Information: If I Ruled the World: Serious Grassroots Solutions – diallo kenyatta #diallokenyatta #BroDiallo #BLKPWR #CWBA @diallokenyatta

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , on January 20, 2021 by Brother Perspective Magazine


If I Ruled the World: Serious Grassroots Solutions #diallokenyatta


Video: Public Enemy – GRID ft. Cypress Hill, George Clinton @publicenemy #publicenemy @cypresshill

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , on January 14, 2021 by Brother Perspective Magazine

Music video by Public Enemy performing GRID. © 2020 Enemy Records, LLC, under exclusive license to Def Jam Recordings, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

Underground Feedback Stereo (Our Job Is To Revolt) mixed by ML7102 #hiphop @culturepower45 @Neak_Undefined @MegaRan @keemosah @infinito2017 @MerchantOfSound #tallblackguy

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on January 8, 2021 by Brother Perspective Magazine

Underground Feedback Stereo (Our Job Is To Revolt) mixed by ML7102

#ml7102 #undergroundfeedbackstereo

Blu – Amnesia
Dion Brown – Light Snow
Mega Ran – Stranger Things Part One
Sir Victor Uwaifo – Dododo
Tall Black Guy – Drums and Tings Example Beats
Percee P & Chuck Chilla – Makin Music
Yarbrough – Aspiration (What Is Life)
Aakeem Eshu & DJ Earl – Black Dobson
Neak – War
Sound Merchants ft. Infinito 2017 – Enhance
Dion Brown – Underground FeedBack Stereo Outro

Audio: Black Thought – Steak Um feat. ScHoolboy Q (Official Audio) @blackthought #blackthought @schoolboyq

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , on January 5, 2021 by Brother Perspective Magazine

Black Thought – Steak Um feat. ScHoolboy Q (Official Audio)

Video: Black Thought – Thought vs Everybody (Official Music Video) @blackthought #hiphop #philly #music

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , on January 1, 2021 by Brother Perspective Magazine

Black Thought – Thought vs Everybody (Official Music Video)

“Thought vs Everybody” — The Visual Reckoning A Short Film directed by Rodney Passé From Streams of Thought Vol. 3: Cane and Able from Black Thought and Sean C. Special thanks to Kings Theater in Brooklyn New York. Subscribe to The Roots’ channel: Watch The Roots’ Exclusive Series & Footage: Roots Picnic 2020 – Questlove Quarantine – The Roots Jam Presents Solo Sessions – Questlove Supreme Podcast – Streams of Thought Podcast – Behind The Keys w/ James Poyser – Guitar Stories w/ Captain Kirk – Reconstruction w/ Stro Elliot – The Bridge – Official site for The Roots: Facebook: Twitter: Twitch: Instagram: Jimmy Fallon:

Album: Infinito 2017 – Overcoming The Nothing and The Ignorance of Virtual Reality #infinito2017 @infinito2017 @joeleftpromo #joelefthandrecords

Posted in Uncategorized on January 1, 2021 by Brother Perspective Magazine

Limited Edition Compact Disc: Inside nothing humans are defined by robots to not think for themselves, Infinito 2017 writes the Overcoming the Nothing and the Ignorance of Virtual Reality as a form of escapism from digital folklore many reside in. People are not machines and should not force themselves to accept the nothing of a virtual reality and the droids agenda. It’s your life as the living and your definition to never conform, assimilate or allow yourself to be programmed by machines. Think use your own mind of awareness as you listen to each well written insightful theme over thematic production by Dion Brown.

Infinito 2017 – overcoming the nothing and the ignorance of virtual reality


phoenix metro center candy One intro
Pre Exist This Conditioning
super spreader lies ft. Odessa Brown
Meaning of Saying Things
taught self never be them same
pmcc (black people are americas entertainment) enterlude
disguised coding class happy day dreams ft. Odessa Brown
nothing no need
77th southshore directions
always tomorrows news
phoenix metro center candy Two outro


oct 3 – oct 13th

Condolences: Rest In Power To The Great M.F. DOOM #MFDOOM HIP HOP LEGEND

Posted in Uncategorized on January 1, 2021 by Brother Perspective Magazine

Daniel Dumile (/ˈduːmiːleɪ/ DOO-mee-lay) (9 January 1971 – 31 October 2020) was a British rapper, songwriter, and record producer. He performed and released music under several stage names, most notably MF Doom, which Dumile preferred to be stylized in all caps. Dumile debuted during hip hop’s golden age of the late 1980s and became a major figure in underground hip hop of the early 21st century. Upon his death, Variety called him “[o]ne of the most celebrated, unpredictable and enigmatic figures in independent hip-hop”.[3]

Born in London, Dumile moved with his family to Long Island, New York at a young age. He began his musical career in 1988 as a member of the trio KMD, at which time he performed under the name Zev Love X. KMD disbanded in 1993 following the death of Dumile’s brother, DJ Subroc. After taking a hiatus from the music scene, Dumile reemerged in 1998, when he began performing at open mic events while wearing a mask. He adopted the MF Doom persona and rarely made unmasked public appearances from that time onward. His metal mask resembles that of Marvel Comics super-villain Doctor Doom, who is depicted rapping on the cover of his 1999 debut solo album Operation: Doomsday. In the early 2000s, Dumile also released solo albums under the pseudonyms King Geedorah and Viktor Vaughn.

