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    Action Shifts Your Prespective


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    Taylor Swift - You Belong With Me


    Music video by Taylor Swift performing You Belong With Me. (C) 2009 Big Machine Records, LLC

    New single ME! (feat. Brendon Urie of Panic! At The Disco) available now. Download here:

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    POLARITY - Event Horizon


    POLARITY is an independent band from Toronto Ontario Canada looking to change the preconceived notions of popular song writing. To get in touch with the band for booking or management inquires reach out to POLARITY, they'd be happy to hear from you.

    Evento Horizon - Written and performed by POLARITY.

    Produced by Firesight Films & Polarity
    Director/Editor - Matt Hamilton
    DOP - Lester Millado
    Production Designer - Jason Swait
    VFX - Braeden Laverty
    Assistant Camera - Summer Gaal
    Assistant Editor - Peter Hatch

    Additional Photography by Joe Louw, Gavin Heffernan & Nao Tharp under license from
    Additional VFX by Richard Finch under license from

    Special thanks to David Journeaux, Jeff Ridout, Jeff Aguiar, Mervin Ryan Dias & Stagevision

    Event Horizon
    Lyrics by Jasmine Virginia

    Physical restrictions and superficial judgements based in the textile world
    of a holographic universe.

    This weave work of luminosity and i'm getting caught in the shallow space
    knowing it all fades.

    And in perspective
    you'll find the shift
    with fluid solids
    comes a myriad of gifts.

    And in perspective
    you'll find your shift
    With flexible beliefs
    comes a myriad of gifts

    Weightless in the expanse
    there's much beyond this molecular dance.

    Weightless in the expanse
    there's much beyond this controlled trance.

    In the absence of time and space
    I lick my lips of stardust and I taste
    There's something more to life

    Physicality in mortals space
    Your life
    Is what you make

    Dance of the spheres
    Dance of the spheres
    Dance of the spheres
    Dance of the spheres

    In the sub atomic
    we create

    In sub atomic
    we create

    In the absence of time and space
    I lick my lips of stardust and I taste
    There's something more to life

    Physicality in mortals space
    Your life
    Is what you make

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    Drizzy Drake Dancing Merengue by @Jarxiel


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    Drake Releases New 'Hotline Bling' Video

    Drake has dropped the highly anticipated video for his track Hotline Bling. Keeping with the song's booty call theme, the Director X-helmed video opens up with an office full of phone sex operators before the action shifts to Drake, who delivers his surprise smash single in a sleek, futuristic room where monochromatic colors bounce off the walls. Like the song itself, the Hotline Bling video debuted on Apple Music.

    Drake Rating the Many Covers of Drake's 'Hotline Bling' »
    Since Drake debuted the song on OVO Sound's Beats 1 radio show in late July, the track has proved to be a smash hit, almost pushing Drake towards his first-ever Number One hit. The track has often been called a remix of the rapper D.R.A.M.'s tropical Cha Cha. While Drake has never confirmed that Hotline Bling is a remix of Cha Cha, the song does contain a sped-up sample of Timmy Thomas' Why Can't We Live Together.

    Hotline Bling has also become a popular track to cover for other artists. Everyone from Nick Jonas to Erykah Badu have either covered the song live or recorded it to distribute online. Badu's remix in particular reimagines the song from her perspective and interpolates not only her own single On and On but her ex-boyfriend Andre 3000's hit Ms. Jackson as well.

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    Directed By Jon Jon Augustavo, Ryan Lewis, Ben Haggerty
    Produced By Hollis Wong-Wear, Tricia Davis, Zach Quillen
    Lead Grip: David Herberg
    Grip Assistants: Josh Marten, Jay Neilson
    Stylists: Annie Murphy, Alex Nordstrom


    Written by Ben Haggerty
    Produced by Ryan Lewis
    Featuring Wanz
    Additional vocals by Brooklyn Grinnell
    Scratches by DV One


    Goodwill Outlet
    Value Village Capitol Hill
    Red Light Vintage
    Fremont Vintage Mall
    Northwest African American Museum

    Sara Stapleton, JR Ewing and Inner City Empire, Faisal Jaswal, Clay Davis

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    Reversed Logic & Soul Link - Unending Flow


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    Artist: Reversed Logic & Soul Link
    Track Title: Unending Flow (Original)
    Label: Digital Om
    Cat no. : DOPDIGI814
    Beatport & Spotify Release Date: 2019-06-10
    Other Stores: 2019-06-24

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    Digital Om Productions is a Psytrance record label and music events organizer, based out of India & Nepal. We are dedicated to promoting the best of Psychedelic Trance and it's sub-genres (Progressive Trance, Goa Trance, Psychill, Psybient, Psybreaks, Psychedelic Full On etc). We are all about this vibrant music culture which has an aspect of oneness and a permanent impact of love and unity on all who experience it.

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    Deadprez - Overstand


    Off the album Information Age by dead prez
    Is available on iTunes and amazon now!

    Are we addicted to the struggle or committed to success?
    Are we focused on the positive or holdin' onto stress?
    Not sayin' thing's perfect but in many ways I'm blessed
    Learnin' how to take the negative and flip for the best
    Everyday bring challenge, every challenge is a chance to advance
    The power is right in our own hands
    From a youth full of rage, to a wise grown man
    Here I am, life is beautiful now, I overstand

    [Verse I]
    I'm lookin' forward through my rear view mirror in hindsight
    Gotta be more than just a G if you keepin' your mind right
    Better be ready for the battle or focused on my fight
    I ain't sittin' on no sidelines watchin' them highlights
    I'ma be in the game playin' to win but learnin' from setbacks
    Strengthen my weaknesses and masterin' what I'm best at
    Power of refinement until you get right and exact
    It's all in your mind, but that depends on where your head's at
    Life is a chess match and lessons come from your mistakes
    Try not to end up in checkmate no matter whatever it takes
    Long as you're breathin' then you can be problem solvin'
    Stayin' involved, evolved, world keeps revolvin'
    For the cause be all you can from the mornin' to the sunset
    You never have no regrets
    Took the journey to the edge of your fate and then lept
    Not just understandin' but overstandin' is the objective

    {keep it open, in perspective}

    Just let me be what I am
    Take my destiny in my hands
    By my actions you can judge where I stand
    And I hope one day you'll overstand

    [Verse II]
    Change come from the inside out
    No fear, live free, let the truth ride out
    I'm steady, shakin' off the shackles of the old me
    Wakin' up daily, meditation, feelin' so free
    They hate to see you change {yeah}
    But they don't understand {no}
    Unless you see for yourself, then you won't comprehend
    The caterpillar don't care what you think about him
    He was born to be fly, his nature gonna bring it outta him
    By the struggle I was never broken, I was broken open
    I tapped into a source that was omnipotent
    Had to shift my focus to my higher purpose
    Ain't nothing weak about broke, it takes a fighter's courage
    People say they want a revolution
    But steady holdin' on the slave ideas, afraid of evolution
    In life we live and learn, it's practice, theory, practice
    Wisdom is organically grown, its not pre-packaged

    {it's forward baby, never backwards}

    [Refrain x1]

    [Verse III]
    We think we found the absolute truth
    But only to discover it's a labyrinth, we go from one maze into another
    So many chambers and angles, peelin' the onion layers
    Within it all I see the same gang, just different players
    So I rebel from the prison cell of the pigeon hole
    And dare to be myself, original
    A man lives on principles --I don't posture to be popular
    Born to be a leader not just a blind follower

    [Verse IV]
    It's family before the dollar, your priorities in order
    And like Bruce Lee say: Be the water, be the earth, be the wind and the fire.
    Elevate, take it higher
    It's instinct, fulfill your needs and your desires
    But we go to be compassionate, considerate, the people's advocate
    Eradicatin' ignorance through experience
    The more you live, the more you learn and you grow
    It has a positive effect on all the people you know

    {it's motivation}


    I hope that you will overstand [x2]

    {look at things without any opinion
    Otherwise you'll never look at reality
    Look at things without any philosophy, without any prejudice, without any dogma, creed or scripture
    Just look, without arrogance
    And see the cause of ignorance, and overstand}

    {Change is necessary to evolution
    The universe contains incredible diversity
    And you cannot experience it all within the confines of one comfortable lifestyle
    Look ahead to what you will think of your life at it's end
    You will probably not want to look back and say it was cozy and dull
    Thus, react positively to what seems to be disaster
    Remember that what seems now to be disaster may be an important step toward evolution
    And may even be identifiable as such at some point in the future
    Every great loss takes you out of a rut and starts life anew
    Be grateful for the time you had and your former happy state
    And look forward eagerly to the new phase
    Information age.

