Comics Are Hip Hop

#4pages16bars is a multi book project series that is gonna change the way we support, network, and BUILD.
Completely honored to be a part of it, and in such a huge way!

And being that it’s being organized from a DETROIT artist, well…..

it just makes me 37.9% more fuzzy.

Guess what?! As yet another #MECCAcon2015 fundraiser/donation, you can now purchase your digital copy of 4 PAGES 16 BARS: SEQUENTIAL GRAFFITI (art book) on my Etsy page! Only $5.99! Get yours TODAY!!

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The Afrosoul Chronicles

4 Pages | 16 Bars: A Visual Mixtape... We're coming for yo' ass! 4 Pages | 16 Bars: A Visual Mixtape… We’re coming for yo’ ass!

“It was all a dream, I used to read Wizard Magazine…”

– Paraphrasing ‘Juicy” by The Notorious B.I.G

Pssst… Guess what?

Comics are Hip Hop.

It takes a strong woman to control a community... It takes a strong woman to control a community…

Of course, if this were written in the 20s, I would have said, “Comics are the Blues.” If this were written in the 40s, then Comics would be akin to Jazz. In the 60s, Comics would be considered Rock and Roll

You get the idea.

Comics started out as a sort of gutter hybrid art form of image and text, which (for the most part) were crudely drawn, crudely written disposable fair printed on cheap paper for the unwashed masses, mostly children, to enjoy.

Comics are hood. Back in the day, nobody who considered themselves “true” artists or…

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