Shoutout to Solange. She basically saved the end of (my) 2016. And shoutout to A.I. too. lol Grind - DJ Vision feat. A.I. (you bet I included every full song on this album) Cranes In The Sky - Solange Weary - Solange feat. Tweet Don't Touch My Hair - Solange feat. Sampha F.U.B.U. - Solange feat.…Read more My Top Songs of 2016
Developing yourself and your skills and your creative identity (all three very different things) is such an interesting, *difficult*, symbiotic process. People expect you to put out work, when you haven't even defined goals for yourself, or focused on one thing consistently, or stayed in one place to maintain any kind of traction. It's hard. But…Read more Don’t Fight The Process (a.k.a. It’s Gonna Suck Getting Where You Want To Go)
I thought it would be fun to keep track of the things I currently like (from within a period of a few months; that’s usually how long my tastes/preferences last) and maybe find some kindred spirits who connect in one way or the other. [Orr you will just discover how strange I may be, to…Read more stuff i fancy 2015 roundup pt. 2
Better late than never I say lol. 1. No Sleep Tonight - Kirk Franklin 2. Road Trip - Kirk Franklin 3. Burial - Seinabo Sey (original recorded version sounds the best though) 4. How Can It Be - Lauren Daigle 5. Miracles - Kirk Franklin 6. Once And For All - Lauren Daigle 7. Salt &…Read more My Top Songs of 2015
If anything is overdue, it’s definitely something like this. Been waiting to blog about my own experiences and education about mental health, both of which really took shape this year. Will do that as soon as I’m ready. Thank you for the post and initiating the discussion, Ms. Anarfi.
Ghana ha deɛ yɛnni time for saa nneɛma no o. Deɛn ne depression ne saa deɛ ɛkekakeka ho no?? Aborɔfo na wɔnnom wɔ saa adaagyeɛ for things like that o. Nti gyae gyimie no koraa na pɛ nsuo bi nom. Kɔm de wo a wose depression!
The first time I had a lengthy conversation with Becky, we talked about choral music. We were in Secondary School, form three. She’d raise the song in her powerful soprano, and I’d back her with my alto. That day, we had the whole class silent and listening, till one of the house mistresses came in and well, yes, we were ‘disturbing’, so she punished us. The punishment was to present ourselves to the school choir director and sign up, so we did. We had fun rehearsing, and anytime I hear the anthem ‘How Excellent’ or the hymn ‘Fight the Good Fight,’ I remember Becky…
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