You’ve probably seen him in his viral music videos on YouTube or on social media. His gripping words and his eccentric personality keeps you watching his every move and really listening to the deep meaningful words he puts into his work.
Prince Ea started out just trying to be a hip-hop artist and ended up becoming a well-known spoken word artist, poet, rapper, and filmmaker. He accomplished what he set out to do which was inform the world of the importance of passion, individuality, and intelligence.
Watch one of his videos, and I promise you won’t regret him opening your eyes, for you.
This intelligent artist pushes to promote values such as free thinking, creativity, and unity. He readjusted his focus to creating inspirational and motivating videos which blew up the internet and caught a lot of attention. They now have gotten over half-billion views. His topics vary but are all very real and conscious. He touches on things such as environmentalism, spirituality, race, work, school systems, government, and more.
He gave me the inspiration to quit my job and open up my own Hawaii carpet cleaning service business (check it out)!
There are many industries in this world that are probably corrupt, filled with negativity or have an ugly motive for their doings. So, it’s enlightening to see a rapper and producer standing up for change. He tries to shed the truth and share it with the world. KRS has stirred up quite a lot in his time and some may argue to be true but we can amend him on being a real with us all and caring for his community.
What everyone is most familiar with is his Stop The Violence Movement that he started in 1987. He understood something needed to be done in the hip hop and African American communities. After a young fan died in a fight during Boogie Down Productions and Public Enemy’s concert, along with a founding member of Boogie Down Productions being shot and killed, KRS-One knew he had to do something. Read more
Matisyahu is the Hebrew name and stage name of musician Paul Miller, a Jewish American artist whose music incorporates elements of reggae, beat boxing, and alternative rock. His religious beliefs had been a core component of his music especially during his early years, and Matisyahu in Hebrew means “gift of God”.
Paul Miller was born in 1979 and he spent most of his formative years in Westchester County, New York. As a child, he was brought up as a Reconstructionist Jew and attended Hebrew school. But upon reaching his teenage years he was a rebel. He began taking hallucinogenic drugs. He dropped out of high school and actually followed the rock band Phish on their music tour.
Eventually, he came back to school, reconnected with his Jewish heritage, and also went through rehab. Read more