Jhantu Randall, born April 14, ʻ85 overseas in India, grew up in Washington State and began writing at a very young age.
“Hip Hop is life. It gives me the ability to tell my story, share my pain, my joy, my everything. It allows me to shed light on things that people wouldn’t normally pay attention to in ways that they wouldn’t normally see it from. It’s my outlet to my stress, fears, accomplishments, desires, etc. I don’t know how else to describe it.” Put beautifully by BZ.
Kauaiʻs Poetry Slam a New Open-Mic Series, Featured at HA Cafe in Lihue, HI Will Open The Doors March 9 at 5-PM.
August 24 marks the release date of the album, “RAWK” for emcee Mahtie Bush; a staple in the Sacramento Hip-Hop community. He began the notorious “Backpackramento” movement in ʻ07 and has been in the lime light and behind the scenes for over two decades as a second-generation HipHop head, emceeing, breaking and organizing.
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