I gotta give props when props is due and Talib Kweli is one of those few gems in the Hip Hop world that represents the Evolution of Hip Hop/Rap, because it’s been long over due for hip hop to grow up. Talib brings back the social revelency to hip hop that is all but sidelined […]
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TRUTH Minista Paul Scott “Y’all been eatin’ long enough now, stop bein’ greedy Just keep it real partna, give to the needy” Stop Being Greedy-DMX One morning last month, tired of the state of corporate-owned Hip Hop, a small group of people gathered in front of Intergalactic Records with picket signs saying “Hip Hop Sucks!” […]
If the Revolution had a soundtrack, “Propaganda” by Dead Prez would have to be among the top five tracks on the LP. Continuing on my Illuminati/NWO high that I had earlier when happening upon the Dave Chapelle vid, here’s some theme music to go with the plot. Soak it up comrades!
Keeping up with the Blacksmiths. It’s been awhile since our comrades, the Blacksmiths, have made some new joints to insert in our consciousness. I know they won’t disappoint. Always bring that proper *ish. Yearoftheblacksmith, brought to you in part by Talib Kweli, is a new social network for those of us who crave the Afroetic […]