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    DJ Premier Breaks Down His Classics With Nas, JAY-Z, Biggie & Gang Starr | Genius Level


    On August 8, legendary hip-hop producer DJ Premier sat down with Genius for the latest installment of Genius Level, our live conversation series with icons of the music business, including influential artists, songwriters, producers, and executives. The event was hosted by Genius' Head of Artist Relations Rob Markman and sponsored by Cîroc and Breather. During the wide-ranging interview, Premier reflected on his legacy in hip-hop, from his early days has half of Gang Starr to his work with legends like Nas, JAY-Z, and The Notorious B.I.G.

    Jump To A Topic:

    Intro (0:00)
    What’s The Greatest DJ Premier Beat? (1:24)
    The Making of Nas’ “NY State of Mind” (2:40)
    Gang Starr’s First Press Photo (5:27)
    Premier’s Early Exposure to Music (6:04)
    The Origin of Gang Starr (8:52)
    The Making of Gang Starr’s “Just To Get A Rep” (13:24)
    Why Guru & Premier Made The Perfect Team (15:24)
    What’s The Greatest Gang Starr Album? (17:11)
    Will There Ever Be a Posthumous Gang Starr Album? (18:22)
    How KRS-One Turned Premier Into The Hottest Producer (20:38)
    The Making of Biggie’s “Kick In The Door” & Jeru’s “Day One” (22:32)
    The Making of JAY-Z’s Reasonable Doubt (26:42)
    JAY-Z’s Original Black Album Idea (28:26)
    Working with Kendrick Lamar (29:09)
    The Making of D’Angelo’s “Devil’s Pie” (31:13)
    Working With Christina Aguilera (34:58)
    How Premier Makes Beats in 2017 (37:20)
    Dabbing & Keeping Up With Modern Rap (38:38)
    Sampling Adrian Younge on PRhyme (39:47)
    Hearing A Sober Royce Da 5’9” Rap For The First Time (41:25)
    How Premier Picks Vocal Samples (44:09)
    Guru’s Famous “Lemonade Is A Popular Drink” Line (45:40)
    On Break Records & Sample Snitching (46:44)
    On Working Under Pressure (50:13)
    PRhyme 2 Update (52:46)
    Collaborating with A$AP Ferg (54:21)
    Goodbyes & Thank Yous (56:30)

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    Become a Better Musician by Changing the Way you Practice


    How to become a Better Creative Musician- Most musicians can improve faster by changing their approach to practicing. Taking a pause away from your instrument to answer questions related to your vision, goals, and then creating action plans will likely help you become a better musician faster. Find the full questionnaire and road map for you here:
    To get direct feedback from me, connect here:

    The biggest barriers I see for musicians are connected to self-awareness, focus, and planning.

    the gap between where we are and where we want to be is often related to things better attained away from our instrument
    The choices of what we focus on to learn music are infinite, and so the solution isn’t to try to learn every musical skill or perspective. Rather, hone in on specific skills and problems, in the right order, in alignment with a vision for your entire life.

    It requires answering questions about Why and What, as opposed to How to practice.

    There are tons of great teachers who can teach you how to do a lot of things

    But these are mainly helpful if you know what you are practicing for.

    if you fall anywhere outside clearly demarcated lines , you get to be responsible for Designing and Deciding your path. The path you architect needs to be flexible, subject to change over time as your priorities in life change.

    It’s also about designing outlets for Doing Music/Teaching in the world. When the things you want to do musically don’t conform to experiences you’ve had (such as playing in an orchestra), you need to experience new things. To experience new things, you need to somehow create the opportunity. This is why often a career-shift or some kind of business-type (sales) activities are critical to gaining the musical skills you want. When you do the gig, the experience will give you feedback about what you need to work on to be better the next time.
    write answers to the questions below.

    Why do you want to get better? For that matter, why do you want to do music? (Hint- it could be partly what you want to contribute, and partly what you want to receive for yourself from it

    What does it look like for you to be a better musician (or teacher)?

    Do you need/want to make money with music or not?

    in what ways/contexts do you want to make/create/perform/teach/share music? For what events, in what configurations, in what ensembles, with whom, for whom? How frequently?

    Why is it important for you to realize or achieve the vision you have written down?

    What will you receive through this, and what will you contribute, and to whom?

    Identify Specific Projects and Goals
    A project could include a performance , recording, completion of an arrangement or composition... Projects can jumpstart you into honing in on some goals and action plans.. Consider how each potential project would fulfill you or make you otherwise feel if and when you complete it.
    Goals need to be limited, specific, measurable, and attached to deadlines.

    Make a long brainstorm list of specific skills that you want to improve such as…

    Musical (Interpretive)- Improve clarity of articulation, improve connectedness of lyrical passages, improve accuracy of rhythmic execution in specific passages…

    Musical (Creative)- Compose a piece in a specific style or form, improvise over a specific progression or groove. Internalize a specific scale or harmonic sound. Develop rhythmic vocabulary in a specific context…

    Ear Training-

    Brainstorm as many specific skills you would like to work on, Then pick 2-5 things MAX to work on for a minimum of 2 weeks. Spend at least 80% of your practice time on only those goals.

    Mark Your Calendar
    Mark your calendar with times when you will work, and on what

    If you practice 10 new skills every day you will probably not progress on any of them. I find it’s better to pick a focused amount of material such as “practice melodic minors for six months”, then hitting diminished, whole tone, major, and pentatonic scales every day…

    Accountability: Declare your commitments to someone else. For more accountability, pay someone to listen to you when it is all finished at an audition or lesson.

    Support: If you have friends who are up for it, ask them to come practice specific things with you. Or submit videos of your work for them to hear/witness your progress.

    Playing for enjoyment and practicing are different things. Make a distinction between when you are doing one or the other. If you sound good, you’re probably not practicing.

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    Scorpio shift


    Mars & Pluto rule Scorpio & are about to meet up in the sign of Capricorn. During this cycle the moon will be full in Scorpio exciting Saturn in Capricorn. Some kind of government action will bring about an emotional ending of sorts that will have a very real karmic implication bringing out what it is we truly value. Full moon on the 29th

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    A Short Drop, A Sudden Stop


    Official music video for A Short Drop, A Sudden Stop by Call Me King.
    ...and the snow will turn to ash now available at

    Produced by Craig Owens.
    Recorded at Glass Arrow Audio.
    Engineered by Jordan DiSorbo.
    Filmed by Timekeeper Media.

    I’ve got a noose around my neck,
    But you call it a tie.
    I live my life from your perspective,
    Hoping I will arrive
    At some divine destination
    Where my destiny stops running.
    I live my life in second person.

    So do I satisfy your standards?
    Do my eyes reach too far?
    Am I worthy of life?
    Or should you just let me die?
    Can you tell me my purpose?
    What am I made for?
    I’m tired of lies

    My life’s a second person story.
    Do you know just what I mean?
    I’m captive to all your desires;
    My calling labelled as a dream,
    With no hope of coming true.
    I’m left with wishes unfulfilled.
    So come tell me of all my faults
    And I will whisper “Peace, be still.”

    I’ve got a noose around my neck,
    But you call it a tie.
    I live my life from your perspective,
    Hoping I will arrive
    At some divine destination
    Where my destiny stops running.
    I live my life in second person;
    A passenger to my own crimes.

