To protect and defend Hip Hop culture
from all enemies foreign and domestic.
We see Hip Hop as a uniquely American national treasure that has become a force and platform for oppressed people worldwide to have a voice.
Uniting the youth, the less fortunate and diverse cultures worldwide, it has developed into the most powerful force for influencing culture that the world has ever seen.
Continually under the threats of "culture vultures" and
facing the same threats that all of humanity faces:
Nationalism vs Globalism
A.I. vs Human Independence
Collectivism vs Individualism
The question of:
"How Hip Hop will survive
the next 1,000 years
has become a legitimate question."
Brian Wentzel - CEO
was originally created as an
Hip Hop was an artform for less fortunate people to express themselves, and quickly became embraced and developed by thought leaders and spiritual teachers within the African-American community.
In time it would become weaponized against the very people who created it.
Today, after more than 40 years of development it has become a combination of both. It is now both a weapon and a tool. It is up to us to make with it what we will .