"Frankenstein's need for a servant was an _expression of his diseased ego, so he created a huge, pathologically strong, demented, ugly creature. He censored the beast's activity by making him underintelligent. He erected institutions flexible enough to keep the giant working, but rigid enough to forestall any growth of his mental faculties. A brain was grudgingly attached to the beast to provide a way for it to act. The beast worked and fought the enemies of his creator. The beast was content to watch the creator flourish. He lived through his creator. And when he finally saw himself as he was, he went mad."
George L. Jackson
its time to look at some dope websites...
first up, check out the temple of hip hop .. if you register with them (its free), you get free ten tracks of KRS One's new album "Get Right." It's legit. I am for real. And its free.
once again, i have to big up my brother Keidi Obi Awadu, the Conscious Rasta, on libradio (living in black, word) ... it will ask you to register with live365.com but its worth it. This is real radio programming. He has a huge archive of great scholars. His website has a long list of CDs for sale. Please support the brother and his endeavors.
of course, the sisters on b-girl.net are well worth the visit and registration. Matter of fact it was there that i found the hook up to the temple of hip hop joint.
oh yeah , for all you conspiracy theorists, true sayers, researchers, and scientists please check out 37thparallel.org . soon we should have a nice lecture on the Matrix movies by the beginning of april so stay tuned.
For some real dope hip-hop music, check Sol Uprising... this group is dope. i cannot stress that enough. check them out.
also check out undergroud soul .. this one is dope. and most folks believe that R&B has gone down the drain...
"...haven't we learned the lesson that, no matter how rich or famous you become as a Rap artist, if the kulture of Hip-Hop is not your primary focus, all success gained by way of corporate validation is temporary and of no use to your real life as an adult."
-- KRS One