The Road to One Has Been Scripted

For those diehard fans or people paying attention, the road to one has been scripted. I hope the course we took with waiting room reading material, leads people back to respecting our journey. It started with the New York Times writing about the Huntsville Rap Scene in the January 10, 2010 issue. Online and in print, this story has been scripted for those people who read and are swayed by the words of a journalist. If my thinking is correct, if the One has any type of impact on new listeners, the ink and computer fonts from across the globe will lead curious ears to the likes of Huntsville International, Starshipz and Rocketz, and the one that started it all, Sumthin 2 Hate. The digital DNA for this has been laid out not on purpose, but somewhat in a natural growth process. If you feed something it will grow. Hopefully, grow to some type of understanding. Reading through my portfolio, looking back at old YouTube footage, and comparing record for record it hit me, the One has a dual purpose. It acts as the axis in our careers to where the old is just that, old. It is also leading the surge into new landscapes. The second role, it is more of a commercial of sorts. A commercial to highlight those records and stories that got us to this point, to shed light to the development of a business that is ready to embark into the big leagues, independently. You don’t have to take my word for it. The revolution won’t be televised, it’s on your computer, keyword G-Side

Case in point, I just found this ONE —–> READ HERE


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