It's been a crazy 3 weeks since The Unspoken Word was released. I've been hitting the streets flyering the favorite parties and concerts of the hip urbanite types (y'all know who ya is ;) catching up with the promoters and in between time me and the homie Woodstock have been working on two new videos for the album. The shoot for Black Mahogany Frost has had us up at 6am roaming the streets in search of "the money shot" and watching more sunrises than I can remember...while Boombastic surrounds me with vintage boomboxes (seen above) that's got me on my Radio Raheem vibe "Love" or "Hate"... the new videos are coming soon, so stay connected!!

Also captivating the sOuL space these days is looking out upon the social and political movements rising up, especially watching the Occupy Movement spread across the land and into the Bay Area, SF and especially here in Oakland has been inspiring to say the least. Not to preach but I recently read how the police were cracking down on the Occupy SF and Occupy Oakland encampments and it got me wondering: If a democracy (which means for the people) like the one this country is supposed to employ has freedom of speech and the people's voice (voting, protesting etc) as one of it's main cornerstones then shouldn't the police be standing on the side of the protestor? Especially when you consider that the same forces that are wreaking havoc on our economy have been decimating the retirement funds of all public workers, teachers, firefighters and yep even police depts.

Till next time...