Positive hip hop for ya ears!
Remember folks – Jazz, Blues, Hip Hop, R&B and even Rock (yes Rock) music came from Black people. Our stolen culture has got those who are conscious enough to know quite frustrated.
I am a fan of Azealia Banks & the state of hip hop is in need of reconstruction within mainstream entertainment. This interview w| Ebro and Peter Rosenberg of Hot 97 is the type of discussions I love to see when it comes to our culture. This is how the awake young black america feels.
In the height of all our black men being killed by cops – a song that addresses these issue that has haunted our communities for centuries.
Rumain Brisbon, 34-years old was shot & killed in Phoenix, Arizona.
Police shot Brisbon last week after mistaking a PILL BOTTLE IN HIS POCKET for a gun. At the march, protesters remembered Brisbon and demanded justice over this death.
The Phoenix PD has been identified the officer as Mark Rine, a 7-year veteran of the department.
“He has been reassigned to a non-enforcement duty pending the outcome of the investigation,” Phoenix Police Sergeant Trent Crump says in a statement.
The body count just keeps rising in this country with police killings – majority racially motivated and others mostly consisting of people with mental health issues. They say justice is served when investigating themselves. That is the opposite of any truth to the numerous killings by officers.
A separate team not under the system which the police and DA have a close relationship, yet a team which is to have or show no bias in cases such as these where justice is 99% of the time missing.
He’s conscious, he speaks the real, he tells stories and is pro-active within his communities when it comes to Black issues in this country. If it’s hip hop you want to provoke thoughts and emotions, he’s one of the artists who can deliver.
J. Cole is the type of hip hop artists we need in this anti-black-conscious-true music scene | system & if there is an album to purchase in 2014, it’s Forest Hills Drive.