan’s new album, “The Saga Continues.” This is the Staten Island-based rap group’s seventh album, the first in three years.

Dhalia Maleh

October 25, 2017

It's time for mumble rappers like Lil Uzi Vert and Lil Yachty to move over because Wu-Tang Clan is back. “Wu-Tang: The Saga Continues” is an album here to remind everyone who truly runs the rap game. Wu-Tang Clan, a rap group made up of MCs and DJs, began in the early ‘90s. RZA, the group's...

Hip-hop boy band takes personal approach to new album

September 17, 2017

America has never been more ready for a new boyband, and BROCKHAMPTON is ready to fill that void in all our hearts. The 15-member ensemble changes the standards for what a rap group should be in 2017. Only 45 days after dropping their first album, “Saturation I,” they blessed their fans with...

Zombies infect hip-hop

Jon Zinter

December 9, 2014

Mosh pits, stage dives and hip-hop; the sold out Beast Coast show was one for the books. Meechy Darko, Zombie Juice and Erick Arc Elliot of the Brooklyn hip-hop trio, Flatbush Zombies, returned to Higher Ground Nov. 30. This time they brought their Beast Coast counterparts the Underachievers with ...

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