About

The Blogging home of Hip-Hop Producer Heracy.

ThatsHeracy's LATEST TWEETS

Photos

People I Follow

  • Tumblr Staff
  • Instagram Blog
  • Book of Thoughts
  • Jay's Other Stuff
  • Buddha Scribe
  • revolutionary minded
  • Action Chick
  • Sessions'84
  • Tequila-Selai (A drunk Tali blog)
  • Make Games
1 year ago | 2 notes
The Website is LIVE! For beats that stand out, visit www.Heracy.com ! #Hiphop #R&B #RandB #Beats #Instrumentals #Heracy #Music #Producer #igers #Instadope #Instagood

The Website is LIVE! For beats that stand out, visit www.Heracy.com ! #Hiphop #R&B #RandB #Beats #Instrumentals #Heracy #Music #Producer #igers #Instadope #Instagood

2 years ago | 1 note
Good ass Fish N Chips. (Taken with instagram)

Good ass Fish N Chips. (Taken with instagram)

2 years ago
Taken with instagram

Taken with instagram

2 years ago
- THE HEAT -
Man we live in a day and time/Where people stand for nothing, fall for anything, and everything we say is fine/
David Banner - Strange

- THE HEAT -

Man we live in a day and time/
Where people stand for nothing, fall for anything, and everything we say is fine/

David Banner - Strange

3 years ago | 2,354 notes

Struggling To Be Heard: NEVER FORGET?

floacist:

There has never been another large historical event that has it’s decedents be told to ‘get over’ than the ancestors’ of the enslavement of millions of Africans transported across the Atlantic.

There has never been such any formal set of reparations for the 300+ centuries of…

Exactly. Just forget over 300 years.

Via Action Chick
3 years ago | 8 notes

THE ADVENTURES OF CAN-BOT: today was something else -_______-

buddhascribe:

can-bot:

soooooo… a teacher at my school told a classmate of mine that if you want to be successful in the film industry, do not work on black films, and do not cast black actors…

this not only bothered me as a black person, but as a person of color.

So this guy in turn, goes around telling the freshman…

White people…

I wonder what drives some of them to keep racism alive.

I guess they forgot about Blade, an Amen-Ra/Marvel collaboration which grossed $70,001,065.

Via Buddha Scribe
3 years ago | 25,455 notes

abnormaltenacity:

cycliccircumferentia:

pageofbreath:

hipsterpieceofshit:

icxc-nika:

xsafecamp:

livernfavabeans:

jesustakedawheel:

miakoda-nita:

modtribexvx:

paulyunstoppable:

allenfalkner:

This should be reposted and reblogged.

Reblog and reblog and reblog dont stop reblogging, dont let this go away, truth in media fucking finally

The fact any of this was said on a major american news network is shocking to me. Reblog and keep reblogging. Fuck the cops

SERIOUSLY FUCKING WATCH THIS. Especially if you have skewed fucking perception that the people occupying wall street we’re being anything but peaceful, you wanna fucking talk MOB Mentality?! THE POLICE FORCE IS A FUCKING MOB.

oh

Oh. My. Fucking. God. This is beyond horrible. 

I hate this so much. 

This is disgusting. 

Fuck.

“Pigs with badges, guns, and sticks.”
Fuck them.

This is pathetic and disgusting.

this is absolutely appalling.

I have absolutely no words.

And the US justice system continues to suck.
Seriously what the hell is this.

I am so pleased that this made it to the mainstream media. At least some people are still honest.

I had to reblog thee FUCK outta this. That man sounds like he was born in the wrong body!

