Saturday, April 10, 2010

THE ARCHIVE P.III: CHRONICLE OF THE FEMCEE


"I AM AN REVOLUTIONARY WRITER"-
JESSICA CARE MOORE






This week in april opens with homage to the femcee once again, this time with a double edged sword..the music the artists produce and the life and times behind it.
Out of a plethora of pioneers we host two..motor city's invincible and fellow associates, and my fam, blackwacth movement veteran lin que. We discover the voice they apply to social issues.. insight to their personal careers, and their currents. We cacth detail to invincible's "revival" documentry, following with a span of linque's career, to a single off her newest project "GODspeed".




THE REVIVAL from EMERGENCE Media on Vimeo.

"One of the most talented emcees I've ever heard black or white, male or female..." -Talib Kweli
"Invincible is one part emcee, three parts revolutionary, but the recipe is all Hip Hop." -Shook Magazine

http://www.emergencemusic.net/
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This Queens New York native takes it back to the original feel and grit of True Hip Hop with an up to date twist, on the rocks, that you can knock back for your pleasure. You might remember her as Isis when she was down with the messenger group X Clan and The Blackwatch Movement. There was no question as to how she ended up with the nickname Lady of Thunder. Her powerful yet graceful technique was both moving and inspiring. Blackwatch played an essential role in guiding and molding the young minds of the Hip Hop community.- Linquemusic

http://www.wearethegirl.com/

THEE URBANPRIESTHOOD GROUP

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