Author: A.J. Bussey

A King of Oneself. A Twenty Year Reign

Clifford Joseph Harris, better known as “T.I.”, has been on one of the most consistent run Hip-Hop has seen for twenty straight years. Both in and out of the booth. It’s funny that every time mainstream media seems to forget his status as Hip-Hop Royalty, “Tip” drops an album as a reminder. And each album […]

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The Case for the GOAT

Kareem, Kobe Bean, Michael Jordan and LeBron James. Some of the names that have been tossed up in the conversation of “Greatest of All Time”. Can we truly decide who the best ever is? Absolutely not. When we’re gone, there will be some kid who comes up in the game and will possess the type […]

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Welcome to AmeriKKKa

Imagine walking into a church, shooting up nine people and being taken to Burger King while in police custody. All because you said you were hungry. Now, imagine walking away from officers and having your shirt held as your shot seven times in the back. What’s the difference between Dylan Roof and Jacob Blake that […]

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CP3 for MVP…Consideration

As usual when I write about the Oklahoma City Thunder, I feel like I have to start out by saying this: I am a Lakers fan so this isn’t a biased opinion. Now that we got that out of the way, let me say something that I didn’t think I would be saying this season…Chris […]

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Perception Isn’t Reality: A Letter on Why We Scream Black Lives Matter

Hello? Is anyone there? Are you listening? There’s so much that needs to be said…but I want to make sure we’re heard. I figure it’s about time I use this platform I’ve been given for this specific reason. Years ago Dr. King said, “I’m tired of marching for something that should have been mine at […]

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Five Facts: The Kevin Durant Edition

Snake, coward, cupcake, soft…just a few of the more appropriate names that Kevin Durant has been called since the summer of 2016. In an unprecedented move, Durant left for a team that beat his Thunder in the playoffs and subsequently won two championships with two Finals MVP awards. This led to an outrage and mass […]

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Legacies Worth Honoring

In a twelve month span, we lost two monumental legends. When Nipsey Hussle was murdered in March of 2019, it changed the landscape of hip-hop and awards shows. Meek Mill released his single Letter to Nipsey, the BET Awards gave a segment to his memory, and more. Hussle’s phrase, “The Marathon Continues” was heavily adopted […]

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