Archive for Black Art

Art: Taj Francis / T Λ J TENFOLD / 2nd black moon @tajfrancis #tajfrancis #africanart #art #blackart #create #sound #boombap #movement #styles #fresh

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on February 9, 2022 by Brother Perspective Magazine

T Λ J TENFOLD = artist – hunting clouds

One of my favorite things to do, is to do artwork on functional objects. I love skateboards, but of course the most I can do on one is get from point A to B without dying, but I love them regardless. Working on a custom collaboration skateboard deck, that we’ll be giving away in a contest pretty soon. Also expect to see more skateboard deck collaborations and customs in the near future.

@tajfrancis #tajfrancis #blackart #africanart #styles

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

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.

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.

Lutanda Zemba Luzamba

Album: Infinito 2017 x Positive Black Nationalist – Support Black Business @infinito2017 @joeleftpromo #75dab #infinito2017 #biko70 #joelefthandrecords

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , on October 2, 2021 by Brother Perspective Magazine

Infinito 2017 x Positive Black Nationalist – Support Black Business

Walk Into Your Own Understanding
Arranged Mixed and Mastered by JELANI

Elongation Ritual Email (Freedom of Man)
Arranged Mixed and Mastered by IKE (ee-keh)

You Are Powerless Against Africans
Arranged Mixed and Mastered by HINDOWAH

Reverse Suffrage Tax Into Fire
Arranged Mixed and Mastered by IMARA

Receive That Is Owed You
Arranged Mixed and Mastered by IKECHI

African Liberation Saving Self
Arranged Mixed and Mastered by KANI

Blacknesss Biznesss Around The Serpent
Arranged Mixed and Mastered by MUEFUNA

Desert Sand Ending Colonizers
Arranged Mixed and Mastered by Bibi

JELANI – Walk Into Your Own Understanding
IKE(ee-keh) – Freedom of Man
HINDOWAH – You Are Powerless Against Africans
IMARA – Fire
IKECHI – Receive That is Owed You
KANI – African Liberation
MUEFUNA – The Serpent
Bibi – Desert Sand

why the outsider come to my land
why the outsider steal my resources
leave colonizer
go away colonial oppressor
them not belong here
them not belong anywhere
And He who was seated on the throne said,
“Behold, I am making all things new.”
If one is free at heart, no man-made chains can bind one to

servitude, but if one’s mind is so manipulated and controlled by

the oppressor, then there will be nothing the oppressed can do

to scare his powerful masters.
You can’t separate peace from freedom because no one can be at

peace unless he has his freedom.
Africa for the Africans… at home and abroad!
Liberate the minds of men and ultimately you will liberate the

bodies of men.
All through my struggle for the independence of my country, I

have never doubted for a single instant the final triumph of the

sacred cause to which my companions and I have devoted all our

A riot is the language of the unheard.
“Racism…is a universal operating system of [whyte] Pathology and

domination in which the majority of the world’s [whyte] people


Produced by Positive Black Nationalist
Production Studio: 7Chakra9Ether Nairobi, Kenya
Vocals Recorded: by Khalid Unknown Watts, CA
Arranged Mixed and Mastered by Positive Black Nationalist /
art by Nappy9folics #75dab bonus sounds by KUE

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 #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

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


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) #cancelcolonialism

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.

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Music: Infinito 2017 – No Mythology Lies or Folklore @infinito2017 #aco #gtd #75dab #blackmusic #infinito2017 @joeleftpromo #joelefthandrecords #biko70 #raygun81

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

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

LYRICS BY INFINITO2017 art by Marcellous Lovelace #75dab
Catalog #: JLHNMLOF

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