Popular Too Short Beat Flipped from Freaky Tales to Black History Tales

Harriet TubmanLooking for a great way to get a lesson on Black History… Here’s a brother from Oakland named  Eseibo the Automatic and his partners that took a popular Too Short song ‘Freaky Tales‘ and flipped it to be Black History Tales… I’m feeling this.. Hopefully you are as well..We need more joints like this…

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jQtPTqoH0Dk&sns=tw

Here’s another cool song Esibo did that focuses on Huey Newton

Comments

  1. interesting -rust

  2. Liking this to the fullest and sharing…this is real good for kids as well as adults…Special note should be taken of those Black people among the histories given that are still alive…! All Power to the People!

  3. High praise! Seriously high praise, for all his tracks you posted. Thank you.

  4. I ENJOYED AN WAS INLIGHTEN AS I MADE THIS VIDEO. I AM 37 AND WAS IN SCHOOL ALL OVER. MAD RESPECT FOR THIS BROTHER. MUCH COULD HAVE BEEN DONE FOR THE VIDEO BUT HIS APPROACH WAS TO HAVE THE FOCUS AS A TEACHER…THUS THE BACK GROUND AND HIM……MORE TO COME FROM HIM.

  5. SmilingWakandan says:

    This is a cool song, but there are a few errors: young Frederick Douglass is shown during the bars about Denmark Vessey and Toussaint Louverture did not lead Haitians against the British during the Haitian Revolution (Haitians defeated the French).

    Also, the video shows a portrait of Dr. James McCune Smith, instead of Toussaint, during the bars about Toussaint. See here: http://thelouvertureproject.org/index.php?title=Toussaint_L%27Ouverture_and_the_Haytian_Revolutions

    But anyway, good for Esebibo.

  6. I like it!! I think this is so dope how they took a negative song and turned it postive -teal

  7. Great read (RED)

  8. wow -rust

  9. very creative.. -purple

  10. Thats how to do it. (RED)

  11. nice. cobalt.

  12. What’s up, its nice post on the topic of media print, we all understand media is a great source of information.

  13. African Herbsman says:

    @SmilingWakandan The Hatians had to fight the French, the British, and the Spanish to take their freedom. None of those countries wanted to see a successful rebellion, so they forgot their differences in the name of White Supremacy. I saw that picture of Frederick Douglass when he spoke about Denmark Vesey though. Still a dope song, and I like the way he turned a negative to a positive.

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