    How quickly did you compromise your morals
    When they set you on the throne?
    And when they called out your weakness
    Did it make you feel alone?
    Did it eat at your insides
    'Til you couldn't stand success?
    And so you turned your hate on those around you,
    And made us into empty things.

    I’ve got a noose around my neck,
    But you call it a tie.
    I live my life from your perspective,
    Hoping I will arrive
    At some divine destination
    Where my destiny stops running.
    I live my life in second person;
    A passenger to my own crimes.

    You were walking in your garden filled with wonders made of dirt.
    And you called upon your father who is lord below the earth.
    And he said A screw has fallen, or a bolt has slipped aside.
    Some little thing has shifted. And the little things replied:
    I will shut my heart against you and you will not find the spring.
    I who will the thing I want not, the intolerable thing.
    I prefer my empty stomach to your empty, barren head.
    Earth and heaven both fall silent. I am stronger than death.
    Call me king.

    I’ve got a noose around my neck,
    But you call it a tie.
    I live my life from your perspective,
    Hoping I will arrive
    At some divine destination
    Where my destiny stops running.
    I live my life in second person;
    A passenger to my own crimes.

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    Statik Selektah - Nas Is A Key Point In My Career & How A Leak Almost Ruined It


    Official 247HH exclusive interview with Lawrence, Massachusetts based DJ/Producer Statik Selektah, where you’ll hear about how Nas is a key point in his career and how a leak almost ruined it. Check out how in this #247HHEXCL
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    What is 247HH? is your devoted site to celebrate everything about Hip-Hop culture from an exclusive content perspective. We feature exclusive interviews and behind the scenes from mainstream, underground, and future Hip-Hop stars. We have also featured DJ's, producers, managers, tastemakers, music executives, models, athletes, and fashion designers. We get to the essence of the individual, and bring you inside their world. Artist such as Ludacris, Jadakiss, Bun B., Busta Rhymes, Gucci Mane, 50 Cent, E-40, J. Cole, MGK, French Montana, Kevin Gates, Ghostface Killah, Lupe Fiasco, David Banner, G-Eazy, Trae Tha Truth, The Clipse, Pete Rock, Little Brother, Huey, The Game, DMX, and many more.

    Music Bed Produced By: Slot-A
    Intro Music Produced By: Mike Jaxx and Tha Hydrox

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    Become My Patreon Subscriber!


    Want to support my work in an easy way? Consider becoming one of my Patreon subscribers!

    Patreon is a subscription service like Netflix or Hulu Plus, but for your favorite artists!

    Visit: to learn more!

    I am a musician, spiritual seeker and community leader whose mission in this life is to help co-create world peace (WITH YOU!) through the use of new media (videos/blogs), music, yoga and community-building.

    Over the years I've been fortunate enough to study and experience many different methods of personal and cultural transformation, including music, theater, yoga, dance, meditation, spiritual practice and co-elevational community-building. My passion in life is exploring the use and intersection of all of these to empower and inspire us (you & me) to change ourselves and the world for the better.



    I've always been inspired by the Buddhist practice of dana or generosity. Buddhist teachers offer their services for free to the community, and in return the community gives back what it can to support the teacher's livelihood and survival. This practice of generosity ideally provides sustenance and abundance for everyone. And if someone is unable to give, they are not turned away. You give what you can, when you can.

    I also love the idea of a Patron system, where we all are encouraged and empowered to support the artists we love so that they can create meaningful work sustainably. This encourages generosity in its own way and creative agency.

    My approach to Patreon is a combination of these two systems. Most of the work that I'm creating will be offered for free to everyone, and I am happy to receive whatever contributions are in your heart to give to sustain it.

    For those Patrons who make a concerted effort to give greatly ($30 and above a month is no joke!) I want to show up for you in the magnitude that you're showing up for me, which is why you'll receive free access to special events and a lot of behind-the-scenes content. I figure that if you're invested enough in the work to want to contribute on a higher level, then you might enjoy getting an inside look into the creative process. :)



    I think world-peace will be built on three levels:

    LEVEL 1) PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY & PRACTICE: I believe that it all starts at the personal level. Every day more and more of us are understanding that we hold the power to create cultural transformation through our own personal transformation. Every thought, word and action that we take affects the world around us, and so by aligning our thoughts, words and actions with love and compassion, healing our trauma and reprogramming our fear-based behaviors, we can create a more loving and compassionate world.

    LEVEL 2) CONNECTION & COMMUNITY-BUILDING: I believe that creating loving, coelevational connections both locally and digitally is crucial to assembling a larger culture of World Peace. Connection and community is crucial for inspiring and supporting one another through our hardships, our moments of doubt and our depressions. Only once we've created strong conscious communities based in love and compassion can we build toward larger shifts in our society.

    LEVEL 3) LARGE-SCALE CULTURAL CHANGE: The third-tier of world peace is built by leveraging the alliances and combined efforts of our activated, conscious communities toward shared goals. I foresee conscious communities from around the world banding together to embody, demonstrate and demand a new paradigm of sustainable, empowered, abundant peace for all beings.


    Thank you for taking the time to read this! I hope you'll join me in transforming the world by transforming ourselves. :)

    Ben Caron
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    Rezonant - Perceptual Magic


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    VA - Sangoma Sound System II by Daksinamurti & Emiel, Released 2019-02-27, Sangoma Records, SANGCD023

    Sangoma Records proudly present the second edition of the Sangoma Soundssystem saga compiled by labelheads Daksinamurti & Emiel. Inspired again by the rich heritage of our scene, we shifted our focus to Psychedelic music of the 1960’s. An exciting decade, which had a mayor impact on what we enjoy today, revolutionizing culture and giving birth to the concept of multiday music festivals.

    This release comes with 20 previously unreleased action packed tunes by our labelartists and collaborators that created some tie-dye dancefloor fillers for the survivors, children, starchildren and grandchildren of the Woodstock nation. Kaleidoscopic soundscapes to get lost in the forest - aimed to put flowers in your hair and let you jump in the mud. Sangoma Records - Turn on, Tune in and let your freak out

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    Trancentral is a channel dedicated to the trance culture and music- psychedelic, progressive, goa & trance. The music, the festivals, the parties, the DJs, the dancers, the history. It's all here!

    Tags: #Psytrance #PsychedelicTrance #Trance #Darkpsy #Rezonant

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    Apocalyptica Paavo Lötjönen - Over 1500 Shows Step By Step


    Despite the success which includes millions of sold albums and over 1500 shows Paavo Lötjönen has kept his feet on the ground. He is enjoying the ride small steps at a time and believes that this is one of the secrets why Apocalyptica is still going strong.  He is not afraid of living fully and his true passion is to be connected with the nature skydiving, windsurfing alpine skiing on the back country and so forth.

    Join us as we talk with Paavo about:

    - How was Apocalyptica based
    - What type of instruments he played when he was young
    - How was he raised in a classical music family
    - How much does physical condition effect playing cello
    - Shifting energy through music
    - How does it feel to travel many weeks with the band

    19:47 What kind of an impact success has on Paavo
    23:03 The importance of focusing on the present

    24:12 How Apocalyptica has stayed together over 20 years

    28:08 Tour life after getting children

    32:24 One big rule that Apocalyptica has before the shows

    The power of the mountains

    37:00 Nervousnes and the control over it
    How he overcomes his fear of performing

    46:00 You can't fool the audience

    49:37 Alpine skiing as his biggest passion
    Power of the mountains

    55:00 Best part of being a successful musician

    56:50 Is it good to follow your passion

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    Canibus - The Green-Eyed Monster


    This is a Poet Laureate Infinity (PLoo) fan-made mix.

    Vocals - CANIBUS

    Beat - Oskar Mike

    CANIBUS - FULL SPECTRUM DOMINANCE 1, 2 & 3 - Available at


    Biological parasites are controlling your mind...

    May whatever it touch receive hallowed light, we can find...

    Captain Coutts altered the sequence of neuropeptides...

