Paradise Gray was raised in The South Bronx during the days of Reaganomics, the trickle down theory was in full effect. With live entertainment being financially inaccessible, the young people began to create their own forms of entertainment.
Paradise was a young street D.J. mentored by some of Hip-hop’s Legendary founding DJ’s:
Paradise is also a writer and photographer with articles and photographs appearing in The Source Magazine, XXL, Right On! Magazine, YO!, Wax Poetics, Big Red News, VH1′s 30 Years Of Hip-hop History TV Special, “It’s Like That” (Run-DMC’s Autobiography) by Bill Adler.
"Imagine If Trayvon Killed Zimmerman",
Do you wanna know how messed up the system is? Imagine if Trayvon killed George Zimmerman You think Trayvon would have been found innocent? He would have faced a lifetime of imprisonment See Stand Your Ground only works if you’re a citizen So that right isn’t his only whites benefit We are not legitimate that fact is definitive Don’t believe ask Marissa Alexander if it is To protect herself in her own home with her kids Fired a warning shot she got a 20 year sentencing Now that’s ridicules but all Black are witnesses Of the hatred in this nation that’s run by hypocrites Would the NRA have backed Trayvon? Would Fox news tell white folks if he gets off stay calm? We know the truth so I won’t go no further Cause Trayvon was found guilty of his own murder......
The latest from Jasiri X (@jasiri_x). Freeing minds one rhyme at a time. For bookings & interviews email firstname.lastname@example.org. City of Steel
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