Translating Message into Action: Marc 2ray Talks Music and Activism
The history of hip hop was paved primarily by a mix of innovative approaches to technology and politics that sprang from the experiences of Black urban communities. In a sense, it has always been a form of activism that calls out systemic inequities while also building upon elements of funk and R&B that came before it. And that’s what DMV-based rapper, Marc 2ray finds himself building upon as he pushes the boundaries of music’s ability to affect social change in his local community. “I really got into hip hop when I was kid” he says surrounded by a wall with an impressive array of LP’s, many of which belonged to his father.
Dracula Franchise Is Hooked on a Feeling with ‘Seoul City’
Recent Articles By Cynthia Gross https://youtu.be/I7vYyDMNJyc This reading of Alchemical Records content provides a multimedia experience for our audience while increasing the accessibility of our content to persons with hearing loss, low vision, dyslexia, physical or motor disabilities, or are on the autism spectrum. D.C.-based synth pop-soul artist Dracula Franchise joins forces with Megan “Meggalooch” […]