Mistah Wilson
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Hometown
Pasadena
About Me
Rap
Zip Code
91104
Gender
Male
Relationship Status
Single
Orientation
Straight
Ethnicity
Black/African, White/Caucasian
Physical Type
Slim
Height
5'9"-5'11"
What do you do
Rap, Just Chillin
DJ's - Drop your biggest projects and site URLs
www.thawilsonblock.net
Favorite 50 Cent song
the whole 'Get Rich or Die Tryin' album
Website
http://thawilsonblock.net
Favorite Music
rap / hip hop and more
 

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Snoop Dogg responds to Colin Kaepernick after "praising" Fidel Castro

Snoop Dogg just put Colin Kaepernick in his dog house, calling the San Francisco 49ers quarterback a hypocrite for protesting social injustice while praising late Cuban dictator Fidel Castro, and advising he choose between football and his ongoing National Anthem protest.

"He's sort of kind of hypocritical in so many words because he's pushing this, but at the same time he’s giving credit for this and this is the same abuse that [Cubans] been taking" the rapper said. Snoop Dogg added, "So it makes you hypocritical to be able to speak on this topic and that topic."

The "Lay Low" singer was referring to Kaepernick's recent comments about Castro at a media event ahead of the 49ers game against the Miami Dolphins on Sunday.

Mark Whalberg on Actors & Politics: "It just goes to show you that People aren't listening anyway""

In this particular election cycle, celebrities were more politically outspoken than ever. Between Chrissy Teigen trolling Trump and Susan Sarandon going hard against Hillary Clinton, opinions were flying fast and furious for many celebs. However, Marky Mark himself thinks that actors and other Hollywood types should keep their opinions to themselves. In a recent interview with veteran oriented magazine Task and Purpose, Wahlberg was pretty harsh on outspoken celebrities...

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Exploring The Intersection Of Hip-Hop And Social Justice

To understand the awesome shared history of hip-hop and activism you have to acknowledge that while music can shine a light on injustice, it can’t, on its own, heal the wounds of oppression. We’re not all waiting for that perfect anthem to save the day. The one that effortlessly samples from the heartache and the anger, the resiliency, and the mistrust, and maybe even the wilting hope found in the black community.
It’s important to recognize that while hip-hop is its own entity, it’s still just a part of a greater movement when it comes to speaking out against those injustices. Nothing and no one can stand alone in this fight.

People have long tried to reason with oppression. They’ve tried to shout at it, thrown bottles at it, cursed its name and lit the streets on fire beneath it. Hip-hop is on the right side of things because it’s about thought and emotion, not a violent action. It is inspirational and it can galvanize. It can open people’s eyes and reach them in a way that words gloriously composed and passionately shouted cannot — it cuts through the noise of the politicians and the pundits who think they know what it’s like and what people want to hear even though they rarely come down face to face with the street.
The beat penetrates and breaks down barriers. The poetry holds onto you and can be a dispatch to the outside world about the shape of oppression as well as a rallying cry that can advance progress little by little when paired with passion and controlled, non-violent rage. But the signal needs a boost from time to time.

Today’s hip-hop artists have the megaphone as rap stands as the beating heart of pop-music, but that hasn’t always been the case. For a long time, socially conscious hip-hop was a fringe segment within a fringe genre. In light of this boom in social relevancy, though, there are multiple questions begging for an answer: Are these artists willing to leverage their hard-won popularity to speak out against the unrelenting cycle of unanswered violence and police brutality, systemic racism, and a caustic economic reality? Can they live up to the awesome example of hip-hop’s socially conscious elders even if it means alienating listeners and fans? And most importantly, can these efforts help to not just spark awareness, but also real change?

We took a look at the long history of hip-hop and activism, examined its ability to be a force for good, and spoke to hip-hop legend Talib Kweli, hip-hop artist and St. Louis-based activist Tef Poe, and activist and Campaign Zero co-founder Johnetta Elzie in pursuit of these answers...

Rey Avalon finally releases California Blend 3.0 "Originality was the key with this one"

Southern California Independent Artist, Rey Avalon, releases his 3rd installment of his creation, the “California Blend”
series, which features sounds, soul, and groove, on his take of what California sounds like. In this Project you hear sounds from various genres including : Hip Hop, Electronic, Jazz, R&B, Oldschool Pop, Reggae, and many more! This version comes more advanced, hence the (3.0), and not (Vol. 3) or (Part 3). 

The addition of Electronic in the project was exactly what took this album to the next level with the modern sounds, vocals, drums, and claps. Rey Avalon was also a big part of the production on this album producing 7 of the tracks.

“When you are able to take full control of the music, taking an idea, then making the beat, writing the lyrics, and engineering, it gave me a very powerful feeling. Basically a lot of the album came from me, my mind, spirit, & soul. Originality was the key with this one and I just went in the studio and did what I wanted to do”.
-Rey Avalon


Another producer who was active on this project was Scott Swush, who has also produced for the likes of E-40, Ya Boy and other talented California artists. This Album is sure to catch ears with Avalon’s unique voice, great lyrical delivery, and choice of sounds.

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released November 25, 2016

Producers : Rey Avalon / Scott Swush / Ricky Andez / FunkHouse

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At 11:45am on March 9, 2012, Rico Got'em said…
feeling that music & me homie.
At 5:51am on December 25, 2010, Stealskillz said…
homie what about a colaboration on my tracks
At 7:18pm on December 6, 2010, Supermodel Dominique said…
Hit me up whenever you wanna talk about it!
At 10:46am on November 30, 2010, BEATMASTER (Producer) said…
Good looking out! (The tracks are HOT!)
At 9:55am on November 30, 2010, Katrina Renee said…
thx for the add babe <3
At 11:42pm on March 2, 2010, K.STONE said…
Thanks kinfolk but what I will do is upload my music to another site where you can download but if you know any sites I can upload it to so you can do that, let me know!
At 2:34pm on February 18, 2010, Mistah Wilson said…
cool. you can check me out at www.thawilsonblock.ning.com/profile/thabingbing or just google: thawilsonblock (as is. no spaces).

fa sho!
At 10:56pm on February 17, 2010, K.STONE said…
Please check out K.Stone music on his page and please add me as a friend!
Holla at cha boy, you know how we do it partner!!!!!!!
 
 
 



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