April 11, 1992. I was a writer for a magazine called No Sellout: The Tip-Top-Hip-Hop-Raggamuffin-Black-Rock-Mag-Rag. It was the first time I used the Loupy D moniker in print. One day I was walking around Hollywood soliciting "donations" for the publications to make soem extra dollars. As I walked by the Pig and Whistle on …
Photography has always been my other love, even before writing came into the picture.
I'm here, trying to capture the healing energy of writing.
It's been used to define and separate people for millennia. But the concept of race is not grounded in genetics.
...people can bring vibes into your life that can cripple you like kryptonite on Superman!
It's sad that us humans have chosen to live in two worlds, as if one isn't hard enough with which to deal.
Twenty years ago, I was working for a magazine called Kronick, The Underground Chronicle. Everyone in L.A. - if they had any connection to the underground hip hop scene - knew about the Kronick. It got it's name from the official soundtrack of the West Coast dropped by Dr. Dre in '92, but the Kronick …