Shepard Fairey And The Divine Way Of Ebenezer .:Oct 26 10:.
A while before we knew better, a man named Shepard learned all of the secrets of the universe from a man he never met. Chief Commander Ebenezer OBEY. Rumors say Ebenezer told Shepard how to navigate in this world through the power of his word. OBEY never had a stronger power than through their combined efforts to conquer the youth. Many say its divinity and others rue the blasphemy. At any rate Shepard has made his mark through American traditions of exploitation and inundation and the word has been passed on through holy/clandestine means, depending on your point of view. OBEY is not just an an American hallmark but a universal one as well Existence76
Roll Call: Vol. Threeve .:Oct 26 10:.
Jimmy Powers 2010 SDMA Performance .:Sep 14 10:.
Roll Call:The Rise Of Norris El Matador .:Jul 12 10:.
This is the 2nd Roll Call Compilation from Homegrownblends. Once again the Homegrownblends camp puts a compilation together of remixes, original beats and musical creations that reflect our creativity and musical knowledge. Everything from original sampled beats, posse cuts and dope remixes, our camp is happy to present a free package for download out of our love for music. Original artwork by Existence76's mom and Jo_ills creative vision.
Who is Clutchy Hopkins? .:May 11 10:.
Peace GURU .:Apr 21 10:.
I'm not sure if Keith Elam was the best rapper I've ever heard. I'm not sure that he was more than a one-dimensional Golden Voice. I'm not sure how I felt when he went into a coma in February under suspicious circumstance. I'm not sure how to feel about second and third hand stories about family/business associate beef during his comatose period. I wasn't sure how to feel when I heard of his passing yesterday. And then I thought about how sure I was that Gangstarr gave me so much vision into no bullshit music that represented skills and never fakeness or flash. I'm definitely sure that HARD TO EARN(1994) and MOMENT OF TRUTH(1998) cemented timeless classics for me and for many others. I'm sure that JAZZMATAZZ gave me insight into a backbone of music(JAZZ) that our generation needed to know about and to cherish. I'm sure to be thankful for someone like GURU who wanted influence people and to pass along a message without sounding too hard or emo. I know we lost a special vibe that will be hard to emulate and messenger that influenced many on his own terms. RIP GURU