This video is a look inside one of my band practices. I love all aspects of being a performing artist, but it does take a large amount of practice and patience. I was never a band member or had any real training at all. Lucky for me growing up in the suburbs of Cincinnati I had a melting pot of best friends that allowed me to be exposed to all kinds of music that influenced me so it's very important that the sound I put out reflects all shades of where I come from.
Sunday, March 18, 2012
Thursday, March 15, 2012
Here's a photo taken by one of my biggest and most loyal supporters. It made my day to see her version of the flattop-head logo, and in my mind it represents a higher level of transparency between the ones who are in tune with the movement and the ones who still just doesn't get it yet. I represent the future because I feel these things are soon to be the standard for how businesses connect with people and build relationships and reputations completely on their own and organically.
Not only is this a super dope and respectable female MC, but the entire video was done with the camera on a iPhone 4. Wow, this might not make that much sense to you right now, but I think if you've been reading my posts up to this point, you'll find that it falls right inline with a certain change and empowerment that technology is giving the up-and-coming artists of the future.