Spoken Honestly: Ian Kamau from StudioFeed on Vimeo. A few months ago I was asked by an independent music blog called Studiofeed to do a short doc piece. I’ve been wanting to do something like this for a while so of course I accepted, it was an opportunity to speak about my art in some […]
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I stumbled on this short documentary by Dazed TV on the Dazed Vimeo a few weeks ago after watching another doc on Grimes (who supposedly only showers once to five times a week, that is grimy). Anyway, The Generation OS13 documentary is an interesting look at contemporary culture and recent resistance to the powers that […]
I don’t know much about Om’Mas Keith but I like this video and what he’s doing musically doing interesting. I know more about his production partner in Sa Ra, Shafiq Husayn who did a crazy joint (with a crazy video) with Bilal not too long ago (posted below).
The Roots are some of the hardest working musicians in hip hop and certainly one of the best live hip hop shows you will ever see in your life. Legendary.
Thank you someone for finally explaining where this thing came from.
My friend Sabriya Simon sent me this. It’s a short piece by The Guardian about street fashion blogger Manou. Another friend, Mriga and her business partner Amrit are also in this, they have a clothing business called Nor Black Nor White, a pleasant surprise to see, plus they are in Vogue India this month (wtf?.. […]
I’ve taken issue with Jay Electronica ever since his women choking sex comments live and in public on the Manifesto stage in downtown Toronto. The brother also went over his set time in a public square ensuring that Black Thought & J Period had to cut their set time (showing his general disrespect for the […]
Something about quiet, strange, loner, do it yourself types that I find really endearing. Veronica Vasicka from Minimal Wave Records gives a kind of slow interview but I still find her very interesting. Too bad introverts rarely meet each other.
I ran into this documentary a few months back. Skateistan is about a group of young people in Kabul and their hobby of skateboarding. I’m always skeptical when I see things like this of the motives of the people who create these kind of programs in places away from North America; is it well intentioned […]
Michael Seidenberg of Brazenhead Books kind of reminds me of my father. Mr. Seidenberg is a bookseller who operates a secret bookstore somewhere in New York City. Just the idea of a secrecy bookstore was interesting. The more I realize who I am the more I realize that I need to not be attached to […]