Brotha Ed Onaci

Brotha Ed Onaci

Brotha Onaci is a student, teacher, and turntable liberationist who uses DJing to bring progressive change to the world. A former Chicago resident, he helped co-found Sonic Diaspora and the People’s DJs Collective. Now in Philadelphia, Brotha Onaci spins at various venues and events in the area. You can also check him out during Sonic Diaspora at Patty Boom Boom in DC on the 1st & 3rd Wednesdays of each month.

Rhymes:     Mos Def “If You Can Huh, You Can Hear,” Lauryn Hill “Lost Ones,” and J-Live “Traveling Music”
Reasons:
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Songs From this Interview:
Mos Def “If You Can Huh, You Can Hear”

Mos Def “Universal Magnetic”

Reflection Eternal ft. Mos Def “Fortified Live”

GZA “Swordsman”

Mobb Deep “Still Shinin'”

Killah Priest “B.I.B.L.E.”

Reflection Eternal “Manifesto”

Lauryn Hill “Lost Ones”

Lauryn Hill “Doo Wop (That Thing)”

Raekwon ft. Ghostface Killah “Rainy Dayz”

Common ft. D’Angelo “Geto Heaven Part II”

Brand Nubian “Weed vs. Weaves”

Raekwon “Heaven & Hell”

J-Live “One for the Griot”

J-Live “A Charmed Life”

J-Live “Traveling Music”

J-Live “Satisfied”

P. Diddy “Bad Boys for Life”

Fela Kuti “Water No Get Enemy”

Lupe Fiasco “Around My Way (Freedom Ain’t Free)”

Ani DeFrano “In or Out”

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