Maybach Magazine is an urban lifestyle magazine dedicated to informing, entertaining, educating and inspiring progressive African–Americans.
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Adrian Younge was originally a hip-hop producer who grew tired of the limitations of sampling with his MPC to get the right sounds for his music, so he decided to learn how to play real instruments and make his own compositions.
WHEN GAYNESS WASN’T SO COOL
I remember when a (straight) hip-hop nigga couldn’t cosign any form of gayness. For doing so was a death-wish to one’s rap career. Now, every rapper and his mama be on Vladtv.
LOVE & HIP HOP?
It’s not easy to peer into the eyes of someone who reminds you of your faults, the things you try desperately to hide. I think about this often when I listen to women go in on these reality TV stars. The cast from Atlanta’s Love and Hip Hop is a popular target of the reality TV peanut gallery, those who bemoan the behavior, yet tune in religiously to watch them.
FEELINGS DON’T CHANGE FACTS
Hope is not an action. Hope is a feeling, and so we hope for the best. We can’t hope something into existence. We buy a lottery ticket because we hope we’ll win. We understand that there’s no guarantee.
NOT OUR GUNS WE NEED THEM
How important are your guns? For every upstanding citizen who keeps a gun locked away and only takes it out for protection, there’s another person who uses a gun to play God.
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