"I was talking about things that I didn’t even know I wanted to be talking about. I didn’t even know this album was going to be coming out. I just knew I wanted to make it, and then see if I wanted to share it with the world."
Dorchester Art Project
INTERVIEW: TRACY HUERTA (‘FACE VALUE: ART, MAKEUP & IDENTITY’ PREVIEW)
"All anti-oppressive and liberating issues are important to me, but I concern myself mostly with black and brown liberation, queer and trans liberation, anticapitalist redistribution of resources, and global warming."
BILLY WOODS: ONE OF NY’S MOST CREATIVE HIP-HOP ARTISTS BREAKS DOWN HIS PROCESS AND INSPIRATION
"I definitely feel like there’s a thing that we were doing, and that I am continuing to do, and we’re fine in our own way. It was done alone, 100%."
QUEERS TO THE FRONT
REVIEW: THE LIGHT OF MIDNIGHT FUNK
Curtis Williams is Black, independent, and illustrating with a fiercely uninhibited nonconformist mentality.