Rhymes & Reasons Interviews Sage Morgan-Hubbard About the Hip Hop Songs that Changed Her Life
A few months back, R&R debuted on BYP with our interview with Speech of Arrested Development. This week, we present Sage Morgan-Hubbard, Academic Outreach Coordinator in the School of Fine Arts at Columbia College.
As the curious child in a family of activists, A.D.’s “People Everyday”–and the iconic video–had quite an impact on Sage back in the day. She also remembers P.E.’s “Fight the Power” and Queen Latifah’s “U.N.I.T.Y.”
Check out the interview below:
About Rhymes & Reasons:
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.
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