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Gil Scott Heron - Angel Dust (1978)  

One of the most important progenitors of rap music, Gil Scott-Heron’s aggressive, no-nonsense street poetry inspired a legion of intelligent rappers while his engaging songwriting skills placed him square in the R&B charts later in his career, backed by increasingly contemporary production courtesy of Malcolm Cecil and Nile Rodgers of Chicago. Born in Chicago but transplanted to Tennessee for his early years, Scott-Heron spent most of his high-school years in the Bronx, where he learned firsthand many of the experiences that later made up his songwriting material. He had begun writing before reaching his teenage years, however, and completed his first volume of poetry at the age of 13. Though he attended college in Pennsylvania, he dropped out after one year to concentrate on his writing career and earned plaudits for his novel, The Vulture. https://thirdworldpressfoundation.org/gilscottheron/ (opens in new link) Highlighting creatives and great thinkers. Take a look at Third World Press Foundation page above.

Weaponizing music 

What features of songs can cause personal and social harm? Phil Maffetone (read more: https://maffetonemusic.com/weaponized-music ) If something has the power to help us, it also has the potential for harm. From medicine, surgery, and hands-on therapies to dietary supplements and food, all have a spectrum of actions. Energy works much the same way. As Einstein said, everything in our world is energy, and it influences us in ways that range from subtle to violent. Music can be a powerful force too. In humans, as in all animals, certain song components, or traits, are vital for optimal performance, generally for health, survival, and on a basic biological level for sexual selection. These include song rate, repertoire variation, as well as song length and amplitude. Scientists sometimes refer to these traits as honest signals. (In songwriting, when a great song just feels great, these are some of the reasons that make it so.)

Killer Mike - RUN ft. Dave Chappelle & Young Thug (Official Music Video) 

“If you’re looking at this video, certain things are gonna stand out: Obviously, there’s a war going on for people who want justice and righteousness, and there’s a war that’s symbolized by what you would notice is old Confederate uniforms and Nazi-like uniforms,” adding that he included the Chappelle monologue clip because he was “inspired by the monologue that Dave Chappelle did at the beginning — to be representative that there’s a fight, the spiritual fight, that is going on every single day with us.”

Rick Ross Car Show at the Promise Land  

Rick Ross Car Show was filled with fun, music, celebrities, family, bosses, entrepreneurs, and supporters/fans. Take a look at some of the action and check our blog and website for music, some social media marketing tips, and mental health resources(grief help). So Unique Entertainment LLC was in the building at the Promise Land. https://souniqueent.com (subscribe there and enter)
Copy of Black White Video Centric YouTube Intro (Instagram Story) by Destiny Watson of So Unique Entertainment LLC (Florida; Worldwide consulting and brand/business help). Hiring a video editor.

Kendrick Lamar - The Heart Part 5 

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