This is a fun episode recorded at the Seven Trees Music Center in San Jose. It is ran by producer Ronnie Lee Music ( who teaches music production at the Underserved and Gifted program) and not far from San Jose's own Traxamillion. Here we talk about the technological and cultural evolution of how music was produced way back, and how it's made today. . . We talk about the life and death of hyphy and the rise of trap music. Trax even shares a poweruful story about how he met The Jacka.
Here is a special episode of the Bishop Chronicles. It is a lecture given by Adisa Banjoko at the Malcolm X 50 Conference at Lehigh University. It illustrates the connection between rap music culture and the Civil Rights, Black Power, NOI and 5% Nation movements. It goes onto show correlations between the early life of Malcolm X in his Detroit Red phase and the life of rapper The Jacka, who was recently murdered in Oakland, CA. OR WATCH HERE
Adisa Banjoko preparing to deliver Lecture at Lehigh on Malcolm X and Hip-Hop.