This site will share some thoughts, analysis from Kambale Musavuli and anything he would like to share with the world in support of humanity in general, and Congolese in particular.
I now understand why they call @pharoahemonch a lyrical legend. His rhymes are not humanly possible. #ptsd #PharoaheMonch
I’ve never heard someone like this! #pharoahemonch #albumrelease #ptsd (at S.O.B.’s)
The King is Here! A lyrical genius speaking truth to power! @congofriends #pharoahemonch #ptsd #albumrelease (at S.O.B.’s)
Full house on a rainy day here at SOB. #SupportConsciousArtists @congofriends (at S.O.B.’s)
At the Pharoahe Monch’s album release at SOB. @congofriends in the house. (at S.O.B.’s)
I just saw #Divergent. Has a similar storyline-feel as hunger games. I loved it. I’m definitely Divergent who lives with Dauntless colleagues. Good film to expand your mind around the need to speak up and disobey illegal orders causing injustices.
Tomorrow at 6:30 pm, come out to Columbia to hear how these gentlemen work to change the image of the African woman. See you there tomorrow!
My morning anthem
"I’m a bad mf shut your mouth!!! Universal… Worldwide… You know my circle… Renegade… On the mic I might just murk you… Putting in that work because I do work, every verse is a virtue!!!"
From Bad MF, first single of Pharoahe Monch’s new album PTSD.
I’m told there is a Congo shout out on his new album coming out this April 15. I pre-order it. Get yours too and come out to the release party in NYC.
#DontBeTalkingAboutPharoahe #SupportIndependentArtists #Congo #ArtistWithConscious #PharoaheMonch
#CongoLiboso #CongoWeBelieve “To my children whom I leave and whom perhaps I will see no more, I wish that they be told that the future of the Congo is beautiful and that it expects for each Congolese, to accomplish the sacred task of reconstruction of our independence and our sovereignty” Patrice Lumumba
"When we least expect it, life sets us a challenge to test our courage and willingness to change; at such a moment, there is no point in pretending that nothing has happened or in saying that we are not yet ready. The challenge will not wait. Life does not look back. A week is more than enough time for us to decide whether or not to accept our destiny."