Bloodline Codex: 18 Vocal Tribes of Hip Hop
He left shirts saturated, bodies dehydrated and foreheads laminated. Now no matter how I frame it, the spiritual experience caused many to make the decision to change their religion, now that’s entertainment.
“The Symphony” is a celebration of eighteen people who have positively affected me, individuals instrumental in the production of my life’s album. Each has provided me with a unique personal song. I pray this text and pictorial history is the reassurance my “Artifaction Eighteen” needs to know I cherish the time we’ve shared.
Hidden In Black & White
What if I told you, acknowledgement of the past doesn’t nullify your contribution or erase your identity? What if I told you, there is a reason we dismiss, discount and deflect when hearing about the documented past? Pain and Failure have bred us into a constant state of “highlight-delete,” and the system not only benefits off our ignorance, it is fueled by it.
What if I told you, it’s extremely hard being first, but it’s even harder learning you are not?
All That Glitters
Hearing “I love you” is the emotional dope that disarms us into tolerating what’s unacceptable. Understanding the value and power of womanhood, I no longer wear the blindfold. My battle now is to be free not famous, because All That Glitters… well, you know the rest!
Gate One: Activism
When Activism is on the microphone, it ignites us to push beyond the cliché Hip Hop scowl, champagne sippin’ and monkey flippin’. It has the ability to affect consciousness and advance culture through popular sound, forcing people to “get up” instead of finding comfort in the condition of just “gettin’ down.”
DJ Cool V Never Sleeps
DJ Cool V opens up about the good, bad and ugly behind the making of the landmark album Biz Never Sleeps. The book also includes bonus treats for true Hip Hop fans all over the world.
The TréVinci Code is a method of transmitting textual information as a series of words, phrases, paragraphs and vocal key duration. Multiple characters are represented by unique mathematical sequences in every song. The first thirteen can be understood by a sophisticated listener without special equipment or Trésetta Stone.
The intricacies of The Three Initiates’ voice tones reveal a partial message by the end of each recording. The connection instruction is also deliberately cloaked in music at a frequency not recognized by the common. This is for The Code’s own protection from marauders seeking to destroy it. The illumination from Tréachian logical axioms is slaughterous to darkness. This information has no significance independently until all fourteen pieces are chronologically assembled. The sophisticated listener must examine the lost Trésetta Stone only to decipher the final code.