Gil Scott-Heron, soul & jazz poet, musician, author, & self-described "bluesologist". He was primarily known as a spoken word performer, addressing social & political issues, particularly with his popular "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised" work. His music, notably on Pieces of a Man and Winter in America, influenced & helped engender later African-American music genres such as hip hop & neo soul. Music writers have described him as "the godfather of rap" & "the Black Bob Dylan". R.I.P.
idk where else to put this one, but it has a damn good point. Are we so freakin crazy that we shun certain drinks for being "girly?" My sister literally had a drink last night that had five different types of alcohol in it, that's way more freakin intense than a beer, or one type of vodka, etc.