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Underground Feed Back Stereo – Brothers Perspective Magazine – Personal Opinion Database – The Darkness Matters Chapter 6 #brothersperspectivemagazine #blackart

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , on September 14, 2022 by Brother Perspective Magazine

Underground Feed Back Stereo – Brothers Perspective Magazine – Personal Opinion Database – The Darkness Matters Chapter 6

Life is not about a wasted struggle, but learning from this struggle! Darkness is beautiful, you must balance it with light. Seeing and not seeing to learning the unknown. It’s your job to research and study what is not understood never letting the trials and tribulations dictate your reality. Be a movement be dark and balanced knowing wisdom to overcome struggles. Life is an ongoing struggle of educating self from mistakes. With special guest: Donte El Gigante #diabetes #75dab #guncontrol #birthcontrol #gentrification #stopviolence #blackmusic #chicago #southsidechicago #blackart #redlining #maumau #biko70 #chicago #soldout #PersonalOpinionDataBase #protest #blackart #africanart #gasprices #undergroundfeedbackstereo #blackpeople #race #brothersperspectivemagazine brothersperspective.com undergroundfeedbackstereo.com joelefthandrecords.com  feat. art by instagram.com/nappy9folics www.nappy9folics.com

Ain’t Gonna Find One: Painless, Safe, and Risk-Free Way to end the Violence and Homicides by Diallo Kenyatta @diallokenyatta #diallokenyatta (7-14-2013)

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on July 24, 2022 by Brother Perspective Magazine

For those looking for a painless, safe, and risk-free way to end the violence and homicides in South Chicago, and Black communities throughout the US; I’m sorry but you ain’t gonna find one.


There are very powerful interest, who dwell far from our communities who profit greatly from the status-quo, and if you take steps to make Black communities save, empowered, and sustainable; you will disrupt their profits, their power, and their long-term agendas. So you are facing a dangerous internal enemy, and an even more dangerous, more violent, more criminal, wealthier, and more powerful external enemy. You should understand this if you want to address this issue with more than just Facebook post.


Many ignore the more powerful external enemies who wear tailored suits, and only focus on the internal enemy who prefer sagging True Religion Brand Jeans. That is a half measure and a tactic that will not only fail to reduce violence, but generate more self-hate, internal divisions, and Black flight from Black communities. If you must go after one enemy on this issue it should be the enemy that put this whole thing in motion, and derives the all the profit from the chaos.


There is only one proven method to stop oppressed, undereducated, and violent youth from killing each other, and that’s to refocus their aggression toward that external enemy; that’s how all other oppressed communities have managed to stop their youth from cannibalizing each other and eventually won full or partial liberation.

In the Warsaw Ghetto, the Jewish youth who failed to embrace the Resistance movement were attacking and killing other Jewish youth in the ghettp, they would participate in the illegal smuggling trade, and rape Jewish girls who were often too weak to resist due to starvation and illness. Not until the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising did those Jewish thugs realize that they needed to focus on the Nazis, not on getting by and attacking their own.

The same is true of Palestinian youth before the 1987 First Intifada. Palestinian youth would form gangs, and engage in vandalism, the smuggling trade, rapes, and murders. Throughout the Gaza Strip and the Israeli-occupied territories; police would find bodies of Arab youth who’d been stabbed to death, with dozens of stab wounds that were inflected by other Arab youth. When the resistance was formalized by the Palestine Liberation Organization, Arab gang violence came to a halt, and the youth turned their attention to the common enemy.

The trend has been repeated throughout history and all over the world. Those that fail to Revolutionize their youth in the face of oppression will face ongoing oppression or genocide, like the Native Americans and Africans in America.

Our oppressors understand this better than we seem to. That is way they will destroy organizations like the The Black Panther Party in just a couple of years, but allow violent street gangs to thrive for decades. You will never see this government enact a COINTELPRO against Black criminals or their organizations, but even non-violent intergraionist like SNCC and SCLC get the hammer when they start to move the youth from criminality to community connectedness and responsibility.

