Mar 15, 2017 / by Cision Media Research

Okayplayer, the hip-hop community website founded by Questlove, has hired Rachel Hislop as editor in chief.  She will cover not only music, rap and hip-hop, but social justice issues, sports and culture as well; this is new content for the site, which is looking to expand its editorial offerings.  Hislop previously worked for Parkwood Entertainment, a Beyonce-founded management company,  where she was digital content manager. Follow Okayplayer on Twitter.


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