Femdog has officially accepted the Managing Editor role for Dead End Hip Hop and will be in charge of the editorial operations fordeadendhiphop.com. Femdog has done a great job as a writer for DEHH in growing a web community and furthering the voice of DEHH in written format. With Femdog’s guidance, we’re looking forward to supplying more content, features, and more written reviews on deadendhiphop.com by our great writing team. We’re excited to have him on board and are looking forward to growing under his watch. Check out his bio below:
Femi Aborisade, who goes by Femdog, is a hip hop critic and enthusiast. He loves the culture of the movement, and uses his writing skills to help it thrive, as well as give a much-needed opinion. Born on December 3, 1992, the 19-year-old currently attends Houston Baptist University as a Political Science major and Latin minor with hopes of starting his own law firm in the future, and possibly changing the radio industry. His favorite rap group is A Tribe Called Quest, and his favorite rapper is Rakim.
By taking on the Managing Editor role, he plans to give a steady stream of well-written album/concert reviews and articles as an undercurrent to the main DEHH videos. He also plans to increase awareness of the site throughout the Internet and his hometown, Houston.
If you haven’t seen Femdog in action, check him out on the Rick Ross review.