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Sound System: Underground Feed Back Stereo (Black Audio Sound Device) Mixed by ML7102 #ml7102 @joeleftpromo #75dab #boombap #hiphop #blackmusic #soul #art

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 7, 2021 by Brother Perspective Magazine

Underground Feed Back Stereo (Black Audio Sound Device) Mixed by ML7102

undergroundfeedbackstereo http://www.undergroundfeedbackstereo.com #ml7102 #75dab #happensexist #fwws

ML7102 – Black Audio Gifts
Rakim – Ghetto
Boogie Down Productions – My Philosophy
Nas – Made You Look
Big Daddy Kane – Ain’t No Half Steppin’
Gang Starr – DWYCK
Poor Righteous Teachers – Gods Earths and 85ers
Freestyle Fellowship – Innercity Griots
Black Moon – Slave
Geto Boys – Do It Like A G.O.
MF Doom – Hey
Pharcyde – Bullshit
Biz Markie – Goin Off
Sade – Smooth Operator
Lauryn Hill – Lost Ones
A Tribe Called Quest – Ham N’ Eggs
Sun Ra – Chicago USA
Outkast – Babylon
The Roots – Clones
De la Soul Ft. MF Doom – Rock Co.Kane Flow
Anita Baker – Sweet Love
ML7102 – Sound Device Present

In Memory of: Peter Williams (Black Artist) March 18, 1952 to August 19, 2021 #peterwilliams #artist #painter

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , on August 25, 2021 by Brother Perspective Magazine

The Artists’ Legacy Foundation described his work as thus: “For more than four decades, Williams has created artworks that explore contemporary culture, racism, police brutality, incarceration, environmentalism, and voyeurism through an approachable visual style. His paintings encourage the viewer to look deeply at the canvas for clues and insight about the Black experience. For example, pattern and distortion represent the conditions and circumstances that disrupt Black lives. Defying categorization, his painting style incorporates varying levels of abstraction, figuration, narrative, and iconographic elements. He draws inspiration from posters, comics, and the vibrant colors of city life.”

Eve Aschheim has written that “Peter Williams is a unique and unpredictable voice on the scene. He is one of the most poignant artists of our time to address themes of race and politics, and his raw, edgy work risks making the viewer uncomfortable, and resists assimilation into the decorum of the art world. His outstanding paintings transcend categories, as he forges realism, fantasy, cartooning, bold color, symbols, personal iconography, humor, and the news to unforgettable effect.” Wikipedia

Williams was born in 1952, in Nyack, New York, and earned a B.F.A. from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design and an M.F.A. from the Maryland Institute College of Art. At 17, he was given his first solo show, at the Pat Merenstein Gallery in Nyack, which led to more shows in the region, including one at the Woodstock Music Festival.

A car accident during a college trip to New Mexico led to the loss of one leg; he had lifelong pain. He cited the trauma as a major influence on his practice, in particular the use of a recurring cast of characters as means to tell stories of hardship and triumph.

Williams was known as a passionate mentor and had recently retired from from the fine arts department at the University of Delaware, which he joined following a 17-year tenure at Wayne State University. His many accolades include the Artists’ Legacy Foundation’s 2020 Artist Award and a 2021 Guggenheim Fellowship.

Williams’ paintings are held in the permanent collections of the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the Walker Art Center, the Whitney Museum, and the Detroit Institute of Arts, among other institutions. His work appeared in the 2002 Whitney Biennial and the 2017 edition of the Prospect New Orleans triennial, and examples are slated to appear in a solo show at Luis De Jesus next year. Art News

Album: F.A.B.L.E. (I’M)MORTAL [9.7.2021] @culturepower45 #rap @foreverfable #music #INFNTPWR #cp45 www.culturepower45.com

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , on August 23, 2021 by Brother Perspective Magazine

F.A.B.L.E. (I’M)MORTAL [9.7.2021] @culturepower45 #rap @foreverfable #music #INFNTPWR

Music: Infinito 2017 – “Analysis of Fictional Science Trust No Microwave Made Conditioning” @joeleftpromo @infinito2017 #infinito2017 #hiphop #blackmusic

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , on August 23, 2021 by Brother Perspective Magazine

WWW.INFINITO2017.BANDCAMP.COM

This music will raise self esteem and show love of self and kind!  We live in they bubble, we are the machine, we produce cotton and cook the seeds. We are the work they are the disease, build your immune system and stay clear of what detours living. We are not animals; we are not your entertainment. We only overthrow corruption, we will never submit. Don’t accept a suffering that leads you through a robot machine. When you are living and breathing it is your responsibility to think for yourself. Don’t be programmed by a parasites forced confusion, think! Black people must destroy everything that is not beneficial to them and create what is needed to survive. Your colonial oppressor can’t be your judge and jury; their laws will always be biased in their favor. This is the stereo communication from Infinito 2017 presented in the original compositions of Analysis of Fictional Science Trust No Microwave Made Conditioning with the pounding production from Life Line Eternal. This music will raise self esteem and show love of self and kind!

