Monday, August 13, 2007
Rappers play chess? Yes!
D'Labrie (center) watches brothers in Seattle do battle
“We must make sure that Chess will not be like a dead language, very interesting, but for a very small group”- Sytze Faber
LISTEN: Hear D'Labries "Life Strategies" track here.
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