bevinelias-deactivated20121030 asked: Hey I am a big fan of your inner and outer style, let's do something soon one day
vrts asked: Great blog and great work on Sartorial Sounds bro!
quintiessentialesquire-deactiva asked: Very, very nice blog.
We need to encourage women to find out what they love to do, not just to find a...– Candace Bushnell (via canoprahhearme)
dancingpoet11-deactivated201109 asked: Are you really 20 years of age? I find that hard to believe. You truly do have an old soul. Which I can relate to seeing as I've been told the same thing by my peers...But, your poetry is amazing sir... I do need to see a performance in person. It brings me joy to know there is another Brooklynite in BK that has their head on their shoulder. Allow me to introduce myself, my name is Kyle...
thepoetryoflife: All My Homies Do It Big: Guerre We should always give to the world with everything we have, then we are truly living with swag.
Lasers simply sounds bad, playing against every single one of Lupe Fiasco’s...– Ian Cohen’s Review Of “Lasers” For Pitchfork. (via modrockers) Lupe Fiasco is on my list of top 5 favorite rappers but this review rings true regarding “his” latest album.
kola-13 asked: I liked what you wrote for the aspiring poet. I've been writing for more than half my life and it's only within the last 2-3 years that I've performed in open mics on island. The feedback is always amazing, and it is when you're out there that you realize how good you are as a poet and it pushes you to be better. Anyway, if you have time check out my work on...
theloveapp: Prototype 3010, a short film (andre3000 cover) In a time where life is often guided by misconception and tainted love its hard to truly find someone who is there for you for all the right reasons. No matter how you deliver your heart to a person, you still have to wait for them to open it up. I came up with this concept to inspire honesty. I’ve learned through life, communication is...
onlytheelonely-deactivated20110 asked: I am an aspiring poet. Spoken word & written. Is it hard to find spoken word gigs? Or even make a living off of your poetry? Do you have a job on the side to balance & just do poetry in your freetime? Any advice or input would be helpful. Thankyou.
squid-and-whale asked: Man, I really gotta give it up to you. I just saw the Sartorial Sounds video a couple of minutes ago, and I really feel it's going to be life changing. Life changing in the way where when I wake up from now on I'm going to have a completely different perspective of myself, and what it means to be a creative individual. Major inspiration. :)