Speed up the record and you should instantly recognize where you’ve heard it before: on one of the ’90s most beloved hip-hop tracks, Souls of Mischief’s “’93 ‘til Infinity.”
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Westward HO! StillInfinity is the tour that keeps going and going… Finally got a day off in the “Land of Enchantment”—Albuquerque!
The fact that Tribe never appeared on their album covers was also interesting. This was reminiscent of albums from the ’70s where the artist wouldn't appear on the their own album cover. I loved how they chose to use a powerful icon to represent their image.
Eric Cooke (a.k.a. E Da Boss), best known as one-half of the soul duo Myron & E, is the definition of a multifaceted artist. Aside from his current work as a singer and songwriter, E also dedicates himself to other aspects of creating music.
The party people in the N.O. kept it LIVE, even though it was midweek and the street performers were extremely entertaining. It seems as if the residents who have returned since Katrina have come back with more heart and civic pride than ever.
This week was the mid-tour break, so we split the team up! A few of us splurged and went home. The rest? IN MIAMI, B!
In this week two update of life on the road, Tajai elaborates on the enlightening struggles of Ramadan, his thoughts on the Zimmerman verdict, and the camaraderie that comes with touring.
Tajai updates us on the daily grind of life on the road of Soul of Mischief's Still Infinity Tour.
Whenever Hebru puts paint to canvas, his goal is to tell stories and to show children (and adults) that there is much more to the world than just their stoop.