Capital 6 Interview: White People in Hip-Hop

Journey magazine sat down with Capital 6 to discuss White people in Hip-hop culture, and what that means for Black artists in Hip-Hop. Here’s what they had to say:       Robert Drake/”Rob Otis” Ephriam Riggins/”Intricate” Donald –/”Donny Brasco” Andre Marteen/’Hakeem Furious” /”Omega Crimson”   Capital 6 Listen to them here! capital6.bandcamp.com Facebook: Capital 6 Upcoming […]

STRAIGHT OUTTA PATIENCE

Words by: Mark McGaugh Cover Photo Courtesy of Newsweek   Who would have guessed an 18-year-old poet named Ice Cube would coin a phrase that would transcend generations and express the attitude of a whole race? On August 9, 1988, the slogan “F*ck tha Police” ignited air waves as Cube and super-group N.W.A released their […]

Staff Confessionals Part I

To let you guys further meet us, and so that we have a platform to get real with you all, we have begun “Staff Confessionals,” beginning with the dead days for the 1st issue of Journey magazine in Fall of 2015. Hope you enjoy!   Visit more Staff Confessionals throughout the year here!

BEHIND THE JOURNEY: Dead Day

Dead Day: A day where staff members trap themselves in the office so they can have concentrated time to finish the magazine with everyone in one place…. Often leading to insanity.

Real Life Drumline

Words by: Keytron Hill Battle of the Bands: Florida A&M University v. Tennessee State University “Drumline” is the only word that could cross my mind as the Florida A&M Marching 100 and Tennessee State Marching Tigers battled it out, face to face, in FAMU’s Gaither Gym September 25, exactly one day before the two universities football […]

Campus Closet: AKPsi

Words by: Sean Sanders FAMU’s Alpha Kappa Psi Presents “Campus Closet”   On September 21, The Omega Xi chapter of Alpha Kappa Psi Business Fraternity Inc. began its fall interest week with business fashion in mind. Suits, cardigans and ties were all items that were showcased on the runway when AKPsi teamed up with the […]

Strange Fruit Song Cover

“Strange Fruit,” originally sung by Billie Holiday, was one of the most pivotal and revolutionary songs of her time. It was the epitome of an artists raw expression. Here’s a Florida A&M University student, Leondra Saintil, covering, and paying homage, to Billie Holiday, and our ancestry, so that we may never forget those who gave […]

Police Brutality: Interview with FAMU Police Chief

Journey’s Editor-in-Chief, TyLisa, sat down with Florida A&M University police chief, Terence M. Calloway, to discuss recent police brutality cases and the ways in which citizens can protect themselves. Chief Calloway had very interesting thoughts to share with Journey, enjoy!