’60 to Tranzinfinity - Drop’n Jewlz for the Nu-Blahck Struggle!
by Adisa Omar
Publication Date: Apr 19, 2001
List Price: Unavailable
Format: Paperback, 108 pages
Imprint: AKU Press International
Publisher: AKU Press International
Parent Company: AKU Press International
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From ’ole school to nu-skool’ the face of popular music with the African-American community has evolved into a dynamic creative expression (Hip-Hop/Rap) with some unique commerical underpinnings. We have evolved from P-Funk and ’its got to be real’ to Hip-Hop and ’I’m feel’n you’ - from ’you my main man’ to ’you my dog.’ This Second Revised Edition is expanded and includes a free CD of Adisa Maina Omar performing "Live" his original poetry/lyric-oetry. With titles like: "Sweat Shop", "Minimum Security" and "In Light of the Qu’ran" this is sure to be a classic for years to come.