The “Generational Wealth” you’re building under Capitalism & White Hegemony is going to be spent on by Diallo Kenyetta @diallokenyatta #diallokenyatta

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , on January 8, 2022 by Brother Perspective Magazine

The “Generational Wealth” you’re building under Capitalism & White Hegemony is going to be spent on:


1 Heavily armed security to defend them from the starving masses….(until their paid guards decide to turn on them).


2 Perpetual moving fees to escape floods, fires, droughts, & civil unrest brought about by climate change.


3 Medical bills stemming from the spread of exotic diseases unleashed due to global warming & eroding public infrastructure.


5 Hoarding food & other essentials due to climate driven crop failures & food shortages.🍟


6 Air purification devices & breathing apparatuses due to the increasing concentration of air pollutants.☣️


7 Water purification & hoarding due to salt water contamination of fresh water sources & pollutants.


8 Fortified homes within fortified gated communities within a jingoistic nation behind Militarized borders to stop the flow of climate refugees & defend against those who didn’t inherit generational Wealth.


9 Stuffed replicas of all of the extinct animals they’ll never have an opportunity to see IRL.🐻‍❄️


10 Tickets on the space shuttles owned by racist trillionaires to escape the planet when the Ecosystems fully collapse due to Capitalist Hyper-Exploitation & Global Warming. (Even though there’s nowhere for humanity to escape to beyond earth.)


So keep grinding & hustling to leave your offspring Deeds, NFTs, Crypto, Fiat, IP, & Precious Metals while ignoring the toll Capitalist Wealth Accumulation is having on the planet.

I’m sure your descendants will appreciate how hard you worked to leave them everything except a viable planet to live on.

WeNeedARevolution #AbolishCapitalism #RevoltOrDie #BLKPWR #EcologyOverEconomy

BlackWealth #FiatAintFreedom #CripToe

The Art: Bria Murphy #briamurphy www.artus.gallery

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , on January 5, 2022 by Brother Perspective Magazine

This is the first time I’ve created a body of work that includes a real message that I want to convey to my audience. I’ve always loved theories that suggest the idea that humans didn’t originate on Earth, and I’ve always considered the possibility that we were brought here by other beings from other planets.

https://www.artus.gallery/

The Art: Che Lovelace #chelovelace #art

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , on January 1, 2022 by Brother Perspective Magazine

Che Lovelace’s joyful paintings are inspired by his surroundings in the Caribbean, specifically in his home country of Trinidad and Tobago. The yearly festival of Carnival, which is central to Caribbean culture, has become vital to Lovelace’s work, and his participation in the festivities each year as a masquerader gives him the chance to act as a character outside of himself and paint from a different perspective. While Carnival characters like the Blue Devil take center stage in many of Lovelace’s colorful works on panel, Lovelace doesn’t see his figures as representational: “I’m able to discover the figure anew every single time I paint it,” he says. Enigmatic figures, fruit, and trees appear as composites in Lovelace’s work; abstract and disjointed, his compositions offer new visions of the tropical landscape. To create his paintings, Lovelace uses an unusual technique of layering dry pigments; it can take up to a year and a half to complete a single painting. He has exhibited his work internationally at galleries and fairs from Paris to New York to London. https://www.artsy.net/artist/che-lovelace

The Art: Lutanda Zemba Luzamba

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , on December 29, 2021 by Brother Perspective Magazine

Paintings that subtly comment on a range of socio-political issues. His work is informed by his own experience moving from the Democratic Republic of the Congo to Cape Town, South Africa. Working primarily with oil paint, Luzumba frequently depicts his figures participating in leisurely activities, like playing chess or sharing a drink. The men in his paintings are often dressed in suits, a nod to the DRC’s reversal of a ban on Western attire, and the sense of freedom that accompanies the use of fashion to express defiance. In ELEGANCE (who is following who?) (2021) three well-dressed figures adorned in Oxford shirts and loafers walk as though they are floating against a deep green background; this painting’s air of normalcy contrasts with works such as Gold Digger (2019), which are more overtly critical of corruption. Luzamba’s work has been shown in Dusseldorf, Paris, and Durban, among other cities. https://www.artsy.net/artist/zemba-luzamba

