Distinguished educator, artist, and writer Asheru returns to Reckless 2.0 to discuss his latest album Sleepless in Soweto. He has worked with other hip hop artists such as Talib Kweli and Mos Def. He is also well known for both his musical and writing contributions to Aaron McGruder's animated satire "The Boondocks", in which he won a Peabody Award for Journalism.
We will discuss the significance of his new album, the passing of Nelson Mandela, the current influx of white artists in hip hop, his other general observations on the system of white supremacy, and of course, the Boondocks. Download Sleepless in Soweto on iTunes as well as the official website. It will most definitely be Reckless.
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