Feb 21, 2014

Editor's Opinion: Reading List

Most bloggers don't do this but uhh....

What's the Movement was a sparkle in my eye about three years ago. Two years ago I sparked the blog via tumblr (featuring the #AOTY lists), a year ago the radio show was formatted, and a little longer than a month ago the site launched. I guess most blog authors have the same real goal. Popularity with readers and develop a brand with advertising support. Generally, they stray away from each other (speaking from experience). There is a lot of professionalism between us and general respect for one another (especially if we have worked together). Anyways with the same goal and interests it seems we are in competition with one another. Perhaps I am foolish for feeling this way but I see otherwise.

WTM was created for others to showcase their work. It was founded on the basis of support; support not just for artists, singers, photographers, producers, models, but for everyone. WTM is not just about music and I don't want to blackball myself and create a brand based on only that (don't get me wrong, we do seem to have a specialty there). I keep saying WTM is going to expand to sports, fashion, style, politics, culture and also continuing an art standpoint. With all of that said, below is a list of blogs and websites I read on a Daily Basis because their work is great. (Along with other publications and twitter pages I follow) They have spent the time to filter out whatever the media is trying to feed you and only give you what I like to call "That Raw." I hope you enjoy the way I have and will continue to do as a viewer.

Reading List
1. The Come Up Radio
2. Artistic Manifesto
3. Scoob Daily
4. Penthouse Radio
5. Garden State Hip Hop
6. The Joe V Show (Sir M00re*)
7. Olawumi Art (Olawumi*)
8. Michael Medium
9. Brave New Radio
10. Black Fashion
11. Hip-Hop Today

Your Editor,
Jonathan C. Ramsey
Jonathan C. Ramsey

Multimedia Journalist, Founder and Chief Editor of WTM Host of A-Side B-Side Podcast and more. I like to talk about stuff and write it down. Sometimes to a microphone. Either way, I need you to feel this.

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