Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Tha GlobeTrotter

Summer is here! The sun is finally shining in Holland. For the last few days its been hotter than trying to tan in a Volcano. Although it's been hot here for awhile, I haven't been around to enjoy it.

Over the last few months I've been traveling around Europe. I've been to Prague - Czech Republic, Budapest - Hungary, and last month Nesabar - Bulgaria. I spent a week in a place called Sunny Beach. That place was one non-stop party. It's like Ibiza on steroids. There are so many activities to do aside from partying that I needed an extra week just to get through all the tourist attractions.

My experience in Sunny Beach motivated me to write a new song. Once I got back to Holland I jumped in the studio and recorded it. The song is named "Tha GlobeTrotter." According to the dictionary a Globetrotter is, "someone who regularly travels to different parts of the world." That definition accurately describes my new song.

This Sunday I leave for Koh Pha-ngan, Thailand. I'll be there for two weeks. Next month south of France, and in September two weeks in Cartagena, Colombia. I'm always on the move. There's so many places I want to see and only have a limited amount of time to do it. 

Tha GlobeTrotter, is a song about my travels and experiences around the world. The version available now is only the ruffmix. The final version will be released on my upcoming album and will have scratches added. Check out the song below. If you like what you hear drop a comment.

Monday, February 12, 2018

New Muzik Monday

What's Poppin People,

Today is New Muzik Monday! My new single "All I Want" gets released next week. The song details some of the hardships I've experienced in my personal life. It also discusses things I want from a relationship. A girl slash friend of mine once said, there is no perfect romance. Everybody is going through life looking for someone just as f**ked-up as they are so they can be happy together. 

As odd as it sounds I have found her words to be quite true. I don't believe there's a perfect person for anyone. I do believe there is someone who is just as crazy, chaotic and creative as I am. Once I find her we can build upon that foundation.  

The song "All I Want" is the first single from my new album Underground Artist Major Threat. It features soul singer and producer Tone Jonez on the chorus. This song has more of an R&B and soul vibe than my usual rap tunes. Each verse details desires and experiences that anybody whose fallen in love can relate too. It comes just in time for St. Valentines Day.  

Once the song has been posted on digital platforms
(which is next week) I will post a buy link. For now, you can listen to it below.

Saturday, January 27, 2018

New Technology

While the world has been debating whether we live on a flat plain or a globe, technology has been developing at a rapid pace behind the scenes. Below are a few examples of New Technology that will change your worldview.

The first two technological advancements come from the far east. China has developed the first agricultural formula that changes desert sand into fertile land. So far they've been able to grow corn, tomatoes, sunflowers and other vegetables on over two hundred hectares of sand. This amazing feat was achievable by mixing sand, water and a paste made from natural substances found in the cell walls of plants. The substances (which are not named) are extracted from the plant wall and combined with other ingredients. Once the paste is combined with sand it has the ability to retain water, nutrients, and oxygen. All the necessary ingredients for growing crops.

The second big advancement to come out of China builds upon research that's already twenty years old. China has successfully cloned the first primates. They cloned two Macaque monkeys inside a lab. Although these Macaques are amazing and China is celebrating a groundbreaking achievement. They were not the first to clone a mammal. The first cloned animal was a sheep named Dolly. Dolly, the sheep was cloned in 1996 by a research team from Edinburgh, Scotland. The research team in China is building upon their achievements. The big difference between Dolly and the Macaques is that Macaque monkeys are primates the same as humans. This brings up big ethical questions on how close we are to cloning humans and what regulations are in place if some rogue research team actually tries it.

Next on our list is a relatively unknown device called EyeDetect. This machine has better accuracy than the polygraph and doesn't require tape and wires to be attached to the skin. EyeDetect is a high-resolution infrared camera designed which captures pupil dilation, blink rate, and focal fixation to register if you're lying or telling the truth. This non-intrusive test can tell with over 85% accuracy if a person is lying in thirty minutes. It can also give an estimation of whether they're being deceptive in five minutes. Consider this... the polygraph was invented almost one hundred years ago. This is the first successful invention since that time to actually give it a competition. Since the EyeDetect isn't 100% accurate it would be better utilized in conjunction with the standard polygraph to give an almost 100% accuracy rate.

Last is a device that looks eerily similar to the devices used in the 2005 action, science fiction film The Island to grow clones. There is an artificial womb that was used to grow a lamb. This device basically needs the fertilized egg and some nutrients fed through a tube to grow a full sized animal. A group of students came up with a concept incubator following that same premise. It's the incubator that looks exactly like the ones used in the film...except smaller. Is art copying science or is science being masked as art. Make your own decision. Below are videos of both the artificial womb and concept incubator. One thing I can say for sure is we're living in interesting technological times.