False Feelings???

I recently had a conversation that made me rethink some things I thought I wanted and some of the people I felt I wanted around.

In this one life that we live, we are going to do and experience right and wrong. There will come a time in our lives when we all will do right and will do wrong. The thought of the week for me; I don’t want to be around any person that swears they have done no wrong ever. That’s not even realistic in life.

It’s so much talk about “vibes” “energy” and “protecting peace” but there are people out there that post all that and never see the error in their own ways and actions. Maybe your energy is being affected because of the way you talk to people. Maybe the vibe is different for you because people are tired of you looking at everybody else but yourself for all your internal and external issues and shortcomings. Maybe your peace isn’t protected because you’re moving different, keeping secrets, looking funny in the light and you’re not as 100 as you think you are. Even if you’re on point 85% of the time; The 15% still counts against you. No one is exempt from that basic math.

Not everything can be fixed with an apology. The action of changed behavior is always needed and respected more; But when you encounter a person that absolves themselves from any and all error and wrong doing; It may be best to leave them in their own ignorant bliss.

Taking My Own Advice

Today, I took my own advice. I got the fear out of my chest. I stopped my poor misguided actions that were wrapped in “people pleasing” and told my truth. It could change things forever, but it had to be done. Things may get worse before they get better, but me not being me doesn’t help anybody.

I can’t hold back. Someone else’s one life is just as important as your one life. You got to be accountable and responsible for your happiness. Sometimes that means making sure that others are happy around you.

Camp From The Port: Episode 005: Wormhole

Nothing like an unexpected event that will lead to an impromptu episode of #CampFromThePort. I got a chance to meet Cloak The Scribe through mutual social media hip-hop lovers and we’ve remained solid and respectful ever since. I was truly honored and appreciative to be tapped to lend a verse for his upcoming project. Shout to Pots and Pans Audio for making me sound pretty incredible!

We talk music industry and the grind of a true Independent artist doing it all dolo and spending the money to stay afloat. I also find out if Cloak is down to collaborate and sign someone from the 815. And if you listen closely, you’ll get to hear some exclusive audio of what Cloak has been cooking up this quarter.

I can’t give it all away now, but look out for my feature on Cloak’s upcoming project. The track is called “Wormhole”.

Make sure you are following @CloakTheScribe everywhere you can

Camp From The Port: Episode 004: Latchkey Stories Pt 2

We left off with Marcus finding out I was 23-24 in #ATL. We pick it up there as I share an untold personal story with a silver lining around that time. That leads us to talking independent #music moves and how I got almost everything I wanted as a #rapper without a deal.

We switch gears totalk Zeke, Jordan and Kobe and wonder if Greatness can pick talent. Then we switch gears again and talk #Capitalism and how it relates to the Jay/Roc Nation, Kaepernick and #NFL situation. It’s new content, different angle and alternative perspective, I promise.

It’s a lot to unpack on part 2 of the #CampFromThePort episode. #podcast #media

BOLTS Bonus: Obs3rve KaSean & Denzo Laflair Conversation

We got 3 very special guest on deck for this special #BOLTSBonus conversation. Obs3rve KaSean and Denzo Laflair stop through to talk artistry, authenticity, the number 3 and why your success should be your own.

We even get into a conversation about who’s the best songwriter, Sean Garret, Ne-Yo or The Dream.The only place to hear hip-hop content like this is through #BanginOnLunchTables enjoy!