I was checking out shit online when I came across THIS. Its a quicktime VR of a very classy airbus, what a way to travel. For those who dont know what a VR is, its a 360 degree virtual reality tour, go check it out, its pretty dope.
This Friday night, im throwing it back old school with a hip hop night at 751 Queen West in Toronto. We’ll be throwing bow’s, droppin it like its hot, and getting exceptionally hyphy…
In the summer, we had a visit from my boys Satva Leung, and Carlos along with the Ricta team. They were here to film a DVD called Streets Toronto, as part of their series. It was one of the craziest times i’ve had in a while, those cats live very fast lives. It seemed once they got home, they settled down and got to work, and produced an amazing DVD that will be premiering on April 7th at 10pm at JUNCTION. 2341 Dundas West, Toronto. click here for the trailer. I’ll be there…
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usually I hate textiles, however I may start working on ones that are very hard to look at. Makes your eyes flip back and forth from negative to positive space. This is the first of many I think… so far its my desktop, and it kinda makes me feel sick. In large gallery scale, I think it would be awesome to stare at.
What a night. Started at 7pm with beers at the crib, then by midnight, I had already drank Champagne, Beer, A Jager Bomb, an Irish Car Bomb and a shot of tequila. I was done at 1am, in bed… Thanks to all my friends that came out to party with me on my bday, Y’all are sexy.
On March 17th 1978 Richard Wayne Rochemont watched as Sandra Lynn Rochemont gave birth to Clayton Alexander Rochemont. She had many previous attempts to give birth with no luck, nearly had no luck this time, and one attempt thereafter, also with no luck. Id say im pretty damn lucky to be sitting here today, but that would be an understatement. Life has been far more than a rollercoaster, Ive pretty much parted the red sea and lived to tell the story. I thank all those who helped, saved, took me in, kicked me out, listened to me rant, watched me cry, and made me smile.
Every experience in life whether good or bad forces you to make a decision, that decision points you in a direction. That direction is your choice to follow and the outcome is who you are right now. Ive made bad decisions, but wouldnt change them for anything, as I may not be in this position as we speak. Today I celebrate the experience of living to be a 29 year old Male, trust me it wasnt easy.