SALUTE! ~ J Dilla

Never blogged about one of the dopest to ever do it.  This set did much respect fellas, hats off

Fight Lupus! It took my Granny via Pops and two of my cousins his niece and nephew… Rest In Paradise my loved ones and my broth via the Arts.

Timeless sounds

“The Miles Davis of Hip Hop” #Afrispora #BrilliantBrothas #SmartSistas


12 Great Black Women… (Reposted from outside site)



“Queen Ahmose-Nefertari (circa 1570-1530 B.C.) was an active participant, along with her husband King Ahmose, in the final defeat and ejection from Africa of the hated Hyksos invaders and occupiers. As such, she was regarded as a national hero and one of the outstanding figures in African history. Indeed, she was a co-founder of the glorious 18th dynasty of Kmt — called “The greatest royal family that ever mounted a throne.”

Ahmose-Nefertari was born a royal heiress to the thone and became one of Kmt’s most beloved and audacious women. After her husband’s brilliant reign, she ruled the land with her son, King Amenhotep I.

It would not be inaccurate to say that Ahmose-Nefertari was venerated, a practice that continued for more than 600 years after her death. To her memory was attached a special priesthood, who recited in her honor a prayer only used in addressing the pantheon of the most powerful deities in the land. Ahmose-Nefertari was titled “God’s Wife of Amen” and held a position as a priestess in the national religious center. It is interesting too that the surviving portraits of Ahmose-Nefertari are all painted Black — a sign further illustrating her great prominence.”

MOVIESPORA: : Coz Ov Money starring Wanlov and his folks in Ghana, West Africa


More info to come.

I was the presenter for a viewing of this film at Cal State, Los Angeles since I am friends with Dr. Msia Clark, who at the time was a prof professor of African hip hop among other topics there.She is now at Howard University.

It was honored and proud to have bren a part of this important film.

I hwas enthused to support.

I also am a personal of Wanlov Tha Kubolor from his time in Los Angeles and even ran into him at the leading hip hop venue in Accra, Ghana- Bless The Mic created by P.Y. Addo