to perform out in public and capture the reactions of onlookers that
came out of buildings and off of the corners to see what was causing
all the commotion. It was really intriguing as people from the
neighborhood came up and started asking questions about Street Truth,
Capicu and performance poetry in general, and some were even motivated
to come in to watch the show.
opened the show with a monologue to set the tone for what was about to
go down in Area 51.
to reach our innermost being
and affect us at the basic level of our understanding
He would probably drop a Hip Hop album
Such is the strength and reach of our music today
But let it be known that God already speaks to us
If you ever zoned out to
Poor Righteous Teachers,
Tonight was a little bit different as Capicu Poetry had to switch up
the format a bit to accomodate the heavyweight second half of the
show. The Open Mic performers included some of our Capicu loyalists as
well as some new faces to our Brooklyn home. Performances included a
collabo piece between Dean and Brother Derrick, a solo by Brother
Essence LaMonde, Poeta Guerrera, and a surprise visit and reading
from the multi-talented and highly revered Sandra Garcia Rivera.
The second half featured a dynamic performance by Division X that
our young people are unfamiliar with today. Special invited guests
Product) from the legendary DJ Disco Wiz!
Also, in the audience we saw fellow Williamsburg progressive artists 1 Soul.
See you all on May 18th, when the featured performers will be Bonafide
Rojas and his band The Mona Passage. In the words of Bona…
TIME FOR SOME ***** GUITARS!!!