Monday, February 1, 2010


“If you tremble indignation at every injustice then you are a comrade of mine.”
Ernesto "che" Guevara
Interview by Prop Anon – Immortal Technique is an artist in the lineage of Zach De LaRocha and Chuck D, and he needs to be listened to. His story is a testament to the power of the pen. Born in Peru and raised in Harlem as a child, he found himself in trouble with the law as a teenager and young man. After serving time in prison for a couple years and becoming free, in more ways than one, Immortal Technique worked his way up through New York City underground Hip-Hop in the early 2000’s battle-rap scene. During this period, Tech got a name for himself for delivering vitriolic rhyme schemes deconstructing a system that has repeatedly lied to many in order to benefit a

Z.A-The voice of hip hop culture is clearly evident in political matters..the jugganaut of activism has encouraged consciousness of our societies. From exposing the ills, and constructing solutions. The revolutionary in hiphop culture, seeks to change, and showcase the need for change. Especially in the plight of minortites. Monday shows full blooded revolutionary- artist immortal technique, and the people's voice dead prez. Below is "modern day slavery" joel ortiz feat.immortal technique, an exposition on the system in relation to minorties.


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