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Victoria Hernandez

Writer

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Victoria Hernandez is a reporter who is passionate about reclaiming the art of storytelling. She has worked for several publications, including the Los Angeles Times, Sun-Sentinel, Genius and served as Senior News Writer at HipHopDX for two years. Upon finding a great need for artists to have ownership of their stories, she founded Kick The Concrete with Corey Paul in 2017. She began her journey as a sports journalist and is a graduate of the University of Miami. Audience of 1.

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HipHopDX
01/22/2016
7 Reasons Kemba Walker Should Be Rap's Next Big Name-Drop

Rap music and basketball have parallel cultures that have been noted at least since Kurtis Blow's 1984 song, "Basketball." Throughout history, rappers and basketball players have shown mutual admiration for each other, whether it's Jay Z's stint as part-owner of the Brooklyn Nets, J.

latimes.com
02/16/2018
Delicious Pizza carries on the Delicious Vinyl music tradition

Dough. Cheese. Sauce. All three words can double as slang for money and influence in the pop and hip-hop universe. But brothers Mike and Rick Ross have since 2015 taken a more literal approach with their music-inspired restaurant Delicious Pizza.

Genius
The Making Of Lil Pump's "Designer" With Zaytoven

While Lil Pump climbed the charts last year with his breakout hit "Gucci Gang," the official video stirred up controversy after news surfaced that it was shot in a Catholic elementary school. The Archdiocese of L.A. was furious with the school for...

latimes.com
11/08/2017
Compton-raised artist Problem looks inward on 'Selfish'

On a breezy fall night in North Hollywood, Problem and his friends stood in the parking lot outside a studio, sipping wine. They were locked out, but Problem, wearing sweats and a Detroit Tigers baseball cap, was laughing and smiling. One could barely tell that he was about to share his most serious, personal and heartfelt music yet.

HipHopDX
04/24/2017
From K.Dot To Kung Fu Kenny: Kendrick Lamar By The Numbers

The question is still swirling about whether Kendrick Lamar's DAMN. will go down as a classic. It hasn't had the same cultural impact as 2015's Grammy-winning To Pimp a Butterfly, but it has still made its mark on the industry, now becoming the biggest debut of 2017 so far numbers-wise (yes, beating Drake).

HipHopDX
11/22/2016
Providence's Code Green Takes Listeners On "7 Day Trip" For Debut Project

Los Angeles, CA - Here to put Rhode Island on the rap map is Code Green. The trio - made up of Nesi, ER and Evo - released their debut project, 7 Day Trip, yesterday (November 21) after moving from Pawtucket, a city on the outskirts of Providence, to Los Angeles a year ago.

Sun-sentinel
10/16/2014
'Canes still looking for power forward to emerge

The Hurricanes basketball team is loaded at four of five positions, but Miami still needs a power forward, and settling on one will be a priority for coach Jim LarraƱaga in the days ahead. All three guards are stable with Angel Rodriguez, Deandre Burnett and Sheldon McClellan.

Themiamihurricane
10/22/2012
Miami falls to FSU in front of 73,000 fans

In typical rivalry fashion, the Miami-FSU game was full of spectacles, including three offensive pass interference calls, four wounded Seminoles, Heat stars in attendance, a crazy fan who ran across the field and - of course - a field goal traveling wide left.

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