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Malcom X. Bowser

Twitter: @Top_Xth

Instagram: @Top_Xth

Malcom X. Bowser is a writer, curator, and founder of Urban X. He is the Executive Producer for the WATE Podcast. As a Bronx native, Malcom navigated his urban experience by being both book and street smart. He earned his B. A. in History from SUNY College at Old Westbury in 2015. He’s been a contributing writer for the New York Trend, SUNY Old Westbury’s The Catalyst, and Tremr.com. Through his writing, Malcom explores many topics he’s passionate about such as Black History, Music, Politics, and Sports. He’s an avid reader, Unapologetically Black, “Woke,” but still loves naps. 

 

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The Black Dot

Twitter: @TheBlackDot_

Instagram: @TheBlackDot1

Website: idecodeit.com

The Black Dot is a writer, author, lecturer, and emcee. The Black Dot began his career as a columnist for the underground Hip Hop newspaper called, “4 Korners.”  His knowledge and wisdom of the metaphysical aspects of the culture provided great insight into the potential of Hip Hop’s future beyond the physical components of the art form. The Black Dot is the author of the underground, cult classic book, “Hip Hop Decoded," and his newest edition "Urban Culture Decoded." He is also an international lecturer who has taught about the culture of Hip Hop in Germany, London, Bermuda, Toronto, as well as HBCUs like Spellman and Howard. He also lectures at schools, bookstores, and street corners.

As an emcee, The Black Dot released his first album in 1988 under the infamous B-Boy records label as a part of a group called, “Tall, Dark, and Handsome.”  In 1994, he then went on to start his own label and released his second album called, “A&R Killer, Da Hip Hop Play” as a part of a group called, “The Lethahedz” which uncovered many of the injustices that are still relevant in the music industry today.

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Adika Butler

Twitter: @AdikaButler

Instagram: @MrmGmGrand

Website: thirdeyemax.net

Adika Butler is an award-winning writer who has demonstrated his commitment to community development by providing a journalistic platform for young writers to gain valuable experience in the field. As a volunteer, he has promoted literacy while helping young print journalists to cultivate their writing skills for well over a decade.

Adika is a visionary, artist, philosopher, businessman, and student of the spiritual sciences. As a Matthew Henson of the mind, his mission is to go where few men have gone before. His invaluable insights in the realms of brand development, social media marketing, graphic design, and literary editing have made him an increasingly sought after collaborator for industrious visionaries across the globe via his Sibyl Creative Consulting service. Adika shares his social commentary and philosophical views on his blog ThirdEyeMax.net, which is under his Mind Glow Media imprint.

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Jordan Jones

Twitter: @Jorrdan_writes

Instagram: @Jorrdan_writes

Website: https://medium.com/@jayyjones90

 

Hello, I am Jordan Jones, a 17 year old I’m from Mississippi, I love writing and bringing value to people. Writing is how I inspire and motivate. I believe that each individual has something within him or her whether it is knowledge, experience or a skill. It could be kindness—that someone else can benefit from. That person could be in their community or at the opposite side of the globe. In order to broaden my impact I have decided to create an Medium page  (where you can follow me at :Jordan Jones)  to promote my writings. I also publish daily diverse content to engage with my audience. Regarding the writings I have created a Medium profile which I also use as a platform to showcase my work, I have been publishing since November 2017 and since then my Instagram and my Medium accounts have significantly grown. If you allow me, I would like you to check out what I’ve been doing so far, it would mean a lot to me.