So if you want to save the youth you must radicalize the youth, you must educate, equip, and guide them for Revolution; not jobs, not mandated indoctrination(schooling), not god, and not the F-ing US military!

Please check out Guerrillas by Johan Lee Anderson for some additional history on youth radicalization.

Artist: Brianna Marie – @Artbybrix3 // Painter, Creative, Licensed Tattoo Artist #artbybrix #art https://xenoughsaidx.com/

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 21, 2022 by Brother Perspective Magazine

Brianna MarieArtbybrix // Painter, Creative, Licensed Tattoo Artist
IG https://www.instagram.com/artbybrix3 https://www.twitter.com/xEnoughSaidx i make cool ISH

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Underground Feed Back Stereo: Brothers Perspective Magazine – Personal Opinion Database – I Thought You Said Corn Part 2 #undergroundfeedbackstereo #africanart #brothersperspectivemagazine #art #reading #africanpodcast #nigeria #ghana #lagos #congo

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 12, 2022 by Brother Perspective Magazine

Underground Feed Back Stereo – Brothers Perspective Magazine – Personal Opinion Database –  I Thought You Said Corn Part 2

I thought you said Corn is a satirical play on words and the balance between detachment and lust. Living in a society where honest neglect is coded in poor communication, underdeveloped adults and the voids in emotional let downs are discussed in this episode. The brothers discuss desires and passions inside of world of only fans, corn hubs and S videos if you over stand the meanings. Suggestive scenes implied or otherwise for unknown MPAA film ratings were given to films as far back as the 1950’s for french films, to 1968 in the USA when subjects where questionable in films for images not suitable for minors. The stories get interesting as the graphic nature of these motion pictures from Cinema Movies, 16MM Home Video, VHS,  to present day Downloads, where adult topics can create jaded lovers, disinterest and no passion towards your significant other where love matters. Either hardcore or softcore be careful what type of visuals you train your thoughts to accept. #unknownratings #hiphop #blackart #rated #wcp #blackstories #westcoastproductions #16mm #VHS #DOWNLOADS #PersonalOpinionDataBase #protest #beats #samples #funk #undergroundfeedbackstereo #brothersperspectivemagazine brothersperspective.com undergroundfeedbackstereo.com joelefthandrecords.com  feat. art by instagram.com/nappy9folics

Art: Adaugo Nkwocha @Dougs2Dillz IG @artby.adaugo #art #blackart #africanart

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , on March 10, 2022 by Brother Perspective Magazine

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Art: Samuel Lind / “Ancestor dream” #SamuelLind #art #blackart #painting #africanart www.estudiodeartesamuellind.com

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on February 20, 2022 by Brother Perspective Magazine

Samuel Lind was raised in Loíza, Puerto Rico which has been his lifelong home. His aptitude for art was identified at an early age by one of his teachers and she provided him with materials in order to motivate him to develop his talent.

He studied in the Fine Arts University in San Juan during the seventies and was fortunate enough to be the pupil of several great artists of our country such as Augusto Marín, Lorenz Omar and José Alicea. At the beginning of his career his works were very identified with our Puerto Rican cultural traditions, especially his beloved town of Loíza which and he captured spontaneous scenes with serigraph printing. Lind has always felt enriched by the beauty of our natural surroundings. His universal message calls us to pause and reflect about the changes that are happening in our world.

Lind has always used diverse media and techniques to capture cultural scenes and tropical beauty. Having been raised in a coastal town where the majority’s livelihood was based on fishing, coconut, traditional food sales and agriculture with the passing of time he has continued to colorfully portray natural scenes and simple lifestyles. His vision awakens a more profound connection with nature.

