New Orleans rapper-activist @SESS45 opened Nuthin But Fire Records prior to Katrina, and probably had no idea it would become the city’s last hip-hop record store. The message on the building’s wall addresses one of the city’s continuing problems, the high rate of violence and killing among young African-American men in New Orleans. Sess has continued to represent those whose houses were destroyed in New Orleans and those who are struggling to return or remain. Each year, he organizes a second-line on or near the anniversary of Hurricane Katrina to commemorate its victims. Like him on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/pages/SESS-4-5/235515353129793 or follow him on Twitter at https://twitter.com/SESS45. You can visit the store and label at http://nuthinbutfirerecords.com/ or at 1840 N Claiborne Ave when you’re in New Orleans.