Tuesday, April 20, 2010

The only persons I want to console me about Guru are Brian Coleman and Branford Marsalis.



From The Boston Globe, just 'cause I feel like hometown obits are the most respectful.

OH, AND WHAT HAVE WE HERE. Why, it's some good rap music coupled with some love! Mister Cee's very very special Guru-imbued Throwback at Noon today, his voice cracking and his breathing slow and focused, streaming at Rap Radar with a higher quality version on Megaupload that will startle and move you with its greatness.

A great man, a great rapper, a great humanitarian for hiphop...don't ever let anybody tell you that you can't show your love for somebody. Ain't nobody gon stop me from doin what I need to do for Guru! The voice cracking and the slow breathing, I know I just mentioned it but oh it is such a lovely expression of affection from one friend to another friend. Sharp blades, heavenly praise, and dues are paid!



druff said...

any thoughts on the deathbed letter supposedly written by Guru, in which he harshly divorces his legacy from Premo? it's stirring controversies; some people think it was written by that Solar dude.

?uestlove: "not trying to bring negativity into the situation. but i do NOT believe he wrote that letter. 1) he was in a coma. 2) HE WAS IN A COMA!"


davidenzo said...

interesting take about the situation:


btw, i sent you an e-mail. hoping you got it?