On this episode we spoke with battle rapper, Sir Locksley and our Hip-Hop Analyst, J-Walk about today’s battle rap culture. We discussed which artists are hot right now, what leagues to follow, politics surrounding battle rap, and battle rappers difficulty with producing music.
We also shared our thoughts on Tekashi 6ix9ine.
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During this episode, the U Panic’d crew discussed Pan-Africanism with our guest Vee, cultural anthropologist in Africana studies. Can Pan-Africanism unite Black people? Or is Pan-Africanism divisive? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
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