Listen as Saigon breaks down the significance of deciphering whats “real” and what is just a rap and ultimately, misguiding to many of the youth that are influenced by the culture and videos. I feel that the “reality” aspect of Hip Hop has been the key ingredient missing that’s contributed to the fuckery we see now, so kudos to MC’s like Saigon who are at least attempting to bridge that gap.
This is about a simple a video I found explaining what has been happening at CERN since last week. A monumental achievement for humanity, but as is it’s not official. Due to the expanse and ramifications the discovery of a quanta that has behavioral patterns of the supposed God particle, no one wants to stamp it just yet. A unit of existence that gives all things their mass and “supposedly” the breaking the symmetry of the Higgs field is what caused the universe as we know it is a pretty big deal._______Funny as I’m typing this I get a notification which you can check out after the break. But all in all, the Higgs field & particles are thee holy grail of Theoretical physics and will be continued to be sought after.
Happy Fourth, yea…The PDS Bosses know the mutt ain’t playing along so we will get right to it. This day of reverence for American Independence has far fallen from grace for many and in light of the current political, social upheavals that are currently taking place around the world; we are not far off. That epic struggle for sovereign liberty and more recently; economic liberty, is what made this land great. However that greatness has worn thin & we have finally reached the valley of social complacency, where consumer culture & convenience are the mode for daily operation. If you expect to be free, be active.
This. This my friends is DOPE!
Using Google Hangouts and a panel, the intelligence2 organizations puts Hip Hop on trial. Featuring Michael Eric Dyson, KRS-1, Questlove, Dream Hampton, Rev. Jesse Jackson, PJ O’Rourke, Q-Tip, Estelle, Toure, Jaron Lanier, and several other poets, rappers, academics and pundits engage in this mock trial.
Jasiri X drops a new visual for his take on illegal immigration on the Rhymefest assisted cut “Who’s Illegal”. Heres a little more info behind the song straight from the horse’s mouth:
In response to repressive anti-Immigration legislation SB1070 and HB56, Jasiri X, Rhymefest, and Paradise Gray traveled to Arizona and Alabama courtesy of the Sound Strike to see first hand how these unjust laws break up families, fracture communities and destroy lives.
“Who’s Illegal?” asks the question, can a nation on stolen land, built by stolen people define another group of human beings as illegal? “Who’s Illegal?” was produced by GM3 and directed by Paradise Gray.
June 11, 2012 in Knowledge
Jay Smooth gives his always unique take on the Gwyneth Paltrow “Niggas In Paris” situation. While I don’t agree with her usage of the dreaded “N” word, I will say that the artists and people as a whole shouldn’t use it at will neither, thus giving the feeling that it’s become alright to say said word. But what do I know?? *shrugs*