ROT 010 A Jazzy Space Trip with R Kain Blaze - Rappers Over Thirty

Episode 10

ROT 010 A Jazzy Space Trip with R Kain Blaze

In this episode: Imp plays music and interviews “R. Kain Blaze” an international award winning filmmaker who also happens to rap, publish magazines, direct, produces films, and is a member of the band “Afrofraktal”.

Blaze discusses his upcoming “Pajaud: Art+ Work” documentary about the late William Pajaud an African American artist known for his jazz themed paintings. The documentary will be available for free on from February 7th thru mid March of 2021. Or watch here

The two discuss Blaze being a vegan, killing Willie Lynch Syndrome, and Ava Duvernay and her good friend Oprah Winfrey

Imp also plays the “noise funk and whatever in-between” music from “Afrofractal” in this episode called “A Jazzy Space Trip with R Kain Blaze”

The songs played are:

"The Town Was Great", "Robo". "Fork Tongue Snake Eyes Buttered Men".

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For more information: on R. Kain Blaze visit his official site:

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The Rappers Over Thirty Podcast is a motivational, healthy hip hop living, rap music business, network for underground rap artists over thirty. The podcast has interviews, hip hop album reviews, and an underground hip hop radio station that plays...

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Steven Laws

My name is Steven “Imp The Great” Laws, I’m a rap music producer (By Any Means Music) and a filmmaker (From Rap To Film). I’m an accomplished rapper/emcee and novice filmmaker, and I enjoy cooking. I’m 57 years old and I’ve been rapping since age 13. I’m a well-known underground emcee in Los Angeles, as I’m from the “Project Blowed” and “Good Life” open mic venues. In the 1997 “Rap Olympics” I won one-round-out-of-two in a rap battle against Eminem. Although we split rounds he was declared the winner (go figure).

I’m also the founder and host of “The Rappers Over Thirty Podcast” (R.O.T). I started the podcast to support, network, and help build the fanbase for rappers over thirty. I believe the “Rap is a young man’s game” philosophy is a conspiracy that falls in line with the "Willie Lynch Letters”. The (R.O.T) podcast is open for healthy discussions with those who agree or disagree with “Rap is a young man’s game”. - Imp The Great