Monthly Archives: October 2014
You’re probably wondering how convenience can be dangerous if it’s convenient. When we think of convenience, we think of things that make life easier for us. If your new house is close to the highway, your child’s daycare is close to your job, the pizza place you like delivers to your area, grocery stores offer self check-out, the rental car place is at the airport, etc. all of these things are examples of the good kind of convenience. The danger lies in being dependent upon convenience.
Have you ever been in a convenient relationship? (Some of you might be as we speak). This is the relationship that you both know needs to end but you become dependent upon the convenience of the relationship where it has now almost become a habit and the thought of having to make changes, move out, get a new place to live, find somebody else, or pay for bills all by yourself becomes so overwhelming and stressful that you stay exactly where you’re at, which most of the times is a miserable place. How about have you ever not done something either for yourself or for someone else simply because it wasn’t the convenient thing to do?
This happened to me recently actually. I was in a tough spot and I needed some help and I’m sure some of you can relate because the last thing I want to do is ask anybody for anything. The truth of the matter is though that we all need help sometimes. So I had a situation recently and I was telling one of my family members the news and before I could even express what I needed help with, the person quickly let me know that they couldn’t help. I spoke to another family member and got the same response. Reasonably I knew that what I needed help with was going to be inconvenient so I was determined to get it done on my own however, God had other plans. See sometimes there is a lesson for ourselves within even having to ask for something after being shut down or rejected because it keeps us humble. The situation I was trying to do on my own? Just was not even remotely possible for me to do on my own. I was talking to a friend about what was going on, not even thinking to ask them and they offered me a solution to my situation. Soon after, the first family member asked if I had found a solution and when I explained the solution I found their response was “Well why are you doing that? Why are you inconveniencing yourself? Isn’t doing it another way more convenient?” What I responded surprised even me! I said, “just because something is more convenient, doesn’t make it the right thing to do.”
How many times do we pass by a blessing simply because we are unwilling to be inconvenienced or uncomfortable to get there? Have you ever stopped to think that the parts of a struggle, trial, or blessing that help you grow actually come from the parts of it that are uncomfortable? Convenience can lead to comfort and comfort can lead to complacency. Your comfort zone could very well be the exact thing that’s blocking your path of being a blessing to someone else or even your own break through. Don’t be afraid to be humble, “for the humble shall be exalted” (Matthew 23:12) and don’t be afraid of the inconvenient thing, especially when it’s the right thing.
‘The Coalition Volume 1’ Presented By Dr. G @DrGProductionz @ParkStreetPR @Trulove36 @Razah_Rubiez @Queentheprophet
New album from Manchester Producer features a whole heap of BIG RAP names including Agallah, Snyp Life (D Block), Edi Mean & Hussien Fatal (Outlawz), Saigon, KRS1, Fes Taylor, Inspectah Deck (Wu Tang Clan),Ty Nitty (Infamous Mobb), Big Noyd, Canibus, Hell Razah (Sunz Of Man), Tragedy Khadafi, Hostyle (Screwball), Bizzy Bone (Bone Thugs & Harmony) and many more.
Or buy a hard copy from http://thecoalitionalbum.com/
‘The Coalition Volume 1′ Presented By Dr. G (Track-list):
01 – DJ Rolex – Going To War Intro
02 – Tom Jeefs – The Backlash Feat. Canibus
03 – Blazin – The Realness Feat. Chox Mak
04 – Hell Razah (Sunz Of Man) – Area 51 Feat. Lord Fury & DJ Rytmic
05 – Tha Artilerist & Tragedy Khadafi – My Aim
06 – Hostyle (Screwball) & Rap P – Anything Can Happen
07 – M Dot Baggz – Traumitizied
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I am very proud to present the 1st official “Daughters of Zion” project! This all female Mix Tape will feature music from myself and my sister the very talented Ashley Super (144,000 Chosen Few/ GGO PA).
Music submission for this project is officially open and will end January 31, 2015. The project will drop in full, Spring 2015.
Submission guidelines are as follows:
- Only female artists will be considered for this project
- Music that is heavy laden with profanities, violent content, or sexually provocative will not be considered
- All music must be professionally recorded & mixed
- Submissions must be sent in MP3 format to firstname.lastname@example.org (Submissions MUST include; Artist Name, Track Name, Producer, social media handles, and any other important identifying information if applicable (i.e. label, affiliations)
- Slot Fee: $20 per song that is approved (The slot fee goes directly towards the production of the project including DJ, Graphics, & Promotion) If your track is selected for this project, you will receive an email and a Pay Pal invoice for $20.00 the invoice must be paid within 7-days. If slot fees are not received, there is no guarantee that your slot will still be available.
- It is preferred that all music is original music. If the music submitted is not an original instrumental, you run the risk that the track will be rejected by the mix tape sites at the time of upload (i.e. Dat Piff tends to reject music submitted on industry instrumentals) . If this occurs, slot fees will not be returned.
- PLEASE READ SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY! If your submission is missing any of the correct submission information, your track will not be considered.
Meet Prince EA. I came across his You Tube video “Can we Auto-Correct Humanity?” this morning and was so impressed I had to blog it Fam.
There is a distinct difference between rap and hip-hop. The category hip-hop indicates that there is knowledge within the content of the music. Personally, the message in the music is right on time. Hopefully, more people will listen and start to control their technology instead of their technology controlling them.
Why I Refuse to Let Technology Control Me.
Download This Spoken Word Now: https://princeea.bandcamp.com/track/c…
Music composed by DJsNeverEndingStory
In celebration of his 38th Birthday, Wu-Tang Clan / Sunz of Man affiliate drops “INFERNO” hosted by DJ FIYAA. Upcoming projects? Be on the look out for Hell Razah Music, Inc./ Ghetto Govt’s next MXTP “USA (Under Seraphim Authority) Volume 3 which will drop Election Day (11/5) alongside the Anonymous Million Mask March and the long awaited digital release of Dr. G’s “The Coalition” album (pre order via thecoalitionalbum.com) which features a healthy batch of new Hell Razah music. Raz will be releasing the “El Raziel” album in December 2014.
“Inferno” can be downloaded FREE via Soundcloud, Dat Piff, and Audio Mack.
If you haven’t already, check out iapparelstore.com and see the new fall Hell Razah Music, Inc. apparel! Make sure you tag us on Instagram @officialghettogovt wearing your gear & we’ll re-post!