Dumile frequently collaborated with other producers and rappers, most notably with Madlib under the moniker Madvillain. The duo’s 2004 album Madvillainy received widespread critical acclaim upon its release and has been cited as Dumile’s magnum opus and a landmark in hip hop.[4] Dumile’s other notable collaborations include Danger Doom (with Danger Mouse), Doomstarks (with Ghostface Killah), JJ Doom (with Jneiro Jarel), NehruvianDoom (with Bishop Nehru), and Czarface Meets Metal Face (with Czarface).

“RIP to another Giant your favorite MC’s MC .. MF DOOM!! crushing news…,” Q-Tip tweeted, while El-P wrote, “He was a writer’s writer. Grateful I got to know you a little, king. Proud to be your fan. Thank you for keeping it weird and raw always. You inspired us all and always will.”

Dumile was born in London in 1971 and moved to Long Island, NY with his family early in his childhood. He started performing as a teenager under the name Zev Love X as part of the hip-hop group KMD, which he started with his younger brother DJ Subroc. The group released their critically acclaimed debut — 1991’s Mr. Hood — and were recording their follow-up Black Bastards when Subroc was killed in a car accident in 1993.

Following his brother’s death, Dumile disappeared from public life, only to re-emerge in the late 1990s at the Nuyorican Poets’ Cafe in Manhattan where he performed, unannounced, wearing a stocking over his face. The concern with anonymity would become a calling card, as Dumile adopted various means of subterfuge, most notably adorning what would become his signature mask modeled after the Marvel villain Doctor Doom. (ROLLINGSTONE.COM)

Condolences: R.I.P. Shabba-Doo Adolfo Gutierrez Quiñones (May 11, 1955 – December 30, 2020)

Posted in Uncategorized on December 31, 2020 by Brother Perspective Magazine

Adolfo Gutierrez Quiñones or Adolfo Gordon Quiñones (sources differ) (May 11, 1955 – December 30, 2020), known professionally as ShabbaDoo, was an American actor, dancer, and choreographer of African American and Puerto Rican descent.

He played Ozone in the two ‘Breakin’ ‘ films and worked with everyone from Frank Sinatra and Bette Midler to Madonna and Three 6 Mafia.

Adolfo Quiñones, the admired actor, dancer and choreographer known as Shabba-Doo who specialized in the art of locking and portrayed the street artist Ozone in the two Breakin’ movies of the 1980s, has died. He was 65.

Dubbed “hip-hop’s first matinee idol” by Dance Magazine, Quiñones died late Tuesday night at his home in Los Angeles. In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, his publicist, Biff Warren, noted that the dancer had tested negative for COVID-19, but “the next day he’s dead. It opens up all kinds of questions.”

Raised in a housing project in Chicago, Quinones was a founding member of the famed street-dance troupe The Lockers, and he appeared with other members including Fred Berry (Rerun from What’s Happening!!) and Toni Basil on Saturday Night Live in 1975.

Quiñones also appeared in such films as Xanadu (1980), Tango & Cash (1989), Lambada (1990) and choreographed the 2007 film Kickin’ It Old Skool, starring Jamie Kennedy and Maria Menounos. He had worked with Kennedy on the 2006 MTV series Blowin’ Up.

Survivors include his sister, a daughter and a son.

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Audio: VENGEANCE OF THE HERERO POPULATION BY @INFINITO2017 #infinito2017 #music #boombap

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , on December 29, 2020 by Brother Perspective Magazine

by Infinito 2017

Our job is to avenge the massacres of any native indigenous group of people all over the globe, The Herero and Nama genocide a well thought out plan of original peoples extermination from earth. Devils committed punishment that the disgusting German failures stole land West Africa against the Herero known as Nama and San people.


released November 17, 2017

Produced by Unagi, Kiza Beats, Dion Brown, ML7102

Recorded at Original People Sol in Phoenix, AZ
Mixed and Mastered by Vortx of Distorsun (Watts, LA, CA)
Arranged by Blocks off Cottagegrove
All Lyrics Infinito 2017 by M. Lovelace / INFINITO ONE (Ascap)
Producers appear courtesy of their self
Joe Left Hand Records

Audio: Infinito 2017 – Falling Of Digital Outputs (prod. dj takonedoe) #infinito2017 #75dab @infinito2017

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , on December 29, 2020 by Brother Perspective Magazine… lyrics by infinito 2017 prod. by dj takonedoe recorded at original people sol, phoenix, az art by marcellous lovelace 2016 lowtechrecords / joe left hand

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