Sinopse

I'm EbonyJanice of #TheFreePeopleProject. I am a Hip Hop Womanist. You can follow the hashtag #PreachEb on IG to learn more about how I literally am Rap Genius for Hip Hop Lyrics and Scripture. This podcast is about all things hip hop and religion/spirituality. I'll be here every 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month! www.hiphopwomanist.com || Email [email protected] to answer weekly Cypher question!

Episódios

  • Episode 21: Can Anything Good Come From Crenshaw? NipseyHussle Bible Pt 2

    Episode 21: Can Anything Good Come From Crenshaw? NipseyHussle Bible Pt 2

    18/04/2019 Duração: 16min

    On this Part 2 of "The Nipsey Hussle Bible" podcast episode I discuss the controversy of folk calling Nipsey Hussle "Jesus." You can support my work by subscribing to my patreon at patreon.com/ebonyjanice or giving in the following ways: paypal.me/ebonyjanice Cashapp: $EbonyJanice Venmo: @ebonyjanice paypal.me/blackgirlmixtape

  • Episode 20 The Nipsey Hussle Bible

    Episode 20 The Nipsey Hussle Bible

    08/04/2019 Duração: 25min

    Nipsey Hussle was forced into ancestry a week ago. I have been grieving this in an unexplainable way. However, the lyric in my spirit this week will explain why I decided to go ahead and record this episode. Long Live Nipsey Hussle. I hope we never go back to business as usual. - Subscribe to this podcast here (on Soundcloud) or on iTunes: Rap Theology w/EbonyJanice. - Subscribe to my patreon at patreon.com/EbonyJanice to continue supporting content like this. - Take a deep breath for Lauren London today.

  • Episode 19 Be Bless Be Best Be Blocked: A Womanist Self Care Manual

    Episode 19 Be Bless Be Best Be Blocked: A Womanist Self Care Manual

    18/03/2019 Duração: 25min

    This episode is a 5 point guide for how to take care of your spirit and soul as taught to me by the life of my grandmother, a Womanist self care guru! Also, to continue supporting my work please subscribe to my podcasts, share with people that should be a part of this community, and like/comment everywhere this podcast exists. - You can also support my work in tangible ways by subscribing to my Patreon at Patreon.com/EbonyJanice or giving one time or ongoing donations at: PayPal.me/EbonyJanice Cashapp: $EbonyJanice Venmo: @ebonyjanice www.thefreepeopleproject.com (SHOP)

  • F*cK N!a: On Hip Hops Moral and Ethical Responsibility to Giving Back

    F*cK N!&&a: On Hip Hops Moral and Ethical Responsibility to Giving Back

    25/02/2019 Duração: 32min

    This is the Season 2 premiere of Rap Theology: Discussing Gucci, T.I., Floyd Mayweather - and the moral and ethical responsibility of hip hop to give back (or not). Make sure you subscribe on Soundcloud and iTunes. Please leave a review. Visit www.hiphopwomanist.com to learn more about the work I do around #HipHopWomanism. You can support my work by subscribing to my Patreon community at www.patreon.com/EbonyJanice || Or you can support my work by giving at Paypal.me/EbonyJanice Cashapp $EbonyJanice or Venmo: @ebonyjanice www.ebonyjanice.com

  • For Colored Girls Who Didnt Have To Consider Suicide Cause Ntozake Shange Gave Us Voice

    For Colored Girls Who Didn't Have To Consider Suicide Cause Ntozake Shange Gave Us Voice

    29/10/2018 Duração: 24min

    This weekend Ntozake Shange transitioned into the eternal and praise God we get to experience her overflow in the eternal as spirit! You can support my work by donating to my paypal at paypal.me/ebonyjanice or subscribing to my Patreon where I'm teaching a monthly course on many topics around racial justice, spiritual activism, and womanist praxis. www.patreon.com/ebonyjanice Also visit the updated website: www.hiphopwomanist.com Tell a friend.

