Talib Kweli, Jean Grae, Pharoahe Monch, Mela Machinko, Lord Jamar, Sadat X, Homeboy Sandman and others speak out on the imperialistic agenda in the Congo in hopes that you will become informed by going to sites like FriendsofTheCongo.org and speak out about it too.
Dust Ruffle by Jean Grae Dust Ruffle is ten tracks of previously unreleased music from Jean Grae recorded between 2003-2010. You can stream the album for free or purchase it for $10.
Jean Grae’s “Kill Screen” video is a self-directed meditation on killing and death.
Jean Grae took inspiration from the video game Donkey Kong and came up with “Kill Screen” that’s from her upcoming Gotham Down album.
This is footage from Pharoahe Monch and Jean Grae’s recent appearance at the Cape Town International Jazz Festival in South Africa. There is also a behind the scenes look at the filming of Monch’s video for “Haile Selassie Karate.”
Jean Grae and Mela Machinko engage in some Xmas-inspired craziness against a globally warmed background in Brooklyn as Hellpit Faeries. They turned the whole sentiment into a 6-track freelease. Download Jingle F*cking Bells A Hellpit Faeries Xmas
Jean Grae was interviewed by The WellVersed in Las Vegas a month ago. She talks about a variety of things including the delay on the upcoming Cake or Death, disposable music and the shallow hyper-consuming mindset of too many fans.
Dee Vazquez updates her profile series with Jean Grae. In case you didn’t know Grae’s real job is “Professional Asshole.”
Get More: Talib Kweli, Music, More Music Videos In case you forgot about Gutter Rainbows Talib Kweli has a video for “Uh-Oh” featuring Jean Grae.
(Brooklyn, NY– August 17, 2011) The A3C Hip-Hop Festival is excited to announce updates for their seventh annual gathering this year, taking place at The Masquerade in Atlanta, Georgia, October 6-8. Included in these announcements are artist additions, discussion panels, and a host of new and returning competitions that offer cash prizes, gear, and more. [...]