It’s been a while since I actually went into my site and typed something up. But this is a special occasion. My music video for Cross 1ne is finally out! This is the first music video I’ve directed since 2013 I think? Directed and edited it with animator/illustrator, Chibuyum, and it is the first of many to come from my project, Kids Food for Jane and Jeff. Thanks for all the support! See you again soon.
thought she was a ghost and I was toast ethereal seeking new host my imagination obviously doing the most
but to my delight she was real her spirit was bright
Let us open the doors what you waiting for daylight savings time? cashing in what you find
When present with the sublime do you seek to rewind time I wonder if you’re mine or am I out of my mind right kind wrong world line
life is funny ain’t it thats why bob ross loves to paint it
I get so panicked when I’m not in control when I see her glow When there are things I don’t know Is this my planet? Where should I go click my heels three times let my bean stalk grow My whimsy fairy tale too young to be old
yes I’m smiling right dark vanished in this light cheered up without a fight I suck at poker always a fragile queen heart in full view head always full of dreams
oh she pretty yea she quiet
how ya’ll gonna offer reviews when you didn’t try it or buy it we can’t all be perfect some of us made of queries
How about you check my data articulate and accurate a shooting star worth capturing
typed the p’s and q’s dotted my eyes too blinked back my sight breath in 1 to 2
the scaffold cliffs the space time rifts on a floating sphere I’m glad there’s whimsy here.
Right now this group has to be one of my favorite hip-hop duos right now. The song Microwaves is really clever. The song seems to be commentary on how advanced technology has caused a majority of users to move fast while not paying attention to the world. Due to our rapid movement it seems we have become less conscious of what we are doing, and we seem to be only focused on instant gratification. It’s almost like a rap song that Ray Bradbury would have written. The song on so many levels appeals to me because I have been one who has taken the technology for granted. Really the song just shows how we need to take a break from our this fast moving world and just slow down and think about our actions.
“My son, Jowin is 3 years old and born with a left cleft lip and people kept staring at him.
So I decided to give them a very good reason to stare, this will be the best looking, most trendy baby boy they have ever seen...
In my designs I want to give kids confidence, culture and couture, I use natural fabric, much used in Dutch and Asian traditional clothing.”
– Angelle Chang -