Hip Hop, Spirituality & Empowerment

Hip-Hop is…coming home. It is a remembrance of our original truth, existence, and creative culture. In the moment, given to remember that we are light; free. Style is a verse expression. Be you. Backed with the foundation of indigenous community. Dance openly as the sparks of one flame. Rhyme and uncover time capsules of scriptural excellence- in the original tongue at the time of delivery. Lyrically one of a kind- every time. It opens.

Hip- Hop is happening right now. The 40th Anniversary of Hip-Hop celebrated the blossom of consciousness that occurred around the early 70s, in the Bronx, New York.  It never dies- as it is constantly being reborn- honored since the beginning of time.

One microphone and a voice or a circle of voices. Truth spoken in the rhythm and rhyme locking in the paradigm of Love driven Life. Like sculpting the ether into words- thus continuing to help shape the Divine. Creator will. Guru. The word manifests and with it we are blessed with the choice to vibrate light eternally.

Thank you Hip-Hop, Spirituality and Empowerment. Many all continue to inspire those who are called.



MC K. Swift

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Dresses For Haiti pt2 (models)

Please go to Dresses for Haiti.org for more information.

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Dresses For Haiti pt1

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BABA NU HERI MENSA OGUN speaks at Harriet Tubman Learning Center

Source: Baba Nu Heri Mensa Ogun

New Glory Productions Presents R.A. WALDRON aka Baba Nu Heri Mensa Ogun speaking on the understanding of Khemau Cosmological doctrine and it’s relationship to the global Moorish Paradigm.
The lecture will take place at the Harriet Tubman Learning Center in Harlem.
P.S. 154
250 West 127 Street, Manhattan, NY 10027
Phone: 212-864-2400
R.A. Waldron is the author of God Genes Decoded part 1 and part 2.

Video produced by Philthmoor08

Operation Small Axe. The Movie.

Source: Block Report Radio

“Operation Small Axe” takes a raw and unflinching look at life under police terrorism in Oakland. Through the stories of Oscar Grant ,Lovelle Mixon and POCC Minister of information JR Valrey, the film focuses on the occupation of Oakland’s
communities of color by militarized and racist police forces. Oscar Grant was shot in the back and killed by Bay Area Rapid Transit police officer Johannes Mehserle on January 1st of this year. On March 21st, Lovelle Mixon was killed by Oakland police after having allegedly shot five OPD officers, killing four.

Momma’s Hip Hop Kitchen volume 3

Momma's Hip Hop Kitchen volume 3

Momma’s Hip Hop Kitchen has hit it’s third year of powerful female performers and performances while bringing real community issues to the table. This year’s theme was back to our roots environmental justice, education and equality. Have a look at the photographs and be sure to check out their site too. Read the rest of this entry »

HELP Haiti, Chile, Turkey and Mexico. 2010 year of the earthquake.

Help Haiti Now!

Right now Haiti needs any help that you can provide. Even if you are not a spiritual person, light a candle and say a pray for the people in Haiti right now. Even you are not a rich person you can donate clothes, food and water or just use your cell phone and text money to Haiti right now.

If you do not want to use that method please go to yele.org and click on donate.
RESIDENTS IN NYC please bring your non-perishable goods to House of Art in Brooklyn.
House of Art
373 Lewis Avenue
(corner of Macon & Lewis Ave.)
Brooklyn, NY 11233
347 663-8195

Get up get out and give something!

Joell kills this!

Donate to Life Straw. They are helping to save lives in Haiti from Cholera.