When Amy (GM) told me that her mission was to return the magazine to it’s rightful place as “The Bible of Hip-Hop Music, Culture, & Politics,” I thought, well, “that’s way easier said than done,” but if you know Amy then you also know her focus, drive, and passion for executing is damn near unmatched.
I’ve been steady following (purchasing – mind you) the book since she’s taken on her new role and each issue has been impressive. Each one brings a good balance, content wise, for Hip-Hop’s younger and older generation and is this issue follows suit. From features such as the piece on Lyor Cohen and Ghostface, to the breakdown on Lil Wayne’s “Young Money” imprint, a mini feature on DC’s Wale, to even a 2 parter on underground (depending on who you talk to) MC Immortal Technique’s burgeoning orphange in Afghanistan – there’s entertainment and education.
If you’re sleeping wake up because The Source is back…
Posted on September 28, 2009, in Uncategorized and tagged ghostface, immortal technique, lil wayne, lyor cohen, pitbull, the classics hip hop art show, the sourece, wale. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.