Rappers, listen up.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
Before Dee-1 was a rapper he was David Augustine, middle school math teacher.
Sensationalism and gossip are unbeatable parasites of headlines and attention grabbing.
Just maturing through life, experiencing and seeing different people, places and things has afforded me a valuable lesson.
In an ideal world, every child would have two parents, a safe neighborhood and trust fund to attend college without the burden of loans.
While the rest of the Crew was at A3C, I stayed in the N.
It seems like every day we get commenters clamoring for real Hip-Hop with a message in the face of the unending amounts of terrible, vapid shit we get spoon-fed on the regular.
Dee-1 celebrates his recent inclusion in the The Source's hallowed "Unsigned Hype" column by doing what he does best: continuing to rhyme his ass off.
There's a few quirky things that could be said about Dee-1's latest release, "Cornerback Blitz.
Dee-1’s honesty is always striking, no matter how many times I hear his music.
Dee-1's I Hope They Hear Me Vol. 2 is one of the most honest efforts I've heard in recent memory.
One artist that had a considerable amount of buzz before and definitely since SXSW has been the New Orleans MC Dee-1.
Writing about new artists can be frustrating at times.