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Legend and Hip Hop Icon Chuck D discusses new book [Exclusive Interview]

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Legend and Hip Hop Icon Chuck D discusses new book [Interview]
“This Day In Rap And Hip-Hop History”
Interviewed and written by Aaron Robinson (Editor)


It has been more than forty years ago since Hip Hop was created, and yet today continues to evolve. Hip Hop lovers and those who know or want to learn about its history can read about it in one of the most influential lyricists of our time, Chuck D, new book “This Day In Rap and Hip-Hop History.“

Iconic rapper, Chuck D, is the leader of the ground-breaking Hip Hop group Public Enemy, who was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2013. Chuck D helped pave the way for political, social, and culturally conscious Hip Hop. Also, when it comes to the genre, albums such as, It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back and Fear of a Black Planet are some of the most critically acclaimed works from the group.

I had the honor to interview the teacher himself, Chuck D, who recently released his new book “This Day In Rap and Hip-Hop History.…

Chris Jericho Is EVERYWHERE! Can the WWE Legend Become an Industry?

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Chris Jericho Is EVERYWHERE! Can the WWE Legend Become an Industry?
By Allison Kugel

Listed by Sports Illustrated as one of the greatest wrestlers in WWE history, few wrestlers, or entertainers for that matter, have done more to brand their name than Chris Jericho. From the eponymous List of Jericho, a bit he made famous on the WWE stage, to his rock n’ roll persona which has become part of his identity from the wrestling ring to his heavy metal rock band, Fozzy, “Jericho” is synonymous with an over-the-top drive that knows no bounds, and some say, an ego to match. We discuss the motivation behind his unrelenting self-promotion, and work ethic, throughout our talk. Talk is Jericho is his popular Westwood One podcast show; But I’m Chris Jericho, a streaming comedy series, is going into its second season (CBC Canada); and a collaboration with Hot Topic clothing stores on a T-shirt featuring his likeness and emblazoned with “Jerichoholic,” ensureshis name and image are everywhere these days…