¡We can no longer be a bunch of empty minds living in critical times refusing to recognize real lies!

Monday 31 December 2012

THE DAHL HAUS PRESENTS: THE END(S) OF DECEMBER 2012
































A MOST GLORIOUS FUTURE...



"If the present could only decipher the past, it would 

unfold a most glorious future!"



Lumumba Odingo




Sunday 30 December 2012

WE HAVE FORGOTTEN...






"We have forgotten how great we are and our contribution and responsibilities to this planet and each other. We have forgotten that we need each other and that we are to be there for each other. We have forgotten how easy it is for us to live for, of, and by each other. We have forgotten our cultures and what it means to respect ours and another's culture. We have forgotten what it means to be a part of a family and a community. We exist as a bunch of individuals whose only concern appears to be about ourselves and our material possessions. We have forgotten what it means to live in peace, and it seems many of us have chosen to accept chaos as the norm. We have forgotten how to see the world from our reality and not someone else's. We have forgotten that this journey is really all about serving the will of The Most High, or whatever name you choose to call your maker."
Jacqueline D. Harris
Healing and Freedom Through These Sacred Tone Masters

Saturday 29 December 2012

THE DAHL HAUS PRESENTS: DECEMBER STIFF ONES


‘STIFF’ STUFFERS FOR YOUR STOCKINGS…













THROW BACK VIDEO: GANGSTA LEAN



"Gangsta Lean" is a song by American R&B group DRS, from their 1993 debut album Gangsta Lean.
It spent six weeks at #1 on the U.S. Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart and peaked at #4 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100[1]. Its highest peak was on the New Zealand Singles Chart, where it spent three weeks at #1.
The song heavily references the phrase "gangsta lean", coined by American singer William DeVaughn and first heard on his 1974 song "Be Thankful for What You Got". Primarily, based on the terminology, it opens up with a dedication "to my homies" (an urban term for "friends"), who lost their lives in tragic situations related to inner city life.
The song/album was released under Hammer's management company, Roll Wit It Entertainment.[1][2] The top selling song of the year at the time, "Gangsta Lean" has sold over 2.5 million copies with over 2 million views on Youtube.[3]

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