Year: 2020

African Black: The Unreleased Anthems & Ballads

There are fifteen tracks. The new Krio records, “Tonight feat. Reebz, & Specikinging,” “IV U feat. Tru Raw & King Boss L.A,” and”Superstar feat. Nes Mburu & Afrikan Diamond.” There are Calypso and Soca crossovers, “Oh La La & Maria feat. Delee,” as well as Zimba, Calypso, and Rap versions of my song “City Boy feat. Winnie Culture.” Look for the Rock and Roll Crossover, “Demodogs feat. T. I. M. & Rene Guillot.” This is Swift Nightz’s first release from Berlin, Germany. I published its accompanying book, “Crime Rhymes” out of St. George’s, Grenada, West Indies in 2019. I have slated this record as a November 2020 release. … Continue readingAfrican Black: The Unreleased Anthems & Ballads

Adventitious Breonna Taylor Thoughts Sires a Miriam Makeba Repercuss

At a Saturday brunch with three of my best friends in Berlin, a German, a Brit, and a South African of Scottish descent, we talked about my Sandmann’s book series. I told them how it started as a blog I published to express my outlook on various contemporary topics. I wanted to ponder upon the social, and psychological changes in today’s world response concerning religion, politics, gender, race, and sexuality. And how social media and pop culture accelerated them. The cellphone has put the worldwide web in our pocket. The information on the internet has rewired our social, political, and religious mentality. … Continue readingAdventitious Breonna Taylor Thoughts Sires a Miriam Makeba Repercuss

My Reaction To Beyonce’s “Long Live the King, You a King” – ALREADY

One thing about being an impartial writer is just that. You are impartial. We are moving into the Fall of 2020. Two of the best mainstream female artists, Beyonce and Cardi B, have injected some love into the global manosphere. Beyonce’s “Already” video is super dope! Every man, especially black men, have to appreciate this rare dose of pure and unadulterated feminine love. We must give these incredibly talented artists, their flowers. … Continue readingMy Reaction To Beyonce’s “Long Live the King, You a King” – ALREADY

My Reaction to Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s Wireless Application Protocol – WAP

I like this song! It’s much better than the dick-shaming ballads that many female artists have roared out of their lungs. Let’s breakdown this cultural instigator. Can we agree that this song has many dimensions? The first is feminism, womanism, or both. Woman power if you can. In that dimension, we can be happy that some of our women seem to have heard us. We have spent the past decade blogging, vlogging, writing, protesting, or even complaining. Oh, the harmful effects of feminism on heterosexual relationships. … Continue readingMy Reaction to Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s Wireless Application Protocol – WAP

Exclusive Newspaper Interview Rejoicing My Tenth Book Publication

I just had an extensive interview today or yesterday. It was another of those mainstream articles. I’m not going to mention the name of the paper now, but it was good. The reporter wanted to know a lot of information as if she thought my music was gangsta rap. Why haven’t I released a new album since 2014? How do I make money with COVID – 19 out there? … Continue readingExclusive Newspaper Interview Rejoicing My Tenth Book Publication

2020 Prevarications of the Global COVID-19 Plandemic II

Could Donald Trump be right to reopen the country? The following table contains a list of the ten countries most affected by the coronavirus. It shows the number of confirmed cases, reported deaths, and recovery from January to now. It seems that the number of people who have recovered is far higher than the number of those who have died. … Continue reading2020 Prevarications of the Global COVID-19 Plandemic II

Weighing the Congressional Black Caucus’ “Police Act” in scale

Let me start this one off by expressing my sincerest appreciation. To the Congressional Black Caucus for laying out the “Justice in Policing Act 2020” bill. A complainer could declare that President Obama should have drafted one as an Executive Order following the murder of Mike Brown in 2014. Who knows? Maybe Hilary Clinton would be the president right now. … Continue readingWeighing the Congressional Black Caucus’ “Police Act” in scale

The History of Violence & Ethnological Discrimination in Europe

I said this in one of my recent blogs talking about transforming victimhood to heroism. Ever since I moved to Europe, I’ve spent a lot of time visiting museums, historical landmarks, and taking in their history. When you step back and look at it, Caucasian history is overflowing with thousands of years of ethological based ferocity and violence. … Continue readingThe History of Violence & Ethnological Discrimination in Europe

African Leaders Must Stand Up for The Africans Who Live Abroad

African leaders and diplomats can no longer remain silent on issues concerning racism and cultural disrespect towards Africans in the global diaspora. Last year, Al Jazeera journalists went public as tourists, smuggled into the Caribbean islands, and ambushed some of the top government officials to entrap them over the citizenship/investment scheme. Can a Caribbean journalist pose as a tourist in Kuwait, for example, and then use that disguise to accuse Kuwaiti officials of fraud? … Continue readingAfrican Leaders Must Stand Up for The Africans Who Live Abroad

Liberal Media Insensitivity Toward Stacy Dash

Isn’t it suspicious how the Liberal side of the mainstream media humiliates Stacy Dash for the end of her fourth marriage? If she was a democrat, they would have painted her as a brave victim. Am I mistaken? Did the lousy press about Stacy Dash’s occur because she expressed Conservative opinions? That’s my observation. Some say the Democrats would only portray someone in a favorable image if that person bolsters their agenda. … Continue readingLiberal Media Insensitivity Toward Stacy Dash

When You Begin to Lack the 2020 Republican’s Type of Solutions

As I’d stated in my blog about Joe Biden’s economic policies, for guys like myself, who are in our early 40s, our demands go beyond the procurement of affordable healthcare, tuition-free community colleges, or a decent minimum wage. Honestly speaking, can you imagine if Bill Clinton had delivered those in the 90s? What do you do when you’re in 2020, and the unflattering candidate’s economic policy keeps your dream alive? … Continue readingWhen You Begin to Lack the 2020 Republican’s Type of Solutions