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.
From ‘Sweet Sweetback’ to ‘September,’ they built a soundtrack for the black experience
The Hall of Fame has enshrined mediocre talents and stone-cold racists. It can open its doors for the home run king.
Charismatic, defiant and independent, the U.S. women’s team is hip-hop
Winning cures a lot. But for Zion to be truly beloved, he has to embrace the city and its culture.
For the first time, we let the people decide
Like Madam C.J. Walker and John H. Johnson before him, Jay-Z’s rise to business mogul is testament to the power of the black dollar
Justin Tinsley is all for a Master P collaboration
The panel also asks if the NFL’s policy on marijuana use represents a lack of empathy for ‘black pain’
From trolling the Greek Freak to massaging Nick Nurse’s shoulders, Drake has made himself part of the Eastern Conference finals
And what’s up with Nike’s maternity leave policy