AUTHOR: Malcolm Morrow
Malcolm Morrow is a native of Jackson, MS and a graduate of the University of Southern Mississippi. He has been working as a freelance journalist since 2013 when he earned the opportunity to be a blogger for Dr, Boyce Watkins’ Your Black World Network. During this time he developed his voice as a writer and began to have a serious interest in journalism. Using the skills and experience he gained during his time at YBW, he started his own blog called TheHoodHippie.com. It is a site dedicated to exploring the music, art, entrepreneurship and culture of the growing independent creative industry. His blog has afforded him many opportunities in his hometown and he has become a respected member of the journalism community. In addition to his blog, he writes music articles for the local alternative press and profiles on tech, art, and music for a local publication. He also writes scripts and variety of Youtube video types, assists with editing and re-writing screenplays, is developing a web series script, is working on two original comic scripts and is a contributor to TheGamer.com. Malcolm is always looking to expand his skill set as a writer and becoming involved in new creative projects to challenge his personal limitations as an artist.
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Curnis Upkins III (@thirdcup): This was such a fun interview. Whoever did the Zapp and Roger imitation nailed it (was that you Orlando?)! Oh, and I literally laughed out loud on the Underground Railroad comment about the "code" for Rapper's Delight. Finally, for the B.J. the Chicago Kid fan, he's supposed to be in Jackson in August for the R&B Fest.1 year ago
Have y'all heard of Ugly God before. Well if not millions of other people have. I assume most of the views come from kids and people who like his unor...
By Malcolm Morrow Amine' performs his earworm hit "Caroline" on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. You've heard this quirky track if you've been i...
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