Author: Danny P Ocean

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Well just like that 7 short years later Maxwell has returned with the second disc of his trilogy blackSUMMERS’night. Last time we had a new set from Maxwell, Michael Jackson had just passed away, now he returns with SUMMERS’ a few months after we lost Prince. I’m not liking these coincidences. blackSUMMERS’night was supposed to […]

The past few days I have been sharing the message on social media for cats to “Count your blessings, not your problems!” As of late, my Facebook feed has been flooded with negative message after negative message. So much in fact that I think some people run to the phone to post about whatever negative […]

So now that the presidential candidates have been narrowed down to Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump the real fun begins. Over the last month or so once it became clear that Bernie Sanders would not get the Democratic nod from the delegates and the people they represent, his supporters huffed, puffed and proclaimed that they […]

  So last night DJ Khaled finally dropped the video to perhaps the most hyped up song since Michael Jackson returned with “I Just Can’t Stop Loving You”. For like the last 2 months if not longer all you heard was about how Jay-Z did a song with Future and it was the best thing […]

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2016 sucks in a major way thus far. Today I come to the realization that the GOAT of all goats has passed away. Today I mourn the loss of Muhammad Ali. Ali meant a lot to me. The first time I remember seeing him was on an episode of Diff’rent Strokes. Where Arnold had to […]

Fat Joe brought new life into B.I.G.’s “A Story To Tell”. According to myth the story was about a New York Knick, Fat Joe cleared up decades of rumor by clarifying that the Knick who was jacked was none other than Anthony Mason. These short film by Aristotle explores what the night may have looked […]

Danny P Ocean First off let me preface this by saying I love hip-hop and the culture that it gave me. I probably have been affected more by hip-hop than any other single culture. The culture of hip-hop introduced me to Malcolm X, jazz, and a multitude of books I may have never picked up. […]

“It is a peculiar sensation, this double-consciousness, this sense of always looking at one’s self through the eyes of others, of measuring one’s soul by the tape of a world that looks on in amused contempt and pity. One ever feels his two-ness, an American, a Negro; two souls, two thoughts, two unreconciled strivings; two […]

Did I ever tell you all about what I like to call The Barney Stinson Sweet Spot Theory? After years of writing articles,  I can’t recall everything I wrote and I said to myself… “Self… why don’t you tell the readers about your Barney Stinson Sweet Spot Theory? It will surely make for great water […]

  I would like to take a moment and thank you, Moguls, for all of your continued support. 2016 has started off fantastic and we are on the verge of having our most successful year ever. Our website visits are up, more and more people are listening/downloading our podcast, and our events have been a […]

Somewhere out of a pool of purple tears from a dove Beyonce emerged last night and proceeded to shut the internet down as only Beyonce can. While the masses were sitting back trying to get back on with life, Queen Bey was plotting how to take over the web once again. To help the world […]

So today I was sitting at a meeting learning some good things mind you when all of a sudden my text messages started blowing up. I didn’t pay much attention to them figuring it was Nike.com sending out their tweets. (You know I have to stay on top of releases.) But at the rate they […]

  A Tribe Called Quest meant a lot to me growing up. In fact, The Low End Theory was the first cd I ever purchased.  For me, ATCQ represented how one can evolve from rayon to throwbacks and still keep it hip hop. See in high school I was a Daisy Age wearing, left my […]

    Life is a funny experience that can expire any minute. Yesterday as I was coming home from the UML offices I saw one of my neighbors getting ready to pull off. I waved to him as I usually do not expect nothing much, but this time, he rolled down the window wanting to […]

Yeezy, Mr.West, Kanye to the… Whatever you call him,  you can’t call him boring. The Life of Pablo is here. This album is sonically light years ahead of any album per usual.  Dr. Dre would even marvel at the arrangement. If you’re expecting the boom bap, sample based ‘College Dropout ‘ vibe then you’ll be […]

Picture the scene. You at home trying to figure out what you want to wear to the party. You know that everyone will be there in their spiffiest digs, so you better come correct. As you look into the closet you realize it ain’t anything for you t throw on, so you decide to hit […]

For some reason when Kanye seems to be winning he ends up losing at the same damn time. Like Craig in Friday, Ye is the type of cat who gets fired on his day off. For the last few weeks all the talk surrounding Kanye was positive. He has a new album dropping on the […]

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So it looks like we are in the midst of Yeezy season once again. And from the noise on the internets it seems as if Ye is heating shit up this winter. Over the past 2 weeks Kanye has dropped two singles “Real Friends” and No More Parties in L.A.” Both of these tracks have […]

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