Brother Ali is an artist, a friend, a poet, a Muslim, and has no problem being the first one to crack on being albino, or overweight, or whatever the occasion calls for. Since the release of his first studio album, Shadows of the Sun in 2003, Ali has earned respect and praise throughout the independent Hip Hop community, and is considered one of the most important voices rhyming today. The writer of this article wishes to agree. Brother Ali has soul, not just in his music, but in the way he talks passionately about his love of Hip Hop, The Nation of Islam, his good friend Micahel "Eyedea" Larsen, and the oppressed and marginalized people who are all too often forgotten about. It is my privilege to present The Indie Spiritualist interview with Brother Ali.