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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


My Australian Radio Interview with John Safran

Here’s an interview I did with John Safran on his Triple J radio show in Melbourne, Australia. His co-host, Father Bob, is an ordained priest. A very cool, old and funny one in fact. This interview took place on Oct 14th, 2010. We discuss the death of CDs, LI(F)E, Brother Ali, post-racial society, Public Enemy, and Insane Clown Posse.

Sage Francis Vs. John Safran (2010 radio interview)

John Saftan Vs. Sage Francis

I wish I had seen these following two videos of John Safran before we had our interview because I would have gladly delved deeper into the religion stuff. Maybe next time.

5 Responses to “My Australian Radio Interview with John Safran”

  1. Brett says:

    “Sage my name, Sage my name…”

  2. Ben says:

    draggin the past in a big bag

  3. Other says:

    Awesome! come back soon!

  4. paul says:

    we stand bastards of plenty