Khari Clarke

Writer | Content Creator | Culture Critic

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Saturdays Magazine | Lorenzo Holder
An interview I conducted with budding Brooklyn-based photographer, Lorenzo Holder, in which he discusses his artistic vision and his travels, including visiting Leprosy colonies.
#FromTheIssue: Swizz Beatz 'The Renaissance Man'
A feature I wrote following a lengthy face-to-face interview with Swizz Beatz in his personal art gallery in Chelsea, NYC. (Also appears in print issue #270)
Dave East: Get Acquainted
A feature about Harlem rapper, Dave East, following our interview, in which we discuss his hoop dreams, going to jail, and his fateful meeting with Nas.
Review: ScHoolBoy Q Makes A Strong Bid for "Album of The Year" With 'Blank Face LP'
One of The Source's first forays into online album reviews, in which I delve into ScHoolBoy Q's masterpiece 'Blank Face LP'.
Jeezy: Pastor of The Streets (Cover Story)
My second cover story, for The Source's 2015 year-end issue, featuring a conversation with Jeezy (formerly Young Jeezy), shortly after he was released from jail.
Concrete Canvas: Meet Distorted
The second installment of my 'Concrete Canvas' art section, featuring up-and-coming visual artist Distortedd.
Concrete Canvas: Welcome To FRKO World
The first entry of my "Concrete Canvas" art section I created for The Source, about Atlanta-based Illustrator FRKO RICO. (Also appears in print issue #266)
Mick Jenkins: The Chicago Shaman
A feature with Chicago rapper, Mick Jenkins, in which we discuss his music, negativity in his home city, and ginger ale.
YG: "The 5 Year Theory" (Cover Story)
My first printed cover story for The Sourceā€˜s 2014 year-end issue, which featured an intimate discussion between YG and I about everything from harrowing tales of home invasions...
Two Child Prodigies Immortalize Pop Culture Through Art
A piece I wrote about two prodigal pre-teens that set the foundation for what would become my "Concrete Canvas" art section for The Source.

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