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Art: Danii Usiade @DaniiUsiade #DaniiUsiade #art #blackart #design #africanart #create #african

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on February 17, 2022 by Brother Perspective Magazine

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Art: Ebengho Oghosa // Nigeria Love @ebengho_art #EbenghoOghosa #art #africanart #painting #lines #drawings #create #balckart

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on February 14, 2022 by Brother Perspective Magazine

I’m Ebengho, a freelance illustrator looking for work! I love to tell stories while playing around with colours

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Art: Jazmin Anita @jvzmina #blackart #art #create #moving

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , on February 11, 2022 by Brother Perspective Magazine

Currently residing in Atlanta, Jazmin Anita (she/they) is a 26 y/o Veteran, self-taught Visual Artist and Illustrator.

They strive to create, focusing on marginalized groups and representing them in ethereal, magnificent lights.

While they’ve been drawing and creating their entire life, they began exploring digital art in 2017, which re-ignited their passion for the arts. Since then, they have worked with companies and organizations like Adult Swim, Strong Black Lead on Netflix, Proper Gnar, Marvel and more.

I just want people to look at my art and say “hey, that looks like me.” / /
IG @ JVZMINA – these opinions are my own – @jvzmina art

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In Memory of: Betty Davis (July 16, 1944 – February 9, 2022) #bettydavis #condolences #blackmusic #funk #soul #blackart #art

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on February 10, 2022 by Brother Perspective Magazine

Betty Davis (July 16, 1944 – February 9, 2022)an American funk and soul singer. She is remembered for her controversially sexual lyrics and performance style, and as having been Miles Davis’s second wife.

Davis — who died on Wednesday at 77 — made music that felt ahead of its time, but maybe only in the sense that it came from the mouth of a Black woman who liked to wear sexy spacesuits. Her music’s central theme, desire, is eternal human life-force stuff, and Davis approached its scalding hotness as a form of truth-telling. “I wrote about love, really, and all the levels of love,” she told the New York Times back in 2018. “When I was writing about it, nobody was writing about it. But now everybody’s writing about it.” Washington Post

As a model in 1966, Betty first met jazz musician Miles Davis, who was 19 years her senior. At the time he was separated from his first wife, dancer Frances Davis, and was dating actress Cicely Tyson. Betty began dating Miles in early 1968, and they were married in September 1968. In just one year of marriage, she influenced him greatly by introducing him to the fashions and the new popular music trends of the era. In his autobiography, Miles credited Betty with helping to plant the seeds of his future musical explorations by introducing the trumpeter to psychedelic rock guitarist Jimi Hendrix and funk innovator Sly Stone. The Miles Davis album Filles de Kilimanjaro (1968), which features a photo portrait of Betty on the cover, includes a song named after her.

In his autobiography, Miles said Betty was “too young and wild,” and accused her of having an affair with Jimi Hendrix, which hastened the end of their marriage.Betty denied the affair stating, “I was so angry with Miles when he wrote that. It was disrespectful to Jimi and to me. Miles and I broke up because of his violent temper.” After accusing her of adultery, he filed for divorce in 1969. Miles told Jet magazine at the time that the divorce was obtained on a “temperament” charge. He added, “I’m just not the kind of cat to be married.” Hendrix and Miles remained close, planning to record, until Hendrix’s death. The influence of Hendrix and especially Sly Stone on Miles Davis was obvious on the album Bitches Brew (1970), which ushered in the era of jazz fusion. The origin of the album’s title is unknown, but some believe Miles was subtly paying tribute to Betty and her girlfriends. In fact, it is said that he originally wanted to call the album Witches Brew—it was Betty who convinced him to change it.

Davis briefly dated musician Eric Clapton, and she refused to collaborate with him.

In 1975 Davis’ lover Robert Palmer helped her secure a deal with Island Records. Shortly thereafter she released her album Nasty Gal.

Davis died on February 9, 2022, at her home in Homestead, Pennsylvania, from natural causes at the age of 77. [Wikapedia]

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