  • Rap Theology Episode 16: Stop Feeding The White Women

    Rap Theology Episode 16: Stop Feeding The White Women

    13/10/2018 Duração: 38min

    This is my take on Black Twitter's discovery that Timothy Anne Burnside, a white woman, is in charge of the hip hop exhibit at the National Museum of African American History and Culture. - Distinguishing the difference between white women and women that happen to be white. - Discussing who your favorite white woman racial justice/social justice "ally" actually learned from. - Ways to support the people who created the culture over "feeding" white women doing the LEAST. You can support my work at: paypal.me/ebonyjanice patreon.com/ebonyjanice Learn more about me at www.hiphopwomanist.com

  • Rap Theology Episode 15 Destinys Child + Nicki Grow Up + Screaming As Self Care

    Rap Theology Episode 15 Destiny's Child + Nicki Grow Up + Screaming As Self Care

    13/09/2018 Duração: 23min

    On this episode of Rap Theology - I'm talking about the huge cultural impact of Writings on The Wall from a (fan) perspective but also from a hip hop womanist and black feminist perspective. Additionally, I'm discussing Nicki Minaj's inability to really "grow UP" in hip hop because of the historicity of hip hop's misogyny and sexism. You can support my work at paypal.me/ebonyjanice Learn more about me and Rap Theology at www.hiphopwomanist.com

  • Rap Theology Episode 14 Black Effect  Blackness As Religion

    Rap Theology Episode 14 Black Effect & Blackness As Religion

    28/08/2018 Duração: 24min

    This episode of Rap Theology I'm talking about Blackness As Religion - but I'm using Jay Z and Beyonce's "Black Effect" track from "Everything Is Love" to consider what blackness as religion would look like. Learn more about my Hip Hop Womanism work at www.hiphopwomanist.com You can support my work so that I can continue to share and teach in these ways by donating at paypal.me/ebonyjanice or by using the Contact form on my website to learn about other ways to learn in community with me.

  • Rap Theology Episode 13 Decolonizing Authority  Busta Rhymes is the Black Impossible

    Rap Theology Episode 13 Decolonizing Authority & Busta Rhymes is the Black Impossible

    08/08/2018 Duração: 33min

    This episode of Rap Theology is on the topic of "Decolonizing Authority" AND we talk about Busta Rhymes voice being the actual language of "The Black Impossible." The cypher question is "Who would you work for for free?" www.hiphopwomanist.com Search #PreachEb on Instagram, Twitter, Tumblr, Facebook to learn more about the work I'm doing to create more language around why it is ethical to consider hip hop in a conversation abt what is wisdom, sacred, and right. Follow @ebonyjanice on IG & Twitter Facebook.com/thefreepeopleproject www.ebonyjanice.com

  • Rap Theology Episode 12 Ancestral Healing  Andre 3000 Lyrics

    Rap Theology Episode 12 Ancestral Healing & Andre 3000 Lyrics

    19/07/2018 Duração: 31min

    On this episode of #RapTheology, I am talking about ancestral healing (healing the ancestors and the healing that happens for us when we initiate relationship with the ancestors). I'm breaking down the Christian Demonic Filter (TM) and I'm asking us to consider the power of just being able to say our elders and ancestors names. Also continuing with the lyric in my spirit - shoutout to Beyonce The answer to my cypher question - shoutout to Andre 3000 And the self care share - shoutout to your great Aunt Sylvia

  • Rap Theology Episode 11: Nicki Minaj Messiness  Serena Williams Vs Patriarchy

    Rap Theology Episode 11: Nicki Minaj Messiness & Serena Williams Vs Patriarchy

    06/07/2018 Duração: 32min

    Lyric In My Spirit is an ode to Lil Kim, Discussing Nicki Minaj Messiness, and the audacity of Patriarchy to challenge Mrs. Serena Williams PERIOD! Self Care Share is a subscription to my A Little Self Help "iLLionaire Monthly Membership" program. Visit www.alittleselfhelpcompany.com (choose the A Little Self Help option in the menu) and scroll to the bottom to get your monthly membership popping! --- Be sure to share this podcast with your friends. Follow on Soundcloud and LIKE/RATE on iTunes. soundcloud.com/raptheology || iTunes: Rap Theology w/EbonyJanice

  • Rap Theology Episode 10 - Beyonces Intellect, Does Sway Have the Answers, and XxxTentacion Lessons

    Rap Theology Episode 10 - Beyonce's Intellect, Does Sway Have the Answers, and XxxTentacion Lessons

    21/06/2018 Duração: 29min

    Y'all swear Beyonce is dumb - let's deal with this. I'm wondering if Kanye was right when he told Sway he didn't have the answers... and that's rough on me right now. And what is xxxtentacion's death and life teaching us based on how we are responding to his murder? Be sure to subscribe, leave a comment - leave a review on iTunes.

