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[INTERVIEW] In Conversation w/ Lola Plaku :: PT. 4

[INTERVIEW] In Conversation w/ Lola Plaku :: PT. 4

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Share This: Bad Perm: It’s refreshing to see someone that isn’t complaining. I find people denounce the music a lot and they’re not even an artist so it’s like, could you even make a

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[INTERVIEW] In Conversation w/ Lola Plaku :: Pt. 3

[INTERVIEW] In Conversation w/ Lola Plaku :: Pt. 3

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Share This: Bad Perm: Who is your favourite artist to work with? Was there ever a time when an artist wasn’t manageable and you had to part ways? Lola Plaku: Yes. It happens everyday.

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[INTERVIEW] In Conversation w/ Lola Plaku :: Pt. 2

[INTERVIEW] In Conversation w/ Lola Plaku :: Pt. 2

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Share This: Bad Perm: What was your biggest obstacle in this industry? How did you overcome it and did it change you as a person? Lola Plaku: I still haven’t overcome it. The biggest

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[INTERVIEW] In Conversation w/ Lola Plaku :: Pt. 1

[INTERVIEW] In Conversation w/ Lola Plaku :: Pt. 1

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Share This: Trusting your gut instinct and having faith in your decisions is difficult. Enter the world of hip hop PR and marketing and that difficulty multiples by tenfold. But Lola Plaku, Founder of

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[INTERVIEW] In Conversation w/ Che Kothari :: Pt. 3

[INTERVIEW] In Conversation w/ Che Kothari :: Pt. 3

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Share This: BP: Moving on from art to hip hop, the ongoing conversation between Generations X, Y and Z, it’s been said that Millennials are destroying hip hop by moving it further and further

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[INTERVIEW] In Conversation w/ Che Kothari :: Pt. 2

[INTERVIEW] In Conversation w/ Che Kothari :: Pt. 2

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Share This: BP: The tagline for festival is “Art is Power” so how is art power? CK: So this year for the festival the theme was more about evolution, which is always something that

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[INTERVIEW] In Conversation w/ Che Kothari :: Pt. 1

[INTERVIEW] In Conversation w/ Che Kothari :: Pt. 1

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Share This: For two years now, I’ve attended the Manifesto Festival of Community & Culture in the fall with great enthusiasm. I always leave invigorated and inspired – a sensation that is often sustained

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[READ] In Conversation w/ Tika Simone :: Pt. 2

[READ] In Conversation w/ Tika Simone :: Pt. 2

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Share This: BP: I don’t know if you’ve heard a lot about the Wu-Tang reunion concert that happened… TS: Oh yeah absolutely! That was packed, right? BP: Yeah! Basically it facilitated this discussion on

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[READ] In Conversation w/ Tika Simone :: Pt. 1

[READ] In Conversation w/ Tika Simone :: Pt. 1

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Share This: The truth may set you free, but sometimes telling it, especially when you know it can potentially offend the recipient is hard. You know what else is sometimes hard? Making people laugh.

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[INTERVIEW] In Conversation w/ Priya Ramanujam :: Pt. 3

[INTERVIEW] In Conversation w/ Priya Ramanujam :: Pt. 3

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Share This: BP: There’s an ongoing debate between the older hip hop heads and the younger ones. I like to say that it’s Gen X, Gen Y and Z. The older ones will say

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