Tag Archive: Gil Scott Heron

“Find music that moves you through these times.” – DJ Lynnee Denise

  Funk, Faith, Praise (Fly Away Trayvon) I never intended to release this mix. I considered it to be unfinished, in need of a polishing. Today, I heard it and it allowed me… Continue reading

Hip Hop is Poetry Month: A Project of Hip Hop Caucus for National Poetry Month

In honor of National Poetry Month, Hip Hop Caucus has created a video mixtape of Hip Hop culture’s most influential poets. Peep some of the ‘tracks” below, but you’ll have to visit their… Continue reading

Emery Petchauer [a.k.a DJ Ill-Literate] on “The Last Holiday”

On the Assembly Line: Gil Scott-Heron’s “The Last Holiday” by Emery Petchauer for the Los Angeles Review of Books The Posthumously published memoir of poet, musician, and activist Gil Scott-Heron is a body… Continue reading