Adisa Banjoko is a respected journalist that has appeared in The Source, The Harvard Hip Hop Archive, XXL, Vibe, Grappling, Yoga Journal, Daveyd.com, Rapstation.com, Pacific News Service, and Allhiphop.com.
Under the pen name “The Bishop of Hip Hop”, he has entertained many with his work on Hip Hop culture, eastern philosophy, martial arts, Islamic culture, and African American social issues. He also hosts the One Mic Radio show, which is downloadable at www.iciclenetworks.com.
Banjoko`s knowledge has earned him countless invitations to lecture at prestigious universities such as Harvard University, Stanford University, U.C. Berkeley, U.C. Santa Cruz and San Francisco State, just to name a few. He has shared the stage many political and cultural icons such as S.F. Mayor Willie Brown, civil rights leader Jesse Jackson, Presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich, Hip Hop pioneer Afrika Bambataa, rap legend Chuck D, and pioneer b-boy Crazy Legs. He currently lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with his family.
His latest project is available at www.lyricalswords.com