Impostors and fake songs are sneaking onto music streaming services, making thieves tens of thousands of dollars. But how to weed out the fakes and make the system work better?
Street Soldiers’ Lisa Evers sat down with multi-platinum music producer Amadeus, assistant managing editor for Laptop Magazine Sherri Smith and Def Jam recording artist Bamby H20 for a discussion.
The explosive testimony of Daniel Hernandez, known as Tekashi69 made international headlines and sent shockwaves through hip hop culture.
Street Soldiers’ Lisa Evers speaks with AllHipHop.com CEO Chuck Creekmur, Hot 97 FM music executive TT Torrez, and criminal defense & civil rights attorney Phillip Hamilton about Tekashi69’s criminal case and his musical future.
It’s Suicide Prevention Month, a tough time for those who have lost loved ones. But there is hope, and information out there to help save lives.
Street Soldiers’ Lisa Evers sat down with Everett McCain, a retired Port Authority Police Department Sergeant whose daughter took her life; Dr. Norman Fried, a clinical psychologist and trauma specialist at Columbia University; and Dr. Elisa English, a clinical therapist, to discuss.
It’s a multi-billion dollar industry, beloved by teens and young adults. Now e-cigarettes and vaping are being blamed for serious health problems. Is the danger over-hyped or are the health risks real?
Street Solders’ Lisa Evers spoke with Shawn Prez, CEO of Powermoves, Inc., Fred Pescatore, M.D., a best-selling author and natural physician, and Plemmie Lawson, a personal fitness & nutrition expert.
Music categories aren’t what they used to be and artists are mixing it up like they never have before. But are songs like “Old Town Road” and “2Am” part of a creative revolution? Or simply category confusion?
Lisa Evers speaks with multi-platinum music producer Amadeus, Hot 97 Music executive TT Torrez and Roc Naiton hip-hop artist Casanova 2x to discuss.
Crime is down in New York City but shootings in urban communities are up.
Street Soldiers’ Lisa Evers sits down with hip hop artist and anti-gun activist 2Bad, co-founder of Stop Shootin’, Inc. Al-Tarik Onque and former NYPD Lieutenant Darin Porcher, Ph.D. to discuss.
Women in hip-hop are writing their own rules and changing the rules in a way they never have before. So what’s the key to their success?
Lisa Evers sat down with R&B singer Jessie Woo, hip-hop journalist Rob Markman and Grammy-nominated rapper Rapsody for a discussion.
The death of Eric Garner in 2014 has led to protests and reforms within the New York City Police Department, but what’s really changed since then and has Garner’s family truly gotten justice?
Lisa Evers sits down with Civil Rights and Criminal Defense Attorney Phillip Hamilton, Eric Garner’s daughter Emerald Garner and former NYPD Lieutenant and Criminal Justice Professor Darrin Porcher to discuss.
Many people had hoped the tragic murder of Nipsey Hussle would be a wakeup call to put down the guns but instead, the opposite has happened. Shooting incidents in both New York and Los Angeles are up. So what’s really going on?
Community activist Shanduke McPhatter has been working with young people for nearly a decade to stop the kind of gun violence that took the life of his brother, Ronald McPhatter, in the Irving Plaza shooting in 2016. He believes the popularity of guns and gun violence in both hip hop and Hollywood play a role, especially with teens who are increasingly the ones pulling the trigger.
Reality TV star Maggie Carrie was wounded in the Irving Plaza shooting and now has a metal rod in her leg. She considers herself lucky to be alive and is working to uplift the often forgotten female shooting survivors. She wants people to know the pain, even for shooting survivors, can last a lifetime.
LISA EVERS, Host and Executive Producer, Street Soldiers