At long last, RevKess has brought back Musica Pagani. As listeners of PMPChannel well know, MP is somewhat infrequent, but RevKess does have a crazy schedule. He’s going to try his best to bring Musica Pagani to the listeners on a more regular basis.
In this 20th edition of the rebooted Musica Pagani, RevKess brought you just over an hour’s worth of new age and Pagan music. Much of it new to the channel, some a little more familiar. Check the playlist below and follow the links to learn more about the musicians.
On Musica Pagani we bring you music from New Age and Pagan Artists that have graciously given us their permission to podcast their music. But there is so much more music out there than we currently have permissions to air. From time to time, RevKess will bring you a selection of music videos (either slide show, still, or motion picture) that features some of the music out there he doesn’t yet have permission to podcast.
First up on that list is MC Yogi. Taking the stories, myths, and mantras of Hindu spirituality and meshing them with rap music, MC Yogi has brought the ancient to the modern. Here is his rendition of the story of Ganesha, Son of Shiva.
The Goddess Alchemy Project is another group that brings the flavor of rap and hip hop to New Age music. Here is their Science of a New Time off Frequencies of the Motherland.
There seems to be a trend with this first edition of the MP Video Bonuses – Rap and hip hop…. Next up is the Lost Children of Babylon with “The Venus Project” from their Zeitgeist: The Spirit of the Age release.
Kellee Maize is an out Pagan rapper. Yes, you read that right. Pagan and a rapper. She has also given us permission to add her music to our podcast play list. While waiting for that to happen, here is a sample of her work. You can get free downloads of Kellee’s music through her website.
Four looks like a good place to stop for this first Musica Pagani Video Bonuses. MC Yogi, The Goddess Alchemy Project, Lost Children of Babylon and Kellee Maize are just some examples of the R&B, hip hop and rap styles for Pagan and New Age music. Hope you enjoyed.