VOX ATL sat down with The Txlips to discuss issues black women face in the music industry, utilizing music as a platform for social justice and change, and the radical nature of unapologetic blackness.
VOX ATL’s VOX Investigates team spoke with members of the HIGH Museum Teen Advisory Council about how art can help fight against discrimination. Hear what members Imani Andwele and Elsa Joiner had to say.
Is there a generational gap between teenage Lil Wayne listeners? In this episode of the VOXCAST, Mack, Jabari, Rachel, and Brooklyn talk about Lil Wayne and “Tha Carter V,” Kanye West and his upcoming album “Yandhi,” and the effect that both artist have on this generation of hip hop.
In a society in which blackness is criminalized and defined by stereotypes, Afropunk reminds the world that black people are more than FOX News headlines and mugshots, and black culture is as beautiful as it is nuanced.
Many say that the youth are shaping the future. However, a closer look at the youth-driven movements for change and social activism prove that they are changing the world today.
VOX ATL reporter Emma MacDonald attends immigration-themed art show and was lucky enough for many of the teens and professional artists present to be able to share their personal stories with her.
Overall, Afropunk’s 2018 festival lineup delivers on its promise of diversity and innovation, as well as sets an unprecedented standard for musical and creative excellence.
VOX ATL reporter and web editor Amariyah Callender caught up with Atlanta-raised recording artist Lyric Rachae to talk about her new music, being a young woman in the music industry and her journey since attending Berklee College of Music.
My art is not in a specific style of abstract or realism, I have no set style or medium because through my art I like to express a feeling, and all feelings look different when they are depicted on canvas, paper, or wood.
If you’re considering going to watch “Aladdin,” do it. If you thought this movie was good, the musical is “A Whole New World!”