To start the day …. “Prince Ea: I Am NOT A Label”!!


~~November 3, 2015~~

I Am Not A Label

Prince Ea’s latest spoken word

“When I drive my Car, no one would ever confused the Car for, Me!

Well, when i drive my Body why do you confuse Me for my Body?”

Prince Ea


Richard Williams, better known by his stage name Prince Ea, is an American rapper and activist, known for discussing topics like politics, sociality, environmentalism and life issues.

“Make ‘SMART’ Cool” Movement

In 2009, Prince Ea, who was upset at the present state of the music industry, decided to form a movement named “Make ‘SMART’ Cool“. The “Make ‘SMART’ Cool” movement (SMART is an acronym for “Sophisticating Minds And Revolutionizing Thought“) attempts to “promote intelligence to everyone, everywhere and integrate it with hip-hop.

To create and nurture, without discrimination or preference, a community of free-thinking individuals under the singular purpose of promoting the ideals of education, intelligence, unity and creativity throughout the world at large.”

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~~I Am NOT A Label~~

~~Published on Nov 2, 2015~~

A Poem about Labels, and why we MUST get rid of them. Prince Ea


We ALL are connected through HUMANITY!! 


We ALL are ONE!! 


At the end of the day …. “What America Needs to Tell President Obama”!!


~~March 6, 2015~~ 

During the Bush years, it wasn’t surprising that there were at least a few songs out by various artists that picked on his leadership skills – like “Dear Mr. President” by P!nk. Now, it seems that Obama has joined that esteemed company – being a president that is called on the carpet by musicians.

Prince EA has been making a name for himself on the internet, with a series of highly popular videos with social and political statements. He’s been so popular that many of his messages have been resonating with people from both sides of the aisle. His latest offering is no different. Simply put, this is his “P!nk” moment.

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Richard Williams, better known by his stage name Prince Ea, is an American rapper and activist.

Prince Ea was born as Richard Williams on September 16, 1988 in St. Louis, Missouri, the youngest of three children, and has resided there his whole life. The alias Prince Ea is derived from Sumerian mythology (“The prince of the Earth“). He has also graduated from the University of Missouri,St. Louis with Latin honors.




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My name is Richard Williams
I am 23 years old
I’m a citizen of the United States of America
And this message is for our president

Mr. President, Mr. President, I got a few questions if
You let me ask them, this situation is delicate
So please answer without, checking with your delegates
Or pandering an election rhetoric, yesterday I turned my TV on
And saw you and Romney in this long race
Every political pundit wondering, what is our faith
See y’all both make a strong case
But sometimes I think this country, might be going the wrong way

Do we got AllState if we crash
No we in your hands Mr. President, this is your task
Cause we the people selected you
Did you forget about the decent people that elected you
I read your book on Page 63 you quoted King
But did you know the last speech he wrote before he died wasn’t about a dream

It was about poverty, greed, and great despair
And he named the sermon,

Why America May Go To Hell

We going to bail our corporations with no avail
While, working class Americans struggle, no body cares
Mr. President I beg your pardon
But I don’t wanna hear that circular motion, we ain’t in that oval office

We can’t talk economy until we talk greed
Until we talk poverty, and then we talk needs
Until we talk love, and then we grab each others hand and we all hug
It’s all of us together, no Democrats or Republicans those are just names
To distract us from that fact that we’re human beings
We want this country restored
Left or right wing, which ever you lean towards we need reform

We need more than the Supreme Court
More then a corrupt police force that abuses people without remorse
So many lost overseas we can’t keep scores
It’s like peace has become, just intervals between wars
See these are reasons why we fight for a cause
Fight for the country with the, stripes and the stars
Not for the legislators that, write up the laws
This is for the everyday American, why I’m writing this song to you

Have you ever had to fight for a cause
Fight for something you knew was right, but was wrong
Last night my daughter cried in my arms
Cause she knew her Daddy was trying to find a job, but it’s hard
And on top of that, my best friend got life for a charge
Which is ironic Mr. Obama
I said my best friend just got life for a charge
Which is ironic, because we both might die with these bars

[BOOM: Gun]


Prince Ea talks about a huge topic here; The Future of the American People.

This song is almost in a letter sort of form, speaking to the president.

He wants change, and if no change is made, “We both might die in these bars”.


~What America Needs to Tell President Obama~

~Published on Oct 27, 2014~

I hope he hears it before its too late.

Warning: Viewer Discretion is advised.

Prince EA


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We ALL are ONE!!