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I'm seriously considering Electronic Christmas to be my last and final album. It's the first album I am COMPLETELY confident in. Baddie bore witness, Sutter H. (the engineer) and I had great chemistry on mixing the album, the libation was potent, the Earth was Heavenly, ...the only problem came in around track 11, when Force starting burning my teeth (again).
There is a difference between speaking with authority and speaking with Force. I CAN speak with authority, but that usually results in and is spawn from anger. Speaking with Force takes a LOT out of an individual/me. It's like bussin' nuts from your right ball/left tit. A hard nut to crack.
And I was speaking with Force, for the whole album.
It was truly a magical experience. I'm glad we caught it on tape.
As of late, I've been listening to my C. Hamilton collection. Giving Charles Hamilton a break, because a lot of the songs were potent poetry to particular women and venomous rage aimed at particular niggas. C. Hamilton deals with them (the particulars) and everyone (all you niggas @ me).
I haven't had the chance to play "The King's Maker". My second piano album.
So I helped God, in turn hurting myself as Satan. And God had a field day whipping Satan. So for now, I’m a Goth. Until I heal as Satan (at least).
Electronic Christmas was recorded in the studio I recorded Kill the Reaper and Hypergoth!.
Definitely check those two projects out.
I’ll be around.
- It's an album full of track ones
-You can press play on any track and start from there
-Best when played on shuffle
-Mixed by a professional (Sutter H., 4th Street Recordings)
-The final chapter in my Mayfield series (Villain., Faithless Pull, Hypergoth!, Computer Voodoo, Electronic Christmas)
-Most of the projects sampling Curtis Mayfield were not released; very personal. The best of the best were dropped.
-Curtis Mayfield is not the only artist sampled on this album, but a large portion of it has him in it (DIFFICULT to clear a Mayfield sample)
-The album is in alphabetical order, giving the listener a chance to sequence the album their way (unlike PastLove, where the story is told in sequence)
Can't wait? You won't have to, soon. You just don't know when to expect it. So, expect it!
I'm gonna drop Electronic Christmas... when you least expect it.
The footage is coming soon. It looks like it's all video and no pix. Regardless, you will see behind the scenes IN ITS ENTIRETY, very soon. Shouts to Baddie.
I'm thinking of dropping Electronic Christmas on Halloween. The demand is rather deafening. If not Halloween, November 10th. I try not to drop music on my birthday. It's a tiresome process that only few would understand. But still, because so many are asking for and about it, I might just drop it on Hamilton's Day.
I guess I can drop the tracklisting in the near future, huh?
Be on the lookout for it.
Electronic Christmas is complete! And the few people that heard it said I should drop it before 4/20 of next year. Seeing as how it's not going to be on streaming services, I have to find a special way to do this. Well... I have plans for YouTube this year (the Seasonal Allergies playlist), and SoundCloud is like a wasteland. With Bandcamp, it's so simple to upload that it's nothing special. More of a reason to drop it 4/20 of next year. Shoot some videos, drop some singles...
Still, I don't want to do it how the industry does it.
I'm of the mind to just drop a Google Drive link.
What should I do? Post a comment, let me know...!
Electronic Christmas is DONE! Special thanks to Sutter the Engineer at 4th Street Studios for the carefully crafted mixes and patience. Special thanks to Baddie (Tanea) for facilitating the ride there and taking such good footage. And special thanks to YOU, the StarChasers, for funding the project. I'm VERY confident that this project will do the trick (make you a believer again).
In a case of sheer irony, I recorded the album on June 3rd, which is SEGA's birthday. All of my information about the ancient comes from SEGA, so I am forever grateful to them and wish them a happy birthday (wherever they are). Shit, they may be with me in this house. I wouldn't know. I'm so removed from reality, aliens can come down and I wouldn't even flinch.
That's a lie. Don't leave me behind!
So Record Plant wasn't responding to my emails about booking a session (in time enough for me to make a decision), so we will be working out of 4th Street Studios once again. Everything will be recorded, the album will be professionally mixed and mastered, and I'm coming correct on the mic.
So there's that.
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...