Kevin L. Clark entered into journalism during college, freelancing for major hip-hop publications before even graduating. He made a name for himself at places such as Complex, XXL, and HipHopDX.
He is currently the managing editor at Okayplayer, which has been delivering "true notes since 1987" and is home to the legendary Roots crew, Erykah Badu, Jean Grae and other musical innovators.
January 9th, 2017 | Season 1 | 1 hr 15 mins
blm, criticism, culture, protest, radio
2016 has wrapped, and Arthur assembled a panel of experts from NPR Music, the BBC, and Okayplayer to look back at a very difficult year that we're unlikely to forget. From Brexit to Beyoncé to Black Lives Matter, ENTRY POINTS puts our spin on “the...
September 26th, 2016 | Season 1 | 34 mins
blm, criticism, questlove
Okayplayer managing editor Kevin "Kevito" Clark sits down with Arthur to examine objective criticism in 2016, OKP's leadership coverage of Black Lives Matter, Frank Ocean (in the space between "Endless" and "Blonde") and his side hustle as a video game critic.