‘There’s an end to the infinite walkway’ (Auckland, NZ)
Residing in New Zealand.
My current workspace for the next month.
Attempting to kill two assignments with one Red Bull-et.
This is a song about the dark desolate place you once belonged in.
2Na xx Chinese Man crossover.
A statement that is truer than true.
When I reflect, I sometimes think what life would be like if I knew the future.
But this song is a reminder that forseeing is a waste of an ability.
The other week I was planning to dispose of my old t-shirts in le rubbish bin but was half-hearted about it because of the memories they carried with me. So they sat in my room for a while until I could come up with something to do with them.
On the upside, @Angie_qc gave me the idea of turning my shirts into Canvas Art. This way I can immortalise my memories and display them as artwork.
Today, my little cousin begged for this t-shirt to be displayed. Negotiated that he can keep it on his next A-grade.
So far so good. What do you think ?
It’s been a while, but today I woke up and attempted to retrain myself on this because it’s something I’m not good at doing - composition. Or in modern terms, making beats.
Music has always been a topic I’ve avoided talking bout. I’ve always been fascinated by artists who are able to create amazing composition which is great, I just don’t like that ‘other’ group of musicians who got into it for the money, the fame or because it was a hype. Back then artists would take years to produce their next album because they let themselves grow with their music, not with their wealth or their fanbase. And it gets me wondering to myself, artists nowadays love music but do they really love music?
Soon, the name JOSEPH KONY will be as well known as Osama Bin Laden and Saddam Hussein are now. The difference is YOU can help stop this man.
Watch and share this and then choose to change the course of history.
Took part in a protest for Invisible Children. Turn knowledge up, and the people will listen.