Via Action Chick
3 years ago | 10 notes
-GAME ON-
Last week, I helplessly glued to the single player campaign in Dead Island on Xbox 360 (well until the BF3 Beta dropped) ;). Not since Fallout 3 have I been entertained so much every time I play.
Before anything else, the game is just plain fun, period.  It has a fantastic engine (Chrome 5) that seems to know exactly what parts of the body should take lethal damage. I’ve shot bandits in the heart area and it registered a critical instant kill…I don’t think i’ve ever seen that in a game other than maybe Fallout 3. Can’t remember.
Gameplay
Yes it’s a challenging game, yes there may be entirely too many Zombie games out (but I own most of them anyways), and it takes some getting used to the surprising far distance at which an enemy can tackle you or connect with loose windmill Zombie haymakers, and the distance at which you can hit them varies with each melee weapon (If you have a knife you have to get in closer, which puts you risk to get swung on). I thought that level of detail was amazing.
I have had the pleasure of receiving a hilarious 2 piece and a Biscuit 3-hit combination from a zombie just going in on me swinging wildly, which knocked me over a car hood, into a fruit stand, and killed me. I thought it was so funny I didn’t even get mad. I let Zombieweather have his moment. He got it in one time.
Mechanics
This FPS/RPG is unique in the fact that until many long hours into the game, there are no guns, unless your using a certain character named Purna who performs a rage attack using a revolver. When you do happen to get your hands on one, then it’s bullet management time. the game combat centers around common and unconventional melee weapons.
Broken pieces of the wooden pier can be used as a plank, a pipe can be taken out of house plumbing and used to beat a skull in until it bends. And all weapons can be tossed at an enemy.
Then there’s the sort of “Dead Rising” jimmy-rig workbench system, where you can find weapon combination plans and do things like duct tape a battery and open wires to the outside of a Butcher Knife to permanently electrify the blade (very interesting!).
Characters
There are four characters, but Im only going to talk about the one i chose for a minute. It took me by so much surprise that I had to choose her. When starting a new game, after the intro, you can select one of 4 characters.
There was a girl with dreadlocks I assumed was Black, maybe from the west Indies, named Purna. when I hovered over her, she started to narrate her bio. Out comes a shrill, Standard Australian accent, which says that she was a Half-Aboriginal former police officer of the New South Wales Police Force.  I was like “word?”.
Having been living overseas in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia for 4 years now (i’m moving back to California in 5 months) I knew that whoever did the concept on this character did incomplete research.
Here’s a quick 4 point rundown.
1.) Full Aboriginals have dark brown skin, but you would never mistake them for being non-aboriginal because they don’t necessarily have black hair, and have very exclusive facial features identifiable world wide.
Furthermore, if assumptions are made, they said she was “Half”, so since they didn’t mention the other half, we would assume the other half was White Australia. She would still look nothing like the in-game’s character.
2.) The artwork version looks like Jennifer Lewis from “What’s Love Got To Do With It”. I think she should get a check in the mail.
3.) I’m sure there may be a half-aboriginal police officer working in NSW, but as I said, they don’t look like her at all. Going strictly on Purna’s in-game appearance , I’ve never personally seen anyone who looks like her in NSW police uniform, ever, and I didn’t just stay in the house for 4 years.
4.) If she made it a statement to mention that she was Aboriginal, then strong chances are, she would have been speaking with an aboriginal accent influence. Like alot of cultures that live in western countries that aren’t white, they speak with an entirely different dialect and set of slang.
What’s the deal?
I’m not sure who was in charge of character research, but they failed. It sounds as if they went on Wikipedia searching for rare and idigenous cultures, put them in a hat, and drew it out Aboriginal. With all that being said, this will probably be the last time you see an aboriginal in any video game, unless the idea catches fire some kind of way.
There also seems to be like 30 Australian characters in the game. I’m thinking that maybe because it’s set in a fictional island in Papua New Guinea, and that it’s a close, popular destination for Australians, thaty maybe they knew that much and took it into account. But then they messed up something else.
There’s a character named John Sinamoi, who’s last name is obviously islander (I found out that it’s Papua New Guinean), but dude speaks with a gruff Australian accent, and has a Maori/Samoan style tatoo on the outside of his right eye. It’s all messed up.
This is by no way a slamfest, I like the game, but that’s one of the things that I found stuck out if you know whats going on with that anyways. Thought i’d shed some light for those that don’t know.
See, this is why I’m no good at being naive. I pay too much attention and sometimes it seems like i’m the only one.
I give it an 8 out of 10, definately worth your time if you have any time. :)

-GAME ON-

Last week, I helplessly glued to the single player campaign in Dead Island on Xbox 360 (well until the BF3 Beta dropped) ;). Not since Fallout 3 have I been entertained so much every time I play.

Before anything else, the game is just plain fun, period.  It has a fantastic engine (Chrome 5) that seems to know exactly what parts of the body should take lethal damage. I’ve shot bandits in the heart area and it registered a critical instant kill…I don’t think i’ve ever seen that in a game other than maybe Fallout 3. Can’t remember.

Gameplay

Yes it’s a challenging game, yes there may be entirely too many Zombie games out (but I own most of them anyways), and it takes some getting used to the surprising far distance at which an enemy can tackle you or connect with loose windmill Zombie haymakers, and the distance at which you can hit them varies with each melee weapon (If you have a knife you have to get in closer, which puts you risk to get swung on). I thought that level of detail was amazing.

I have had the pleasure of receiving a hilarious 2 piece and a Biscuit 3-hit combination from a zombie just going in on me swinging wildly, which knocked me over a car hood, into a fruit stand, and killed me. I thought it was so funny I didn’t even get mad. I let Zombieweather have his moment. He got it in one time.

Mechanics

This FPS/RPG is unique in the fact that until many long hours into the game, there are no guns, unless your using a certain character named Purna who performs a rage attack using a revolver. When you do happen to get your hands on one, then it’s bullet management time. the game combat centers around common and unconventional melee weapons.

