saul williams

probably the closest thing slam poetry has to a “household name”, his words paint intergalactic imagery that has been embraced by lovers of hip hop, afro-punk and classical poetry alike. he has shared the stage with trent reznor, zack de la rocha and allen ginsberg among other influential players in the game. having written and acted in the cannes and sundance winning film “slam”, represented the nuyorican poet’s cafe at the 1996 national poetry slam and been published by the new york times, his creative talents seemingly refuse to bow to any boundaries.

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One Response to “saul williams”

  1. Joe Budden Says:

    This dood is an orator of masterly crafted words. The dopest thing about him is that his poems and words only pull you in more and more the longer the poem goes on. So captivating and the mind of a madman to come up with the things he does.
    Great post

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