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Rap Life at Howard

Impacting the Black community through the power of music.

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Rap Life, Apple Music’s industry leading hip-hop playlist, featured a livestreamed event set against the backdrop of Howard’s campus last Fall aimed at extending the discussion around issues impacting the Black community through open dialogue, important conversations and the power of music.

The event featured intimate conversations and bespoke performances from rappers and social justice advocates Lil Baby, Nas, Rapsody and Wale.

It also featured sit-down interviews with students, including student association president Rachel Howell, Miss Howard University Taylor Davis, and president of the 10for10 organization Peter Lubembela, who spoke about their leadership in educating, uniting and uplifting their communities.

This story appears in the Spring 2021 issue.

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