"A Different World" Cast Gifts HBCU With $100Ok Scholarship Cheque

A Different World is arguably one probably the most culturally impactful collection the eighties. The collection celebrated clever, younger and educated Black college students.

A bunch the present’s solid members together with Jasmine Guy, Kadeem Hardison, Darryl Bell, and Cree Summer lately visited Southwestern Christian College in Texas. Discussing the present’s affect and the distinctive experiences black individuals throughout the nation, Guy shared, “I cherished the range the solid. Usually, actors are the Black individual on a present as in there’s just one sort black individual] and it’s very onerous to characterize every part about Black individuals in a single individual. We had totally different courses, totally different colorings, totally different backgrounds, totally different aspirations and that’s one factor I cherished about A Different World. It confirmed the true spirit about what being Black is, and that it’s various inside itself.” Darryl Bell went on to touch upon the present’s success including, “No matter what subject was mentioned, it wasn’t a monolithic response; it was one thing that was at all times difficult and related, it was essential and we managed to be humorous whereas we did it! That’s why I believe it lasted so lengthy and stayed evergreen.”

While on the college, the solid shocked the viewers by presenting a $100,000 cheque to the varsity. The cheque will go in the direction of a scholarship fund and was a component Ford’s Ultimate Homecoming Takeover initiative, an effort launched with the intent to enhance applications examine at traditionally Black schools and universities present Black college students with alternatives to additional their training.

Lil Peep Fans Worldwide Hold Vigils On The Anniversary Of His Death

Lil Peep followers marked the anniversary his dying by holding vigils throughout the globe yesterday. The occasion was synchronized from its preliminary level scrimmage, a secret location in Los Angeles’ Warehouse district. Upon meeting, the Peep followers in attendance joined collectively in music, rapping to “Hellboy,” “Fuck Fame,” and the reworked model “Life Is Beautiful.”

After creating emotional resonance by way of music, the organizers then positioned the emphasis on a personally-curated playlist Lil Peep’s favourite music, a listing that included works from My Chemical Romance, NOFX, Speaker Knockerz, and the Red Hot Chili Peppers. While this was occurring, followers in New York had been planting commemorative artwork on freshly painted partitions, as they had been in Los Angeles.

The New York perform performed out equally, albeit with fewer attendees, outdoors Peep’s LA stronghold. On a separate notice, Lil Peep’s mom Liza Womack, Facetimed a member the LA crowd, who synched the telephone name to an enormous monitor for everybody to see.

If New York to Los Angeles would not cowl a broad sufficient spectrum, this Lil Peep erected in Vilnius, Lithuania actually demonstrates his Worldwide attraction. RIP Lil Peep, you may be missed.

Adam22 To Vic Mensa After XXXTentacion Diss: "Your Music Will Never Mean Anything"

Last evening, XXXTentacion was awarded on the American Music Awards, profitable “Favorite Soul/R&B Album.” His mom, Cleopatra Bernard, accepted the prize on his behalf, thanking his followers for voting so often. Bernard has been publically energetic since her son’s passing, working exhausting to maintain his reminiscence alive by establishing foundations in his title and persevering with the work that X was dedicated to within the months earlier than his homicide. A number of days in the past, XXX’s title was within the information as Vic Mensa reportedly dissed him throughout a BET Awards cypher. Many have spoken out in regards to the incident and the most recent is hip-hop commentator, interviewer, and podcaster, Adam22.

The No Jumper character took to Instagram to hurl his personal insults in the direction of Vic Mensa, reprimanding him for dissing the late artist. “I can not consider I simply received to say it yet another time,” he mentioned. “Vic Mensa, what the fuck is improper with you for insulting our boy in entrance his stunning mom? That is the craziest shit ever. You’re by no means gonna win an award. Your music won’t ever imply something to anyone on the extent that X’s did. You can by no means even get to 1% what he completed in his life, I simply wanna remind the world that you are a piece shit.”

Adam was shut with XXX, interviewing him a number of occasions for his podcast. Obviously, the host feels as strongly as most did in regards to the diss, believing it was inappropriate and uncalled for. Peep his full feedback beneath.

UK Drill Group 67 Pen Open Letter Against Police Censorship Of Their Music

On behalf his mates, Dimzy UK drill group 67 has penned a open letter against police oppression. Not only have artists in the UK been barred from producing material without being granted police permission, at least 30 drill music videos appearing on popular music aggregators have been systematically taken down. The scene which is characterized by circumstances similar to Chicago’s drill scene, its antecedent in every shape the word.

At the heart Dimzy’s message is how his gripping sense realism has provided his family with basic amenities his closest kin could barely afford before he made a name for himself in the scene. The impact family structure is something the Metropolitain Police Department have failed to grasp during their witch hunt. The real issue here is this idea provisional support in these West-London communities, or the lack there.

Dimzy writes:

The rest his letter can viewed at The Fader. 

Wifisfuneral Speaks On Tattoos & How The Internet Saved His Life

Wifisfuneral is letting fans into his mind lately. After coming through HNHH’s New York fices to cut it up for an episode How To Roll (available after the jump), he made his way to Fader for an interview. The artist dishes on a couple subjects relevant to his character, like tattoos, the internet and the musical impact he has on his generation. 

The Florida artists shared his general dislike for perfection, a preference that also translates to his aesthetic choices. He says, “I think I’m obsessed with imperfection. I don’t like things perfect.” He then connects the concept to tattoos: “I don’t think people have bad face tattoos.” He then refers to a couple ink job other rappers have to make his point, including Gucci Mane’s ice cream cone tattoo that is “legendary” in his opinion.

Wifi also dishes about his feelings towards the internet. He says the internet “saved” his life by fering all the resources he needs: 

Watch the full interview below.