*
REVOLT NATION: B-Mike"Even from struggle comes beauty."

Jordan "JayOhh" Hall // REVOLT TV

Apr 6, 2016

We caught up with New Orleans native, Brandan “B-Mike” Odums, as he tells the story of a unique art exhibit of an abandoned apartment complex that blends street art with the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. The five story apartment building is covered with graffiti art from wall to wall. Highlighting individuals such as Martin Luther King Jr., Muhammad Ali, Harriet Tubman, etc. that came from nothing as B-Mike states, “Even from struggle comes beauty.”

Revolt Nation: B-Mike
Revolt TV - THE HITMEN
RelatedREVOLT Nation: Two-9Two-9, back at it again.The HitmenWomen In Charge: Everyday People's Co-Founder Saada AhmedThis entrepreneur gains strength from personal strugglesErin Ashley SimonMusic Video Roundup: Emeli Sandé, Arin Ray, and Ye Ali x K CampVisual reflections on personal struggles and relationships.REVOLT TVREVOLT Live | Chaz French & "The Rap Game's" Lil Key stop by The DropThe rappers reveal prior personal struggles.Revolt12017 REVOLT Music ConferenceWe honor Queen Latifah as Lauryn, SZA, & more perform.2Ten years later: Kanye West's 'Graduation' is his career-defining albumFoundation for his legacy.3Watch this rare Jay-Z 'Blueprint'-era interviewRecorded shortly before the album dropped in 2001.4Interview | Tove LoOn flashing, female youth, honest songwriting, and more..5Kanye West's 'Graduation' vs. 50 Cent's 'Curtis'Revisiting the greats on their 10th anniversary.6Day N Night 2017 | The ultimate recapThe photos, performances, and moments you missed7Interview | MC HammerOn Tupac & Prince friendships, JAY-Z beef & more8Fabolous's 'Ghetto Fabolous' is imperfect, but undeniable An underrated debut.9'Drink Champs' | Tech N9neOn his first rhyme, uncategorizable music, and independent label.10Interview | BOSCOOn the standout tracks from 'b.', being a multifaceted woman, and