COTCTV presents: Colours of the Culture E.P. 03: ‘Paint the Sky’
Directed by: Kayla Reefer
Step into the life of Brazilian hip hop artist NIKO IS. Behind the scenes tour footage, recording footage and the day to day adventures and antics of NIKO and his crew DJ Spintelect, Thanks Joey, Federiiico, Deff, Code_Red, and Talib Kweli.
You can now purchase KRIKOS’ debut self-produced album, Rise of the Eastern Son, which features NIKO IS from Talib Kweli’s Javotti Media. Click HERE or the picture below to make your purchase via iTunes. The album is $10, but you can also purchase the individual tracks for $1 a piece. Thanks, and enjoy.
Google Play purchase link: http://bit.ly/1Rm9xKE
You can also STREAM the full album via TIDAL & Spotify. Here are the links:
If this doesn’t speak to Sander’s blind populism or Hillary’s overt power hunger then I don’t know what does!
America is at a real turning point in its political culture.
Many ideologies are on the table.
Where are the minorities?
I like the idea that Democrats are more egalitarian than Republicans, but is Bernie’s socialism really the solution? America’s problem isn’t just economic. It is a cultural ailment; police brutality, mass-incarceration, a terribly hawkish foreign policy dominated by foreign interest-lobbies.
Bernie is super appealing. That’s why I think Larry David fit this character so well. I am not anti-Bernie Sanders, but I am yet to be pro-anybody that isn’t critical on particular issues.
In the realm of domestic politics, we need people who aren’t afraid to point out inconsistencies.
In foreign politics; we need someone who isn’t an Israeli lapdog.
Obama has given Israel the cold shoulder; but he has also given them a blanket to stay warm.
I prefer his strategy over any of the current contenders.
Republicans have nothing to offer but war, as usual.
Imagine an Arab-American president, one that understands the struggles of the minorities inside America, but isn’t all too detached from America’s foreign policy shortcomings. Let’s be frank; America’s domestic politics is completely dependent and a direct reflection of its foreign policies. Why do you think American politicians are less encouraged to bring issues of foreign policy to the attention of the American people? Because Americans would hate to associate their “freedom-loving-democracy” with carnage and evil abroad.
We need leaders who are realists; who are not daunted by America’s history.