I got some time to spend with hiphopper extraordinaire Sekajipo in Coconut Grove the other day. Sekajipo is an amazing musician on the hiphop scene in Miami.
He easily moves between ethnically diverse communities of Miami hitting the mic, slinging a guitar, and laying down tracks. I caught up with Sekajipo on the move down in Coconut Grove for a photo shoot in the jungle meets lucid communication.
Coconut Grove has changed a lot since I was a youth growing up in Miami, but one thing still rings true of the Grove being one of the freshest neighborhoods out in Miami. There is a gumbo mix of people that make the Grove their home and Sekajipo is at home walking the streets here or just chilling on his yellow and green patio watching the palm trees sway in the breeze.
We hit a few spots in the neighborhood and we had a great time reasoning on all things. We talked about what he is up to at Catalyst and the news of the day the shooting of Trayvon.
I love working with such amazing people like Sekajipo! Sekajipo and his music shows me that there are many good people out there in the 305 dropping beats that make one pause and think for a minute. Well, in reality, they can change the way you view the world.
I look forward to more music from Sekajipo and more ninja style photo shoots too.
If you haven’t already check out Sekajipo’s homepage.
You can add him on Facebook too.
Of course the conscious party doest stop on twitter.
His latest one Revolutionary Love is the Jam.
As always, there is more 2 come.