Poet Justice presents reviews and essays expressed through deep contemplation. Founded by Mike Pixburgh, this musical cynosure brings lyrical analysis, trends, and themes to unveil the social and political issues encoded in hip-hop with a focus on the socially conscious messages of the genre which are often lost, misinterpreted, or misunderstood relevance to American current events. Pixburgh spent a year writing his senior thesis on Kanye West’s fifth studio album, My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy. He analyzed the album’s lyrical content as a contemporary commentary about race, specifically posing the album as a rejection of a “post-racial America.” He often draws connections between hip-hop and revolutionary poetry and aspires to write a book comparing the lives and work of John Milton and Kanye West. He holds a deep interest in how artists are influenced by past generations of music.
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