"Faith is taking the first step, even when you don't see the whole staircase", was something said by a civil rights leader and clergyman you might know by the name of Martin Luther King Jr. I believe in having a dream and going after it not matter the magnitude and throughout the existence we have seen man prevail after having faith. So for track 5 off Rhode Scholar Volume 1 "Dreamin" (yes without the g you know us rappers and our grammar) we decided to visit the King Center (first time) and put a little something together for a quick visual. In no way am I comparing my dream to Dr. Kings' but I just wanted to show what faith can accomplish and show how quick we can find inspiration and seeing the results of having it no matter what you dream of.
Zulu Faz - 16+ “Rod Strickland”
In the second viral for my 16+ series is Rod Strickland shot back home in Worcester Massachusetts at a childhood landmark of mine Crystal Park, wait scratch that somebody decided to call it University Park. Anyways the idea for Rod Strickland sparked from listening to some Wu and Raekwon ends his verse on Triumph by saying “Max mostly, undivided, then slide in, sickenin/Guaranteed, made em jump like Rod Strickland” and then I just wrote some shit because I thought saying Rod Strickland sounded jazzy. Once again produced by Kaotiq Simfoni and directed by Zimbabwe Kev 16+ “Rod Strickland”.
Over your head its a rap Turban GET THE TRACK HERE!!!
We are BACK! My bro Zulu and I have been working. Sometimes that's not the most legit excuse to use when it comes to abusing waistup but we have. I've been on tumblr a lot, retumbling in the wee hours of the morning but that's what I use to cool off the steam of my hectic days and it helps my mind wind down. But this is a quick still from a video we just shot titled "Dreamin" which is off the Dj Burn One mixtape Rhode Scholar Vol.1 we should be dropping the video soon but I promise we shall be back on our waistup grizzle. I love this shirt because I know that Zulu and I we are too epic to fail, the world will see it.
Greedmont Tv has teamed up with Zulu Faz to bring you 16+, a series in which Zulu Faz will drop more than 16 bars accompanied by a short and simple visual. All the music is Produced by Zulu Faz and Zimbabwe Kev as Kaotiq Simfoni.
Olè is the 1st video in this series showcasing a very stripped down and unorthodox Kaotiq Simfoni instrumental, the video was Directed by Zulu Faz and Zimbabwe Kev.