Men of Means (Spoken Word)

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Delilah or Jezebel…
Female names carrying a negative connotation throughout the years. Are they truly the perpetrators or were they victims themselves as part of a greater scheme? This is a preview one of the newer tracks I’m working on, inspired by current events / Juxtaposed against early Roots Reggae. It’s a spoken word piece called “Men of Means”. Full song will debut during the next Facebook Live Selecta Set.

More coming your way touching all the genres related to Reggae (Roots / Dancehall / Electro / Etc.)

Is Your Intelligence Holding You Back?

When you’re really intelligent it can be much more difficult to accomplish things. This has nothing to do with your ability, its more a question of what I call SELF LIMITING RATIONALIZATIONS

These are the thoughts in your mind that make perfect sense, but ultimately go against what you want to accomplish!

They manifest in the way of self doubt, and those doubts become mantras… that you repeat to yourself. You’re so intelligent and these mantras make so much sense that well wishers can’t even TALK you out of them..

They’re “insulting your Intelligence” with all that motivational crap.

Sometimes you have to tone down your intelligence… Get control of it. Don’t let it control YOU.

make your mind pay more attention to what you WANT… instead of what you KNOW because throughout the universe things are at happening that you can NEVER know.

conversations are being had, circumstances are being created. All outside the narrow scope of what we KNOW

I don’t even think about it. I think about what I want! and to increase the likelihood of it happening I think how I’m going to help other people when I get it.

whenever I think like that I succeed.
The people around me succeed

Skinner Boxed Society (We’re All Lab Rats)

Dr. BF Skinner revolutionized animal and behavioral psychology. He took Ivan Pavlov’s groundbreaking work with dogs to a more detailed level, incorporating rats (hence the term lab rats), pigeons and other animals. Skinner kept his subjects in a controlled environment, and would observe their reaction to the various stimuli that he introduced. Continue reading →