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WATCH: Richitta Sends a Warning to Cheaters on ‘Quit Playin’

Gentlemen, heed this warning: the games you play will catch up with you.

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STNFXCE’s Debut EP, ‘STX//stns,’ Bravely Confronts Uncomfortable Emotions

Cover art: Alec Hudson

“Guess I fell on deaf ears— nobody hears me. Y’all see me cryin’
And y’all fear me, cuz when you ever seen a black man cry?
Unless he’s begging for his life, he can’t get teary eyed.”

-STNFXCE, “Solow”

STNFXCE (pronounced Stoneface) is a genre-melding contemporary soul artist from the South Side of Chicago. Despite his name and stoic-by-choice stage presence, his debut EP, STX//stns, is an exercise in vulnerability; one intended to challenge society’s stifling expectations of hypermasculinity among young black men.

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The Quinn’s Daily Spinn: The Most Important Song of My Decade

I’m a reflective person this time of year. And, because we’re at the end of not just a year, but a decade, that notion becomes tenfold.

When looking back on the past ten years, it’s fair to say that the journey has turned out beyond any reasonable prediction.

For me, I never would have predicted that one of its defining moments would have come from listening to my old college radio show, in my bedroom at my parents’ house.

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