In 1992, I was very busy working on a career and Hip Hop was not on my radar, and consequently, I didn’t listen to a Tupac Shakur. I had no idea who Tupac was. It’s only within the past two years that I’ve followed the “Listen to it!” recommendations from many many, young and old—from those who have heard me rant and rave against Hip Hop in general. Tupac Talks Donald Trump & Greed in America in 1992 interview, 25 years ago, is relevant in 2017. His message is one that we all need to listen to and without hesitation react to.
This week’s edition of The Charleston Chronicle has a message Black History and Today’s Black Business that dovetails with Tupac’s message. I hope you will take the time to digest both.