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1 July 2015

Namibia’s’  premium performing and recording musical act, hip hop sensations Black Vulcanite have signed a major management deal with Cape Town based  The Moon Rises Productions
 Fresh from winning the Best Music Video award at the Namibian Music Awards 2015 for hit single 'Big Egos’, the deal comes at a time when their following  is hungry for more of what has come to be expected of the crew. Their debut album Remember the Future, released in 2012, set them apart as the most consciously relevant outfit arguably in the continent.
The Trio, made up of Alain 'AliThatDude' Villet, Nikolai 'Okin' Tjongarero and Mark Mushiva, are due to release a yet to be titled album in September 2015, produced  yet again by eclectic Swiss producer Maloon The Boom. Prior to the full album, the motley crew like lyrical soldiers will be releasing a single with a video that they are currently In Cape Town producing. A fresh collaboration with a major SA Hip Hop artist yet to be confirmed is on the cards.
“We want to show presence” says Mark, when asked what drove them to get back into studio. “We will hit the ground running with banging beats and hyped up collaborations”.
Black Vulcanite will have promotional shows around Cape Town in July /August 2015 , then a national tour of the album in Cape Town , Johannesburg and Windhoek(Namibia)  from September 2015. Are you ready to be Vulcanized?
The project is the initiative of The Moon Rises Productions (PTY) LTD
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Disciples of the cla**room of light!!!!

The Sun of the Sun..SolarMan cooking up a fat dish with King Sezo. Lookout for the single "Ikhubalo laseDikeni" dropping in October as a precurser to full dishout. Oasis Productions and Nubian Concepst bring you glory! Be on the lookout. Afro-Digital has gone HD.

Keep the light shining...


by Andres Vasquez

New York's Prodigy of Mobb Deep recently visited The Alex Jones Show to speak about the Illuminati and more. After famously saying, "Illuminati want my mind, soul and my body," Prodigy took his lyrics further in the recent interview with the controversial Jones. Speaking on how society has been brainwashed, talking about President Obama and more, Prodigy shared his feelings about the world's "conspiracies."

"To me, it’s definitely not a joke. There’s a lot of real stuff going on out here, in this world. Secret societies are real. It’s definitely really obvious that they’re at work and it’s at play in the music industry, in the food industry, politics, everywhere you turn, it’s everywhere. You just gotta read the signs, the writing on the wall. It’s right in front of your face. Once people just learn about it and do a little research about it all, they’ll be like, ‘Yeah, I understand what’s going on.’"

Though he feels pa**ionately about this topic, Prodigy is aware that others don't share his sentiments. He acknowledged this by saying that others are brainwashed, so he and others who speak about conspiracies may not be effective with their messages.

"This plan that they got into effect for hundreds of years or whatever, I think it’s so embedded in people’s brains now. They got people so brainwashed in this world that they don’t even really care anymore about people like Alex Jones, people like Prodigy. They're like, 'Go ahead, tell these people what you want. We got these people so brainwashed, there's nothing you could do about it.'"

Analyzing his role in Hip Hop and how other elements play a part in the formation of the culture, Prodigy said he is unhappy with how his friends and others are "brainwashed."

"In the Hip Hop community," he added, "In the urban communities, where I come from, they have us so brainwashed with fashion, jewelery and sex, that we don't even care to think about what's going on. A lot of the people I'm around, I look at them sometimes and all they're concerned about is, what I just said, fashion, jewelry and sex, all stuff that's materialistic and it's not going to do nothing for their souls or their lives."

"I got to a point in my life and in my career where, it's easy to get caught up in that lifestyle with fast money, sex, drugs and rock and roll. I started slipping at some point and I had to catch myself...I got to the point where I got fed up and pissed off and I said, 'I'm not rocking jewelery no more. I'm not doing certain things anymore.' I did it to make a statement."

While not fully rehashing the now infamous feud he had with Jay-Z, Prodigy did speak about the Brooklyn emcee, saying that he feels Jay-Z has "chosen sides" in the game. He added that Jay-Z took a different route, which is why he has more money and power within the music industry.

"Jay-Z is just one example and one of the biggest examples of artists in the music industry, because he's so popular and so big...He knows what time it is, he just doesn't promote it. From the looks of things, it looks like he has chosen sides. He's chosen a side and the side he chose is money, power and he doesn't really care to spread the information that might save some body's soul."

Shifting his focus to the United States' current president, Prodigy spoke about President Obama as well. Saying that he is a part of a conspiracy, "whether he knows it or not," he added that he is a part of a plan to "rule the world."

