Posted on March 2, 2011
Cecile just landed in Nairobi, Kenya a few minutes ago and this remix just played on the radio for the first time. My words cannot describe the life Cecile has brought to this remix. I think it needed that female touch and who better than Cecile to grace the track with her super vocals.
I can confidently say that the track will be a big tune for the rest of the year and I can’t wait to play it in my next show on March 11th, 2011 at Dylans on Pembina.
Without saying a lot. Please listen and leave me a comment.
You can download the track HERE.
Posted on January 30, 2011
I took this photos as an experiment using the Canon Rebel T2i with a tripod on a calm winter evening on Portage Avenue. I was really impressed by the outcome, I can happily say that I am loving this and hope to master the art.
It is simple when using shutter priority, we need to keep in mind the amount of light available as well as any possible motion from the subject. Slow shutter speeds may allow for a good exposure in low-light situations, but subjects may be blurred if they move.
Posted on November 29, 2010
Who influences you? Why do you get influene and what do you make of the influence? I thought this would be great to share with ya’ll as I sit here in class reducing my stupidity(directly translated from an influential language). My lecturer brought this video to my attention and I thought it would be the greatest thing this week.
Looking back at my life, not way back but all the same my life in general. I have had lots of influences from all over the place but the question that has always lingered is; Why? Why do I get influenced and what do I do with the influence?
On the flip side, who are these people that influence me and what is it about them that makes them influential? What is an influence? Watch this INFLUENCERS DOCUMENTARY and be your own judge.
Keep it Mzuka, or as my Swahili people would say,… “Mambo Mzuka”
This mix tape is done by Baptman, a French Musician, beatmaker, arranger and remixer. He is a SOUND artist who works primarily with vinyls using texture as the primary basis of his music.
Posted on November 27, 2010
There are artists who do not get the credit they deserve. In Kenya, Cannibal and Costary are among those artists who fit that description perfectly. The two are based in Mombasa and the latter was formerly based in Switzerland. Costary was part of the Madd Family (Whatever happened to them?) but after years under the radar has resurfaced with this banger that is all about shinning!
I will shine and make it big in whatever I do! That should be everyone’s mantra and this song is Cannibal’s and Costary’s. Try this, stand in-front of a mirror and repeat the chorus. It works wonders.
The video is a performance video and there is much to write about but at times simplicity drives the point home! Check out more videos from our partner’s page; Bounce Entertainment.
Posted on October 8, 2010
I have been black and blue in some spot, somewhere, almost all my life from too-intimate contacts with my own furniture.
– Frank Lloyd Wright
Posted on June 18, 2010
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