(c) 2021 Joe Left Hand Records // produced by LIFE LINE ETERNAL

Segue production by ml7102 all Lyrics by Infinito 2017

Art by Marcellous Lovelace #75dab Infinito one (ASCAP)

Mixed & arranged by vortx of distorsun (Watts, CA)

http://www.infinito2017.com http://www.joelefthandrecords.com #cancelcolonialism

Condolences: Baba Zumbi Of Zion I #ZUMBI

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

We are sad to announce that the head MC of Zion I, Zumbi has passed away. The Oakland native was a tremendously gifted Emcee & was well respected amongst his peers in the Bay Area rap scene. We send our condolences to his family & loved ones. #RIPZumbi // Thizzler On The Roof @TheThizzler

from hiphopwired.com // Baba Zumbi, best known as the lead rapper of Bay Area group Zion I, has reportedly died. Details are scant, but friends, fans, and others connected with the rapper and producer have been pouring in their respect via Twitter.

Hip-Hop Wired first learned of Baba Zumbi’s passing from the Twitter account of Hip-Hop artist Flashius Clayton, and we are currently scouring the Internet and other sources to confirm.

Born Steve Gaines, Baba Zumbi was part of the Zion I crew with former members Amp Live and K-Genius before taking on the group name for himself as a one-man-band. Zion I has been active since the late 1990s and was a fixture of the sprawling and versatile Bay Area Hip-Hop scene.

On August 4, Baba Zumbi and Amp Live announced a tour in support of the group’s 20th anniversary and was set to kick off on October 1.

Vinyl: @culturepower45 “Lost Cargo 4” #lostcargo4 #culturepower45 #music #hiphop @angeltheoracle @TheRealJSlikk @Neak_Undefined @vyle#vinyl @abeatchemist @cuzzinvinny90 @JalenKobayashi @Semiratruth @mikefloRBG @pugsatomz

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on July 30, 2021 by Brother Perspective Magazine

Lost Cargo 4 is a fantastic voyage of our kinships and our traditions that help define our tribal distinction in society. We as creators of Hip Hop work collectively to map out our destination for our paths. It is important to understand, relate and communicate what we can combine for survival on this planet. Through Hip-Hop culture we construct different concepts of sound, dance, artistry and conversations, these evaluations educate generations to come with our translations of time. So yes, yes yall, Let the B boy’s rock and the Dj’s cut as we convey the beautiful narratives of stolen ghetto children liberated through Congolese talking drum vibrations. Party people please enter peacefully and enjoy the rhythms of Lost Cargo 4 featuring a variety of story tellers and sound providers. This Album features performances by Abeatchemist, Neak, K the I, Joy Selah, Andreaus Haley, Sun Rahim, A.M. Early Morning, Slot A, Mike Flo, Solomon Strange, Vice Verse, Semiratruth, Jalen Kobayashi, Mentally Aware Teaching HueMans, Vyle, Cuzzin Vinny, Lex Boogie, Yahzeed Divine, Pugs Atomz, Tha Joint, Perseph One X Dopedev , The Primeridian, Angel Bat Dawid and more.

get the vinyl at www.culturepower45.com

Music: @culturepower45 Presents: LOST CARGO 4 (Vinyl) #LC4 @angeltheoracle @TheRealJSlikk @Neak_Undefined @vyle @abeatchemist @cuzzinvinny90 @mikefloRBG @pugsatomz #culturepower45

Posted in Uncategorized on July 30, 2021 by Brother Perspective Magazine

art work by Marcellous Lovelace

order at: www.culturepower45.com //

Lost Cargo 4 is a fantastic voyage of our kinship’s and our traditions that help define our tribal distinction in society. We as creators of Hip Hop work collectively to map out our destination for our paths. It is important to understand, relate and communicate what we can combine for survival on this planet. Through Hip-Hop culture we construct different concepts of sound, dance, artistry and conversations, these evaluations educate generations to come with our translations of time. So yes, yes yall, Let the B boy’s rock and the Dj’s cut as we convey the beautiful narratives of stolen ghetto children liberated through Congolese talking drum vibrations. Party people please enter peacefully and enjoy the rhythms of Lost Cargo 4 featuring a variety of story tellers and sound providers.

credits: This Album features performances by Abeatchemist, Neak, K the I, Joy Selah, Andreaus Haley, Sun Rahim, A.M. Early Morning, Slot A, Mike Flo, Solomon Strange, Vice Verse, Semiratruth, Jalen Kobayashi, Mentally Aware Teaching HueMans, Vyle, Cuzzin Vinny, Lex Boogie, Yahzeed Divine, Pugs Atomz, Tha Joint, Perseph One X Dopedev , The Primeridian, Angel Bat Dawid and more.

