I'm a singer, song writer, and producer who in the past have written many songs over the years for various artists throughout the globe. Currently I'm working on my second CD entitled "The Rasta Theory"
EditThe General Da Jamaican Boy is Jeromy Watson from St Elizabeth Jamaica. Watson is a local artist who has been steadily gaining more attention since 2008. He speaks about his life experiences and his Journey to ontario Canada in 1998 at ..
March Equinox 2013: Current mood: pensive
Current weather: cloudy, warm
Current listening: Hecate's Wheel
Time flies. The winter, it seems, passed too quickly. The northern hemisphere is now coming into the light. The exact moment of the equinox was about twelve hours ago, as I write this entry. Part (but only part) of the reason that I am at my best in the dark cycle is that the best times of my life occured during the winter. I still will assert, though, that the natural tendency to withdraw brings out the best in people, certainly the best in me, as it tends to bring out a tendency to contemplate ...
Didier Kussu Blasts Sony Music And Others On Michael Jackson: LONDON, July 2, 2009
Written by Didier Kussu
United Entertainment & Media Limited founder, Didier Kussu argues fans to stop buying Michael Jackson's music and related products.
Millions of fans, leaders, musicians and friends mourn the "King of Pop", but the worst thing you can do at this time is to purchase Michael's music or any
expensive memorabilia because you are making other people rich, rather than
contributing to something positive for Michael Jackson or his 3 children. Michael Jackson needed financial support while he was physically alive.
Unfortunately, with all of his ...
Tony Adamo @#1 On Allaboutjazz Jazz Charts: Singer/Hipspokenword Artist Tony Adamo goes to the number one spot atop allaboutjazz Jazz Chart. Adamo's song 9 MILES OF BLU produced by legendary drummer Mike Clark. Is riding high on allaboutjazz.com's top MP3 downloads for the last ten days. Adamo reaches into the pre-rap turf of Gil Scott-Heron here with this seductive too-short flash memoir about how he discovered jazz and its legendary envelope-pushers—Dizzy Gillespie, Charles Mingus, Thelonius Monk, John Coltrane, Miles Davis. There’s energy and honor and wonder in Adamo’s words, especially in the fluid alliterative syncopated way the w...