Soulive featuring Talib Kweli and Hi-Tek – Bridge To Bama

Digital Crate Digging Continues on a Throwback Thursday; that’s the kind of science being dropped…

The saga / struggle continues as we go back to the future; O-Dizzle dropped techno, funked it up and he hip hopped..

The saga / struggle continues aka life goes on, once again it’s on as O-Zone gets high and low technical, no glitches like the Iowa caucuses..

Old school denial of service attack launched on the Iowa Democratic Party by 4Chan, so what’s up man? that’s where they lost us!!

Denial of service already cost us, back in the day statements were made walking across the Edmund Pettis Bridge in Selma Alabama…

….per Throwback Thursday and Black History Month!! statements are made by Soulive featuring Talib Kweli  and Hi – Tek , taking it to the bridge with their remix of the Bridge To Nama..

Check this out at Soulive featuring Talib Kweli and Hi-Tek – Bridge To Bama

Soulive – Clap!

Sunday Jazz Continues on a nice Sunday afternoon in Atlanta; chilling out in the lab, just letting my fellow ATLiens do what they do!!

The saga / struggle continues!! a good tune? understand a brotha’s behavior will be modified!! per intergalactic journeys? I  interacted with aliens, they told me what it do!!

The saga / struggle continues!! should at least act like we knew but my constituents were dressed in green and drinking green beer..

…that’s per St Patrick’s Day, what more can I say? we’ll just keep it moving doing what we’re doing’ taking it there!!

We’re out here listening to some jazzhop, my favorite genre!! we’re checking out Soulive  with a track called  Clap!

It’s featuring Black Thought spitting the vocals; check us out!! the opposition? we’ll pimp slap!!