Since the early days of Southern hip hop, one guy has lived, breathed, and ingested as much hip hop as anyone in Houston; DJ Baby Roo. Interviewing names like Eminem before he was a household name, dropping DJ sets at clubs that have been long gone, and buying enough hip hop albums and singles to make you think that he was an originator in the scene, Roo has definitely seen more in the Houston rap scene than anyone you probably know
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When Trump makes offensive statements about illegal immigrant rapists, thieves, and murders, a portion of the immigrant population, itself, will say — “Oh yeah, you mean THOSE immigrants; I’m one of the good ones.”
Nick Cooper’s interview with Houston City Councilmember C.O. Bradford continues.
Nick Cooper interviews Houston City Councilmember C.O. Bradford on Anti-Homeless laws.
Free Press Houston is an often-irreverent publication which has been known to push the limits of “good taste,” so you would expect us to be highly sympathetic toward a seemingly related publication, Charlie Hebdo.
By Nick Cooper Victims of Mischaracterizations? Take It Easy On Me! Not To Toot My Own Horn Or Anything…. Things Just Kinda Happen Sometimes! Let Me Clarify…
By Nick Cooper Today it was announced by the FCC that Rice University Radio will be back on the FM dial. The details include: the frequency will be 96.1FM, the broadcast power will be quite low — 41 Watts, and the height of the antenna will be 47 meters near Rice Stadium. Starting up as … Continued
By Nick Cooper “Why Haven’t Muslims Confronted Extremism?” Muslims in the U.S. and European media are given the chance to speak up on one topic: ‘Do you support this latest attack by some Muslim/s?’ Imagine if Jews only got on tv to answer: ‘Do you support this latest attack by Israel / Israeli settlers?’ Even more … Continued
We started a new, sort of “Best of” tradition this year with the Sammy’s Awards, but we don’t want you thinking FPH went soft.
By Nick Cooper On December 24th, activists, community members, and End Mass Incarceration Houston returned to Harris County Jail to give gifts to children who have no choice but to go there to visit their loved ones at Christmas time. After a miserable experience trying to say hello to an incarcerated parent, kids were welcomed … Continued