Sitting next to Gang Starr partner DJ Premier, Guru and Banjoko’s ’91 conversation took place during San Francisco’s Galvin Convention, on the steps of radio station KPOO. I listen to “Double Trouble.” Run-DMC, they changed the format. His lyrics, and the way he displays his lyrics show that. It does not matter, look at his styles and the way he flips his lyrics.
He is a published author and scholar on Hip Hop and Islam. I did not want to have to go to a nine-to-five job.
In addition to his present writing at Hip Hop DX, Banjoko has written for dating back to 1990. When we had two videos out, the “Positivity” video and “[Words I] Manifest,” I was still working.
Adisa Banjoko: So, how did doing What was cool was he was not like, “I’m Branford Marsalis The Jazz artist.
You guys are just rappers.” He did not have any attitude. We talked about how some artists be actin’ funny wit the ego shit. They be fightin’ at the shows.” Adisa Banjoko: I tripped off how in the that Miles Davis was not mentioned.
This website has to of course include some history and information about the particularly annoying fruit flies that breeds in an impressive pace.