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Hip-Hop MVPs of the decade: 2018 and 2019

Hip-Hop MVPs of the decade: 2018 and 2019

Jonathan Kermah, Co-editor in Chief

December 31, 2019

J. Cole and the expansion of hip-hop to close the decade.

Hip-Hop MVPs of the decade: 2014 and 2015

Hip-Hop MVPs of the decade: 2014 and 2015

Jonathan Kermah, Co-editor in Chief

December 20, 2019

Today's article highlights Future and Earl Sweatshirt's contributions to this decade in hip-hop.

TransAtlantic Soccer Podcast: Manchester City and Jose Mourinho

TransAtlantic Soccer Podcast: Manchester City and Jose Mourinho

Jacob Robson, Joshua Crespo, and Alejandro Winsor

December 12, 2019

Tune in to hear the boys go over the title races in Europe.

Hip-Hop MVPs of the decade: 2012 and 2013

Hip-Hop MVPs of the decade: 2012 and 2013

Jonathan Kermah, Co-editor in Chief

December 7, 2019

2012 and 2013 set in stone a new hip-hop hierarchy and laid the groundwork for the new sounds of hip-hop to come. While Kanye West didn’t show signs of slowing down, it was clear that the crown sat at the top between Drake and Kendrick who stared at each other from the castles they built just three years into the decade.

Hip-Hop MVPs of the decade: 2010 and 2011

Hip-Hop MVPs of the decade: 2010 and 2011

Jonathan Kermah, Co-editor in Chief

December 4, 2019

For the next few weeks, Amherst Wire entertainment is bringing the best of the decade right to you. To do my part in contributing to our end of the decade content, I will be highlighting some of the most important moments from rappers in the decade.

Penny For Your Thoughts: Mental health, Victorious and billionaires

Penny For Your Thoughts: Mental health, Victorious and billionaires

Deirdre Carberry and Elena Babson

November 20, 2019

Tune in to hear Deirdre and Elena's takes on billionaires and why they shouldn't exist.

A cure for cancel culture: content-moderation juries

A cure for cancel culture: content-moderation juries

Vincent Rossi, Writer

November 15, 2019

Big tech needs to ensure transparency for its social media users. Why not let them enforce the rules?

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