#FERGUSON

#FERGUSON
A collection of articles
After the non- indictment decision in the Mike Brown's case, the streets of the american cities have been flooded by people protesting the criminal justice system and the abuses and violence perpetrated by police in communities of color. I've been asked to write and record audio podcast, things for whom [...]

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Making Peace With Big Bank Hank

Making Peace With Big Bank Hank
by Grandmaster Caz
Grandmaster Caz, aka Casanova Fly, remembers the old friend who “borrowed” his name and lyrics for “Rapper’s Delight”. When I met “Big Bank” Hank he was the doorman at a club called the Executive Playhouse in The Bronx. It was 1977 or 1978, I’m not sure. I was performing then as Casanova [...]

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Freddy Stone discusses Stand!

Freddy Stone discusses Stand!
45th Anniversary
By the end of the 1960s, Sylvester “Sly Stone” Stewart, Frederick “Freddie Stone” Stewart, Rosemary “Rose Stone” Stewart, Cynthia Robinson, Larry Graham, Greg Errico, and Jerry Martini had become cornerstones within the psychedelic soul genre, which would become the foundation that funk music was built on. Behind the scenes, Sly [...]

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Do The Math: Indie vs Major

Do The Math: Indie vs Major
A Rap Breakdown
In this incredible article, Wendy Day breaks it down on the Music Industry. An indepth look at the numbers behind record sale and the trade off to start earning. Wendy show the difference between an Indie or a Major artist coming to the conclusion that you don’t have to let [...]

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From The Barbershop To Hip-Hop

From The Barbershop To Hip-Hop
George Clinton's Musical life
The emperor of intergalactic funk is out with a new memoir, and he has stories to tell. George Clinton's life in music spans six decades, from doo-wop to hip-hop. Along the way, Clinton turned two bands — Parliament and Funkadelic — into a caravan of funkified soul, rock, science fiction and [...]

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From Assata Shakur To Mike Brown

From Assata Shakur To Mike Brown
Workshop with AP2P
NOMAMA PROJECT insieme U.NET| BONNOT | M-1 | INOKI - GIOVEDì 6 novembre @ Centro Sociale Cantiere dalle h.19:30 si comincia con il laboratorio Hip Hop h.21 Cena popolare h.22 LIVE: M-1 (DEAD PREZ) & Bonnot (Assalti frontali) + Inoki Ness h. 19.00 WORKSHOP HIP HOP: Partiremo da Ferguson poichè è stata necessaria proprio una rivolta razziale per [...]

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