ZULU FUNK ALERT! THE LUNCH BREAKS SHOW IS COOKING!

Peace,

Every Tuesday and Thursday from 2PM to 4PM you can see and hear the Ahki Richie Colon, known to most as Rocksteady Crew President and B-boy Legend Crazy Legs on the web! Why? Because along with D-Stroy, they flip different styles of music while recommending different kinds of healthy food which supply the people with food for thought and food for the soul at the same time! It’s Crazy Legs’ latest effort at using music and dance to cross cultures and inform as is the mission of all Amazulu!

For more information inquire on the web and/or call at:

Tuesdays and Thursdays at 2-4PM EST on http://www.ustream.tv/channel/crazylegsrsc

http://crazylegsworkshop.com/lunch-breaks

1(888)742-3345

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HIPSTEP ZULU RUGS, ORDER NOW!!!!

Peace,

We ARE and will always be Universal! This is “Home decor” brought to you by Hipstep Zulus President, Zulu King “Tc-Izlam” and Def Squad Emcee/Producer Eric Sermon! It is made to order and handcrafted from a variety of carpet styles & textures right in NJ of the United States!

Hipstep Zulu Rugs deliver a unique product that will ignite your brand in your studio, home, office, or anyplace you want a handmade custom rug! Discounts on Zulu Nation rugs for all registered card carrying members and chapters that want to sell these to raise capital for your Chapter or Organization!

Please go to HIPSTEPZULURUGS@GMAIL.COM, LEAVE YOUR CONTACT INFO AND ORDER, AND SOMEONE WILL GET BACK TO YOU ASAP DURING NORMAL BUSINESS HOURS… THESE ARE OFFICIAL RUGS OF THE HIPHOP AND ELECTRONIC COMMUNITY!

For more information inquire on the web at:

HIPSTEPZULURUGS@GMAIL.COM
http://www.facebook.com/tc.izlam
tc.izlam@facebook.com
http://www.tcizlam.com

SALUTE: HIP-HOP’S PHOTOGRAPHER, ZULU JOE CONZO!

Peace,

The following is taken from Joeconzo.com:

“Back in the 70’s, Joe Conzo’s pictures were part of Hip-Hop. 30 years later, his pictures are part of Hip-Hop history. Born February 6, 1963 and raised on the tough streets of the South Bronx, Joe was definitely at the right place at the right time. Strapped with a camera 24/7 during the late 70’s and early 80’s, he intimately captured the birth of Hip-Hop music and a culture that would forever change the world.

Having attended school with some of the pillars of Hip-Hop, such as The Cold Crush Brothers, Joe was never too far from a classic shot. He would go on to be the Crush’s exclusive photographer and record some of the most candid and exhilarating moments of the pioneering rap group to date. With the help of True School flyer king Buddy Esquire, those photos and many others would soon grace party flyers and event posters and act as the earliest forms of Hip-Hop marketing and promotion.

In addition to the Cold Crush, he documented other legendary Hip-Hop groups like the Treacherous 3, Fearless 4 and Fantastic 5 in famed venues such as The T-Connection, Harlem World, Ecstasy Garage and The Roxy. Many luminaries, like Kool Moe Dee of the Treacherous 3 and Rahiem of the Furious 5 consider Joe to be “one of the first Hip-Hop photographers”. But Joe’s photographic contributions to urban culture weren’t limited to just Hip-Hop. Being the grandson of the late “Hell Lady of the Bronx” Dr. Evelina Antonetty, Joe also documented the political and socio-economic conditions that played a great role in the late 70’s, early 80’s South Bronx. Joe’s dad, Joe Conzo Sr. acted as ‘confidant and historian’ of late “King of Latin Music” Tito Puente. Joe Sr.’s unique position allowed his son exclusive access to some of the most influential names in the world of Latin Music. Salsa greats like Hector Lavoe, Tito Puente, Celia Cruz, Johnny Pacheco and Ray Baretto were brilliantly shot by Joe as they shaped the face of Latin Music.

As fate would have it, Joe’s success and popularity would come to a screeching halt, as Joe unfortunately became a product of the harsh environment in which he shot. During a battle with drug addiction and in search of personal and professional growth, Joe would disappear off the photographic radar for nearly 2 decades.

Today, Joe is a 14-year veteran of the New York City Fire Dept., working as an EMT and rediscovering his love for photography. Joe’s work has appeared on VH1, featured in a highly acclaimed New York Times article and has appeared in publications such as VIBE, The Source, Hip-Hop Connection (Europe), Urban Hitz (Australia), Esquire and Wax Poetics. His work was also featured in the books Hip Hop Immortals, Yes, Yes, Y’all and displayed at the prestigious “Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture” in New York. In addition, Joe and his work are part of a world tour surrounding his highly successful, Born In The Bronx photo retrospective with a book of the same name to follow in 2007. Conzo concedes, “Photography has changed so much. No more darkrooms, no more chemicals, nothing but computers and digital cameras”. Joe might’ve made
way for new technology and advanced hardware, but I guess that ain’t too bad when you’ve already made history.”

-James “Koe” Rodriguez

For more information contact Zulu Joe Conzo on the web:

http://www.facebook.com/jconzo

jconzo@facebook.com

http://www.joeconzo.com

jconzo@aol.com


THANKS AHKI, PEACE!

All pictures in the above article appear courtesy of Joe Conzo

Zulu Warrior Security Inc.

Peace,

Zulu/Shaka Security is now for hire… for the right cause!

