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The (R)evolution of Immortal Technique Movie

 

Immortal Technique (Felipe Coronel) is a revolutionary. born in Peru, he immigrated to Harlem, NY and eventually ended up in prison. He left with a new focus on music. His aggressive style gained him instant notoriety as a battle rapper, and his first album was a word-of-mouth sensation. Unwilling to change his message for mainsteam, he remained completely independent. is subsequent projects have permanently found their way into the hearts and minds of truth seekers worldwide. Going behind the scenes, The (R)evolution of Immortal Technique is an exploration of one man’s global journey to fight injustice through music.

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The (R)evolution Of Immortal Technique [Trailer]

Immortal Technique emerged from prison a changed man. As his inner journey continues he travels the world promoting a revolution of consciousness through hip-hop. His path from a troubled youth to a fearless revolutionary is an inspirational must-see.

Immortal Technique Talks Kony 2012, Trayvon, Illuminati, Aliens, End Of World [Interview]

www.TruthIsScary.com catches up with rapper & activist Immortal Technique as he talks about humans being distracted, the killing of Trayvon Martin, Kony 2012, an end of the world scenario, aliens, and digs deep into the Illuminati. Plus more!

via HipHop-Realm

Immortal Technique Interview w/ Montreality [Video]

While out in NYC, Montreality caught up with Immortal Technique for an extensive 40 minute long interview,
here are the main topics that were discussed:

– His story, growing up in Harlem, NYC during the golden era of Hip-Hop (0:16)
– The type of student he was at school, his thoughts on learning institutions (2:17)
– Jobs he’s had as a teenager growing up, trials & tribulations of the youth (4:47)
– The key to success, sacrifices he’s made, independence (7:33)
– His critically acclaimed project, ‘The Martyr’ (10:22)
– If he thinks that his music puts his life at risk (13:19)
– The status on the orphanage / school that he built in Afghanistan (14:52)
– His thoughts on the aftermath of the Occupy Movement (15:31)
– The release date for his upcoming project, ‘The Middle Passage’ (17:32)
– What he would call his book if he were to write one (17:40)
– What he has in his pockets during the interview (17:58)
– His favorite airports across the globe (18:04)
– The reason why he doesn’t have any tattoos (19:33)
– The legalization / decriminalization of Marijuana (19:51)
– Artists he’d like to collaborate with (23:26)
– Producers he’d like to collaborate with (26:28)
– The inspiration behind ‘Dance With The Devil’ (30:00)
– The inspiration behind ‘You Never Know’ (32:07)
– His many run-ins with the Police (35:07)
– What he thinks happens after death (37:42)

Mr. Green ft. Sherry Somach and Immortal Technique – “Live from the Streets” [Video]

Live from the Streets. Mr. Green had this to say;

“In the fifth episode, we headed over to the Trocadero theater in Philly to meet up with Immortal Technique. He was on tour to promote his new album “The Martyr” and was under the weather but took the time to record some vocals for us to use as a scratch hook. Even though he was exhausted he was cool enough to give us a shout out and some words of encouragement. Then we went to Occupy Philadelphia at City Hall to meet up with an amazing woman named Sherry Somach. She talked to us a while about protesting back in the days of the Vietnam war vs. today and played us her original song “99 Percent”. Next we headed up to New York City to film on Wall St. where the entire occupy movement began. Finally, since the protest has spread to over 200 different cities nationwide, we gather some clips filmed in other parts of the country.”

Immortal Technique On MTV (!?!?)

Oh wow… I really didn’t expect to see Immortal Tech ever to make it to MTV. If it was 15-20 years earlier- it would appear to be normal- but nowadays its weird! Is MTV really planing on playing some real music again? I know Immortal Tech is not the person who would ever sell out. Anyway- good job MTV and Immortal Technique!

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