For this episode, in observance of Black History Month, I talk with Maddison Thomas and Zeihkia Byrd from Hendrix’s SBC (Students for Black Culture) chapter. We discuss the social, political, and racial elements that are addressed in the music, and how this relates to other issues in black identity in the media, and black life in America.
|Artist||Song||Album||Record Label||DJ Comments|
|Childish Gambino||Outside||Camp||Watch this video from PBS Digital Studios for more context about the idea of "Radical Softness" that we talked about in relationship to this song: https://youtu.be/zuwb1OHUWZs|
|Kendrick Lamar||Black Panther||Black Panther: The Album|
|Run The Jewels||Early (feat. BOOTS)||RTJ2|
|Open Mike Eagle||My Auntie's Building||Brick Body Kids Still Daydream|
|Macklemore and Ryan Lewis||White Privilege II||This Unruly Mess I've Made|
|Kendrick Lamar||Alright||To Pimp a Butterfly|