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  1. The Five-Foot Assassin knockin fleas off his collar Hip-hop scholar since bein knee-high to a duck The height of Mugsy Bogues, complexion of a hockey puck You better ask somebody on how we flip the script Come to a Tribe show and watch the three kids rip [Q-Tip] Queens is in the house represent, represent A Tribe Called Quest represent.
  2. Steve Biko (Stir It Up) This song is by A Tribe Called Quest and appears on the album Midnight Marauders (). (Phife) Linden Boulevard represent, represent Tribe Called Quest represent, represent When the mic is in my hand, I'm never hesitant My favourite jam back in the day was Eric B.
  3. Dec 18,  · Steve Biko, the South African anti-apartheid activist who died in police custody in , is being honored with a Google Doodle on what would've been his 70th birthday.
  4. Biography Early life: – Bantu Stephen Biko was born on 18 December , at his grandmother's house in Tarkastad, Eastern Cape. The third child of Mzingaye Mathew Biko and Alice 'Mamcete' Biko, he had an older sister, Bukelwa, an older brother, Khaya, and a younger sister, Nobandile. His parents had married in Whittlesea, where his father worked as a police officer.
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  8. Steve Biko (Stir It Up) by A Tribe Called Quest. Midnight Marauders Jive Producer: A Tribe Called Quest. Main genre: Hip-Hop / Rap / R&B. Contains samples of 2 songs. Hook / Riff Other. Ekim by Michal Urbaniak Group () Hook / Riff Jazz / Blues. Blackstone.
  9. 2: Steve Biko, “White Racism and Black Consciousness,” in I Write What I Like: Selected Writings, ed. Aelred Stubbs (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, ), 63– Connection Questions In the first two paragraphs of the essay, Biko talks about the chasm between whites and blacks in South Africa.

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