Earth Saylove

Emcee and Ethnomusicologist: Deejay, Producer, Author, and Mentor.

“My objective is the preservation of hip hop culture.” Saylove is a hip hop / soul jazz artist, moonlighting as an FM jazz radio producer and mentor recovering missing girls. DOWNLOAD on Apple Music and Subscribe!

Hip Hop and the Art of Peace Education

Domestic: $25 + $5 Autograph. Workbook: Additional $15 Per Copy. International/Bulk Order Please Inquire: saylove@hiphop.education

Hip Hop and the Art of Peace Education offers youth critical education to aid in dismantling structural violence. Volume 1 introduces readers to the six petals of peace education, outlining ways hip hop may facilitate peace education in classrooms, communities, in peace and conflict zones. Following Saylove’s master’s thesis — it is the first text on the interconnectedness of peace education and hip hop culture. ❦

Highlighting the need for an increased knowledge of self, self-love, health, and increased knowledge to improve the quality of life (of all people) — Volume 1 proposes the development of a movement to raise awareness surrounding the advancement of peace education through the 5 elements of hip hop culture, to include: music, radio, art, literature, and events — alongside education, building a culture of peace. ❦

Recommended for teachers, scholars, activists, artists, and community groups. Our Workbooks are also available for order. Multicultural, Arts in Eduction. ❦  It Was Written, Edited, Formatted, Designed, and Self-Published, by Earth “Saylove,” in collaboration with #HipHopEd

Jazzy Peoples

“Jazz sampling and story-telling, preserving the nonlinear dimension of hip hop.”

Stylistics Promo
Saylove feat. John Robinson and J-Rawls (2009) & Jazzy People’s Stylistic’s Radio Hour (2019)

Jazzy Peoples, A Jazzy Peoples Production, specializes in FM jazz radio production and hip hop. “We use sampling, storytelling, ethnomusicology, hip hop and jazz, in our creative process and FM jazz radio production to preserve the nonlinear dimension of hip hop rooted in the 1960’s era of jazz, and soul music, with roots reaching to the past and flowering up to this day.” We are developing a production studio, and archive, to educate our viewers and listeners through live performances, mixes, record reviews, and interviews, with jazz and hip hop artists. Airing on WJZP to half a million residents and streaming online to an international audience!

Contact

saylove@hiphop.education

The Jazz Flower

Friday 6-8 PM EST

The Jazz Flower

The Jazz Flower, first airing on April 16th, 2021, is rooted in the 1960’s era of jazz, and soul music. With roots reaching to the past, and flowering up to this day, selections range from Hard Bop, to Latin Jazz, Ethiopian Jazz, Cape Jazz, Afro-Beat, Contemporary Jazz, Soul, Women In Jazz, Tributes, Big Band and Swing, etc. Some of our aesthetic influences include Rakim, De La Soul, The Wu-Tang Clan, Gang Starr, and A Tribe Called Quest. Our growing Studio Record Archive includes Shirley Scott, Milt Jackson, Horace Silver, Max Roach, Lou Donaldson, Lonnie Smith, Dizzy Gillespie and more! The Jazz Flower represents the roots of jazz in referencing jasmine flowers, promoting healing, community, and sublime states in music.

FAQ

Q. Where do I find the online stream?

A. On laptops, tap “All Streams” at upper right. On mobile devices, tap the wav icon at the bottom right corner. From there, select the Maine Public Classical stream. HERE!

Q. Is The Jazz Flower archived, or is it only available Friday 6-8 PM EST?

A. The Jazz Flower is only available during our weekly broadcast. We hope to provide an archive soon.

Q. Where can I find the playlist?

A. The playlist populates under the Maine Public Classical schedule during our weekly broadcast HERE.

Q. Is The Jazz Flower syndicated?

A. The Jazz Flower is available on our seven Maine Public Classical Stations and online stream. We are considering syndication in the future.

Contact

saylove@mainepublic.org