John Daniel Singleton born January 6, ʻ68 in Los Angeles, CA was true to his hometown since it served as a backdrop for many of his films and endearingly was the same place where he was laid to rest on April 29 due to a coma as a result of a stroke he suffered from nearly two weeks earlier.
“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.
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