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Re: “Finally, the Federation

Good sh*t Eric!!! Gald to see your expertise of music on the pages!! You got to live it to know it.....

Posted by Wild Seed on 10/10/2007 at 1:22 PM

Re: “How the GZA Grew Organically

hahaha!! yea....you were there!! that dancer was.....how should I say...."skilled"...(smile)... Yea Sok $25 to $30 in the town.....hard one!! You gotta bring the Clan and bring ODB back to life for that price! Though I really enjoyed the show myself as all intimate hip hop shows at 2232MLK! Had the privalege to rap along with GZA and Killa took me back to the days of high school!! ahem!! Most of all being able to chop it up with Killa the next evening at Baron' birthday party and get his feel about doing the show the night before at 2232MLK....it was nice to see the smile of pride in his eyes knowing he has mad bay love. Sok if it's you and the 2232 crew...keep bringin em back. Wheel It Back! Mr. Selecta!

Posted by Wild Seed on 05/15/2007 at 4:20 PM

Re: “Chuck D vs. Obama

Well, Barack Obama for those of us who are intelligent enough to understand that it's not about if Barack is there for hip hop or "black" people. Barack represents humanity, not a race, a culture, or a movement; however it is obvious that he has love and represents the hip hop community...I mean damn read his books! The love people have for him is the same as the unspoken head nod, or givin dap that which we in the hip hop community exchange without word....sometimes a person does not have to say anything to let you know they are down cause it just is! So why must Barack go through judgment. Now whether or not Barack says to the hip hop community that he represents them is unnecessary. In an unspoken way call it mental telepathy or whatever....it's obvious where he stands. In terms of having social influence, of course an artist has it…..in a different way.....but to have spent years of your life learning the political game and code switching the right way so you (a person of color) can be heard and make a change. That is another talent in it's own that many know, and use as a tool to advance in our society. We should not ask Barack to focus on hip hop and telling us "I'm black and I'm proud"!! … Recognize the game. Don't hate the playa hate the game....he's playin it just right!

Posted by Wild Seed on 04/09/2007 at 2:30 PM

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