Welbeck

Timothy N. Welbeck, Esq.

 

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Below, you will find footage from some of Timothy’s interviews, public lectures, and performances, in addition to some of his music videos.

#WorkingProfessional #LivingWage

Working Professional is a riveting song from Timothy Welbeck’s EP Living Wage that explores the fight to obtain work/life balance and examines the frailty of life.

#TheForethought #NoCityforYoungMen #NC4YM

The Forethought chronicles Timothy’s journey as an artist, attorney, and professor, while illustrating the dynamics of the various roles he holds. It also serves as an introduction to his latest album—No City for Young Men.

Grammy Award-winning hip-hop artist and humanitarian Wyclef Jean visited the class, led by Timothy Welbeck, to talk about his experiences in Haiti that shaped his career.
GRAMMY Award-winning, multi-platinum hip-hop artist and humanitarian Wyclef Jean paid a special visit to "Hip-Hop and Black Culture" on Friday October 13, 2017 to discuss his iconic career in the recording industry, his humanitarian work, and his latest album "Carnival III: The Fall and Rise of a Refugee."
Got the chance to catch gems from the OG Wyclef Jean when he visited Temple University Professor Timothy Welbeck's Hip-Hop & Black Culture course. Shot by: @ginabenigno_ & @hqlou

#MayYouEver #NoCityforYoungMen #NC4YM

May You Ever is a moving single from Timothy Welbeck’s album No City for Young Men that affirms the beauty, dignity, brilliance, and accomplishments of black women, a group Malcolm X once proclaimed is the most disrespected group in America.

REVOLT TV visited Timothy’s Hip-Hop and Black Culture course at Temple University to document how he explores the various dimensions of the culture.

#TheSoulsofBlackFolk #NoCityforYoungMen #NC4YM

The Souls of Black Folk is a captivating single from Timothy Welbeck’s album No City for Young Men. It alludes to Du Bois' "The Souls of Black Folk", James Weldon Johnson and John Rosamond Johnson’s Lift Ev'ry Voice, while still ringing true of hip-hop.

Attorney, Professor, and Hip-Hop Artist, Timothy Welbeck teamed up with Hype Fresh Magazine to film a Tiny Desk-themed performance for consideration to appear on the endearing NPR series of the same name. In this snippet of his recorded performance, Timothy performs "No City for Young Men: The Forethought."
Attorney, Professor, and Emcee, Timothy Welbeck recently teamed up with Hype Fresh Magazine to film a Tiny Desk-themed performance for consideration to appear on the endearing NPR series of the same name. In this snippet of his recorded performance, Timothy performs Rap and Ball 2.0.

In the fall of 2016, Timothy Welbeck delivered a hybrid lecture/performance at Thomas Jefferson University entitled “No City for Young Men: Hip-Hop and the Narrative of Marginalization.” It centered on how hip-hop communicates the lived experiences of those who live in urban centers across the nation, particularly African American men living in major cities.

Kareem "Biggs" Burke Interview

Published on Dec 8, 2016

In the fall of 2016, Timothy interviewed Roc-A-Fella Records co-founder Kareem "Biggs" Burke in celebration of the twentieth anniversary of the release of Jay Z's Reasonable Doubt (#RD20).  The two discussed his role in building a global empire, the impact of Reasonable Doubt, the pioneering nature of Roc-A-Fella Records on and off the stage, why Jay Z is the greatest rapper of all time, the role of Philadelphia in expanding the reach of the label, and much more. 

Emalohi Iruobe Interview

Published on Dec 30, 2015

Attorney, poet, photographer, and entrepreneur - Emalohi Iruobe ("Ema" as she is more commonly known), founder of Aimanosi has created “beautiful, luxurious and well-fitted lingerie” for women of all shapes and sizes. Derived from Emalohi’s personal struggle to find “well-made intimate apparel while she resided in Nigeria”. HYPEFRESH's very own Timothy Welbeck sits down with Ema in this exclusive one on one chat. Check it out.

Lecrae visit to Hip-Hop and Black Culture at Temple University

Published on Nov 7, 2016

GRAMMY Award Winning hip-hop artist and New York Times best selling author Lecrae visited Timothy's Hip-Hop and Black Culture course at Temple University for an exclusive interview ranging from an array of topics: Lecrae's exponential growth over the course of the past four years, the price of fame, his measure of success, his growth and evolution as a man, his latest work, reconnecting with Sho Baraka, and much more. 

Paul Lee Interview

Published on Nov 12, 2016

Timothy Welbeck introduced UBIQ's Creative Brand Director and Buyer to his Hip-Hop and Black Culture course for a one-on-one discussion exploring Paul's discovery of UBIQ, his crucial role at the company, alongside his take on hip-hop's influence on the fashion industry, hip-hop's continuous influence on culture, and whether Yeezy has jumped over Jumpman.

Timothy’s students in Hip-Hop and Black Culture learned that he raps, and asked to hear a bit of what he does. This is an excerpt of that; great times ensued.