    One day, sitting down, reading books in class,
    I care if I make history, study the past,
    I told myself: “add your name”, just ignore the fools,
    But it drives me insane, think of high-school rules,
    Yo, I like to play music… This ain’t nobody…
    Me and my friends… We sound so sloppy,
    The center of attention, we always be laughing,
    They call me “Band Captain”… So what the fuck happened?
    I’m done, next level… Now you graduated,
    We train for a career I don’t want, but I made it,
    You can take this job, politics, started hating,
    The leaders lies integrated, left me dehydrated,
    I built a miserable citadel that make me invincible,
    A promotion to President testing “The Peter Principle”
    A lyrical inimical days of future past,
    Do you know? Life is life. This supposed to be a blast!

    You feel like… You’re an inch from being dead,
    Pinch your leg, instead… You’re just living in my head,
    Jealous again… The Boston Visionary Cell bled,
    Plenty new rhymes, review and recommend, that never ends...
    I bust-busta rhymes, but I cuss-customize the chopper,
    Would you put it ALL on the line, hip-hopper?
    As filthy as the collar of a dirty grave robber,
    I got Captain Coutts versus Green-Eyed Monster,

    They say “when in Rome”, beyond Thunderdome,
    In an ordinary world, yeah, I ran back home,
    A change is beginning, time reversed waves,
    Circular motion, I’m familiar with John Campbell ways,
    If work equals “X”, and money equals “Y”,
    Then “Z” must be negative piece of the pie,
    Warehouse night shift, who need a new fix?
    Baby Driver forklift, motherfucker, let it rip!
    Too easy… Really, I said who’d believe me?
    There’s no challenge, are you high? Smoke out like Lil’ Weezy,
    The effects quite subtle, we work inside the bubble,
    Cogs in a wheel, a victim to pyramid puzzle,
    I don’t need a crew lead, I have super-vision
    I don’t want nothing from you, not even your position,
    Focus on hip-hop, and the Law of Attraction,
    Total satisfaction, this is poetry in action,


    We shouldn’t keep fighting, kicked, punched and biting,
    Quoting my favourite inventor, talking thunder and lightning,,
    Second Round Knockout was just aimless entertainment,
    The spin-off from the press, try to hurt one of their favourites,
    Watch ‘Deep Blue Sea’, I got away nervously,
    A lone shark circles me, it’s gonna have a word with me,
    Dolphin phone screen calls, radioactive residue,
    I declined, cause I’m familiar with what greed can do,
    An impossible profession… Explain the lesson,
    Introspective perspective, keep checking your direction,
    The message said “we should meet somewhere clandestine”,
    I briefed the committee, they told me to stop testing,
    Countdown start timing, yeah, it was odd.
    I did it for my brother, this mission inspired by God,
    Inspired by the suffering, it must have been, who was it then?
    The ripper, Captain Coutts, one of the ‘Mystery Men’,


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    Mike Delinquent Project ft Wiley | Wiggle Music Video: SBTV


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    Following on from the success of his collaborations with Mikill Pane and Lady Leshurr; Mike is in the studio completing his long awaited album and has now teamed up with legendary UK rapper/producer Wiley for his latest release Wiggle (Movin' Her Middle) released 2nd February on Bad Boy Records.

    Wiggle (Movin Her Middle) contains elements of House & Garage, with a combination of a deep rolling bassline and jackin' influenced beats to create this tune. Wiley comes with an exquisite verse and hook line, lyrically descriptive in an experience about an attractive lady 'moving her middle'.

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    An Important Shift In Investor Sentiment


    Victor elaborates on the sentiment shift that occurred last week, also spells out his specific positions on the CDN Dollar, Oil and Gold

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    Rocksmith 2014 Edition -- Emulated Bass Tutorial


    Rocksmith 2014 Edition is the fastest way to learn guitar and bass! Don't have a bass? No problem! Use Rocksmith 2014's Emulated Bass mode to play all of our bass arrangements using your guitar.

    Join one of our Rocksmith notetrackers, Jarred McAdams, and learn how to enable Emulated Bass and why everyone should check it out.

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    Simple Exercise To Improve Piano Hand Independence


    Here's a simple but powerful exercise that will help you work on your left and right hand independence on the piano. The idea is to focus on technically simple pieces that are easy to play separately in each hand, but really challenge your independence when you bring them together!

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    G-Eazy - Rewind ft. Anthony Russo


    “Rewind” ft. Anthony Russo out now!

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    Hit By A Blimp bass fretboard action


    I mounted my iPhone on my bass with a suction cup carkit. Nice perspective. The theme was used for a song by Hit By A Blimp.

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    Statik Selektah - Black Thought The Imperial Verse Recorded On USB Mic


    Official 247HH exclusive interview with Lawrence, Massachusetts based DJ/Producer Statik Selektah, where you’ll hear about how witnessed Black Thought record some bars on just a USB microphone.
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    Aion - The Road to Beritra


    You were used by him. As were many others, friend and foe alike. In his ever-thirsting bid for power the Dark One spared few, and conquered many. Each of his nicknames serves to illustrate but one of his many dark secrets. Tales of corruption and decay follow in his wake, and his ambition seems matched only by his lust for destruction.
    This is not just another Dragon Lord. This is Beritra.

    As you finally manage to stop one of his schemes, you find that the next two had already been set in motion -- all but mere distractions for his one true purpose. For every drop of blood spent on stopping one of his plans you know that triple the amount will be required for the next. And yet, you will get your chance. But first you have to suffer. You will experience great losses, and somehow have to live through many tragedies. You will have to overcome many challenges, and surpass your very limits as you turn these pains and sacrifices into a single chance at victory. But then, once all of that has come to pass, you will finally get your chance. Your chance at revenge.

    All of Beritra's themes from Aion 4.0 - 4.8, arranged in such a way that they remain faithful to order in which the events (and update patches) transpired. From the time the Dark One first stirred (4.0) to the moment where you finally managed to corner and fight him in the Drakenspire Depths (Aion 4.8): this is the path to the 4th Dragon Lord. This is the Road to Beritra.

    [00:00] Prelude: Dark Betrayal
    [01:11] The Dark One
    -- The player wakes up sometime after this point --
    [03:49] Sauro Supply Base
    [06:36] vs. Hyperion (Infinity Shard)
    [08:25] vs. Grand Commander Pashid (Eternal Bastion)
    [10:56] Invasion (4.7 Main Theme)
    [13:06] vs. Ahserion (Panesterra)
    [15:55] Drakenspire Depths
    [18:00] Last Stand
    [19:21] vs. Beritra (4.8 Main Theme)

    * = The player is absent when Beritra first stirs and attacks Katalam/Danaria (he/she is in a coma for six in-game months). The first two tracks -- Beritra's intro or announcement to the world -- can thus be considered to be from the Balaur perspective. By the time of the third track the player has woken up and begun his/her incursion against the Dragon Lord and his armies -- the remaining tracks can thus be considered to be from the player's perspective. You may notice this shift in perspective as the whole challenge theme is more apparent in the third track onwards.

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    Prophetic Prayer: Theres A Reset In The Floodgates


    This is a prayer into the 40 days of the floodgates prophecy. Get in on this! You can visit Jennifer's website online at or get equipped at Sow at

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    Fossil Fool performs Funky Quadricycle LiveOnBike at the Barcelona Bicycle Music Festival


    Highlights from a LiveOnBike performance on my latest custom Soul Cycle, the Blue Whale at the first ever Barcelona Bicycle Music Festival, timed to coincide with the 10-10-10 global day of action on climate change. Part of the 2010 European bike tour by the Pleasant Revolution.

    The video shows clips of three songs: Funky Quadricycle, Rock The Bike Rider, and No Bikes In The Yard. Brock was pilioting the Blue Whale, and nearby Kipchoge was carrying bassist Jared May.

