The Cape Cod Human Rights Commission recently hosted their Human Rights Academy for high school students, hosted at Cape Cod Academy. Students from 11 of the fourteen public and private high schools on Cape Cod participated. This year the keynote speaker was Hip-Hop Jazz artist, ZYG 808 who performed his song "Insanity" and delivered a rousing keynote speech on the importance of leveling the social playing field to achieve effective human rights work by recognizing and eradicating the socially e
Grammy nominated Hip-Hop Jazz artist and Mashpee Wampanoag Tribal Member, The ZYG 808 Delivered the keynote speech and performed for the Massachusetts Department of Transportation's Native American Heritage Luncheon.
A large room full of MassDOT employees and members of the general public gathered for the Native American Heritage Month Luncheon and Presentation at the DOT building in Downtown Boston, last Monday, November 19, 2018. This years keynote speaker: 15 year-old, Grammy nominated hip-h
Over 2000 people filled Maritime Park for the 2018 Boston Jazz Fest this past Saturday and The ZYG 808 (pronounced Zee Why Gee 808) was there to rock the crowd. Backed by his bandmates, The GroovaLottos, the young hip-hop jazz percussionist and Emcee dazzled the crowd with his simultaneous drumming and rapping skills.
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Yung Kizz Is A 21 Year Old Rapper From Boston, MA. He has been writing music ever since he was 11 years old and is really passionate about it! Ask him what he does everyday and he’s going to respond “I write music every single day” His main focus is making girl/relationship tracks but switching it up is not a problem for him at all
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Yung Kizz Is A 20 Year Old Rapper From Boston, MA. He has been writing music ever since he was 11 years old and is really passionate about it! Ask him what he does everyday and he’s going to respond “I write music every single day” His main focus is making girl/relationship songs but switching it up is not a problem for him!
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“Questioners are ‘hoteps’ who are too woke to have fun.”
The desire to see a black face in a high place is a legacy of slavery and the century of Jim Crow segregation that followed. The psychological impact of America’s apartheid is enduring, and unlikely to end without true revolutionary change.
Black people are loath to do anything that might dim the luster that emanates when one of the group becomes rich, famous or successful in some realm that was hitherto off limits. Celebrities, athletes, CE
In this video I wish to share my commentary on a YouTube video called "BLACK PANTHER EXPOSED: Witchcraft Served to the Black Community" posted by a YouTube channel by called Truthunedited. The video was Published on Feb 23, 2018. The link to this video is in the description below. My commentary is in no way a defense of the Disney/Marvel movie, I simply wish to express my thoughts on the concepts presented in this video as a rebuttal to the premise that this movie, like so many others, contain
As a performer and historian, The ZYG attends historic event, kicking of the collecting of memorabilia and memories of the Hip-Hop movements growth and development in Massachusetts, parallel to the New York scene.
Part of being a Griot is being a historian and keeper of information about those things that led to the present. After absorbing the available history of Hip-hop in the Bronx, the next logical step was to look at Hip-hop's evolution in cities like Boston, where it's contributions and in
Red and Dotie Auerbach share a laugh with Inside Sports host Harold Bell and telephone guest, tennis legend Jimmy Connors.
NBA legend Red Auerbach and abolitionist John Brown had more in common than the color of their skin. These two white men stood up for black folks when they could not stand up for themselves.
John Brown for example, is famous for leading a small group on a raid against a federal armory in Harper’s Ferry, Virginia (now West Virginia), in an attempt to start an armed slave revolt