J. Cole on Being Biracial: “I Represent Both Sides”

In part one of our viral interview with J. Cole, the rapper went deep about racial profiling, homophobia and colorism in hip hop and America. Plus, he talked Splinter Cell: Blacklist, which is in stores now. In part two, the North Carolina native sounded off on touring, Jay Z, fame, his biracial identity and more.

 

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July Flashback: A (Japanese/Japanese-Italian) [American/Japanese]

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Known as: Japanese R&B singer and rapper

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July Flashback: Mike Shinoda (Japanese/White) [American]

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Known as: Musician, record producer, artist, singer-songwriter, and rapper (Co-founder of the rock band “Linkin Park”; also known as his hip-hop alter ego “Fort Minor”)

Music Videos (Linkin Park): New Divide, What I’ve Done, Numb, In The End

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Bizzy Bone (Italian, Native American, African-American) [American]

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Known as: Rapper (Member of rap group “Bone Thugs-n-Harmony”)

Music Videos: Tha Crossroads, 1st of tha Month, Look Into My Eyes, I Tried

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Mixed People Monday – Kid Cudi

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Rapper Kid Cudi, whose real name is Scott Ramon Seguro Mescudi, has a Mexican father and an African-American mother.

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Charli Baltimore (German/African-American) [American]

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Known as: Grammy nominated Rapper & Songwriter

Music Videos: Money, Feel It, Stand Up
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