Broken pieces of the wooden pier can be used as a plank, a pipe can be taken out of house plumbing and used to beat a skull in until it bends. And all weapons can be tossed at an enemy.

Then there’s the sort of “Dead Rising” jimmy-rig workbench system, where you can find weapon combination plans and do things like duct tape a battery and open wires to the outside of a Butcher Knife to permanently electrify the blade (very interesting!).

Characters

There are four characters, but Im only going to talk about the one i chose for a minute. It took me by so much surprise that I had to choose her. When starting a new game, after the intro, you can select one of 4 characters.

There was a girl with dreadlocks I assumed was Black, maybe from the west Indies, named Purna. when I hovered over her, she started to narrate her bio. Out comes a shrill, Standard Australian accent, which says that she was a Half-Aboriginal former police officer of the New South Wales Police Force.  I was like “word?”.

Having been living overseas in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia for 4 years now (i’m moving back to California in 5 months) I knew that whoever did the concept on this character did incomplete research.

Here’s a quick 4 point rundown.

1.) Full Aboriginals have dark brown skin, but you would never mistake them for being non-aboriginal because they don’t necessarily have black hair, and have very exclusive facial features identifiable world wide.

Furthermore, if assumptions are made, they said she was “Half”, so since they didn’t mention the other half, we would assume the other half was White Australia. She would still look nothing like the in-game’s character.

2.) The artwork version looks like Jennifer Lewis from “What’s Love Got To Do With It”. I think she should get a check in the mail.

3.) I’m sure there may be a half-aboriginal police officer working in NSW, but as I said, they don’t look like her at all. Going strictly on Purna’s in-game appearance , I’ve never personally seen anyone who looks like her in NSW police uniform, ever, and I didn’t just stay in the house for 4 years.

4.) If she made it a statement to mention that she was Aboriginal, then strong chances are, she would have been speaking with an aboriginal accent influence. Like alot of cultures that live in western countries that aren’t white, they speak with an entirely different dialect and set of slang.

What’s the deal?

I’m not sure who was in charge of character research, but they failed. It sounds as if they went on Wikipedia searching for rare and idigenous cultures, put them in a hat, and drew it out Aboriginal. With all that being said, this will probably be the last time you see an aboriginal in any video game, unless the idea catches fire some kind of way.

There also seems to be like 30 Australian characters in the game. I’m thinking that maybe because it’s set in a fictional island in Papua New Guinea, and that it’s a close, popular destination for Australians, thaty maybe they knew that much and took it into account. But then they messed up something else.

There’s a character named John Sinamoi, who’s last name is obviously islander (I found out that it’s Papua New Guinean), but dude speaks with a gruff Australian accent, and has a Maori/Samoan style tatoo on the outside of his right eye. It’s all messed up.

This is by no way a slamfest, I like the game, but that’s one of the things that I found stuck out if you know whats going on with that anyways. Thought i’d shed some light for those that don’t know.

See, this is why I’m no good at being naive. I pay too much attention and sometimes it seems like i’m the only one.

I give it an 8 out of 10, definately worth your time if you have any time. :)

3 years ago | 300 notes

actionchick:

blackculture:

newwavefeminism:

osram-akoma:

The FBI’s COINTELPRO (Counter Intelligence Program) has a dark and sordid history spanning three decades and four presidential administrations (1956-1971). It was a covert program of domestic terrorism and state sanctioned oppression against popular movements in the United States. Tactics ranged from illegal wire tapping to the assassination of Fred Hampton, a member of the Black Panthers. The FBI under COINTELPRO sent Martin Luther King Jr. death threats, sabotaged the Socialist Workers Party, used their influence to terminate “communist” professors from universities, infiltrated and disrupted student groups,  undermined the civil rights movement, incited  gang warfare and many other nefarious and illegal activities. These are pages from a coloring book purportedly from the Black Panthers but actually created by the FBI in order to delegitimize the Black Nationalist organization.  The coloring book was mass mailed to white communities throughout the United States.

I can honestly say that the government did everything in their power to stop the rise of black power and liberation when it comes to the FBIs history with the Black Panthers and the BLA.

When you look at the state of America now… it makes you wonder… what would America be like if the FBI didn’t destroy everyone fighting for the black power & equal rights?

Middle finger to J. Edgar Hoover

Growing up in the UK, I was aware of the FBI’s attempts to de-legitimize the civil rights movement, but I had never heard of the word COINTELPRO (Counter Intelligence Program) until Rage Against the Machine.  Middle finger to J. Edgar Hoover indeed! 

I love where the discussion went on this post. I plan to do an entire breakdown of the COINTELPRO situation on my website. Church!

Via Action Chick