SPIRIT OF TRUTH – Starchild
SUPAMAN – Prayer Loop Song
BURAKA BLUE – Love & Light
TRUTHSEEKAH – Esoteric Agenda
ATMA – Eternal Boundlessness
SON OF SATURN & LIFE SCIENTIST – Mystic Pantheon
LOST CHILDREN OF BABYLON – Where Every Breath Is A Prayer
MASTA BUILDAS – Meditation Chant
ANAHATA SACRED SOUND CURRENT – Uprising
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Hip-Hop speaks about the struggles and issues within a given community, as well as the expression of accomplishments in life. For many it is a representation of their world and their vision of reality.
Below are a variety of Hip-Hop artists that infuse the plight, as well as the powers, in their lives to express humanity with positive vibes.
FERAL THE EARTHWORM – YouTube – Website – Facebook
Caught this guy both times in Houston at For The Community. Great Spoken Word Hip-Hop artist out of Austin.
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links: Website – Facebook – YouTube REPOST: Found this band one night while looking up Hip-Hop artists that have a … Continue reading Quick Finds: Zion I & The Grouch – “Healing of the Nation” Music Video – Hip-Hop/Rap (5/11)
REBELUTIONSky Is The Limit MALI MUSICI Believe TEACHA DEESmoke and Fly COSMIC CRUSADERGaia Principle DEAD PREZNo Way as the Way … Continue reading Spotify Hip-Hop, Soul, Reggae Picks – June ’21
REPOST: Was roaming around YouTube looking up Native American artists and found LITEFOOT, probably the first Native American Hip-Hop artist I have heard of. Litefoot has been in the music scene for close to 20 years now but might be recognized best as Little Bear in the movie The Indian in the Cupboard as well as other movies including Mortal Kombat: Annihilation, Kull the Conqueror, Song Of Hiawatha and The Pearl as well as other movies and TV appearances.
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I see you at the liquor store leaving with the cheapest can of beer on the shelf
You ain’t living on the street, but you barely making rent, and I relate because I’m struggling myself
I see you smile at the clerk while you fumble through your purse, I just wish I had a little more to help
I imagine where you living, how you feeling, what you love and who you’ll be if you can make it out your hell
I see you at the bus stop, looking at the sidewalk, smoking half a cigarette, waiting for a ride
Kinda limp when you walk and look away when you talk, you’re ashamed, I can see it in your eyes
Probably got a NASCAR shirt and a car that you love, but you’re here ’cause you’re too afraid to drive
It’s been almost ten years since the day that you crashed, can’t forget about the little boy’s life
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REPOST & UPDATED: Growing collection of music on Spotify that I feel have a ‘spiritual/conscious’ edge to it. Music ranges … Continue reading Conscious Hip-Hop/Soul/Reggae Spotify Playlists
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Like anybody, I would like to live — a long life; longevity has its place. But I’m not concerned about that now. I just want to do God’s will. And He’s allowed me to go up to the mountain. And I’ve looked over. And I’ve seen the Promised Land. I may not get there with you. But I want you to know tonight, that we, as a people, will get to the Promised Land. So I’m happy, tonight. I’m not worried about anything. I’m not fearing any man. Mine eyes have seen the glory of the coming of the Lord – MLK Jr
Havent posted any new music in a while so here I am posting on a few bands I caught live … Continue reading Three bands Im totally digging at moment….
Bringing the Dharma to the Hip-Hop Community
In a world saturated with an abundance of musicians trying to make their mark in the music scene, whether it be in Rock, Metal, Country, Pop, Hip-Hop or whatever, few artists rise above with a positive message that brings peace and enlightenment as well as a realistic view of whats going on in the world around us, and even far less musicians bring about that message from a Buddhist viewpoint.
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