Since launching over 9 years ago I Am Hip Hop Magazine has been at the forefront of preserving the Hip Hop culture through its thought-provoking articles on social awareness and by paying homage to those who have used their art to make a difference.
Issue 6 is blessed with a female presence, featured on the front cover is International Hip-Hop star Raja Kumari who speaks exclusively about her relationship with Hip Hop, being signed to Nas’ record label Mass Appeal and her being an Indian female in the industry.
Delayed due to the pandemic, Issue 6 features a variety of articles, many of which were inspired by the events of the past year. From visual arts, dance, rap, social issues, industry knowledgw and well-being, the magazine explores a variety of current topics.
Over the past year I am Hip-Hop magazine has been consistent with their online content, the website which accumulates over 2 million unique visits a year, is updated daily with new music, interviews, features and reviews. The platform also increased their digital activities throughout the lockdown with podcasts, virtual open mics, live online interviews and engaging musical content. With writers, presenters and contributors from all walks of life, the magazine takes pride in having a diverse voice that speaks to the wider community.
Also found in issue 6 is interviews with comedian/ rapper Asim C, also known as Chabuddy G, Anti-racism protestor and author Patrick Hutchinson, ROC nation signed rapper and producer Kay Young and the founder of Krump Theatre Duwane Taylor.
I am Hip-Hop magazine issue 6 is a dedicated to the lives lost in 2020, the lives of so many from the Hip-Hop community that were tragically taken. With a back cover that pays homage, and tribute articles, the latest print issue is a testament to the love and community spirit that lives on through Hip-Hop.
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