“…a global highway for Afrik/can people…” ~ Fela Kuti via Jidenna’s Worth the Weight ft. Seun Kuti [WOKE HOP]

https://youtu.be/DdeKOG22gNU?list=PLnKbEZAr8TUK9bYLQl-s1dOoTP903TJJl Jidenna – Worth the Weight ft. Seun Kuti   Afrispora has been [rimarily one human’s ‘tool’/vehicle’ to consistently  in inFORMal + FORMal ways SUPPORT +SUPPPLEMENT socio-cultural + sociopolitical happenings in typically progressive + pan-Afrik/can ways… #DrClayborneSayings TITLE: “…a global highway for Afrik/can people…” ~ Fela Kuti via Jidenna’s Worth the Weight ft. Seun Kuti

Better Than This – Dego & Kaidi Tatham + 2000Black +++ [LIFE ANTHEMS]

FOR ME THESE TRACKS ARE TRANCE-INDUCING…YOU LIKE?   UPDATE TO BLOG = The official video for the track I was drawn to with the help of Kaidi and Dego’s musical treatment of this special sound art   Voila!     …sporting those Vans Chukka boots back in 1993 with the gap fit on at the

“Ghettos of the Mind”[LIFE ANTHEMS]

…teaching “History of the Americas” at L.A. Southwest College this Fall has t lead me to complete some critical thoughts…not limited to the limitations of my mind.   Genetic proof that folks from the Catalina Islands made their way by boat to inhabit Central America and South America. #DrDDClayborne

Del The Funky (eFunkee) Homosapien [SALUTE!]

Who else is a Del, for that matter Hip hop Eliteness ~ Hieroglyphics and Souls of Mischief head? Some choice music here…. “Hip hop Eliteness” #DrClayborneSayings One of the best to have done it! “…the slaves that are our ancestors…”

Dapper by Domo Genesis f. Anderson .Paak +++ [LIFE ANTHEMS]

Righteous fellas, A straight boogie joint, thanks! from Don Dada + UPDATE see Anderson .Paak tag IT LEADS TO EPICNESS trust me on this.  Please give me Jay-Z like credit and backup/support “…I reiterate…way too complacent in My Ways too often…tranquil…” = Unique Dopeness #DrClayborneSayings

“Coz Ov Money” starring Wanlov and his folks in Ghana, West Africa [MOVIESPORA]

  More info to come. 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