Eversince Lupe Fiasco released "Bitch Bad", I was thinking where the Female voice was in Hip Hop. Nicki Menaj and Azelia are bubble gum wrappers that don't have much chew capacity. Mc's are not absent, they are strong in all parts of the world.
I am drawn to the sisterhood in Atlanta where the MC's are releasing lyrics to the highest super delight, no need for repetitive materialistic chants-just solid dope lyricists that don't spit from an adam's apple and represent Respect.
I'm giving respect and spreading inspiration from She the Hard Way. A collaboration of different poetic flow from Sa-Roc, Khalilah Ali, Stahhr, Rita J, Boog Brown. I love the way Stahhr describes the compilation as a delicious 5 course meal. I don't have any information on the progress of this project, but each of these MC's hold a strong place in the way Hip Hop continues to evolve towards conscious poetic messages for our global socio-polito-econo-naturalistic Earth concerns.
Serious skills when it comes to extreme sports! A sport in Ghana that was invented to suit their abilities. What a cool story to share with the world: Big World Cinema presents a film by Eddie Edwards.
I support anyone who spread the true sense of the word: This-Ability instead of Dis-Ability.