    This was my first LiveOnBike performance on the Blue Whale, which contains the audio elements a 3-way JBL PRX 535 speaker. The top surface of the Blue Whale's fiberglass cabinet is a wide tractor seat, allowing the performer to shift his weight and face riders to the side and rear of the rig. The Blue Whale has a horn-loaded midrange and tweeter mounted on a pole that can pivot to any angle. When used as a LiveOnBike rig, the mid/high horns face obliquely to the rear, where they direct the sound to the mobile audience and serve as a monitor to the performer. The main 15 bass woofer faces to the right, away from the performer, but the large bass port faces left. Bass frequencies are fairly omnidirectional to begin with, but the port facing left means that the bass truly envelops the performer. The music cabinet is custom made to fit the Mundo V3 cargo bike, designed for carrying gear and passengers. The weight of the cabinet, battery, and the performer was probably close to 250 pounds, well within the rated capacity of the Mundo.

    The power source for the amplifier was a pair 12V NiMh batteries rated at 4AH. The Class-D Crown amplifier that came with the PRX 535 has been modified to accept DC power, rather than AC, which eliminates the need for a bulky and inefficient AC/DC inverter. The batteries used on the Blue Whale weigh only 4 pounds. The DC modified Crown amplifier is problably the most efficient audio amplifier around, and is available from Rock The Bike on a custom basis. The DC modification also makes the Blue Whale an exceptionally efficient Pedal Power rig.

    The backing tracks are stored on a modified Kaossilator Pro looping synthesizer, which you can see on my left leg. I can trigger samples A, B, C, and D while performing, enabling me to take a song into a breakdown section or drop out the beat for a funny rhyme. The Kaossilator Pro has a built in mic preamp eliminating the need for a separate audio mixer. Nearby, Jared plays bass while sitting on a JBL 512 speaker.

    The Barcelona Bicycle Music Festival is part of the Pleasant Revolution tour of Europe. The Pleasant Revolution has been touring Europe by bicycle since late May, and will next head to Portugal in time for a Bicycle Music Festival of Lisbon next weekend. I joined up with the Pleasant Revolution in late September.

    The goal of the Bicycle Music Festival is to help bike people grow the movement with an inspiring all-day event featuring local and bike-touring bands. We hit three venues, all in Barcelona's parks and plazas. As we cruise between venues, performing LiveOnBike or playing dance music, we pass out flyers and call out the festival venues pied piper style, helping to increase turnout on the day of.

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    Statik Selektah - New Project 8 & How DJ Khaled Inspired Me


    Official 247HH exclusive interview with Lawrence, Massachusetts based DJ/Producer Statik Selektah, where you’ll hear about his new project 8 & what he learned from the notorious DJ Khaled in this #247HHEXCL
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    Theory Hazit & Toni Shift - Concealed Sorrow music video @illect


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    The song Concealed Sorrow appears on Theory Hazit & Toni Shift's album Modern Marvels available now on Illect Recordings.

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    Inspired by a true story of pain, hate, and loss, Concealed Sorrow goes a little deeper than your average rap song. The latest video from Kentucky-born rapper Theory Hazit captures all of the emotion wrapped up in one of the deeper cuts from his recent Modern Marvels release. The track, which is based on a real life incident witnessed as a youth by now-pastor and university professor Dr. Tony Campolo, is told from the perspective of a bullied, undefended, and forgotten high school youth who ended up taking his life after receiving the brunt of horrible actions from his classmates.

    I wrote 'Concealed Sorrow' hoping that the church would listen, watch, and perform the love of Christ to all that struggle, says Theory. Perhaps this message is just what the culture needs -- a wake up call to begin standing up for the downtrodden and outcasts of our society. At the very least, Concealed Sorrow should serve as an eye opener for anyone who thinks that bullying and hate are minor issues. Family members, friends from high school, and co-workers also inspired the song and short film. I pray that Christians would step up and be as we are called.

    Theory Hazit has always had a knack for combining dope rhymes with a unique storytelling ability rarely found in today's hip hop and there's no better evidence than this latest single. The video, directed by Donald W. Martin Jr., paints a picture of the pain that so many feel while addressing the lack of helping hands reaching out from the Christian community. This song is definitely a cry for help, a cry for God, and a cry for his people.

    Performed by Theory Hazit of Scribbling Idiots
    Directed by Donald W. Martin Jr.
    Produced by Jeff Prahl
    Cinematography by Jordan Nakamura

    Nicholas: Cameron Zink
    Bullies: Donald Martin, Jarvis Greiner, Austin Witthun, Austin Coffey
    Friends: Hanna Martin, Jerod Maclaughlin
    Nicholas' Dad: Josh McGowan

    Additional credits
    1st Assistant Director: Hannah Martin
    Casting Directors: Jeff Prahl, Abby Hersh
    B Camera Operator: Josh McGowan
    Gaffer: Jerod Maclaughlin
    Key Grip: Jarvis Greiner
    Grip: Jed Saba
    Make-up: Catherine Eide
    Editing and Color Grading: Donald W. Martin Jr.

    Special Thanks
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    Peter Joseph Debates Stefan Molyneux


    Zeitgeist perspective versus an anarchocapitalist view and there many differences among them being:

    A common set of questions by Anarcho-Capitalists to Anarchists is something along the lines of ‘would you use coercion in order to prevent capitalism? And if you would does that not contradict your alleged Anarchism?’ The Anarcho-Capitalist asks this question for two reasons. The first reason is that they believe that Anarchism is the political philosophy that is opposed to coercion, rejects the state because it is coercive and consequently advocates a stateless voluntary society. The second reason is that they believe that socialism is almost always based on coercion against capitalism. Thus, their question is asking, how can one believe in coercing capitalists while nonetheless advocating a voluntary society? In this essay, I shall first assume that capitalism can exist without the state and is voluntary and answer the Anarcho-Capitalist question by arguing that there is no contradiction between advocating coercion and being an Anarchist in the sense that Social Anarchists use the term. I thus wish to argue that even if capitalism is voluntary Social Anarchists ought to prevent capitalism through, although not necessarily through, coercive means. In short, I shall be arguing that Social Anarchists should not advocate an entirely voluntary society, only a predominately voluntary society.

    Voluntary Association VS Free Association

    The Anarcho-Capitalist definition of voluntary association is derived from their definition of ‘coercion’ (or ‘force’ or ‘aggression’, the terms are usually used interchangeable by Anarcho-Capitalists). They define ‘coercion’ as the “initiation of the use or threat of physical violence against the person or property of anyone else”. Given this definition an action is defined as voluntary if the agent does not perform the act because they were coerced. Anarcho-Capitalists believe that stateless laissez-faire capitalism is a voluntary society in the sense that it is a society which is not based upon coercion. For example, Rothbard writes in ‘For A New Liberty’ that, “The libertarian creed rests upon one central axiom: that no man or group of men may aggress against the person or property of anyone else. This may be called the nonaggression axiom.” In virtue of accepting this principle, “The libertarian favors the right to unrestricted private property and free exchange; hence, a system of laissez-faire capitalism.” While in ‘Man, Economy and State’ Rothbard writes that, “Agreements by individuals to make exchanges are called contracts, and a society based on voluntary contractual agreements is a contractual society. It is the society of the unhampered market.” Thus, Rothbard adheres to the non-aggression principle and consequently advocates a voluntary society based on voluntary association and contracts between individuals. Rothbard believes that such a society would be a system of laissez-faire capitalism.

    At first appearance, it can seem that Social Anarchists too believe in such a voluntary society and that individuals should be free to voluntarily associate in any given manner. Kropotkin writes that in an Anarchist society “harmony [is] obtained… by free agreements concluded between the various groups, territorial and professional, freely constituted for the sake of production and consumption, as also for the satisfaction of the infinite variety of needs and aspirations of a civilized being.” While Berkman writes that under anarcho-communism “You are to be entirely free, and everybody else is to enjoy equal liberty, which means that no one has a right to compel or force another, for coercion of any kind is interference with your liberty.”

    Some things people have said around the net on the subject include: [ perfalbion from said in response to ironcates comment If better values mean a new type of human being is coming into existence, then it seems that the voluneterist society works too without the coercive part of zeitgeist.]This is why Zeitgeist is pretty fundamentally flawed. It presumes that humans will behave like something other than humans. It presumes that some external thing telling us what we do and don't need will not lead to friction. It assumes that there will be such a fundamental shift in culture, values, and society that we wouldn't recognize ourselves.