"My view on [President Obama] is that, number one, you can't be a president of the United States unless you're a part of this bloodline that they got going on that goes all the way back to European royalty. So, they got this bloodline going on and whether people believe it or not, it's very real. You will not be an American president unless you are linked and a part of this bloodline. Obama is."

"From what I see, whether he knows it or not, he's down with this whole conspiracy to rule the world. He's a part of it. To brainwash people, to kill people, genocide, everything that goes on out here that's so fantastic you really don't want to believe it, he's a part of it."

In the past, HipHopDX's Kathy Iandoli spoke with Prodigy about the Illuminati, when he said he was one of the first emcees to expose the secret society. For more on this recent interview with Alex Jones, the full interview can be found and heard on the Alex Jones website.

Politics / SA turning into a Balck capital for white intenstions
« on: July 03, 2012, 12:02:31 PM »
azanian Souljahs,

Just want to ask...Is it just me or this place is really jus a European Capital in da MotherLand!!!!

Why are we still discussing land issues when we all know land is not a financial commodity, but a social responsibility and cultural canvas.!!!!


Aluta Continua

Politics / Ulale Ngoxolo King Daniel
« on: July 29, 2010, 04:14:41 PM »
Azanian Souljahs,

When 1 revolutionary falls...Ten more rise!!!!!

Aluta Continua


Factors and agency leading to curriculum renewal: a basic review of the history of formal schooling in South Africa
Article by:Sibusiso Mnyanda and Nqaba Mpofu

The education system of South Africa historically is built on the backdrop of a dehumanizing curriculum and pedagogy. Today, advances in education in contemporary South Africa are aimed at responding to skills shortages and other social implications as a result of this dehumanising condition. At the same time, efforts at promoting ‘social awareness’ and a humanising pedagogy are relatively new in the South African context following the country’s oppressive history.                                                                                                                                                           It is important then to analyse the agents and factors within this backdrop (pre-colonial and colonial), that stain the current education system in post apartheid/1994  so as to aid the effort of curriculum review and renewal in formal schooling (pre-primary, primary, secondary and tertiary institutions).

Institutionalised education in South Africa has a strong background to the forces of colonial conquest. The opening moment of formal education in South Africa coincides with the colonial experience at the Cape in 1652. Six years after the Dutch East India Company established its colony at the Cape, the first formal schooling is begun in 1658 . Prior to this, development of knowledge in this society relied on culture, collective custom and basic rituals of the inhabitant (not super- imposed capitalistic tendencies such as exploitive economic development of a few by means of another).  The main agenda in the eventual establishment of schooling institutions was to prepare colonised inhabitants of the region into cheap labourers for colonist. This physical labour (as rudimentary as it was) did require a certain skills training programme, a limited skills programme at that. This was due to the kind of work they were put under (farm work, domestic duties and so forth). Applied knowledge and skills were not necessary, as the conditions employment were a forced labour. The kind of education, curriculum and pedagogy then was then  applied had to produce a labourer who was almost inhumane in nature, lacked fundamental critique of the working conditions such that the forced labourer had no alternative but to be a perpetual  student who is detached from the process of knowledge production within his/her societal domain. When one looks at the history of education in South Africa within the scope of education as a means to provide the nation state with a labour force, it is important to look at factors that influenced the socialisation of individuals as they progressed through the education ‘system’. It is also essential to note that this education was designed to remove the labourer from the sanctity of their cultural norms, customs rituals and belief systems. These would hinder the process of desired schooling. The ‘barbaric ‘customs of the uncivilised and uneducated had to be eradicated, so that they can be well groomed servants of the colonist. Missionary work of the British and Scottish in the late 18th and early 19th century  is a primary example of the magnitude of zeal that the colonist had while complementing the ’ limited skills training programme for labourers’ that colonial masters were enforcing.  Thus the education/curriculum was also changed as skills required by labourers for mining became more specialised.  The discovery of gold in the Witwatersrand brought a rapid increase in economic activity and the need for labour, especially specialised labour.

Politics / capital communists!!!!
« on: December 02, 2009, 06:36:48 PM »
Azanian Souljahs,

It really wonders me why there is this sudden false leftist ideology being implied. Its impled in that there is no fundemental epistemology to it that conceptualises a dialogue on socail theory. There is no development of theory, just practise of already misunderstood marxist philosophy. Not denouncing practise, but it is stale with out constant theory conceptualisation and development. Look at the kak Julius was feeding us last night....but that Patta woman is aslo on a bullshit neo-liberal mission

Aluta Continua...

