Murjani Rawls is the pop culture editor at DK Nation, focused on music, film, television, pop culture, and sports. Murjani is an eight-year journalist, editor, five time, self-published author, podcast producer, and photographer. Before joining DK Nation, Murjani was senior editor & writer at Substream Magazine, staff writer at The Root, and senior editor & writer at The Pop Break. He is also a Rotten Tomatoes-approved film and television critic.
DK Nation takes a stab at predicting ‘Scream 6’
Get it? We’re taking a stab at some predictions. The DK Nation staff tries to figure out who the killer is in the latest slasher franchise installment.
Chyna’s A&E documentary comes as the wrestling world continues to rectify her legacy
If the A&E biography showed us anything, it’s that Chyna should be in wrestling’s current boom to receive her flowers.
‘The Last of Us’ has a chilling effect depicting how it’s bleak world affects young people
When the world falls apart in film and television, it’s usually the adults who take the pain. With ‘The Last of Us,’ darkness equally falls on the shoulders of kids
‘The Last of Us’ episode 8 review: What a cold, cruel world this has become
The penultimate episode shows Ellie at the brink of her emotional and physical wits and how scary the TLOU world is as a whole.
AEW Revolution could mean an interesting change in course for the women's world championship
Will they go with Jamie Hayter, Saraya, or Ruby Soho? AEW has a decision to make.
MJF or Bryan Danielson? That is AEW’s million-dollar Revolution question
Does AEW continue to give the keys to their young star or elect to go to their best technical wrestler? We discuss.
‘Palm Trees and Power Lines’ review: Jamie Peck’s directorial debut chronicles the nature of groomers and those they prey upon
Based on a 2018 award-winning short, a 17-year old girl named Lea falls into the insidious gaze of a 34 year named Tom.
‘Nocebo’ review: The follies of capitalism, exploited labor, and ticks – oh my!
Eva Green stars as a fashion designer that falls mysteriously ill. The woman she meets with herbal cures has more up her sleeve than what the doctor ordered.
The Jake Paul boxing experiment is not dead (yet)
What’s more thrilling in the fight game than the first fall? It’s to watch if somebody can do it again.
We must free ourselves from the need for everything to be in an extended universe
The Marvel Cinematic Universe’s success is a gift and curse in Hollywood. Not every property needs their own series of films or television shows.