Youve heard it said that we live in a digital age, an age where technology leads the march and we follow, almost unconsciously, wondering to ourselves what the next big thing will be. Add a comment
I feel like our society is enamored with the concept of “randomness.” TV shows and Youtube clips are full of content that feature spontaneity, with no predictable patterns, and oftentimes, without purpose. It’s hilarious. Even fan favorites such as The Office offer no predictability in the plot, which is what gives the show its charm.Add a comment
Producers are no doubt a peculiar breed. At any hour they can be found (in their underwear) at a computer experimenting with different sounds, their wife/helpmate in the next room counting sheep or wondering what they got themselves into with this basket case. This is, in large part, how the producer communicates; he mixes together thuds and echoes and reverberations to form a composition. This is his language, his contribution to the mess that is the music pot.Add a comment
Christian rap’s mostly unknown trailblazers and historical landmarks were celebrated on June 21 in Houston, Texas.
Although members of the hip hop culture have been spreading the Gospel through their music and art for over two decades, many of its newer members remain ignorant of their own past. As a result, the All Eyes On Me Achievement Awards (formerly known as the Texas Holy Hip Hop Awards) decided to mark its national expansion by dissolving competitive recognition categories and devoting this year’s entire ceremony to honoring its veterans.Add a comment