Man, these phone companies, I'm tellin' you. This is just stupid. I used to be with AT&T so this gets under my skin - they're going to throttle any remaining (read: grandfathered) plan that has…Continue
Everytime I see a "Black" rap video (you know the deal: pimp, hos, drugs and any other negative stereotype we have) and seeing how people praise it so or buy into this crap, I always think of this…Continue
I sent in my pitch to be an AfroPunk blogger and it's my second try (I felt my first one was crappy) but I haven't gotten a reply back. I know you guys are rehashing the site but I was wondering if…Continue
Ugh, I've been fighting with my poor scalp for the longest time. It keeps flaking and getting itchy even. I have permed hair (tho I have thought about wearing it natural but that's someday, not…Continue
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I had the chance to catch up with tagger Baja Ukweli after the Afro-Punk Festival. Here's what he had to say about his experience on this year's festival:
Me: How long have you been graffing/tagging?
Baja Ukweli: I have been tagging since the early 80's
Earlier this month I went to see Saul Williams and Dri Fish perform spoken word here in Baltimore. It was a fantastic show and excuse the crappy photos for I was in the back and with a new camera that apparently sucks at long range.
Femi the Dri Fish's set was short but very well done. Although he performs with a band now, he had his starts as a spoken word poet as part of a duo called 5th L so doing spoken word came…Continue
Since September 17th, there has been a long occupation happening in NYC and starting to spread all over the nation and even bits and pieces of the world: Occupy Wall Street.
There has been stirring among the people of America and the rest of the world that I think all of us can relate to in one way or another – hard time finding a job; college feels more like a bait and switch scheme titled “The American Dream” than a pass to bigger and better things; bills, loans and collectors…