Produced by Mike the Martyr, from Muja Messiah’s God Kissed It The Devil Missed It on iTunes now. Directed by Adam Stanzak.
Brother Ali: “We’re very excited and grateful to be headed out on our Home Away From Home Tour with Bambu, MaLLy and Last Word. Anyone who’s experienced my headlining tours knows that I like to have one DJ and one host for the entire evening and I choose my support artists very carefully. If you’re [cont.]
Taken from Hilltop Hoods’ Walking Under Stars LP, available now.
From Sway’s Universe: In the first clip, Brother Ali and Prof stopped by Sway in the Morning’s station at the 2014 Soundset Festival. First, Sway decided to cross check the rappers’ knowledge of their home town of Minnesota. Then Ali spoke about cultural appropriation and accepting that as a white person that he is a [cont.]
Brother Ali tells us: “As we embark on the War And Peace Tour with my brother, Immortal Technique, I’m excited to release a new musical project. “Left In The Deck” is a collection of 10 raw, grimy recordings made in basements and hotel rooms around the world. This demo-tape style release was produced entirely by [cont.]
R.A. The Rugged Man’s acclaimed new album Legends Never Die finds the legendary rapper linking up with a number of high-profile peers, including Tech N9ne, Talib Kweli, Hopsin, Vinnie Paz, and Krizz Kaliko. One of the most talked-about collaborations on the album is “The Dangerous Three,” featuring both Brother Ali and Masta Ace. Now, R.A. [cont.]
Brother Ali weighs in on the recent closing of the Zimmerman trial, and the death of Trayvon Martin. He writes: “I made this video in conversation with people who follow me on social media about Racism in our society. People are going to have all kinds of reactions in the comments including hate. If you [cont.]
In part 2 of Hard Knock TV’s interview with Brother Ali, he says that the Trayvon Martin/George Zimmerman case is a great opportunity to explore legacy of racism. He speaks on white guilt, reverse racism, race baiting and more.
Exclusive in-depth interview from Hard Knock TV with Brother Ali. In part 1 he talks about Trayvon Martin, George Zimmerman and how people are trying to work around the fact that the case demonstrates institutional racism in America and that a lot of people would rather ignore it. Brother Ali says that we are speaking [cont.]
For the third track from Soul Tools Entertainment’s Soul ToolsDay series Reggie Reg provides a spacey backdrop for Rhymesayers Entertainment emcee Brother Ali to rock on. “Don’t Mess With Me” is hypnotizing display from both Reggie Reg with the production and Brother Ali with the rhymes, definitely one of those tracks fans will have on [cont.]
R.A. The Rugged Man takes fans inside a recent studio session alongside producer Mr. Green, working on the new collaboration “The Dangerous Three” featuring Brother Ali and Masta Ace. “The Dangerous Three” will be featured on R.A.’s new album “Legends Never Die,” in stores April 30th 2013.
With his long-awaited full-length solo project Ascension now available digitally, Jasiri X is debuting the latest video off the project: “Pillars” featuring Rhymesayers emcee Brother Ali. Ascension, produced entirely by Religion, is available at the links below.
From 2012′s Mourning In America & Dreaming In Color. Produced by Jake One. Video directed by Andrew Melby/One Light Collective.
P.E. have released a mix of their last two albums, The Evil Empire Of Everything and Most Of My Heroes Still Don’t Appear On No Stamps, combining them into one tightly-knit 11-track project called Evil vs. Heroes. The set is available on iTunes now.
With his long-awaited full-length solo project Ascension dropping soon, Jasiri X is is debuting the latest single off the project, “The Pillars” featuring Rhymesayers emcee Brother Ali. Ascension, produced entirely by Religion, hits iTunes and all other digital retailers on March 26th, 2013 via Wandering Worx / Greenstreets Entertainment. The Pillars – Featuring Brother Ali [cont.]
Nardwuar is immortalized by Brother Ali in this new track built around samples from the records given to him in their last interview. Ali writes: I’ve had the pleasure of being interviewed and featured in some of the most incredible publications but the most entertaining and interesting interviews Ive ever had was with the one [cont.]
The Rhymesayers crew serves up this new track to kick off the Welcome To Minnesota Tour for 2013. Produced by Ant. 03.01.13 – Bemidji, MN @ Sanford Center 03.02.13 – Duluth, MN @ Clyde Iron Works 03.03.13 – St. Cloud, MN @ Red Carpet 03.04.13 – Mankato, MN @ Verizon Wireless Center Ballroom 03.05.13 – [cont.]
Brother Ali speaks with The Bee Shine about what inspires him, in this exclusive video clip.
The famed Minneapolis rapper got real about a number of topics including the upcoming presidential election, which he believes is more symbolic than anything else, but encourages voters to get educated about each candidate. Ali also speaks on being a white albino rapper, and believes that everything is easier as a white person, but he [cont.]
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