I want your respect, not your body. I’m shooting for the moon, if I miss, I will fall into your arms. Illustrated https://www.facebook.com/illustrated911/ Saskatoon, CANADA Note: featured image by Samson Bush
Month: November 2016
At the time I wrote this song, United Way was campaigning “artists against poverty” which was something I experienced first hand growing up. In the first verse I talk about how my parents worked day and night to provide for my brother and me, and sometimes there would be no food in the fridge because the bills had to be paid. I really wanted to sound young on the song, which is why I sing in an innocent voice. However, even though a lot of the melodies are very catchy, I still wanted to make sure the rhyme schemes were there, as I do come from a more competitive Rap background. The rhymes flow as seamless as the delivery. The beat was made in about an hour with my producer Ari Rhodes. Altogether the song must’ve taken about 5 hours to complete, which is actually a pretty short time.
We were taught that there are three types of rocks. The first, is an aftermath of volcanic eruptions hardened like new born anger, raw and invincible The second, is layers of time pressurized into staying where the softness of sand lives no more The third, […]
Walking into the Tollmann studio you feel like you are walking into the laboratory of a mad scientist. Paintings cover every wall. Sculptures and eccentric looking lights are scattered around the room. David stands in a corner talking with one of his collaborators. We are introduced […]