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Music: ML7102 – 1026 PRO FADES DESIGNS @infinito2017 @joeleftpromo #joelefthandrecords #infinito2017 #hiphop #blackmusic #aco #gtd #soul #ML7102

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

Rare CD Version of the Birthday Album #limitededition – When I was young my mother wouldn’t let us get all the cuts and designs in our fades. My Late Uncle Frank allowed my cousins to get any lines they wanted. I always thought that was dope, NEPHEW OF FRANK RECORDS // CUE BALL ENT. My Birthday is October 26th; I just make an album and release it. I draw the cover and save as the file as a 6000×6000 TIFF / PSD About 400 – 1200 DPI convert to JPG of a original idea I create Featuring my cousin Infinito 2017 // Hornets Projects // Helena Surreal 75dab biko70 nappy9folics aco gtd [not like other people] www.joelefthandrecords.com www.infinito2017.com Tuesday October 26th 2021

Music: Infinito 2017 “Segment of the Black American Entertainment Work ” prod by Dion Brown #75dab #infinito2017 @infinito2017 #joelefthandrecords #biko70 @joeleftpromo www.infinito2017.bandcamp.com

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

If you not Black there is no way you can understand my Black Music! Freedom: Black People Are the Entertainment to this stolen land Art by Marcellous Lovelace we are not the work and labor for another’s advancement, they gain you work. You work they vacation at NCAA tournaments you work but you work and their children go to private schools but your community has poor education and schools are closing. They get Marshal Acts you get a drawing on the ground not even a wall but the ground they don’t like your life you go to work and be happy to buy junk that they don’t need or want you go to work you are labor #marcellouslovelace #blackart #painting #colored #drawing #freedom #75dab #biko70 #raygun81 #african #model #design Black Music no outside influence #cancelcolonizers / follow @infinito2017 on your media

https://infinito2017.bandcamp.com/

Turn on that Lamont Show ft. Cuz Ross
Vision of Correction
Morning Nights Early Welcome
Create Shots Long Distances
Poor News Reports
The Blacks Deliverance from Their Hardships Skit
Comprise Dont Compromise
Distort What they Show Vision
Not Social Media Cast
Act A fool on 79th Mane ft. Cuz Ross

(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

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

Out Now: Infinito 2017 – No Mythology Lies or Folklore @joeleftpromo @infinito2017 #infinito2017 #joelefthandrecords #blackmusic

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on July 13, 2021 by Brother Perspective Magazine

 Infinito 2017 No Mythology Lies or Folklore

You are not meant to be controlled by another person, you are living and you are free. Your story should not be based off what an oppression designs to detail to you. You are worthy of reparations and your life segregated from your oppression due to the contest of idiotic jim crow laws that will not determine any outcome. Infinito 2017 and Dion Brown with the awareness of Joe Left Hand Records produce intelligent Black Music to save every Black Person Inside what they create.

Folklore Derived Mentions
Dear Condolences
Careful Stairs Towards Prosperity
Part Time Shopping Clerk
Save Every Black Person Inside My Rhymes
Mythology Bot Segue
Algorithm Compu Bots
Dismantle Day Unannounced
Unusual Appraisal Utensils
No Mythology Lies or Folklore Introduction Part

(c)2021 JOE LEFT HAND RECORDS
PRODUCED BY DION BROWN
LYRICS BY INFINITO2017
WWW.JOELEFTHANDRECORDS.COM
WWW.INFINITO2017.COM
Catalog #: JLHNMLOF

https://infinito2017.bandcamp.com/album/no-mythology-lies-or-folklore

Condolences: Chi Modu (Photographer/Artist) Passing at 54 years of Age #photographer #chimodu #African #blackhistory #journalist

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

Bio Courtesy of: The History Makershttps://www.thehistorymakers.org/biography/chi-modu

Photojournalist Chi Modu was born on July 7, 1966 in Aronbizoug, Nigeria. In 1969, Modu and his family moved to the United States and he graduated from the Lawrenceville School in Princeton, New Jersey in 1984. He earned his B.S. degree in economics from The State University of New Jersey, Rutgers in 1989. Modu also received a certificate in photojournalism and documentary photography from the International Center of Photography in New York, New York in 1992.

His first position as a photographer was with the African American newspaper the New York Amsterdam News in Harlem. In 1991, he was hired by The Source magazine, where he worked as the director of photography. Modu’s photographs were chosen for over thirty different covers. Modu photographed some of the biggest names in hip-hop at the time, including Tupac Shakur, Snoop Dogg, LL Cool J, Mary J. Blige and the Notorious B.I.G. He left The Source in 1997 to work as the co-creative director at C-Squared Studio. During this time, Modu became interested in digital photography sharing and founded diverseimages.com in 1998, which later evolved into ephotos. He also worked for a variety of marketing companies, including as the chief executive officer for REBRAND, as a digital strategist for DI Digital, and as a brand strategist for Diverse Insights. In 2006, Modu joined Diverse Images, Inc. as the chief digital strategist and remained there until 2009. Following his departure from Diverse Images, Inc., Modu began working for DOTGO as a digital strategy consultant. He founded ephotos in 2012, with the goal of making the world’s images accessible to anyone with an internet connection.