« on: August 26, 2008, 07:59:02 PM »
Will u b part of the revolution?????

« on: August 26, 2008, 07:56:53 PM »
Azanian Souljahs,

The time has come for us indegenous beings of this magnificant continent to rebuild our self determination torwards an independant non colonial state, thus our social contract can be archieved.
The University of  Fort hare (UFH) is piloting a model of an africanised cirriculum that is grounded on transdisciplinary themes and indegenous knoweledge systems (IKS) based pedagogies. The aim here is to procuce self efficient young african audults into the working cla** transcendent of the cla** yet accountable to it in principle and practice......
There will be a carnival event of debate and social interction(music, art, drama and food markets) at UFH grounds on the 30th of august 2008......Will you be part of the revolution!!!!!????????

Politics / BPC/AZAPO and SOPA merge!!!!!
« on: December 06, 2007, 11:17:26 AM »
azanian souljahs,

its exiting times i must say,
The BPC/SOPA/AZAPO alliance as BCM of azania is definately something to be reckoned with in the dawn of a fundemental african diplomacy surfacing!!!
What is the PAC waiting for????? Hon CDR. L Mpahlele!!!!!

Aluta continua ::) :P

Politics / Think about it!!!!!
« on: October 13, 2007, 03:56:57 PM »
Azanian Souljahs,

before the regime of Vervoed, South Africa ( the settler state,  indegenously AZANIA) was in a stable economic state without expliotation from foreign shore investors and investments(besides the already existing white majority settler goverment)It must be noted that for centuries, Europe, Asia  and The Americas were in economical ans social contact , as early as the $th centuray A.D.Ok ... Back to topic>>>>>> It was not until a certain Economist in ministry Robert Smith(NP), produced academic manuscripts detailing the pillar and strenth of that economic the math!!!!!!!!!

Aluta Continua :idea:  :arrow:  :wink:

Politics / Biko(BCM) being used as media capital boosting medium!
« on: October 09, 2007, 02:40:50 PM »
Azanian Souljahs,

I don't know if the Biko Foundation is running on white liberal mentality or what! For last two months these guys together with the goverment have been using this Son of the Soils' blood and matrydom to filfill some popolar culture programme. I attended that conference at UCT and listened to popularists saying this and that on behalf of him, "if he was alive he would say and do this"., "according to his philosophy this is what he would be doing in mordern day south africa", "Steves lagacy lives on" yet people are capitalising and boosting media economists with vanguard anti capitalist ideology.Its a definate contrast,. Where is BCM today/?his peers at the time have sold out. Barney Pityana(his partner in so called crime) is now chairman of some BBBEEE company which just recieved the national lottrery contract, Gidani, Wenzani?!!!!!!! Sickening. In the midst of our states constitutional degeneration(Mbeki and his ill tactics,corruption in goverment, lack of infastructure, disease and economical depression in rural areas), these guys re enact his funeral, burying him again, making sure, as if they are making sure that BCM never rises again. Let the dead bury the dead, we are living men, we got work to do!!!! Biko neva died, he lives in me, and anyone else who is still proudly Azanain and Disgustingly carrying a South african Dompa**!!!!!!!!

Aluta Continua :idea:  :arrow:  :!:  :?:

Hip Hop Events / [size=24]Udaba[/size]
« on: September 22, 2007, 10:40:44 AM »
Isisele Senyathi Presents.........

UDABA In Native Dialect

Theme of session is,Bow Exchange, a continuance of the Native Dialect spoken word sessions delivered here last year. This time it comes with a dynamic collaboration of indigenous bows/harps, (uHadi, uGubhu), with their western equivalents, (Guitar, Violin, Double ba** Guitar and more). This is accompanied by intense Xhosa venicular spoken word, which encompa**es the whole production which focuses on different communicating methods that we beings use.

Instruments are played by University of Cape Town music undergraduates and University of Fort Hare African Linguistics ungergraduates, Alice Eastern Cape. Spoken word by (Sakhile Moleshe) and Mathintela (Sibusiso Mnyanda) jazz band, uDaba.

Doors open @ 21:00
Independent Armchair Thaetre, OBZ LOWER MainRD, CPT
R30,00 Cover

Azanian Oasis Productions

Hip Hop Events / word o mouth:Izwi Likantu mixtape 2007!
« on: April 14, 2007, 12:54:10 PM »
Azanian souljahs,

Heads are getting together in May 2007 to put together a mixtape in cape town , all artists who were involved in the word o mouth sessions 2006 will be exercising their skill yet again, and this time on record!
Album drops in July 2007!

Alutata continua :idea:  :!:

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