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Radikal Flame; born Saiquahn Jackson, In the Englewood community, on the south side of Chicago, IL. Saiquahn first fell in love with rap when he heard Run DMC's ode to African American pioneers called, "Black History". This set the tone for Saiquahn to gravitate to more socially conscious rappers like Boogie Down Productions, Brand Nubian, Poor Righteous Teachers, Public Enemy, and X Clan. He later started tuning in to various radio shows that contributed to the spread of rap all over Chicago, starting with WBMX, WKKC Rap House with Pink House, WHPK. From that point on he started rapping with his brothers to right Gangster rap, Conscious rap, then on to Gospel rap. Saiquahn later moved to Springfield, IL where he performed for many church events and tent ministries to promote the Word of God in his songs. Since then he has change his name to Sadiki Dhatnubia. He continues; to this day, to provide an alternative sound to those seeking to break away from the average cookie cutter industry sound of music. The Saga Continues.