M.C.A. with the bottle, D. rocks the can Ad-Rock gets nice with Charlie Chan We’re offered Moet, we don’t mind Chivas Wherever we go with bring the Monkey with us *
Because I’m back with a bang, boogie, oogie-oogie Strawberry Letter 23 like Shuggie Oh my God, just look at me Grandpa been rappin’ since ’83 I’m supersonic like J.J. Fad Got crazy-ass shit pullin’ out the bag Don’t forget the tartar sauce, yo, cause it’s sad All these crab rappers, they’re rappin’ like crabs**
**Adam Horovitz / Adam Nathaniel Yauch / Michael Louis Diamond / Nasir Jones copyright 2009
My job has suffered a data breach which has affected the entire company but mostly the department I returned to, I was sort of hoping for a paid furlough but my time is needed in the department I left 4 months ago. Sigh. No real choice in the matter, the best hand at office politics wouldn’t be to decline to offer any help. Life chugs along and I produced this track to reflect how I currently feel.
I composed & recorded a new song, it’s a political ode to the late great Gil Scott Heron’s “The Revolution will not be televised”. The Text version of this poem is set to be scheduled for Wednesday December 16th.
The last track to showcase for awhile. In this case I blended three different composed beats of varying BPM to get a widely different feel through out. There is also an isolated vocal track this is in reverse. This song is dedicated to all those lecherous guys on the outer rims of the dance floor that leer at pretty women dancing.
A decade back when I was making music I devised another instrumental called Johnny Muff Grabber (Honestly the way our IIC thinks I should’ve renamed it Donny Muff Grabber) The Title oddly enough is a co-worker’s full name fed into the Anagram Server and this was one of the examples it spat out. Ben will forever be known as JMG.
So, as I progress with developing music I recently bought a mic to record not just my voice but sample sounds. In this particular case it’s just my voice. Best Left Unsaid is an auditory depiction of a fight on the dance floor. I devised two separate drum tracks and an intro voice track, then mixed all three together for this track. As I continue down this musical path my recordings will become far more elaborate with the occasional goofy track thrown in for good measure ie. Cat Food.