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Posts Tagged with "Ras Ceylon"

‘Information Age’: an interview wit’ M1 of the revolutionary rap group dead prez

November 23, 2012

The rap group dead prez have by far some of the most radical politics of any artists in American music today. We caught up with M1 to talk music and politics for a minute, right before they come out here this Saturday, Nov. 24, and rap songs from their new album “Information Age” as a part of the Rebel Soul Fest, which is going down at Yoshi’s in San Francisco.

Class is in session: an interview wit’ rapper Professor A.L.I.

May 20, 2011

Professor A.L.I. has been making a name for himself over the last few years in the Bay Area’s indie and conscious rap scenes. A Muslim by faith, Sri Lankan by nationality, Professor A.L.I. is one of the brothas who is taking Bay Area sounding music to an international audience.

‘Scientific/Non-Fiction’: an innerview of rapper Ras Ceylon

May 9, 2009

Ras Ceylon is a very unique artist that lives in the Bay. He’s politically active, his family is from Sri Lanka, he reps Rastafarianism and has linked with Askari X, Tajai of Souls of Mischief, Chairman Fred, Stic.man and a whole host of others to create a piece of audio art.

A whole different politic: an inner-view of Sinista Z of East Bay Politix

April 21, 2009

A lot of artists call themselves “political,” “revolutionary” and “conscious” artists but very few, including the internationally known ones, use their art to benefit people’s street campaigns, political and social struggles.

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