- 1 year ago
Playing tracks by
KRS-One, Kendrick Lamar, Killer Mike, Skip Coon, Public Enemy and more.
A Hip-Hop "docu-mix-tape" proving Hip-Hop is still a "revolutionary tool" in spreading ideas and sparking action. Mixed by LA based by way of DC DJ, d.painter. Despite being known for Dance music in LA, D has a long history of social organizing (nonprofit Executive Director, student youth organizer, etc) and as a former WPFW talk show host. The title borrows from Paulo Friere's book and showcases Hip-Hop artists as an example of praxis in the past and current movement to gain governmental justice and economic equality for all in America.