"Revolution & Legacy" is On The Way

The American & really world saga continues, and PATH P is no stranger to creating art within the construct of the zeitgeist as a means to break free of it. Hard at work on a new album on the horizon, PATH P is poised to soon release the follow up to his award-winning 2016 project, INDIGO, with a more direct look at the current state of affairs. Revolution & Legacy will be a 2 part project, with Vol. I (The Revolution, with original beat production by Old Boy Sosa) slated for release by early Summer '17. Vol. II, The Legacy, will be slated for release towards the final quarter of 2017, including original beat production by long time collaborator & producer, MythMuzik. The Revolution is a proj

Kind of Blu3 Fundraising Art Exhibition

From February 24-26 I had the pleasure of sharing my first form of artistic expression by exhibiting paintings as part of a fundraising experience at the Five Myles Gallery in Brooklyn for the Kind of Blu3 Exhibition, curated by Madi Dangerously & the Half Baked Experience and sponsored by the AOT Project Salon. This exhibition is dedicated to not only art being a healing tool (displaying pieces in hues of blue, accentuating the healing tone of the pieces) but also to building awareness of mental health issues in communities of color, courtesy of the Siwe Project, whose mission is just that. It was really an excellent time and great connecting with other artists and art enthusiast around suc

PATH P performs during the screening of “Elementary Genocide: The School To Prison Pipeline” at Medg

Tuesday, March 14th at 6:30p, please join me as I open up a film forum at Medgar Evers College, discussing a very important, taxing and ongoing issue in Black America, during the screening of “Elementary Genocide: The School To Prison Pipeline.” “Elementary Genocide: The School To Prison Pipeline” exposes the socially engineered mechanism created by our government that utilizes the public school system to label elementary aged African-American males as work for hire targets within the U.S. penal system. Many refuse to believe there is a corporate attack on the minds and productivity of Black youth through intercepting their educational, economical and social development which results in sta

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