I want to spotlight a very prolific, versatile artist and a good buddy of mine. His name is Marcellous Ka Sekhem Lovelace aka Infinito 2017.
The painter, rapper, and up-and-coming filmmaker is originally from Chicago, but he now resides in Memphis. Poet/rapper/producer Ennis Newman aka
introduced me to his music. He has recorded countless albums since the late 1990s, he has produced DVDs and is currently working on a short film as we speak. Yes, I was lucky enough to be in the film. Infinito has mainly operated under the radar becaues his style is not what many consider to be radio-friendly Infinito does not pen lyrics that are materialistic, misogynistic, or "gangsta". He has always felt that hip-hop should be positive and uplifting, and he has a very "pro-Black" message in all of his works. Infinito is also very concerned about supporting other artists. He has directed several videos for likeminded hip-hop artists, both in Chicago and here in Memphis, such as the Iron Mic Coalition. On top of all that, the renaissance man is also publishing an online magazine, Brothers Perspective.
He has several more videos
Here are some of the highlights of his music catalog:
2007 Natural Time
2007 Break The Spell Inside The Land Of Sevice
2007 For The Love Of Naked Black Women
2007 Belief Is Ignorance
2007 Marcellous Lovelace Answers Questions Lost In Babylon Don’t Trust Them
2007 Shes In The Wind
2007 Nephew Of Frank
2007 This Is A Day Unlike Others
2007 Siafu Morning of The Conquest
2007 Dj Hen Boogie and Infinito 2017 Black Aroma
2007 Infinito 2017 and Unagi You and Eye
2007 Neter and the Power of the Most High
2007 Ka Sekhem Ether In Utopia Back To Antiquity 2017 Fat Her Land
2008 MCML Wild 100 type
2008 God Is A Brother Hell Fighters
To buy some of his albums, albums he produced, and other art and books go here.
Infinito on MySpace
Brother's Perspective magazine.