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New music video “Joshua Tree” on YouTube now:

https://youtu.be/--HayGxoB0M

Check it out!

The world needs more public pull-up bars.

I just walked over three miles to get to the — as far as I can tell — nearest one to me.

On that note, if anyone happens to know of any public pull-up bars in or around Southfields in London, hit me up

I cannot jaywalk in this country.

Intersections have become obstacle courses traversable only by the guide of the crossing sign.

LONDON,

HERE I COME

Call your mother

LONDON,

HERE I COME

Tomorrow, I’ll leave my home of the last eight months.

I'm somber as I look upon the scenery, structures, and people I've grown to love, knowing it's for the last time.

But I'm also excited for the adventures to come.

Don't let fear of loss stop you from realizing a greater future.

Onset has been filmed.

It is 4:20 am.

I am tired.

Rate our dolly setup

ONSET UPDATES

  • Yesterday, I recruited Nekke, a hair & makeup specialist, to get me looking RIGHT for the shoot.

  • Earlier today, Niko and I acquired all the equipment the school has to offer and discussed some logistics.

  • Just checked in with Poppa Josh, and he’ll get us a rough mix of the track to shoot with by our morning.

  • Principle photography begins tomorrow.

AAHHHHHH I’M SO READY TO BE BACK ON SET LET’S GOOOOOOO

At 4:45 this morning, I set out on a 40-minute uphill hike to capture a timelapse of the sunrise

I’m grateful for my new DP, Niko, who is more so acting as a director.

His initiative and ideas are taking a massive weight off my shoulders, and this project will turn out all the better for having him.

Exciting ONSET Updates:

Finished writing the lyrics in the morning’s wee hours. Are they perfect? No. But nothing is, and they’re good enough for what they are.

Recording took the whole day. When I record without a hype crew in the studio, it’s hard for me to feel good enough about any take to move on. My throat is sore.

My director of photography backed out. I mentioned this to a friend, who gave me the contact of a videographer they knew. We scheduled a meeting, after which I have a new director of photography, who I am amped to work with.

Now check out my beautiful mic shelter:

Stay tuned for ONSET

I leave Bulgaria one week from tomorrow.

Before then, I must produce the song “Onset” and its accompanying music video.

The schedule, as of now:

  • FRIDAY (today) — Finish writing

  • SATURDAY — Record the song, and ship for mix & master | Location scouting

  • SUNDAY — Get shots at sunrise (solo endeavor) | Location scouting

  • MONDAY — Finalize shooting schedule | Acquire camera equipment

  • TUESDAY — Shoot the bulk of the video (ideally with the song engineered)

  • WEDNESDAY — Edit (or shoot, in case we’re rained out on Tuesday)

  • THURSDAY — Edit

  • FRIDAY — Edit

  • SATURDAY — Publish (and leave Bulgaria)

It’s go time

Friendly yet firm reminder to go do that thing you know you should be doing

To clarify, the guilt I feel isn’t for not doing the project, but for having never hinted so to my professor. She’s gonna be disappointed, but if I could go back in time four months, the project still ain’t getting done. If the project was due two weeks from now, I still wouldn’t do it. I gotta get a rap music video out before I leave Bulgaria in two weeks. Priorities.

Also relevant is that I’m dropping out after this semester. I don’t think she knows that.

I feel a twinge of guilt every time my Python professor smiles at me, thinking I’m a model student when in reality I’m gonna fail the class because I’ve been cooking other shit and never got around to the mandatory course project that’s due tomorrow.

Had to be done

I feel a twinge of guilt every time my Python professor smiles at me, thinking I’m a model student when in reality I’m gonna fail the class because I’ve been cooking other shit and never got around to the mandatory course project that’s due tomorrow.

Had to be done