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Hip Hop Chess Launches Bishop Chronicles

Hip Hop Chess Launches Bishop Chronicles

Dec 21, 2012, 11:17 AM 2

Wu-Tang Clan’s GZA Gives Exclusive Interview to Bishop Chronicles GZA Explains the Creation of the Liquid Swords Cover, Talks Chess, UFC & Dark Matter.

Dec 13th 2012, San Francisco, CA- Founder of the Hip-Hop Chess Federation (HHCF) Adisa Banjoko aka The Bishop, and digital audio and digital remix innovator Mike Relm have joined forces to launch the Bishop Chronicles podcast. Adisa will be the host and Mike Relm will produce this truly one of a kind show.  It follows the journey of rap music author, and MMA journalist The Bishop. Adisa speaks with some of the biggest names in technology, music and entertainment around the world. “The goal of Bishop Chronicles is to give people realistic strategies in life and business” stated Banjoko.

Mike Relm is known around the world for producing the song Everytime with Del from Hieroglyphics  and a pioneer of video remixes of movie trailers Iron Man 2 and Old Spice ads on YouTube. Previous guests included hacker and Napster founder Shawn Fanning and MMA fight doctor Peter Goldman.

The second episode of Bishop Chronicles goes up December 5th 2012  www.bishopchronicles.com

GZA, speaks in depth about his method as an MC, gives insight to his ideas on how chess and martial arts are connected and tells the story of how his legendary Liquid Swords cover art was created. Other guests include David Frazee Esq., of K&L Gates on technology innovation and a report from the World Chess Hall of Fame in St. Louis.

Hip Hop Chess Federation Founder Adisa Banjoko (white) faces off against Mike Realm.

“The GZA is one of the greatest rappers in the history of Hip-Hop,” said Adisa Banjoko. “ I caught up with him after a show in San Francisco with Killer Mike. GZA shared a lot of wisdom and it was a great honor to have him on Bishop Chronicles. The conversation flowed from topic to topic.” For more information, visit www.bishopchronicles.com or subscribe on iTunes .

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