    Don't get me wrong, there's no perfect system on Earth today. But at least the good systems we have provide people a decent amount of wiggle room, control, and ability to accumulate stuff that they like based on their own preferences. Far better to keep the good parts and find a way to address the bad than to presume that everyone's psychology will suddenly change. Particularly when the notion that they will is based on nothing more than wishing, pixie dust, and hand-waving.?

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    Meditation music to end negative mind: POSITIVE ENERGY meditation music, namaste music


    When we start to have negative thoughts, it's hard to stop them. And it's much easier said than done to shift your focus to positive thoughts. But it's the only way, especially if you want to avoid going down a path that is painful and unnecessary.
    Here are ten things I did to help overcome my negative thoughts that you can also try:
    1. Meditate or do yoga.
    One of the first things I did was head to a yoga class. It took my focus away from my thoughts and brought my attention to my breath. Yoga is also very relaxing, which helped ease my mind. Yoga helped me stay present to my experience so instead of jumping to what could happen, it brought me back to the now—the only moment, the most important moment.
    2. Smile.
    I didn't do much of this during the weekend, so I literally had to bring myself in front of a mirror and force myself to smile. It really does help change your mood and relieve stress. I also felt lighter because it takes fewer muscles to smile than to frown.
    3. Surround yourself with positive people.
    I called a friend who I knew could give me constructive yet loving feedback. When you're stuck in a negative spiral, talk to people who can put things into perspective and won’t feed your negative thinking.
    4. Change the tone of your thoughts from negative to positive.
    For example, instead of thinking, “We are going to have a hard time adjusting to our living situation,” think, “We will face some challenges in our living situation, but we will come up with solutions that we will both be happy with.”
    5. Don't play the victim. You create your life—take responsibility.
    The way I was thinking and acting, you would think I was stuck. Even if our living situation becomes unbearable, there is always a way out. I will always have the choice to make change happen, if need be.
    6. Help someone.
    Take the focus away from you and do something nice for another person. I decided to make a tray of food and donate it to the Salvation Army. It took my mind off of things and I felt better for helping someone else.
    7. Remember that no one is perfect and let yourself move forward.
    It's easy to dwell on your mistakes. I felt terrible that I acted this way and that I wasted our weekend. The only thing I can do now is learn from my mistakes and move forward. I definitely don't want to have a weekend like that again.
    8. Sing.
    I don't remember lyrics very well and it's probably the reason that I don't enjoy singing, but every time I do sing I always feel better. When we sing, we show our feelings and this provides an amazing stress relief.
    9. List five things that you are grateful for right now.
    Being grateful helps appreciate what you already have. Here's my list: my cats, health, a six-week trip to Asia, a new yoga class that I'll be teaching, and for my mom's biopsy coming out clean.
    10. Read positive quotes.
    I like to place Post-It notes with positive quotes on my computer, fridge door, and mirror as reminders to stay positive. Also, I'd like to share with you a quote by an unknown author that was shared in a meditation class that I attended:
    Watch your thoughts, they become words.
    Watch your words, they become actions.
    Watch your actions, they become habits.
    Watch your habits, they become your character.
    Watch your character, it becomes your destiny.
    Happy positive thinking!

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    Interview with Noam Chomsky — No Gods No Masters


    From the fernch documentary No gods, No Masters, A History of Anarchism (2017) by Tancrède Ramonet.

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    Tilt-shift Photography


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    Twinflame Message: Limitless 1.25.2018


    This is a Twinflame Message and Twinflame Card Reading for the Divine Masculine and Divine Feminine Energies for the Week of Jan.25, 2018. My guides also have shared a light language blessing and clearing to open your heart space to boundless and limitless energy. I LOVE the cards that I pulled this week—it speaks volumes as to where are on the journey to union. Trust in the truth of your soul—it always knows! In love and light, EstaRa

    For more information on me and my services, and/or to schedule a Skype Twinflame Reading with this deck or information healings/clearings for you and your Twinflame, please feel free to contact me at and see my website:

    Also for the additional Energy Channelings, please check out my blog at:


    Twinflame Group Meditation
    Sunday, Feb 18 @ 4 pm EST
    This is a group meditation for twinflames. We will connect via webinar. I'd love to have you join me for a guided mediation. This is a great opportunity to ground our energy and bring ourselves in alignment together with other twinflames. The time for anchoring our physical union is now. We will use this as an opportunity to raise our frequency in love. Details for the Webinar will be provided prior to our event. Energy Exchange: $11.11

    This is the link for a recording group meditation for twinflames, including a Channel & Running Energy and Clearing.

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    Re:Think Belonging: Gill Sotu and Anjanette Maraya-Ramey at TEDxSanDiego 2013


    Stepping into a collaboration of spoken word, song, music, and modern dance, Gill Sotu and choreographer Anjanette Maraya-Ramey invite you to rethink becoming, to rethink belonging, and to rethink believing. Sotu and company invite you to realize that anything is possible as long as you are not alone on your journey. A love story, a call for trust, and a claim for the legal marriage between G.I. Joe's and Cabbage Patch dolls—Sotu and friends take you on a journey worth traveling. True story.

    Poet/Composer: Gill Sotu
    Choreographer: Anjanette Maraya-Ramey
    Dancers: Julio Velazquez, Viviana Alcazar
    Singer: Cedrice Webber
    Cellist: Suzy Lee
    Pianist: Jarel Paguio

    In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)

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    Skarm And Miki Hahn - Virus Latency


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    When your emotions control your actions
    It affects not only yourself,
    But the people around you

    A balance of emotions is important
    For a well rounded personality


    A lady from another place, another world..
    A different perspective, a shifting turn,,
    Commanding the opposite concern,
    Opening my doors and my windows, how to learn...

    interesting waves start to make me float away
    to brighter days, an unknown land where I do not command
    and as she subtly demands, and clarifies my ways..
    I feel a strong connection like I'm riding on a wave

    Chorus (Miki & sKArm)

    Feeling the Current Wave

    Stuck in this craze, Pause in this Daze, its poisonous Days

    Pulling me Underwater

    But the time is not to taint, so I withhold from this chase

    Pulling me Underwater

    Pulling me Underwater


    Now lemme say this one time for your mind...
    Now when I'm pullin she's pushin for me to climb..
    Vice verse never at same moment in rhyme,
    And we evade sunshine cause it aint the right time!

    Miki Hahn

    Heat of conversation, brings me to his destination
    Re-learning his extinction, I got a new addiction!

    Adjacency is killing me...its killing me, killing me, yeaaaaaaah!
    And now Im trying to leave, Im trying to breathe


    So I step back.. And organize my thoughts to stop the drumming
    and humming and coming of her abundant image

    Attention is Selective; I choose to move defensive,
    Caged with no leverage, always a broken sentence,
    Quote unquote, no I don't but never meant it,
    the truth is well protected with shields of pride yea I said it,
    I'm well collected, but admittinglly, addicted cause this goddess captures an angle of me, that is hidden and
    kept guarded I'm dormant,
    shocked holding a locket,
    silent informant deciding what's more important,
    Do I give back to the feeling that caused it
    mission aborted
    and the vibe that's connected,
    its infectious, I'm infected!!

    Miki Hahn

    How Can truth be so wrong
    Distorted thoughts in my mind
    I feel Iv waited this long
    But time is not on my side
    This Vibe I yearn to Prolong

    (skarm) Cant afford not to be Blind

    So I Hide...


    Eliminate the Stimulus
    Modify the Stimulus
    Or Modify the Response

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    7-28-05 Armond White on Jay Z 99 Problems


    July 28, 2005 (Part 7)
    CRITIC Armond White MUSIC TO MY EYES Music Video Presentation at Lincoln Center.

    American Gangster? Gangsta?

