Justin Tinsley is a culture and sports writer for The Undefeated. He firmly believes “Cash Money Records takin’ ova for da ’99 and da 2000” is the single-most impactful statement of his generation.
A comedian renowned for his honesty talked about lying, drug use and abusing the women in his life
Buffeted by Nipsey Hussle’s death, he still had a No. 1 song and album in a year shortened by the pandemic
The comic took on Donald Trump, the coronavirus and racism in a powerful monologue
Biggie’s first album dropped the same day as the notorious Crime Bill
The emotions we carry with us in the voting booth have always been in the music
The four-track EP combines legendary covers and original music, from newcomer Keedron Bryant to rap star Rapsody
Amid a pandemic of disease and Black death, basketball didn’t have to return. So how do we judge this year’s championship?
How a Faith Evans hook nearly a quarter-century old became my soundtrack for an unprecedented year
As Black men, we cannot continue to inflict this pain on the women who look like us
The former football star is one of many alumni to sue the school for physician’s alleged sexual assaults
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