Album cover: Li(f)e

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Sage Francis Bio

"All great truths begin as blasphemies," proclaimed the fiery playwright George Bernard Shaw. It's a sentiment that can be applied exponentially to the works of rapper Sage Francis and his exhilarating new album Li(f)e. Francis has never been afraid to provoke. As a result he is a sometimes polarizing and increasingly important figure in modern music. Adored by many, reviled by a few but never ignored and always essential, Sage Francis has emerged as the reigning agent provocateur of hip hop. Read more


Interview with CinemaSpartan &

To start this blog off, I’d like to share two of my favorite interviews I’ve done over the past couple months. In this interview with we discuss print media, films, Guru (RIP,), Ticketmaster, and music.

Interview with Cinemaspartan

Here is a link to my interview with The Onion (via Chicago’s A.V. Club) discussing what I plan to do after “rap.” Most of it has to do with punching various people in their face.

6 Responses to “Interview with CinemaSpartan &”

  1. […] A Waterline remix video & 2 informative interviews « Li(f)e – New … […]

  2. FLAWED LOGIC says:

    Nice!!! I’ve been working on a video for the Waterline remix I did… Hopefully I can finish it soon!!! Nice work Cinemascape.

  3. apple bones says:

    when you like a band or artist , you can usually say oh , ” blah blah ” was my favourite song by them , with mister francis i have honestly tried to sit down and pick my 3 favourites tunes by him and i honestly cant pick my top 3 , but saying that , waterline , is the one that makes spine tingle and i have left instructions with family that when my body leave this world , waterline will the song played at my funeral ( sorry for the morbidness )

  4. I get where you are coming from. Being in the transport game myself I’ve observed a ton of crazy dilemmas then I’d like to mention. Thanks for the fantastic post.

  5. Abrams says:

    Great job on the Waterline video. Such a pity to what happens in this world…

    Great RESPECTS to Sage Francis and the rest of the team..


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