owning my masters

It’s not a matter
of simply rapping.
I really happen
to have a strategy
being enacted.

“[W]hat happens once the black voice becomes disembodied, severed from its source, [re]contextualized, and [re]embodied and appropriated, or even before this point?” [37]

Alexander G. Weheliye, Phonographies: Grooves in Sonic Afro-Modernity.

A Dissertation for the Graduate School at Clemson University [OTR]

More Sounds

A.D. Carson on SoundCloud

Owning My Masters: Visuals

Video content for Owning My Masters: The Rhetorics of Rhymes & Revolutions.


A photo gallery of various related events.