Henry Goldman is a writer, musician and cultural critic living in Los Angeles. For the past five years, his primary area of interest has been the political aspect of hip-hop culture which he has written about for Music Plus Magazine. As a rap artist, Henry has performed and recorded with a variety of different groups, including LA-based hip-hop fusion act The Downz and Oregon-based instrumentalist Dust-One. By experimenting with the aesthetic possibilities of the music at the same time he is exploring it’s cultural significance. Henry’s long standing goal has been to bring both intellectual reasoning to his music and artistic perceptiveness to his criticism.
One of hip-hop culture’s most influential pioneers, Afrika Bambaataa was the first to articulate an ideology for the emerging youth culture, using the music to illustrate hip-hop’s expansive potential as a global movement. As a DJ and recording artist, Bambaataa embraced every musical genre to … Read MoreAfrika Bambaataa (1957- )