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CULTURE CLASSICS – Sade “Paradise”

#RunTheCulture Legendary soul singer Sade deserves all the flowers. And we have to honor her in this week’s #CultreClassics and shine a light on her classic song “Paradise”. Helen Folasade Adu aka Sade is the British Nigerian singer, songwriter and creator for The Culture famous for her distinctive voice and smooth and sultry delivery. Her debut…

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THE FEAT. – Basketball Time Machine YouTube

#RunTheCulture Basketball is intertwined with The Culture like no other sport as both have been heavily influenced the other. It has only been recently though that the ones creating commentary content on basketball have reflected that deep connection. And for today’s The Feat. we’re featuring the basketball YouTube channel Basketball Time Machine. As you may…

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CULTURE CLASSICS – School Daze

#RunTheCulture With graduation season upon us, today’s #CultureClassic shines a spotlight on one of the best films to ever capture the black college experience, the classic Spike Lee Joint, School Daze. School Daze is the 1998 comedy-drama (and musical) written and directed by legendary creator for The Culture Spike Lee. Lee used his personal experiences at Morehouse College in…

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MUSIC MONDAYS – Mahalia

#RunTheCulture Hailing from the United Kingdom, this week we go international for #MusicMonday and present the singer and actress Mahalia. At the age of 22, Mahalia is young in life but a veteran in the music biz. She was only 12 when she started playing guitar and singing at open mics in her hometown of…

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10 Amazingly Talented Black Voice Actors

#RunTheCulture Black voice actors are helping bring The Culture to world of animation. From black superheroes like Black Panther and the Green Lantern, to lthe Boondock’s Freeman bothers and video game’s own God of War, check out 10 amazingly talented black voice actors bringing your favorite characters to life. CREE SUMMER Cree became famous as…

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THE FEAT. – YardHype Blog

#RunTheCulture Reggae and dancehall culture is an intrigue part of The Culture. And today on The Feat, we are featuring Yard Hype, a blog that plugs you into everything reggae. Based straight out of Jamaica, YardHype is a Reggae/Dancehall music, all around Jamaican/Caribbean entertainment website looking to bring good quality content to it’s visitors from…

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CULTURE CLASSICS – 2Pac “Dear Mama”

#RunTheCulture It’s Mother’s Day! So it’s only right that this week’s #CultreClassic shows love to all the moms out there with hip-hop’s most classic ode to mom, “Dear Mama” by 2Pac. “Dear Mama” was released in 1995 as the lead single from Pac’s third album, Me Against the World. The song is of course is a…

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10 Amazing Black Artists

#RunTheCulture Black art is bold. Black art is beautiful. Black art matters. Check out our list of 10 amazing black artists creating for The Culture. ADDYE NIEVES Addye Nieves is an abstract and expressionist artist focused on images of the body. Completely self-taught, she integrates materials in her paintings such as fibers, plastics, beads, and silk…

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THE FEAT. – Netflix Strong Black Lead Podcast

#RunTheCulture Today on The Feat. we’re featuring the Netflix podcast Strong Black Lead. in 2019 Netflix launched their “Strong Black Lead” initiative showing the company’s commitment to diverse storytelling, something much needed in the TV and film industry. The podcast is part of that initiative and is the place you can learn about the stars…