    Artist: Jay Z
    Song: 99 Problems
    Director: Mark Romanek

    Due to low camcorder battery energy, I didn't videotape the entire music video. I focused on Armond White's comments.

    Here are some Armond White quotes on the music video (from his extended essay on the 99 Problems music video)...

    hiphop hit a brick wall at its most influential moment with booty-clapping, money-tossing imagery and lurid, greed-driven lyrical content. but filmmaker mark romanek and jay-z have finally broken through this ethical stagnation with the new music video 99 problems. it's a strong, strangely beautiful fiction that subverts hiphop cliche and achieves a streetwise definition of new york city that film and music fans have been waiting to see updated since mean streets... stevie wonder's 1973 living for the city, a tourist famously (and naively) exclaimed new york! just like i pictured it! ironically, romanek proves that in the hiphop era most people's idea of new york comes from videos (and movies) that dishonestly construct a stereotypical new york of loiterers, thugs and reprobates. black and white film gives it a documentary effect, as if casting an anthropological eye on graffiti, tenements, break-dancers and flashy cars. the stylized look distances ghetto life, but romanek's structure shifts from borough to borough, playground to jailhouse—a series of interlocking actions from a crazy-quilt travelogue of new york city. 99 problems shows a young black man's new york as it has never been seen before. jay-z spins a tale of common aimlessness and selfish survival (ya havin' girl problems?/i feel bad for you, son/i got 99 problems/and a bitch ain't one). his delivery is terse yet eloquent—swingsong, but the world he walks through is ferocious... rap fan watching 99 problems would sensibly long to partake in its spectacle. the jail scenes (with frontal nudity of inmates being sprayed for lice) are controversial, restricting the video's airplay even on cable outlets. this is a tribute to romanek's visual intensity. he has an iconographic gift to make commonplace things memorable or (as in hurt for johnny cash) numinous. in 99 problems, images and words become a wrecking ball against the familiar edifice of ghetto-fabulous determinism. 99 problems breaks through the nyc truisms of poverty and deprivation that hiphop culture has romanticized. romanek sees the place clearer, tougher and poetically. the cliches will no longer stand.

    every other music video director will have to face up to this and respond. romanek's esthetics are informed by a rare social consciousness. (he not only shows what new york folks look like, but how they actually live, mixing harshness and lyricism.) that's the subversion. this video questions what all the others say is fly, def or cool by showing that hipster perspective to be limited; simply sexy rather than shocking; and laughable instead of tragic. we're trying to show the artistry side of hiphop, jay-z told a reporter. i just really wanted [mark] to shoot like where i'm from in brooklyn and shoot the hood, but shoot it like art, not just shoot a bunch of dudes or a bunch of cars. romanek's images keep coming at you—pulsing to producer rick rubin's sullen, reverberating beat—they fall into line as maybe the truest-ever hiphop portrait of new york life. from the marcy projects to a church in brooklyn, it's a visual parade of around-the-corner confrontations, whimsical children, lost adults, desperate hedonism—the things most hiphop videos treat blithely. no bling-bling allowed. romanek never pauses for condescension, but a couple shots that dolly into a funeral home, then a coffin, are appropriately stunning. only the inevitability of death impedes on the velocity of life...

    Director MARK ROMANEK can be reached at:

    You can also see the director's cut of the Jay-Z 99 Problems music video at

    NOTE: In the mid-90's (not sure of year, perhaps 1995?) Critic Armond White devoted an entire music video presentation to the work of Director/Filmmaker MARK ROMANEK, director of this music video.

    Critic Armond White can be reached courtesy of the weekly newspaper The New York Press

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    Mauricio Zottarelli - Upside Down Looking Up | EPK


    This record is the follow up to “7 Lives” (2009) – I have been working on it for the past 4 years, and I am beyond excited to finally share it with you all. On this page you can pre-order the album (digital and physical copies) and also access some really cool exclusive stuff you won’t find anywhere else!

    This album and the music in it have to do with those moments in life when a person feels completely overwhelmed with everything that is going on. It’s also a very personal account of the past few years of my life and things that have been going on with ME. The title came to me while thinking about how, when life feels crazy and we believe it’s “upside down,” if we “look up” searching for a solution, we are actually looking DOWN. So, I believe that in order to get out of this “Upside Down Looking Up” situation, one must change their perspective of life – be it in a person’s actions, thoughts, or reevaluating certain areas that may need change.

    While creating the vision for the album and bringing the music to life, I was incredibly lucky to count on these fantastic musicians and their beautiful contributions:

    Helio Alves (piano) - Gustavo Assis Brasil (guitars) - Itaiguara Brandão (bass) - Milene Corso (vocals) - Eldar Djangirov (keyboards) - Oriente Lopez (piano and flute) - Klaus Mueller (piano) - Mike Pope (bass) - Christos Rafalides (vibes) and Rodrigo Ursaia (sax).

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    Half Life 2 Copied Garrys Mod



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    Danny Gokey on Depression with Dr. Caroline Leaf | Dinner Conversations


    American Idol's Danny Gokey ( and communication pathologist Dr. Caroline Leaf ( dig in deep to the roots of depression, and how utilizing the power of the mind can help. Don't miss a single episode of Dinner Conversations–subscribe below!

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    Transparent Lessons in Spiritual Warfare | Jennifer LeClaire


    Jennifer LeClaire shares some transparent lessons in spiritual warfare in this teaching from her book, The Spiritual Warfare Battle Plan. You can visit Jennifer online at or sow a seed into the ministry at Join the School of Spiritual Warafre at

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    Work My Wrist


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    Work My Wrist · NFL Slime'moo

    Never Forget Loyalty, Vol. 1

    ℗ 1011323 Records DK

    Released on: 2018-10-15

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    Statik Selektah - Termanology & I Bought Liquor And Got Show Crowd Drunk


    Official 247HH exclusive interview with Lawrence, Massachusetts based DJ/Producer Statik Selektah, where you’ll hear about a dope fan moment when Statik and Term bought liquor for the entire show crowd, find out what happened in this #247HHWTS
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    What is 247HH? is your devoted site to celebrate everything about Hip-Hop culture from an exclusive content perspective. We feature exclusive interviews and behind the scenes from mainstream, underground, and future Hip-Hop stars. We have also featured DJ's, producers, managers, tastemakers, music executives, models, athletes, and fashion designers. We get to the essence of the individual, and bring you inside their world. Artist such as Ludacris, Jadakiss, Bun B., Busta Rhymes, Gucci Mane, 50 Cent, E-40, J. Cole, MGK, French Montana, Kevin Gates, Ghostface Killah, Lupe Fiasco, David Banner, G-Eazy, Trae Tha Truth, The Clipse, Pete Rock, Little Brother, Huey, The Game, DMX, and many more.

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    NF - Youre Special


    Official video for “You’re Special” by NF from the album Perception.
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    Music video by NF performing You’re Special. (C) 2017 NF Real Music, LLC

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    Rock and Roll and The Observer by Not Blood Paint


    {An Important Public Service Announcement from Not Blood Paint}
    Hello. We're Not Blood Paint and we need your help.
    This Friday night we will be appearing at the Knitting Factory in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. We hope that you will assist us.

    For the past year and a half, we have been conducting experiments, the results of which have been extraordinary. Still, we have not been able to shake an eerie feeling.

    After pointed investigations, we have uncovered the serious problem: we are stuck in time, encumbered by recurring patterns of thought and action. We're willing to bet you've felt the same thing. Both history and science suggest that this recurrence unchecked will lead in one direction only - a black hole, mind annihilation.

    In light of recent events, we have realized that we are at a genuine crossroads in which everyone is responsible for the direction taken. We have an opportunity to break free of current modes of operation, to reject previous models for observation and interaction. Here is a chance to change ourselves, and change each other.

    We have never viewed our shows with a sharp division between performer and spectator. After all, the role of the observer is never passive. This is where you come in. (It's so easy!)

    Yes, approach your involvement Friday night as a potentially transformative activity. Come different than you are. And while we are together, never stay the same. We ask that you constantly work to change your perspective for those 45 minutes.

