Steve Stoute (@stevestoute) was a guest on HOT 97’s The Angie Martiez to chat about his VH1 special The Tanning Of America: One Nation Under Hip-Hop which is inspired by his book of the same name which analyzes our culture being integrated and impacting mainstream/corporate America. In this segment he also speaks on the top…
LL Cool J (@llcoolj) made an appearance on The Arsenio Hall to share stories and do an impromptu performance. LL Cool J did a rendition of “I Need Love” while seated with Arsenio aside from discussing encounters with Michael Jackson and Kanye West. Watch below.
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Here’s part 1 of Steve Stoute’s “The Tanning Of America: One Nation Under Hip-Hop” special which aired on VH1. This is a spin off based on Stoute’s book (which you should purchase when you get a chance) that analyzes the influence of black culture in mainstream/corporate america. Watch below.