Lutanda Zemba Luzamba

Mixtape: Underground Feedback Stereo – People Loving They Own Skin Mixed by ML7102 @nas @ShortieNoMas @biglukah @ChildrenOfZeus @JalenKobayashi @TobeNwigwe @ritaj79 @charmlikemagic @e40 @icecube @countbassd @PLAYAFLYM3 @blackthought @krsone @tooshort 

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on December 26, 2021 by Brother Perspective Magazine

Underground Feedback Stereo – People Loving They Own Skin Mixed by ML7102

undergroundfeedbackstereo http://www.undergroundfeedbackstereo.com #ml7102

75dab #happensexist #fwws

A Tribe Called Quest – Sucka Nigga
Nas – The Truth
KRS One – Knock Em Out
Count Bass D FEAT. Snoop Dogg – Too Much Pressure
Charm Taylor – Crown
Dr Dre FEAT. Kurupt, PeteRock – Equinox
R.A.P. Ferreria – East Nashville
JaeFkae x Abeatchemist – Capital II
Junior – Mamma Used To Say
Children of Zeus FEAT. Akemi, Georgia Sweet – Balance
Tobe Nwigne FEAT. Black Thought, Royce Da 5’9 – Father Figure
MT. Westmore (Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube, E40, Too $hort) – Big Subwoofer
Lukah FEAT. Boldy James – Stigmata
Shortie No Mas(s) – Who’s Shortie
Rita J – FreeDom
Andre 3000 – Life Of The Party (Unreleased Version)
Playa Fly – Nobody Needs Nobody

In Memory of Kangol Kid #kangolkid #utfo

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , on December 18, 2021 by Brother Perspective Magazine

From Hip Hop DX:

NEW YORK, NY – The warning signs were there on Friday (December 17). Several friends of Hip Hop pioneer Kangol Kid were posting prayers for the U.T.F.O. legend on social media, raising a red flag for anyone not in his inner circle. Hours later, the news broke Kangol Kid had indeed passed on, bringing his valiant fight with Stage 4 colon cancer to a tragic end.

Speaking to HipHopDX, veteran New York City promoter Van Silk — who’s currently undergoing treatment for the same type of cancer— initially thought it might’ve just been a rumor, but he was ultimately able to confirm Kangol’s death. MORE: https://hiphopdx.com/news/id.66600/title.u-t-f-o-legend-kangol-kid-has-died-just-10-months-after-cancer-diagnosis#signup

In Memory: Leonard “Hub“ Hubbard of the Roots #leonardhubbard #theroots #blackmusic #music #jazz

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , on December 16, 2021 by Brother Perspective Magazine

Former member of The Roots, Grammy Award-winning bassist and songwriter Leonard “Hub” Hubbard has died after complications from cancer. Hub’s wife told Philadelphia, Pennsylvania’s ABC 6

Christie Ileto @Christie_Ileto NEW at 4: One of the founding members of @theroots died this morning. Leonard Hubbard, known as Hub, was a bassist for the group. He’d been battling cancer since 2007 and at that time stopped touring. His wife tells @6abc, “It happened quickly. He didn’t suffer a lot.”

, “It happened quickly. He didn’t suffer a lot.” Hub played with the group from the mid-1990s until the mid-2000s, including on their acclaimed Things Fall Apart as well as live Roots sessions with JAY-Z, Eminem, and others. He also worked on albums by MC Solaar, the Jungle Brothers, and Jaguar Wright. Hub, a graduate of Pittsburgh’s Carnegie Mellon music program, was a fixture of the band during his tenure, remembered for his incredible bass playing and his trademark chew stick.

repost: https://ambrosiaforheads.com/2021/12/the-roots-bassist-leonard-hub-hubbard-obituary/

Writers: In Memory of Bell Hooks (words by Brett Cook) #bellhooks #brettcook #blackart #selflove

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , on December 16, 2021 by Brother Perspective Magazine
Tribute to Bell Hooks art by Brett Cook