  • Rap Theology Episode 9 Keeping Up With Kanye West, Meeting BizMarkie,  Ghost Writing The Whip

    Rap Theology Episode 9 Keeping Up With Kanye West, Meeting BizMarkie, & Ghost Writing The Whip

    06/06/2018 Duração: 21min

    On this episode of Rap Theology with EbonyJanice - I'm talking about Kanye West - whether or not we're keeping him and whether or not we're keeping his music... bragging on meeting a hip hop legend, and ghostwriting as the cypher question that y'all gave feedback towards. Subscribe on soundcloud and iTunes and leave a rating on iTunes and a review.

  • Rap Theology Episode 8 Is Donald Glover Genius, Solange Is, and NickNames From The Culture

    Rap Theology Episode 8 Is Donald Glover Genius, Solange Is, and NickNames From The Culture

    16/05/2018 Duração: 22min

    n this episode of Rap Theology, I'm discussing whether or not Childish Gambino's "This Is America" makes him genius - the fact that Solange Knowles IS genius, and our cypher topic of the week is on names and nicknames. The Black Girl Mixtape podcast that I mentioned in this episode is HERE: https://soundcloud.com/black-girl-mixtape You can support Black Girl Mixtape HERE: gofundme.com/blackgirlmixtapetour Follow me @ebonyjanice on IG

  • Blame The Women, #IssaNo,  All The Toxic Black Mens

    Blame The Women, #IssaNo, & All The Toxic Black Mens

    01/05/2018 Duração: 17min

    On this episode of #RapTheology I am still spitting hot fire like Dylan with my "Verse that's in my spirit," talking about Nas, Kanye West, Bill Cosby, RKelly, and blaming all the women. Additionally - putting this weeks cypher on hold and Self Care share gonna bless you indeed!

  • Rap Theology Episode 6 Black Girl Hand Games, Womanist Squad Goals, and JuJu On that Beat

    Rap Theology Episode 6 Black Girl Hand Games, Womanist Squad Goals, and JuJu On that Beat

    11/04/2018 Duração: 22min

    In this episode of Rap Theology I am discussing Black Girl Hand Games, Womanist Squad Goals, and my self care share will help keep you from having to literally ring the alarm!

  • Rap Theology Episode 5: Black Girl Trillionaires, Rapping Vita Lyrics, and Brand Loyalty

    Rap Theology Episode 5: Black Girl Trillionaires, Rapping Vita Lyrics, and Brand Loyalty

    31/03/2018 Duração: 23min

    Episode 5 of Rap Theology is addressing the power of black women's dollars, the importance of valuing black women's voices and capacity to create culture - and the brands that we are loyal to.

  • Black Panther, Black Womens Beauty  Beyonces Top Off Verse

    Black Panther, Black Women's Beauty & Beyonce's Top Off Verse

    07/03/2018 Duração: 34min

    On this episode of Rap Theology - I apologize for the terrible audio quality of episode 3, talk about Black Panther, Black Women's Beauty, Lupita and Danai KILLING THE GAME, and Beyonce "rapping like a man" on Top Off with JayZ, Future, and Dj Khaled.

  • Rap Theology Episode 3 Kendrick Lamar  AfroFuturism, The Black Woman As God,  Cracker Christ

    Rap Theology Episode 3 Kendrick Lamar & AfroFuturism, The Black Woman As God, & Cracker Christ

    09/02/2018 Duração: 25min

    Episode 3 of the Rap Theology podcast is EbonyJanice breaking down the Afrofuturist elements in Kendrick Lamar's "All The Stars" video. Then talks about gendering God & White Jesus (or) Cracker Christ.

  • Episode 2 - Doing The Booty, The Bible, Cardi B  Ashy Feminism

    Episode 2 - Doing The Booty, The Bible, Cardi B & Ashy Feminism

    24/01/2018 Duração: 25min

    On Episode 2 of the podcast, Rap Theology, I'm talking about sex, sexuality, sensuality, the erotic, and the Bible. So I get into some Cardi B, some Lil Kim, some Beyonce, and the way womanism, particularly hip hop womanism wants to deal with black women being able to own their bodies. Like. Comment. Subscribe. Rate this podcast on iTunes.

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