Episode 3: Mwalim pays tribute to Women's History Month, discusses the importance of parental involvement in the education process, a bit of the Louis Apollon Band, the Mass Hip-hop Archive, and a performance by The ZYG.…
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As a performer and historian, The ZYG attends historic event, kicking of the collecting of memorabilia and memories of the Hip-Hop movements growth and development in Massachusetts, parallel to the New York scene.
Part of being a Griot is being a historian and keeper of information… Continue
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AleXx Stone is a upcoming artist originally from the Bronx but is now located in east Tn AleXx recorded his 1st track in his Dad's Studio at the age of 9 Stone gain musical inspiration from artist like DMX & Styles P growing up AleXx plans on being at the top of his game in the next 5 years… Continue
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Mwalim's discussion: Studying Music vs. Shooting-From-The-Hip with 'Natural Ability'. Studying music, be it from a teacher, mentor or self-taught has many advantages that go beyond learning to play an instrument or sing. Also selections from the Louis Apollon Band's performance at Great Woods.…
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"Get Me Out of Wakanda": Articles and Analysis of Black Panther Movie… Continue
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THE MANHOOD LINE: LIVE! By Mike Ramey.
I’ve been noticing something in a wide variety of TV commercials over the last several years, be they on the main TV networks, on cable, or further into the television universe. It seems that families having sons, has fallen out-of-vogue among the ‘wizards of smart’ on Madison Avenue. Daughters have become the ‘fixture’ among the advertisers…a trend I find very, very disturbing.
Why? I’m glad that you… Continue
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BY MIKE RAMEY
“Just because you ignore me; don’t mean that I’m not here.”
--James A. Green, Pastor
To understand the mindset of Harold Bell, you would have to understand his heroes were not the black athletes he admired like Jack Johnson, Joe Louis,… Continue
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It was a brisk March evening in Falmouth, Massachusetts when The GroovaLottos made their debut in 2011. They had a three hour set and only five songs. How did they do it?
"We had been jamming in the carriage house for almost two years and sounded pretty good," recalls Mwalim DaPhunkee Professor, "I had brought in a digital recorder and we even made a demo of about 4 or five songs." "The only thing," added Eddie Ray Johnson, "was that all we… Continue
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Hip-hop Jazz Percussionist & MC, The ZYG performs in Boston for the
Annual Prince Hall BlackHistory Month Program, bringing socially conscious hip-hop to a appreciative audience.
It was the talents of the upcoming generation was highlighted at the Annual Black History Month event, hosted by the Prince Hall Grand Lodge of Massachusetts. About 200 community people filled the William E. Reed Auditorium in Dorchester on Sunday, February… Continue
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Mayor Walter Washington and me hanging out with the boys after the riots
NBC WRC-TV 4 aired a Black History Month special on Sunday February 25, 2018. The program looked back on the 1968 riots in Washington, DC without an eye witness account. NBC WRC TV4 relied on he say, she say to tell our story and history. I was on the U Street corridor during the riots for 4 days.…
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Carver Bancorp, Inc. (the "Company") (Nasdaq: CARV), the holding company for Carver Federal Savings Bank ("Carver" or the "Bank"), announced today that the Bank has entered into a sale and leaseback property arrangement that will allow the Bank to maintain its branch presence at its 75 W. 125th… Continue
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Red and Dotie Auerbach share a laugh with Inside Sports host Harold Bell and telephone guest, tennis legend Jimmy Connors.
NBA legend Red Auerbach and abolitionist John Brown had more in common than the color of their skin. These two white men stood up for black folks when they could not stand… Continue
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Stress, anxiety and tensions are the words that come in every re locator's mind when they need to shift their home.… Continue
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According to new consumer insights from Nielsen, the global performance management company that provides a comprehensive understanding of what consumers watch, buy and listen to, Black consumers and… Continue
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Grammy nominated band reflects on the spiritual philosophies that inform their musical fellowship including the spirit animal that guides their journey. Playing in Welfleet in March.…
Added by Mwalim *7) DaPhunkeeProfessor on February 20, 2018 at 8:00am —
“The artist elects to fight for freedom or slavery.
I have made my choice! I had no alternative!”
Table of… Continue
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The spirit energy that fueled Hip-hop can be found in the
parks of The Bronx. The ZYG pays a visit to his musical roots and talks about the African, African American, and Caribbean oral and musical traditions that are at the roots of rap music.
BRONX, NY - Standing in Devoe Park, The ZYG finds himself literally at one of the significant crossroads ofHip-hop, where Sedewick Avenue and Fordam Road intersect.… Continue
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After watching and being inspired by the Black Panther Movie, I decided to create a Youtube Challenge with a song that I wrote to promote a Black African American Renaissance to implement The Quiet Resolution (TQR, Inc.)… Continue
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