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Cormega ft. General Steele, Redman, Lil Fame, stic.man, Maya Azucena & The Revelations – I Made A Difference

Wednesday, May 18th, 2011

Here is the full version of Mega’s tribute to the people of Haiti. Stream only.

Previously: Cormega Debuts New Single “I Made A Difference”

Video: stic.man ft. Divine – Back On My Regime

Monday, March 21st, 2011

Here’s a new one from stic.man of dead prez and Divine. stic is on his Be Healthy shit hard and we’ll no doubt be hearing alot about that on his upcoming solo project, The Workout Album.

Video: NahMean Episode 3: God & Hip-Hop

Friday, September 25th, 2009

Here’s episode 3 of and John Public and Nah Right’s NahMean man-on-the-street opinion series. In this segment we tackle a sensitive topic: God and Hip-Hop.

John explains:

God and Hip-Hop have always had a complicated relationship. We wanted to explore first whether fans of the music wanted to talk about God, but also if the two can successfully co-exist in a mainstream capacity. What we found was unexpected: people WANTED to talk about it and there were a wide-range of opinions on the topic from both artists and fans that raised the question of if the industry and pop culture are truly in touch with what people on the corner and in their homes are talking about. This episode features Skyzoo, stic.man of Dead Prez and a good number of opinionated music consumers talking back and revealing some surprisingly honest perspectives on a topic considered taboo.

To be honest with you, although I’m happy with how this episode turned out, I was initially hesitant when John suggested this topic. Whereas we usually flesh these things out in a couple of e-mails or over Gtalk, we actually had to jump on the phone in order to discuss and agree on how to approach this topic. As somebody with strong personal feelings about the concept of a higher power, religion and spirituality, there are a bunch of opinions set forth in this clip that I disagree with, or just straight up feel are horse shit. I guarantee that had I been the one walking around interviewing people, half of those interviews probably would’ve ended in screaming matches…ha ha.  So yeah, it’s probably better that John handles that portion of the series. I could probably argue talk about these topics for hours, but I learned a long time ago that it’s damn near pointless to argue with human beings about what they believe.

Previously: NahMean Episode 2: Sensationalist Journalism in Hip-Hop

Video: dead prez Gets The Pulse Of The People

Wednesday, May 13th, 2009

Ballerstatus caught up with dp on the set of their new video:

In this episode of “With Souleo…” host, Souleo, kidnaps M1 and Stic.Man of Dead Prez from the set of their upcoming music video, throws them on the streets of Brooklyn to interact with strangers, and makes them say crazy things like, “F*** the Police!” Ok, that’s not exactly what occurred, but ya get the idea. Ch-ch-check it out! The duo’s forthcoming album, Pulse of the People, drops June 23rd, via Invasion/The Orchard.

Previously: dead prez OnDaSpot Freestyle (Video)

Video: stic.man ft. Young Noble – My S.W.A.G. is Up

Wednesday, April 8th, 2009

Though some feel the term “swag” has become overused and abused, stic.man of dead prez dares to offer a refreshing perspective on his new single and video “My Swag is Up” from his on-line exclusive debut solo album Manhood Deluxe Edition. Exhibiting stic.man’ssignature balance of raw energy, positive attitude and heart felt inspiration,“My Swag is Up” is the underdog success anthem of the Summer.

The new video is directed by The Horne Brothers, an Atlanta based, Black owned and operated film company and co-produced by legendary Hip hop photographer Shannon McCollum.

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