I’ve been having some issues with WordPress’ video uploader so I had to split the video into two parts. I hope that it doesn’t really affect it too much. This is the first overseas trip that I’ve filmed and I had a blast, man. The landscapes, the authenticity of the life, the people in general…it was so great. Make no mistakes, I have lots of love for Montreal, but I would love to be able to live in this area of the world, at least for a little bit.
For now, watch the 0.5 for Episode 3 and you can expect the next piece on Sunday.
I’ve been a fan of paintings and certain art in general for as long as I can remember. I just could never understand WHAT art was, to be exact. Like, if all of the things that they show us can be described as art, then are all the other things not? Can I create anything that I want and have it be considered art if I stand behind it with all of my heart? I just thought that way as I was growing up and although I never thought I had any artistic ability, I always daydreamed about having the vision that some of the classically trained artists had. While I as in New York, my homie Zechen decided to go to the museum of modern art and the Guggenheim and I joined her. It was a bit exhausting to do all of that walking but I’m glad I did because I was blown away by what I saw. Here’s some of what I witnessed.
Hello all, been a while since I put up any videos and I thought that now would be a good time to do so. These videos are going to be different than the ones from Miami. I wanted to go in a different direction and I am happy that I did. As far as the teaser clip is concerned, I think it expresses exactly what I was hoping to portray with these videos. Nothing else to say. Watch and listen to “Ghetto Jedi Tha Poet”. Glad to be back.