The Rebel Beat Podcast 008 with M-1 of Dead Prez

M1DeadPrez[audio https://archive.org/download/TheRebelBeat00804012015/The%20Rebel%20Beat%20008_04012015.mp3]

Click here to download audio

Just posting this podcast again here because there was a technical error on the last post for our podcast subscribers. So hope you enjoy! And if you haven’t yet subscribed to our podcast, get it here on iTunes!

Advertisements

The Rebel Beat podcast 008 – M-1 Take 2 (One Half of Dead Prez on Revolutionary Culture)

Photo: uniquephotographyanddesign.com

Photo: uniquephotographyanddesign.com

[audio https://archive.org/download/TheRebelBeat00804012015/The%20Rebel%20Beat%20008_04012015.mp3]

Click here to download the podcast

Boom! We’re back with another weekly podcast of The Rebel Beat from your people-powered station, CKUT in Montreal!

This week on the show, we are very happy to bring you an interview with M-1 of the legendary hip hop group Dead Prez. This is essentially Take 2 of our conversation, because as some of you may know, we were supposed to interview M-1 in Montreal back in January, when he was scheduled to perform for the Fro Foundation’s Black History Month series. But then, the racist colonial border guards refused his entry into Canada. And that was that. Although, M-1 still addressed the crowd in Montreal via skype, and we aired that address on Podcast #001 of The Rebel Beat. Continue reading

M-1 of Dead Prez and Emrical launch The Rebel Beat – February 4

M-1 of the legendary hip-hop group Dead Prez

M-1 of the legendary hip-hop group Dead Prez

The Rebel Beat is blasting into this world on February 4th, with the hopes of bringing down borders, bosses, and banks through revolutionary beats, bass, and everything in between. It is class war on the dance floor, nothing less.

Be sure to tune in live on February 4th from 10pm-12am on CKUT (streaming online), or 90.3 FM in Montreal. To subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, CLICK HERE!

We begin The Rebel Beat with some sad news. M-1, the legendary revolutionary MC who comprises one half of Dead Prez, was set to give a talk and performance in Montreal for the opening of the Fro Foundation’s Black History Month festival on January 31st. But before even making it to Montreal, he was refused entry into Canada by the pigs that guard the imaginary colonial line that we call “the border”. M-1 says he was a victim of racial profiling. I suppose when you rap about real shit like destroying the Prison Industrial Complex, or fighting back against racist police, it’s gonna get you on some watch lists. Continue reading