Thursday, March 8, 2012

Video Interview: Immortal Technique For Montreality

What can I say man? Tech is always on point, and this interview here is no exception...

While in NYC, Montreality got a chance to sit down with Immortal Technique for a pretty extensive 40 minute interview, all of which you can peep right here right now..

The list of things covered as follows:

- His story, growing up in Harlem, NYC during the golden era of Hip-Hop (0:16)
- The type of student he was at school, his thoughts on learning institutions (2:17)
- Jobs he's had as a teenager growing up, trials & tribulations of the youth (4:47)
- The key to success, sacrifices he's made, independence (7:33)
- His critically acclaimed project, 'The Martyr' (10:22)
- If he thinks that his music puts his life at risk (13:19
- The status on the orphanage / school that he built in Afghanistan (14:52)
- His thoughts on the aftermath of the Occupy Movement (15:31)
- The release date for his upcoming project, 'The Middle Passage' (17:32)
- What he would call his book if he were to write one (17:40)
- What he has in his pockets during the interview (17:58)
- His favorite airports across the globe (18:04)
- The reason why he doesn't have any tattoos (19:33)
- The legalization / decriminalization of Marijuana (19:51)
- Artists he'd like to collaborate with (23:26)
- Producers he'd like to collaborate with (26:28)
- The inspiration behind 'Dance With The Devil' (30:00)
- The inspiration behind 'You Never Know' (32:07)
- His many run-ins with the Police (35:07)
- What he thinks happens after death (37:42)

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