In response to repressive anti-Immigration legislation SB1070 and HB56, Jasiri X, Rhymefest, and Paradise Gray traveled to Arizona and Alabama courtesy of the Sound Strike to see first hand how these unjust laws break up families, fracture communities and destroy lives.
According to Andrew, this was supposed to be the end result of Kanye and ‘Fest’s Comedy Central-based series, which ultimately never came to fruition. Check the lion getting his Barry White on and try to do the same thing Ray-J inexplicably did to Kim Kardashian. Fuck Ray-J.
In Part 2 of Good*Fella Media meets Rhymefest, they touch on having an ear for upcoming artist, watching Kanye and Eminem become iconic in front of his eyes, Playing his position in Hip Hop, and not being able to vote when Obama ran for office.
RubyHornet is back with their Closed Sessions series. Up first is GLC and Rhymefest rocking over some DJ Babu production. Hit the jump for a documentary style video showcasing the creation of the record.
Rhymefest is the first and only rapper to ever appear on “Chicago Tonight,” which airs on WTTW Channel 11. He made his second appearance this week, with host Phil Ponce. Rhymefest discusses the importance of personal responsibility, his new album and ended the appearance with two acapella performances of “Letter” and “Exodus 5.1.” – CT