The Hip Hop Posse Cut song has existed in the culture since its
inception. From the 1970s — the Sugar Hill Gang’s Rapper’s Delight being rap’s first mainstream introduction to any Lil Jon & the Eastside Boyz club
anthem in the early 2000s — the Posse Cut can be a show of mic skills or a
braggadocios celebration. So, to give this craftsmanship its respect,
here are 15 Best Hip Hop Posse Cuts that can be appreciated and
argued over.

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We talk about them at work, choose teams on Black Twitter, and post our favorite throwback scenes as enjoyable Black history lessons. These classic gems were beyond great television; they moved our souls and impacted our hearts, making them For the Culture.

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Club music is more than just heavy base beat-driven songs with easy sing-a-along hooks. They are the energy that gets us going and provides the soundtrack for some of our favorite moments. So, here’s a list of club-banger classics that live rent-free in the culture.

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Since it’s the season to be scary, let’s put an orange light on horror films with the best representation of Blackness on-screen. So here’s the breakdown of what qualifies as a Black horror film:

A) A Black director with a Black lead
B) A Black lead
C) An all-Black or majority-Black cast.

Now that we got that settled, let’s get into the list:

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J Hall is a Detroit bred Howard Bison multimedia culture critic. An abstract thinker who believes “You ain’t wrong when you’re right,” and that his mother’s cupcakes are legendary. Check out his slight worldwide view here: https://linktr.ee/jhall

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J Hall

A 313 bred HU Bison multimedia culture critic. An abstract thinker who believes “You ain’t wrong when you’re right” and that his mom’s cupcakes are legendary.