Episode 25: Wasun & the Revolutionary Struggle

This week we had a sitdown with political theorist, Ph.D and rapper, Wasun. We talk about Afrikaa Bambata and the Zulu nation, socialism, the elite 1%, how hiphop can be used as a tool for the next revolution, the ideas of Antonio Gramsci, and how hiphop has been coopted. And we talk about Lil Dicky as the possible introduction of the middle-class entering hiphop. The talk gets pretty heavy. Oh and Heads-up next week, we have Sean Sirianni, videographer for King of the Dot.

 

Listen to Boom Bap Era off Wasun’s latest project, Comrade Music.

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