Detroit native James Dewitt Yancey (also known as J Dilla and Jay Dee) was one of the most prolific and influential producers in the history of hip-hop. The Legacy Lives On is a memorial tribute consisting of an urban scale timer that counts down to 70 years after Yancey’s death, at which point his music will be free of copyright and enter the public domain. This temporary version of the piece was installed on the facade of the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History in Detroit on Oct. 5 and 6, 2012.
The software and source code used to project the memorial can be downloaded and modified for use with other artists at the links below.
Download source code: the_legacy_lives_on.zip.
Free Speech is a new piece that I premiered at the Kunsthalle Museum last week in Vienna. Thanks to everyone in Vienna that called in, especially Faceboook entertainers Roomeoo Kuubii and Ali Bakelasia… subscribe to their Facebook and ‘like’ all of their photos.
Free Speech was curated by Sydney Ogidan and created in collaboration with the BLK River Festival. Additional thanks to Catherine Hug for her support in bringing it to the Kunsthalle.
Welcome to the 8th annual X-MIX, an end of the year mixtape celebration. As always, these aren’t necessarily songs released this year, but just a collection of things I’ve listened to in 2011. Thanks to Bobby, LM4K and DJ Prepare for floating many of these tunes my way. Merry X-MIX Internet!
Gingers In Paris: X-MIX 2011 (34:26)
– Shake Your Tree, Tracky Birthday
– how to Warp a song in Ableton 8 (new), YouTube user innerstatejt
– 48 Laws of Power audio book, by Robert Greene
– Hard In the Paint, Waka Flocka Flame (remix by MartyParty)
– Gucci Gucci, Kreayshawn
– Turnt Down, Hodgy beats
– Nightcall, Kavinsky & Lovefoxxx
– Feather, Little Dragon
– Swerve, Shabazz Palaces
– H.O.V.A., S. Carter
– Michael Knight, Currensy ft. Raekwon
– Dinner Guest, Styles P
– 15th And The 1st, Gucci Mane and Waka Flocka Flame
– Limit To Your Love, James Blake
– Niggas In Paris, Jay-Z & Kanye West
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