The Godcast interviews Mysonne, can your friends hang with your other friends ?

Yanadameen Godcast season 2, episode #009

With the return of Rah Digga to the show, the Godcast welcomes Bronx rapper/activist, Mysonne the General to sit down & discuss his formative years. During the interview, Mysonne reveals his parents were victims of the crack epidemic, & after the passing of his father from an overdose, Mysonne tells us how he’d have to confront drug dealers in order to help his mother get clean.

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Last Show Of 2018

Rounding out 2018 the first year of the Yanadameen Godcast, the panel welcomes Detroit’s own Champtown who has released a documentary titled “The Untold Story of Detroit Hip Hop”.

The cast look back on some of the events of 2018, discuss what music releases of this year they still play, and debate whether political correctness is eroding freedom? Continue reading

“Why Was Black Generation X Fatherless?: A Brief Statement On Why Many Black Men “Left” the Family In The 1970s” by T. Hasan Johnson, Ph.D. – Black Masculinism and New Black Masculinities

Great read….If I had not met my wife, I most def would have retired from dating, which I kind of did in a lot of ways….. divide and conquer is working…

I have known pissed off Black men all my life. The permanent scowl I saw them wear taught me much, but it wasn’t until young adulthood that I found out the plethora of reasons why they—no, WE—wore it. In a short period of time between the 1960s and 1970s, the following policies became ensconced in law, dramatically changing reality for Black males nationally. Continue reading