    Beyond that, outwardly challenge us. Surprise us, as we will work to surprise you.

    [Here are] some possible quantum pointers for those daring enough to entangle with us in an unpredictable direction OUT of recurrence:

    1) Come dressed as something you are not, or in such a way that is counter to your self-perception. Changing your outward appearance can be dangerous. It allows you the freedom to act on impulses you may not be open to in normal circumstances. Your capacity for violence is greatly increased. In a way, it shuts off a certain sort of censor.
    We refer to this as the New Suit methodology and it is crucial to our understanding of ourselves as conduits of archetypal phenomena, as opposed to individuals with pesky egos and reality-collapsing identities. We HIGHLY encourage this.

    2) Notice internal monologues. Is there chatter in your head? See if you can consciously stop thought and assimilate the environment without comment.

    3) Be aware of how emotional states, if any, pass through your internal system during the show. Which are useful to the act of conscious awareness. Which blind you, or send you to sleep? Allow your full range of emotions to be accessible.

    4) Are you ascribing any imaginary features to your environment or the people in it? What can you know with certainty about what is happening? Try continuously shifting places in the room throughout.

    The important thing is: notice patterns of behavior and break them. If you generally dance a lot, stand in the back with your arms folded for a while. Not a dancer? Try dancing.

    Consider substances. How does this shot of whiskey change my perception of this experience? How does this drug change it? If you normally do a lot of drugs, consider not doing drugs tonight. Or vice versa or vice versa or vice versa.

    If what we're saying seems unnecessary, we welcome you to enjoy the music as music alone, or laugh at us for wearing wigs and tights. There is no obligation. Nothing is compulsory and nothing is prohibited, as you already know.

    This has the potential to refine our direction, steer us toward new territory in thought and live music. We'll continue looking for the best ways to create self-altering events, but as we say, we need your help. We'll follow-up with you in the days after the show. It's important for us to hear from you and collect your observations.

    The point is engage fully, notice patterns, break them and never get comfortable. Challenge us and each other. Wake us, out of the heavy, deep sleep.

    We will now take some time for questions.


    Friday night, around the midnight hour, we will all go to work. Manifestation of The Goldsmith is fully hinged on your participation and generous madness. We hope that you will be with us.

    Be with us.

    Be with us.

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    JIN ANGELS Fill in the Beats Contest.


    Keniter's submission

    JIN ANGELS Fill in the Beats Contest.

    This contest is not about who wins or loses, it's about spreading the Gospel via internet. You go JIN...

    Love it or hate it, please comment and rate...

    Thank You Lord!
    JIN, thanks for this opportunity to display our music;
    may God bless you for the things you're doing.


    You know I gotta say something;
    The beginning and the end, what's the difference between the two?
    I mean I'm still trying to figure it out
    I know one thing
    I'm just getting started
    You know all that stuff that happened in the past?
    I ain't even thinking about that
    It's about right now
    And it's about moving forward
    Uh, Check, Check, Yo.

    Dear God,
    I wonder can you save me
    The more it makes sense
    The more they claim that I'm crazy
    I had to be for them to see me this calm
    All reality, uh-uh, no TV sitcome
    My pure will got me stolen from grace
    Eyes closed, salty tears, all I could taste
    Fall on my knees
    Fall on my face
    They say put God first and everything else will fall into place
    So I've heard
    Wise words got me thinking
    Gotta give it time to let it sink in
    I sound confused, I know
    For what shall it prophet a man to gain the world
    Then lose his soul
    For the longest I was riding high, cruise control
    In my own mind making up the rules as I go
    I swear it's not just my imagination
    I heard a voice guiding me, navigation
    Is it the road I chose or should I check the steering
    Took a couple wrong turns, selective hearing
    Is it fact or just my premonition
    I see what's going on now, High Definition

    Nothing but lies, I was living that
    Wasted like lasiks, it took me time to get my vision back
    Learned to recognize the fakes and the true snakes
    So called friends, you know the two-faced
    All in my grill like a toothache
    Still you never find me under pressure
    Like the last drop of toothpaste
    My mission is never been more clear
    The truth is never been more near
    But I know I can't do it on my own
    So I pray you give me strength when I lift the microphone
    All I hear is Jin what happened to the old you?
    See I could explain but I would rather show you
    Word, check it out y'all

    Cause actions speak louder than words
    So it don't matter how I mix the nouns with the verbs
    New fans are glad, got annoint to my style
    Old fans wanna know what will I rap about now?
    Switch is up?
    Yo, I gots to do it
    The word is Jin's putting out Gospel music
    See I prefer to call it Change-Your-Life music
    All in hopes that one day you might use it
    Whatever they choose to label it, so be it
    I proceed it
    All I know is, I so need it
    I'm certain that I can't rap forever
    Before the curtain call I gotta get my act together

    No surprise the womb over my eyes has been lifted
    My entire perspective has been shifted
    I can't call it
    You can call it how you feel
    Call it change, call it growth
    As long as you call it real
    I am no quitter
    My journeys just begun
    You are all wecome to follow, no Twitter

    I know plenty of folks that wanna touch the gates of Heaven
    Never been to church 'cause they can't relate to Reverends
    Ain't no sense in me preaching to the Choir
    Even with scorched arms
    I'll be reaching through the fire

    I stand firm
    The enemy don't phase me
    No need to wonder...


    P.S If you will put on your headphones it will sound a lot better....

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    The New Scoring Landscape — Guerrilla Film Scoring


    Guerrilla Film Scoring: Practical Advice from Hollywood Composers
    ✪✪✪ The book & the documentary ✪✪✪

    A straightforward do-it-yourself manual, this guide will help composers at all levels create the best-sounding scores quickly and cost effectively—without jeopardizing their art.

    By composer & orchestrator Jeremy Borum

    There is a real need for a fresh look at the modern day scoring process. Music has been used in movies, television, video games, and advertisements from the very beginning, and from the very beginning the film and music industries have been in a constant state of change. Because of shifts in styles and innovations in technology, scoring today is completely different from the way it was 20 years ago, or even just 10 years ago. The art and craft of scoring needs to be reevaluated and reexamined because, like all forms of art, it is a living thing that grows and evolves.

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    Starting with the Finnish


    David and Colin welcome the flagship back with one less game than they thought they'd be discussing. Postponements, the power of Jimmy Bell, Helsinki all feature as well as a look ahead to Rugby Park on Wednesday.

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    Yelawolf - Daddys Lambo


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    Music video by Yelawolf performing Daddy's Lambo. (C) 2011 DGC Records
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    Character Evolution - Alternate Perspective


    Original song by Alternate Perspective

    Bass, Vocals - Dacotah Stordahl (age 16)

    Guitar - Tanner Stordahl (age 14)

    Drums - Haden Stordahl (age 11)

    Lyrics: © Alternate Perspective

    Tread the Sidewalks
    Slick with Sweat and Tears
    Of the pain of the years

    Mother Nature, Take your toll
    On the long-forgotten souls

    ~ ~ ~

    Shift, Invert, Destroy the Earth

    That's the way that
    We discern our worth

    ~ ~ ~

    People Talking, Moving, Rebuffing
    Takes its toll on the world
    Angst, Depression, Anger, Sadness
    Love, Excitement, Joy, Happiness

    ~ ~ ~

    Wandering through the glowing Streetlights
    In the pitch-black turbid mass of the Night

    Makes one Wonder / Daydream
    About how to make things Right

    ~ ~ ~

    Playing Dumb's the favorite way
    To avoid a negative
    State of mind

    ~ ~ ~

    People Raping, Yelling, Hating
    Takes its toll on the world
    Fighting for a piece of Identity
    Exhausts all Thought and Energy

    ~ ~ ~
    *Instrumental Bridge*

    ~ ~ ~

    People laughing, Sighing, Loving
    That's what this world needs
    But the only question
    Is if our culture can succeed

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    Yelawolf - Till It’s Gone



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    Music video by Yelawolf performing Till It’s Gone. (C) 2014 Interscope Records
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