Famed battle rapper and urban activist Immortal Technique speaks on the differences in battle rap today, thanks to the exposure gained from the Internet. He also explains why young artists should open their eyes to the details of the business aspect of battle rapping, so they don’t get taken advantage of when they start out.
Famed rapper and urban activist Immortal Technique shares his thoughts on people’s fascination with the secret society, The Illuminati, but he says people should be more scared of corporations. He also speaks about how certain decisions made in the government are controlling our lives on a deeper level than we actually see. “Remove your clothes!” [cont.]
Famed rapper and urban activist Immortal Technique opens up about his time in prison and what led to the life changing event. He also speaks about having a bad temper growing up while living in a “different NY,” and how his mind has changed since then.
Immortal Technique continued his in depth interview with Battle Rap journalist Michael Hughes, at the VladTV headquarters, this time speaking on the presence of gang affiliation existing in Battle Rap. Technique addressed the presence of street gangs being involved in Battle Rap, but instead of focusing on the negative associations that most people might address, [cont.]
For Akir, words aren’t just words—they’re credos, rallying cries; a way of life. His name, for example, is an acronym for “Always Keep It Real” has zero to do with tired rap clichés, or a small-minded view of what rap is and can be. Akir’s trademark raspy flow, his intricate nonstop rhyme patterns and his [cont.]
Famed rapper and urban activist Immortal Technique explains what we can learn from the George Zimmerman case, explaining why the current cycle that’s playing out in urban areas can’t continue. He also shares his thoughts on Zimmerman trying to tap into his hispanic heritage at the beginning of the case, but not really repping his [cont.]
Famed rapper and urban activist Immortal Technique shares his thoughts on the Trayvon Martin case, explaining that people will quickly forget about the impact of the case due to all the distraction in the media. He also speaks about racial profiling, and how things might be different if Trayvon was the same age as George [cont.]
Rapper and famed urban activist Immortal Technique explains how he feels about the marches in support of Trayvon Martin, revealing that he thinks they should continue, so they can make a change.
Famed hip hop artist and urban activist Immortal Technique shares his thoughts on the George Zimmerman trial and verdict, explaining what he meant when he said “Zimmerman is the new OJ.” Immortal Technique also reveals whether he thinks the trial will go to Civil Trial, what he thinks of Zimmerman supporters, and the conversations that [cont.]
Famed rapper and urban activist Immortal Technique explains where he stood in the 90′s when people were heavily comparing Biggie vs Tupac in the East Coast vs West Coast beef. Immortal Technique also talks about how battle rapping has evolved over the years, how social media has changed things, and why some battle rappers would [cont.]
Famed rapper and urban activist Immortal Technique shares his thoughts on different races saying the n-word, telling a story about when he had to school his cellmate after he blurted out the controversial word. Immortal Technique also explains why you can’t force someone not to say the n-word, you can only educate them.
Backstage at Paid Dues Hard Knock TV caught up with Immortal Technique. In this interview Immortal talks to Nick Huff Barili about early Hip Hop memories, being locked up in prison, Monsanto lobbying Obama, interactions with fans on twitter and the work he is doing with The Green Light Project. Oh yeah and his new [cont.]
Backstage at Paid Dues we caught up with two leaders of the independent movement Immortal Technique and Tech N9ne. In this interview the two Techs talk about what it means to be independent, how technology has helped the movement and how we need to improve Black and Brown relations in LA.
At Paid Dues 2013, Immortal Technique talks about working with DJ Premier, Green Lantern, and Ali Shaheed Muhammad on his highly anticipated album “Middle Passage,” hanging out with Van Halen frontman David Lee Roth, and being the authority on hip-hop.
Immortal Technique joins the Blap On The Radio Crew and speaks on his creative process and how he has remained humble.
Yes, that Alex Jones. Immortal Technique sits down with fiery gun-lover Alex Jones, who starts this interview by showing a giant anti-tank weapon.
Part 4 of Hard Knock TV’s interview with Immortal Technique, starts with talking to about the media blackout of the ethnic cleansing of Muslims in Burma. Technique continues by addressing Syria and US Foreign Policy. Stating that the US government is not trying to stop communism or end the Taliban there are just against people [cont.]
Exclusive in-depth interview with Immortal Technique at Rock The Bells . Part 3 starts with Technique talking to Nick Huff Barili about his new documentary: The (R)evolution of Immortal Technique and how he wouldn’t have been able to accomplish all he has if he was signed to a major label. Tech goes on to define [cont.]
Hard Knock TV’s in-depth interview with Immortal Technique at Rock The Bells . Part 2 starts with Technique talking to Nick Huff Barili about the up coming presidential elections and how he cant see why Latinos would vote for Mitt Romney. Other topics in this interview include Israel, Christopher Columbus, Immigration, Barack Obama, former president [cont.]
In a recent interview with Vlad TV, Immortal Technique spoke to the possibility on Mitt Romney winning the 2012 presidential election. He doesn’t think he’ll win, and either do we.
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