Alright everyone, we got part 2 of our interview with Raggo Zulu Rebel! We continue our discussion about the fierce competition involved in the music industry and how it creates a myriad of distractions. We also discuss how competition engenders an environment where everyone is attempting to stake their place in the different “degrees of pimping”. Raggo breaks down the fallacies of charities and talks about the concepts behind his latest album Holy War. There is so much covered in this interview, it’s impossible to include it all in a summary, you just gotta listen!
The music featured on this episode is:
- “Shut em Down” and “Ape In A Cave” from HOLY WAR (WW1)
- “Bun Dem Down” ft Cyclonious and “Marcus Garvey (Rbg)” ft Eyesis Star & Zion Citizen from The Return of Jah Messenger, and
- “Street Life” from I Walk Alone.