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Mindful : October 2016
FINDING PEACE Music reaches us in very deep ways, etching ideas and culture into our psyche. Rapper JusTme uses it to teach mindfulness— and love. By Victoria Dawson Photographs by McNair Evans Three years ago California rapper Tim Scott Jr. was working at a YMCA branch as a front desk greeter—“hitting members with handshakes and smiles and joy”—when mindfulness hit him. At a job training session, he drew the attention of educator J.G. Larochette, founder of the Mind- ful Life Project in Richmond, CA. Larochette asked Scott if he knew what mindfulness was. “Nah, not really,” Scott replied. Over a cup of coffee, Larochette introduced him to mindful- ness and, before long, Scott became “JusTme,” a hip-hop purveyor of mindfulness for children in local public schools. Scott now has his own venture—JusTmindfulness—and a kid-friendly YouTube channel that features podcasts and such raps as “D.F.Y.L . (Don’t Flip Yo’ Lid)” and “Ain’t Worried” and “Mindful Life Style.” → IN THE NOISE 46 mindful October 2016 hip hop