Here’s the latest addition to my DOODLES page.
I haven’t been doodling lately, but this one I did in a public sketch book at the Kava Bar I frequent.
The “Love Sound” written in the roots was done by a close friend of mine.
“I only deal with the real/ so if its artificial let it be” –Black Thought
What manifested on that stage was a magnetic force that pulled in every single being from that audience. That energy is lacking in today’s hip-hop scene, perhaps not in the underground world though. But out in the open, where souls are vulnerable and easily feed off of any media content, what dominates this genre are inane, empty-brained, self-acclaimed kings who really are only jesters of this music business.
Big up to Jill Scott & The Roots for this remarkable performance.