Nigeria- These well dressed young men wait in the back of a church in Nigeria for Sunday school to begin. (Photo by Chi Modu/diverseimages)

Music: ML7102 – Popculture Sucks #ml7102 #joelefthandrecords @joeleftpromo

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

Underwater we walk the land barefoot looking for a nice night time bottle of freedom. We call ourselves children with no plan, looking for the heat. Position gets more change but still broke. These Themes Recorded sound as narrated by Avalon Park bullet dodgers from crawling night. Young colored Poisoned minds listening closely cleaning cracks and buckets. Flying freelance dance moves from noisy tunnels covered in writers who love clean walls, yards and lines that style wild freaking out neatly covered face mask protection. We used to sing momma lord black Jesus helps us explain again basic computations from additional additions sounds composed and mixed by self.

Produced by ML7102 / CP45JOE204 / JLHPCS
(C) 2021 Joe Left Hand Records / Culture Power45
http://www.culturepower45.com / http://www.joelefthandrecords.com
Limited edition release

music: vortx of distorsun – power to the meaning feat. Odessa Brown x Ińnana Rosè + more

Posted in Black Story, music with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on August 11, 2020 by Brother Perspective Magazine

Vortxcover pttm

Ideas images thoughts through everlasting peace from the knowing of self is the best way to describe vortx of distorsun’s Power to the Meaning. Revolution is to disturb and shift power from those who misuse power to those who uphold positive power. With power we are to spread righteousness, never neglecting and only giving towards balance peace and justice for all. Produced by vortx of distorsun. With guest poets Odessa Brown and Ińnana Rosè.
releases August 12, 2020
(c)7102 Joe Left Hand Records
Produced by vortx of distorsun
Mixed and recorded in watts, ca
www.joelefthandrords.com
Featuring vocals by Odessa Brown and Ińnana Rosè

Help Save Drutopia In Tuscon go to @dru_topia on Instagram and read his story #drutopia

Posted in bas seed, Black Story, music, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , on July 2, 2020 by Brother Perspective Magazine

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SHARE, COMMENT. SPREAD. THE. WORD. #drutopia

Video: PUBLIC ENEMY – State Of The Union (STFU) featuring DJ PREMIER @publicenemyFTP @realdjpremier @MrChuckD

Posted in Black Story, music, NYC, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , on June 19, 2020 by Brother Perspective Magazine

https://ingroov.es/state-of-the-union All we know is Trump has gotta go…. We shot this video in secret in the dead of the night. PEace Chuck D and Flavor Flav VIDEO CREDITS Executive Producers Chuck D & Flavor Flav Directed by David C. Snyder Produced by Lorrie Boula and David C. Snyder Associate Producer Chris Naab Costume Designer Dominique Ridenhour Photographed & Edited by David C. Snyder Production Company: Channel Zero Escarpment Studio

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WHATEVER IT TAKES RID OF THIS DICTACTOR
POTUS MY TAIL ASS DEBATOR
PRIMETIME, PRIMO RHYMETIME CRIME
LIKE NO OTHER IN THIS LIFETIME
WHITE HOUSE KILLER DEADIN LIFELINES
VOTE THIS JOKE OUT OR DIE TRYIN
UNPRECEDENTED DEMENTED
MANY PRESIONED NAZI GESTAPO
DICTATOR DEFENDED
ITS NOT WHAT YOU THINK ITS WHAT YOU FOLLOW
RUN FOR THEM JEWELS DRINK FROM THAT BOTTLE
ANOTHER FOUR YEARS GONNA GUT YALL HOLLOW
GUTED OUT DRIED UP BROKE AND CAN’T BORROW

State of the Union
Shut the Fuck up
Sorry ass Muther Fucker
Stay Away From Me

MR I AM THE LAW AND YOU ARE NOT
IN FACT, IM GOD I GOT A LOT
MR THESE UNITED BREAKS
TAKE OVER, COME OVER
ORANGE HAIR FEAR THE COMBOVER
HERES ANOTHER SCARE KEEP THEM HANDS IN THE AIR
BETTER NOT BREATHE You DARE NOT DARE
DON’T SAY NOTHING DON’T THINK NOTHING
MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN THE MIDDLE JUST LOVE IT
WHEN HE WANNA TALK WALK YALL STRAIGHT TO THEM OVENS
HUMAN BEINGS OF COLOR YEAH WE BE SUFFERING

State of the Union
Shut the Fuck up
Sorry ass Muther Fucker
Stay Away From Me

BETTER ROCK THAT VOTE OR VOTE FOR HELL
REAL GENERALS NOW NOT SOME U.S.F.L
NOT A FKN GAME I DID NOT MENTION HIS NAME
OPERATION 45 YEAH IT’S THE SAME THING
SOUNDS LIKE BERLIN BURNIN SAME THING
HISTORYS A MYSTERY IF YALL AINT LEARNING
END THIS CLOWN SHOW FOR REAL
A STATE BOZO
NAZI CULT 45 GESTAPO

State of the Union
Shut the Fuck up
Sorry ass Muther Fucker
Stay Away From Me

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