Location:
304 Park Avenue South 11th Floor
New York, New York 10010

Description:
1) Security Consulting : Consulting services offered in a variety of specialized areas Armed & Unarmed

2) Guards / Uniformed & plain clothes Guards : Over 75 agents and officers employed; on call to fulfill all clients needs for manpower Threat

3) Examination : Analysis of potential exposure and advise how to minimize exposure

4) Product Relocation : Reduce shrinkage and inventory loss High

5) Rise Commercial Property : Access control, public relations and traffic control

6) Executive Protection : In the professional and personal aspects of the executives life

7) Special Events : Require large amounts of officers for a short amounts of time

8) Night life ( Lounges, Bars & Clubs) : Regulating and monitor patrons while maintaining a fun safe environment

9) Conflict Resolution : Identify potential problem before they happen and resolve them according in the a fair and unbais manner!

For more information on the web:

http://www.facebook.com/ZWSNYC
ZWSNYC@gmail.com

ZULU FUNK ALERT! ZULU TRIBE RADIO, MONDAYS 6PM-8PM!

Peace,

Overstand, we ARE thee Universal… Zulu… Nation! Universal = Everywhere, North, South, East, and West! From Black, White, Asian, Latino, Muslim, Christian, Nuwabuian, Hebrew Israelite, Moor, God-Body, to the Annunaqui and their descendants! With this being said, check out more of my Amazulu family in LA on the net! DJ Mark Luv and DJ Vicious Lee live @ http://breal.tv/ on Zulu Tribe Radio, Mondays 6PM-8PM!

Here you’ll find straight mixes with two of L.A.’s top DJs you never heard of: DJ Vicious Lee (2 Pac, Tone Loc) & DJ Mark Luv (Zulu Nation, The Pharcyde, Unity, Rock The Bells) playing a healthy dose of Hip Hop, Funk, R&B, Rap & Reggae among other things, so sit back and enjoy the ride to the Westside!

For more information contact Zuluz Marcus Markluv McLaurin and/or Shannon Vicious-Lee Brown on the web:

http://www.facebook.com/djmarkluv
http://www.twitter.com/djmarkluv
http://www.facebook.com/djviciouslee
http://viciouslee.moonfruit.com/

PLEASE LIKE THEIR PAGE IF YOU HAVE NOT YET DONE SO:

https://­www.facebook.com/­pages/ZTR-wwwbrealtv/­133671486736104

QUEENS PHOTOGRAPHY

Peace,

Let us continue to practice Garveyism by strengthening each others businesses through support, word of mouth, and financial patronage! Zulu Queen Michele is the President of Chapter 76 of the Universal Zulu Nation in Pennsylvania and the Founder of Unifying Through The Hip Hop Culture,Inc. & The Harrisburg City Breakers, as well as a Hip Hop Educator, Hip Hop Historian, Graff Writer, Photographer, Filmer, & Make-Up Artist!

QUEENS PHOTOGRAPHY is a company that specializes 1) Photography 2) Filming 3) Make-up for pictures 4) Photo Shoots For Models, Proms, Weddings, Birthday, Lectures, and/or Concerts!

Zulu Queen Michele, had a vision to unify the inner city Youth, Teachers and Parents through the Hip-Hop culture by incorporating Education, Entertainment, and Art in the curriculum. Ms. Hairston started Unifying Through The Hip Hop Culture in 2001 through researching the youth in the inner- community to learn that they spends 75% of their time watching soft-porn music videos , listening to negative rap music and imitating the art of life that usually ends in violence. Through this, Ms Hairston started incorporating Hip Hop into the lesson plans such as; Math, Phonics, Literacy and Social Studies…

For more information contact Zulu Queen Michele ( MIchele Hairston) on the web:

http://www.facebook.com/ZuluQueenMIchele

http://www.facebook.com/pages/QUEENS-PHOTOGRAPHY/114316531920798

zuluqueenmichele@facebook.com

http://www.harrisburgcitybreakers.com

mshairston3@yahoo.com

PLEASE NO SPAM!

ZULU FUNK ALERT! SAMSSUN IS ON SOUNDCLOUD.COM!

Peace,

Sam ‘Ahki Samssun’ Robinson was born in Amityville NY September 1974, the birth year of Hip-Hop! He learned of and fell in love with the five elements (emceeing, deejaying, b-boying, graffiti writing, and knowledge) of Hip-Hop early on as a youth, making his first recording at the tender age of eleven! Dabbling in almost all the elements, his two major fortes were Visual Art and Moving the Crowd. In his borough of this cultures Mecca, he spent years honing his craft recording a multitude of promotional material for underground radio, in and out of groups, and putting out independent vinyl and compact disc’s.

Throughout his career he has shared the stage with a host of artists (such as The Cold Krush Brothers, the Krash Krew, the Furious Five, Double Trouble, KRS-One, Big Daddy Kane, DJ Red Alert, De la Soul, Redman, Keith Murray, Common, O.C., Organized Konfusion, and others). These Hip-Hop shows were often part of college tours or at locations such as the Wetlands, S.O.B.’s, the Lennox lounge, the Nuyorican Café, and a long list of legendary hot spots in the Big Apple.

As adults it is our responsibility to first attempt to make change in our own communities, in hopes that the domino effect causes this work to trickle down toward other territories in aims to one day fully cover the entire globe. With this being said to work closely with others and be effective, we should seek those who share our same moral code, cultural awareness, and aspirations. Thus Samssun joined Chapter 25 of the oldest, largest, and most respected grass roots Hip-Hop organization in the world, the Universal Zulu Nation! He is due to release an independent album fall, 2012 (None of the songs on Soundcloud will appear on the upcoming album)!

Hurry up and hear it at:

MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE UPCOMING ALBUM TO COME! STAY TUNED!