That's awesome, good to hear more people are into it man. I swear to god, like 3 years ago, no one had heard of anything Japanese hiphop related. I don't know man, I believe the philanthropy is refreshing to see. Especially how hiphop has turned towards a direction where the original intent is almost null. Hiphop is being slaughtered by most artists, especially the newer style being mass produced out of large record companies. There is no originality, and the artists who become big and famous has lost a part of their unique style conforming to the radio. Now don't get me wrong, there are still artists out there who preserve the dignity hiphop deserves, but the mass over shadow them with club geared music. There is nothing normal about someone who promotes /having/ an education and public good in a degenerated art form. I think its wonderful that artists like Nas or Outkast believe education and success is definitely related. Just listen to Souls of Mischief - 93' Till Infinity, you'll get my point.