I once watched a video on YouTube by Alan Watts called “Music and Life.” The video essentially compares music to life and explains how in music you don’t make the end of the composition the point of the composition. It draws the accurate notion that when you listen to a music composition, it’s the entire body of work that makes it great… unlike life, which we are made to believe that as we live it we must struggle and work hard until we get to this end result; whether it is success, riches, retirement, or heaven after death. The point of the video was that we must treat life more like music! Don’t wait until the end to enjoy it… sing, dance, and celebrate as life is playing!

Silent Dj (@SilentDJ) Sleeper Of The Week: 550 (@550Madoff) Casino (@FBGCasino) & Young Thug (@YoungThug) – All This Money

All This Money


Once again its Monday and that means its that its time for Silent Dj Sleeper Of The Week. This week pick is All This Money by 550 featuring Casino & Young Thug produced by Malik On The Beat. Don’t forget hit up Silent Dj on Global14 for more $ilent Dj sleepers.

Usher (@Usher) The Breakfast Club Interview


Usher makes his way to The Breakfast Club with DJ Envy and Angela Yee. Usher touch on his album is still not done saying he’s worked on 40 songs and discussed his place in R&B. Even though he’s been in the industry for 20 years, he still doesn’t feel like a veteran why choosed August Alsina as his opening act, the R&B’s new generation, staying humble, spoke on his Drake collaboration and his ex-wife Tameka Raymond.

Defining the Visual Style of Southern Hip Hop: Noisey Design

Pen & Pixel churned out thousands of covers in the 90s and early 00s for dirty South artists such as Master P, Ghetto Boys & Lil Wayne, defining the visual style of southern hip hop with its over the top, diamond encrusted covers. They were the ones to invent the term “bling bling”. Noisey follows the founder & head designer, from their rise to success, trailblazing digital desktop publication before anyone, and it’s fall from dirty south fame.

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