Music: Infinito 2017 – Resistance Mental Health People Unplug Self @infinito2017 @joeleftpromo #joelefthandrecords #75dab #biko70 #gtd

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , on July 28, 2021 by Brother Perspective Magazine

Unplug Self

http://www.infinito2017.com

The struggles of Black people working through expansion seeing through oppression surviving the unwanted reality. The human mind is primitive to accept any conditioning. Be a rebel that will destroy your racist media, we support black life over racist slave patrol. Empower self because those that are evil will always neglect you! I’m empty I have absolutely nothing else to offer my oppression, not that I’ve ever offered it anything ever. Suffering for me is supposed to be an accepted norm in a toxic society of parasites. These parasites leach on to all other life forms and drain all that is living from us all. (From: You Can Kiss My: Not Wanting to be In Your Oppression Blackness (Jargons, Run On Sentences and Broken Slang book by Marcellous Lovelace)

Notes Spoken for Entrance
Healthy Diet Movements
Shot Colonizers Knee Caps Off
Healthy But Lost (Segue)
Unplug They Cables
Resistance People We
Card Board Paper Planes
Resistance Reminder (Segue)
You Can Call Me Stazy
Notes Spoken for Closure

(c) 2021 Joe Left Hand Records
produced by Dion Brown
all Lyrics by Infinito 2017
art by Marcellous Lovelace #75dab
recorded + arranged by vortx of distorsun (Watts, CA)
http://www.infinito2017.com
http://www.joelefthandrecords.com

The Prototype” by ADUM⁷ @ADUM7x #ADUM7X

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , on July 24, 2021 by Brother Perspective Magazine

“The Prototype” by ADUM⁷

MANAFEST VISION MEDIA LLC. is excited to announce a new instrumental album by ADUM⁷ called “The Prototype.” The new album is one of many that will be released during the last quarter of 2019.

“I paint with sound and these instrumentals I ​cooked up are songs ​you can dive into and get lost in. This ​is ​simply me​ ​as a visual artist​ ​having fun channeling​ my spirit each and every time ​while sitting in front of the keyboard to paint with sound.”

Inspired by MC and music producer Undakova during Fall 2019, ADUM⁷ was gently challenged to put out 100 instrumentals before 2020. Undakova discovered​​ while teaching music production to at-risk youth up in the Bronx alongside ADUM⁷,  that ADUM⁷ (similar to countless artists in history) had a stash of unreleased work that ​the world, particularly fans of indie Hip-Hop are not familiar with. Accepting the challenge, ADUM⁷ shares 15 new instrumentals that blend elements of the NYC boom-bap style with trap, experimental, lo-fi and electronic music.

“Sometimes as artists, we create so much material that the world never gets ​to see or experience it​. We end up hoarding our divinely inspired ideas and vibrations for whatever reason ​we create for ourselves.  It makes me think about all of the amazingly unique material that has gone unreleased via countless friends of mine that have already ascended back up​ to the stars.  I’m so over a lot of things these days, especially any barriers or hurdles for me being fully self-expressed​ as a creative. ​​Sometimes as artists we overthink – we want a team, we want better mixes, we want better marketing strategy…we want, we want. While we wait for those things to fall into​ place, life continues ​on ​and before you know it…none of our work gets heard​ because you are just waiting​.  We get in our own way and the people that want to see us win never really get to see how serious we are​ when it comes to the quality and volume(s) of what we create​. Hoarding the work isn’t really where the fun is, the fun is in creating​​ and letting go to make space for new inspiration​. It is kinda like a rinse and repeat cycle so to speak. I am enjoying this challenge of just letting go and letting my work resonate where it’s supposed ​with the people it’s supposed while not being focused on any expectations for reactions at all. I am just really happy and on tilt to put the music out and let it go. This album is dedicated to a friend that I lost earlier this year to non-Hodgkins lymphoma. She was one of the founding members of EOW Toronto. Much love to Monica “Nika Dala” Nguyen.”

Tracklist

01. Ai City (fka Future City)
02. Another One
03. Behold (A Tribute to Wu-Tang Clan)
04. Blissed 20
05. Blissed 7
06. Blissed 29
07. Broken Promises (fka Blissed 5)
08. Dont Start
09. Make Love ³
10. Mothra Meets Battra
11. No Filter -(Tribute to Killmonger & the Wu-Tang Clan) – Remix
12. Quiet Life ²
13. Satan Meet Up
14. So What
15. Stranger Things

All songs from “The Prototype” ​​​were created ​using Akai’s MPK 49 and Propellerhead’s Reason 10​ software and do not feature vinyl samples or loops.​  Denied for distribution on YouTube and Apple Music, the album is available on​ all other streaming platforms​ (notably YouTubeTIDALSpotifyDeezer and more).​

Condolences: Biz Markie (Marcel Theo Hall) (April 8, 1964 – July 16, 2021) #bizmarkie

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , on July 22, 2021 by Brother Perspective Magazine

Marcel Theo Hall (April 8, 1964 – July 16, 2021), known professionally as Biz Markie, was an American rapper, singer-songwriter, DJ, and record producer.

“Biz created a legacy of artistry that will forever be celebrated by his industry peers and his beloved fans whose lives he was able to touch through music, spanning over 35 years,” Izumi added. “He leaves behind a wife, many family members and close friends who will miss his vibrant personality, constant jokes and frequent banter. We respectfully request privacy for his family as they mourn their loved one.”

Marcel Theo Hall, known professionally as Biz Markie, was an American rapper, singer-songwriter, DJ, and record producer. Markie was best known for his 1989 single “Just a Friend”, which became a top 40 hit in several countries.

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