SNEAK PEEK to an article on the newest issue of Felon Magazine, in stores and newsstands and online in early February 2017! Every correctional institution has it’s fair share of stories and history. Usually deep rooted in corporatizing the freedoms of men, these places are the settings some of the most fascinating and horrific stories. […]
Since the civil rights movement of the 1960’s, America has steadily added more and more special weapons and tactics teams (SWAT) to it’s ever expanding network of oppressors. These teams are supposed to be authorized to use their special skills to save people, extract hostages, neutralize threats- however, it seems they are much more interested […]
Capital punishment has always been a topic of huge discussion, whether or not the death sentence counts as cruel and unusual seems to bring out the politician in people. Make sure you go into your next debate armed with the facts, check out this infographic about the death sentence in America: The Death Penalty in […]
What Would you have Done if you Didn’t Sell Drugs: I would have been a badass pirate no matter what! An outlaw. I did it for the entertainment of it all. I made a ton of money. I was making about $300,000 per month. Money was not a problem. The only problem we had was being able […]
When the long arm of the law reaches out, it does so with both hands open ready to take what’s yours, whether or not it’s involved in criminality. The two hands are criminal and civil forfeiture. With criminal forfeiture, once you are convicted, the law can take property from you if the property is used in […]
Composed of several acts including First Lady Dennie Diamondz, Benji Buckz, Black Diamonds, Interstate Fresh, Flee McVain, Top Notch and others, Grind Hard is a New York-based organization with aims of shifting the hip hop culture in 2016 and beyond. And although the crew was birthed in The Big Apple, Grind Hard CEO T. Money […]
Growing up in a predominantly female household, Kyah gained an early appreciation for R&B music. However, in and around school, she experienced and enjoyed the rap and hip-hop genre with friends and classmates. The athletically gifted young lady was a standout on the basketball court and it looked as though the WNBA might be in […]
He would listen to songs on the radio, and never actually learn any of the lyrics, but would focus more on the cadence of the instrumental. It wasn’t until he was 14 when he would decide to actually put the pen to the paper and start rapping. Coming up in Brooklyn, everyone had a passion […]
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