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Noname Discusses Social Activism Through Hip-Hop

Noname Discusses Social Activism Through Hip-Hop


Noname, a 28-year-old rapper and activist from Chicago, participated in a discussion moderated by Zandria Robinson, an associate professor of African American studies, on Jan. 15 in Copley Formal Lounge.  Hosted by the Georgetown University Lecture Fund, “Existing in Multitudes: Noname” provided students with a personal and poignant experience to reflect on race, gender, and inequality…

Critical Voices: EARTHGANG, <i>Mirrorland</i>

Critical Voices: EARTHGANG, Mirrorland


As Revenge of the Dreamers III topped the Billboard charts over this past summer, Dreamville producers and rappers, EARTHGANG, took their talent back to the studio. On September 6th, EARTHGANG released their third studio album, Mirrorland (2019), effectively asserting themselves as one of the most talented new groups in Atlanta, Georgia. Originally gaining notoriety from…

Critical Voices: Noname, <i>Room 25</i>

Critical Voices: Noname, Room 25


After a summer of Cardi-B and Nicki Minaj, Noname has returned to reinstate herself as the queen of honesty and Hip-Hop.  Early on Sept. 14, Noname released her highly anticipated second studio album, Room 25. After over two years since the release of Telefone, we are blessed with a self-reflective and mature project that refines…

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