#repost From Brett Cook …sad. Thank you #bellhooks for so much: “If I were really asked to define myself, I wouldn’t start with race; I wouldn’t start with blackness; I wouldn’t start with gender; I wouldn’t start with feminism. I would start with stripping down to what fundamentally informs my life, which is that I’m a seeker on the path. I think of feminism, and I think of anti-racist struggles as part of it. But where I stand spiritually is, steadfastly, on a path about love.”From the Models of Accountability Series Acrylic and Spray Enamel on Mirrored Plexiglas, Books 50” X 48” X 16”Books by bell hooks Ain’t I a Woman: Black Women and Feminism All About Love: New Visions Art on My Mind: Visual Politics Be Boy Buzz Black Looks: Race and Representation Bone Black: Memories of Girlhood Breaking Bread: Insurgent Black Intellectual Life (with Cornel West)Communion: The Female Search for Love Daughters of the Dust: The Making of an African American Woman’s Film Feminism is for Everybody Feminist Theory: From Margin to Center Happy to be Nappy Homemade Love Home Grown: Engaged Cultural Criticism Killing Rage: Ending Racism Outlaw Culture: Resisting Representations Reel to Real: Race, Sex, and Class at the Movies Remembered Rapture: The Writer at Work Rock My Soul: Black People and Self-Esteem Salvation: Black People and Love Skin Again Sisters of the Yam: Black Women and Self-Recovery Space Soul Sister: Women, Friendship, and Fulfillment Talking Back: Thinking Feminist, Thinking Black Teaching Community: A Pedagogy of Hope Teaching to Transgress: Education as the Practice of Freedom We Real Cool: Black Men and Masculinity Where We Stand: Class Matters The Will To Change: Men, Masculinity and Love Witness by Brett Cook https://www.brett-cook.com/?fbclid=IwAR1Cxx-joftnjSD0UfV4r291BXq1TkKsezcJCSxgJ3cfTv4YHjiSBTx_GvI

Music: Infinito 2017 – Cant See Me In The Dark Black @infinito2017 @joeleftpromo #music #joelefthandrecords #infinito2017 #hiphop

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , on December 12, 2021 by Brother Perspective Magazine

Listen: www.soundcloud.com/INFINITO2017 #infinito2017 The Black Mind should always denounce all of the outsiders’ rhetoric, immediately and not empower any aspect of it. Accepting oppression as a forwarding reality is a life of death. This will lead to a people failing themselves. Those that do it exist, in a pointless reality. Those that use others are losers. It’s just interesting to me to analyze life as it happens. I’m sitting here getting ready to go running and I got this book of ideas I write down and videos, sound bites I make etc … These things motivate my movements. I’m always seeing in life that outside of other peoples own ideas; many are creating outside of themselves not from within. I’ve never had a problem reassembling from inside myself. I’m able to work collectively but only using my own thoughts to design my art. This slave narrative we reside in keeps pushing a robotic nature upon individuals and especially the youth but either way, thank you for the support and keep expressing self as is no filter. I’m a highly appreciative person towards anyone who helps me, so it’s just positive to share because they Can’t See Me In The Dark Black.

https://infinito2017.bandcamp.com/album/cant-see-me-in-the-dark

In Remembrance: K Za Win – Poet

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , on December 12, 2021 by Brother Perspective Magazine

Dear Father,

the River, whose stomach 

was cut open,  

has declared war 

on our tiny house on the bank, hasn’t she?

Right in front of the house 

you must be looking out for someone 

who will help you with 

embankment poles

to straighten the river,

to fill her holes with 

sandbags.

The poem moves from the picture of life at home to much wider themes about authoritarian power structures, corruption and inequality.

A thief is 

unarmed.

A thug is 

armed to the teeth.

If thieves are ungovernable,

if thugs are ungovernable, 

what’s the point of government? 

Whatever happens to the jungles

whatever happens to the mountains 

whatever happens to the rivers 

they don’t care. 

They love the country 

just the way they love to grate a coconut, 

from inside out, 

for coconut milk.

It was signed: 

Yours ever,

K Za Win 

Cell 1, Section 10

Thayawaddy Prison 

read more on Vice Link: https://www.vice.com/en/article/xgzj94/poets-are-among-the-martyrs-in-myanmar-coup-protests

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