The Black Eyed Peas’ Will.i.am is known for experimenting with sounds while creating a new project, similar to what Kanye does when he re-emerges with a new record. So, why don’t the pair collaborate on a project? If Will had his way, they would. In a recent interview with HardKnock.TV, the Black Eyed Peas frontman ran through a few names of whom he’d love to record an album with…
Guerilla Union, the live events company behind world-class festivals like Cypress Hill’s SmokeOut Festival and the Paid Dues Independent Hip-Hop Festival, has announced the return of the 7th annual Rock The Bells 2010 Festival series. This year’s line-up will feature performances from headliners Wu-Tang Clan, Rakim, KRS-One, and Slick Rick, plus an array of seminal hip-hop artists.
He once spent many of his formative years in the 1970s in homeless shelters around New York and was essentially an auto-didact, who educated himself in public libraries. Fittingly, 20 years later, KRS-One will be aligning with one of his former shelters, The Bowery Mission, this Thanksgiving to serve meals to thousands of the City’s homeless.
The internet is a web of information. You can look up how to cook your favorite dishes, or find out what Tupac’s favorite sneakers were. Or, if your into the movement, you might read up on the long list of conspiracy theories that are published on a daily basis. One rapper who follows the NWO theory is KRS-One.