His Tao became the template of man.
Of how we should all aspire to live and lead even when/if our personal, cultural or societal circumstances don’t reach the depths and heights of his.
I tell people all of the time: I named my son after Ali but I’m raising him to be Mandela.
© Scoop Jackson
Rest in peace, Madiba.
What separates modern icons from superstars? How do the merely famous become the cultural deities that help define their music era? Your favorite music snob’s most hated Music Snobs take on these questions and more in an episode that gravitates from the heights of fame and artistic impact to the depths of questionable fate. What If Kanye West had remained a producer and never stepped to the mic? And lastly, Arthur, Scoop, Jehan, and Isaac scrutinize the effect of social media on the music lives of Twitterers and Instagramers like Rihanna and Questlove, then take time to enjoy a revealing round table discussion: Can you describe the moment you first realized you were a music snob?