The South has something to say

I run around in a world of creative people. Punk rockers, Knob twiddling noise musicians, anarchist poets, and woke dread locked dashiki wearing  types. One thread that runs through all these friends of mine, is their deep seated hate and occasional ironic appreciation for so called Trap rap.I often argue that rap today sounds so refreshingly raw and youthful , that a measure of its originality is that it scares the socks of Hip Hop fundamentalists. Hip Hop today is actually in the world of music apart from Electronic music (Which hip hop kind of is), Hip Hop is one … Continue reading The South has something to say


This is hard, this pretty much changes every week. My biases sometimes can be toward Jazz, or towards Hip hop which I have listened to for a longer time. But I will base it on how I feel now. In no particular order albums I can’t live without John Coltrane – Giant Steps 2.  Charles Mingus – Mingus Ah um 3.Voodooo – D’angelo 4.  Slum Village – Fantastic Volume 2 5.  Franco Le TP OK Jazz – Mario 6. Fela Kuti – Zombie 7.  Stevie Wonder – Innervisions 8.  Radiohead – Kid A 9. Flying Lotus 10.  Charles Mingus – … Continue reading Listography: FAVORITE ALBUMS EVER

Top 10 9th Wonder Beats

So picture a scrawny little kid from a small mining town in southern Africa. Suddenly thrown into an American college town in  the American midwest. Now you would think this kid would feel some kind of sadness which he did, but the kid was a rabid fan of rap and despite being miles away from the great epicenters of hip hop he took to hip hop opinion pages with similar if not more zeal than he did his classes, much to the chagrin of his parents. Amidst his deep conversations with hip hop heads he comes upon a group called … Continue reading Top 10 9th Wonder Beats