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Articles by Malcolm Lee

Make A Change (ft. Mid*One, Sherri)

New release from Bay Area Music Artist Apakalips http://www.reverbnation.com/apakalips1

We Speak Baylingual Music Blog: Malcolm Lee and Society: "Power Trippin" EP

The homies Malcolm Lee and Society of Metafizix have been working hard on this EP for last year, and this is the fruits of their labor.

The Law of Rythm Rocks Downtown San Jose

San Jose Zulu threw a show at in downtown San Jose, bringing diverse aspect of the Hip Hop community together, with proceeds going to the YWCA's victims of domestic violence program.

Highway Blues -- Featuring Dem One and Solis Cin Produced by Malcolm Lee

Producer Malcolm Lee links with emcee Dem One & Solis Cin, as they speak on that drive we all take once in a while to get our thoughts in order. Additional Vocals: Uncle Jerry.

The Long Awaited Tour Through IQ's Soundlab

IQ's Soundlab joins mathematic rhymes with scientific beats to create a Hip Hop album that whn listened too is like one cohesive tour through the work of MC/Producer IQ. Each track off this album is like a chapter, all of them having there own intent withink the overall purpose of the album. A must listen.

We Speak Baylingual Music Blog: "A Deep Rooted Insight"

This song is about the the elders in our community who traveled from their home country to this country we call home.

"Everyone Should Be Eating" -- San Jose Hip Hop Community Comes Together to Build the Movement

Artists, producers, and other contributors to the San Jose hip hop scene gathered to discuss their future as a movement.

“foi o axe”

Malcolm writes about the meaning of the Brazilian saying "foi o axe", "it was the ashe" from his Capoiera teacher.

"Its A Wonderful Occupation" -- Occupy Resolutions for 2012

As participants of the Occupy movement protested in front of Wells Fargo, with the back drop of Christmas in the Park, De-Bug asked protesters what their resolutions were for the Occupy movement in 2012.

Dealing with Diversity and Inclusion at Occupy

Malcolm Lee interviews local activist Jose Romero about Occupy San Jose, and the issues around diversity that arose during the October 30th Peoples General Assembly meeting he was asked to facilitate.
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