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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Who is DJ Chela?

Only one of the premier female DJ’s in the tri-state area. When she is not chopping it up on the 1’s and 2’s globally and locally she is killing it with her live acoustic guitar set. Let’s not forget the radio show. It’s on ustream if your interested. DJ Chela has just been featured on Beyond Race Magazine.. She also participated in a round table discussion called “I am an artist first” featuring Miss Laurie, Bless Roxwell, Eagle Nebula, Likwuid, AtLas, and DJ Nickiee. Be sure to check out her footage from the Winter Music Conference 2009 Spin Off where she placed 2nd out of 36 DJ’s.

Shame on the Parks Department

Shame, Shame, Shame

Shame, Shame, Shame

Shame on the Parks Department. Yesterday I took my daughter to Sunrise Playground and saw this digusting mess. There was glass, GLASS, and debris around the water fountain and garbage all over the park. I took some pictures with a camera phone and also cleaned up the glass by the water fountain. One group was there with about 10 children and another women with her child and friend even said “This park is too ghetto for us, let’s go.” TOO GHETTO. This is Rosedale. A residential community with no bodegas, no corners to hang on and pretty green lawns. Someone must have called 311 because today they made the park look superb. Shame on the Parks Department Read the rest of this entry »

Drop The Rock Rally @ Governor’s Office.

They even gave out the Patterson’s office number for everyone to call at the same time. Ha Ha!
pictures after the break

Homeland Hip Hop


A-Alikes and dead prez @ Santos Party House. RBG!

A-Alikes and Afaya

A-Alikes and Afaya

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The Soup Kitchen, Hip Hop Soul v2

Momma's Hip Hop Kitchen is open. Get your servings in.

Momma's Hip Hop Kitchen is open. Get your servings in.