Rhymes and Reasons Interviews Eve Ewing About the Hip Hop Songs that Changed Her Life
Rhymes & Reasons presents eve ewing.
Eve is a soulful, social justice-oriented doctoral candidate at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. She gets personal with Rhymes & Reasons in our latest interview.
Originally from Chicago’s Logan Square, her three picks give a pretty good glimpse into her idiosyncratic world: A Tribe Called Quest’s “I Left My Wallet in El Segundo,” M.I.A.’s “Paper Planes,” and Serengeti’s “Day by Day.”
Listen to the interview below:
Rhymes & Reasons intro
Rhymes & Reasons talks to hip-hop heads the globe over about their lives through the lens of songs that matter to them. Conscious, gangster, underground, commercial, Midwest, Dirty South, and everything in between — everybody’s got a little story to tell. These in-depth interviews explore what the person finds meaningful in the music and how the music impacted their life, particularly the social issues that play a role in influencing who the person has become. Interviewing people from all walks of life, Rhymes & Reasons hopes to highlight the beauty in hip-hop as we come to understand the shared nature of our stories.