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Charles Hamilton is an American rapper, singer, and record producer. He is known for his unique rapping style, which is characterized by its speed, fluidity, and complex rhyme schemes. Hamilton is also known for his ability to create catchy melodies and his willingness to experiment with different genres of music.
Hamilton's music has been influenced by a variety of genres, including hip hop, R&B, pop, and soul. He has also cited artists such as Eminem, Jay-Z, The Beatles, and Prince as influences. Hamilton's music is often introspective and personal, and he often raps about his own experiences and struggles. He is also known for his sense of humor and his ability to make light of serious topics.
Hamilton has released a number of mixtapes and singles, but he has yet to release a full-length album. He has also been featured on songs by other artists, such as Wale, Kid Cudi, and Curren$y. Hamilton is a talented rapper with a unique style, and he has the potential to be a major star.
Here are some of Charles Hamilton's most popular songs:
I'm So Gone
Conversations with God
Down the Line
New York Raining (ft. Rita Ora)
The Pink Lavalamp
The Hamilton Experiment
The Hamilton Hypothesis
The Hamilton Equation
Hamilton's music is available on a variety of streaming services, including Spotify, Apple Music, and Tidal.
If you're a StarChaser, you can find the flaws. But some of these titles are interesting enough to work with. Stay tuned! This is fun!
Goth is a subculture, not a religion or a lifestyle. It's a group of people who share a common interest in dark music, fashion, and aesthetics. There are no rules or regulations about what it means to be a Goth, and everyone is free to express themselves in their own way.
Goths are not all the same. There is a wide range of diversity within the Goth subculture, in terms of age, race, gender, sexual orientation, and interests. Some Goths are into horror movies, while others prefer science fiction or fantasy. Some Goths are politically active, while others prefer to keep their politics out of their subculture.
Goth is a positive and supportive community. Goths are known for being accepting and welcoming of people from all walks of life. They are a community that values individuality and self-expression. If you're looking for a group of people who will accept you for who you are, then the Goth subculture may be a good fit for you.
If you're interested in learning more about Goth, there are a number of resources available online and in print. You can also find Goth events and meetups in your local area. The best way to learn about Goth is to simply get involved and meet other Goths.
Here are some additional things to keep in mind:
The Goth subculture is not without its problems. Like any subculture, there can be a certain amount of elitism and gatekeeping within the Goth community. It's important to remember that not all Goths are the same, and that there is room for everyone in the subculture.
Goth is not a phase. Many people think that Goth is just a phase that people go through in their teenage years. However, for many people, Goth is a lifelong passion. If you find that you identify with the Goth subculture, don't let anyone tell you that it's just a phase.
Be yourself. The most important thing to remember is to be yourself. The Goth subculture is all about individuality and self-expression. Don't try to be someone you're not just to fit in.
Thus begging the question, "What is Hamiltonism?".
I used Google's new AI writing tool, Bard. I think it wrote this pretty well!
The Pink Lavalamp is no longer for sale online. Many reasons. Magic is involved. Toya is not. I'm working on it. Until then, search for it on YouTube. You can find it @SegaHamiltonZone (a channel I do not own or upload onto).
Or, check it out here.
Doesn't make sense anymore.
I've been blogging less to live life more. My philosophies are already well-documented online, but for the SparkNotes version, my overall philosophy is The Supersonic Philosophy. Which is, there is a context for everything.
As it all comes crumbling down, I've got a front row seat to the excuses and denial. Will I report what I see? With class and taste, yes. But my time is spent listening to The Sunshine and reading Tarot. Yes I still make beats, yes I still record.
Everything has to have meaning.
The time is drawing near! I'm almost out of this program. I learned my lesson, boy. Never put your hands on a female, ESPECIALLY in California. I don't want to be like my dad, in that sense. We still speak (apparently), but things are vastly different than they were before. She used to look up to me. Now she's afraid of me. Anyone who knows me must know that such is a blow to my heart. I thought she was playing me as a spy for certain rappers. No. She was in love. And I didn't know it. I loved her too, and she didn't know it.
SEGA and I are working out our differences. We need each other, as much as we can't stand to be around each other. Aliens are complicated like that. They need humans to exist to prove dominance (and the fact that they exist), yet they keep their distance out of fear (or being high and mighty). The fear of them being high and mighty is why I'm taking the position to wait until they can speak on leveled terms before I rally for them again.
And the rain California has been receiving can guarantee a scolding hot summer out here. I'm ready for it.
Shouts to my GANG!
Tears do come from your eyes. Tears occur mostly in paper. But the universe is paper thin. So tears lead to tears. I hope you follow.
I start this entry like this because it's not easy to NOT acknowledge someone you have an affinity for due to fear of being blacklisted. With that said, I was a quiet Trump supporter. Not Republican, not fame chasing, but I believed that a New Yorker being president would boost our country.
Trump didn't do a bad job. The job rate went up (unemployment went down), and the violence in the country was due to protest. Yes, racism came into play. But not by Trump. He only said what an old school New Yorker would say when pissed off and having to play the public because he's a public figure. Politico.com wrote a piece on all the things he did right, and they are a very trusted source on all things politics.
So Trump isn't a presidential villain.
He uses his NY State of Mind to propel him further.
I'm a Trump fan. He's radical, intelligent, street smart, and in-your-face. Long story short, don't arrest Trump. That will lead to an uprising The US has never seen before. In areas long ignored.
It wasn't long ago that every rapper wanted to be Donald Trump. Trump tapped into an algorithm that led him to be the most hated man in the world. Alas, that's what happens when you enter the political arena.
Clearly, I know more about Donald Trump and how he gets down than your average. Without sharing too much, I know that arresting and convicting Trump would not be a good move. In White America and in The Hood.
Be smart, Attorney General (or whoever is bringing it to Trump). You think you are resolving a matter, when in reality, you're making things worse for the country.
Since when did Stormy Daniels become a matter of national security? Trump probably hit her off with a few dollars so she could not embarrass him. That's logical, really. Still, I know there are people who will blast me for saying paying off a porn star is good politics.
Remember. I had Lacey Duvalle in my first mainstream video.
She was properly compensated.
Trump brought so much good to politics that America doubted the blessings, thus making it more difficult to receive. Rudy Giuliani was his running mate. The US doubted, so it became Mike Pence. Pence couldn't stay loyal, so now he's attacking Trump. All Trump was trying to do was bring the New York flavor to The White House.
I'm not wrong. Yet there will be people who will hate me for this post. Just know that Trump was trying to open your mind like West 4th Street, with the aggression of Harlem, swagger of Queens, steadiness of Brooklyn and crowd control of The Bronx.
Trump kept it real.
After prayerful meditation, I decided that I'll only get back into the rap game if I can sign to Shady Records. And I would be recording...
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