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This is the home of some of underground music's most innovative artists and influences. Any album that features or is produced by a member of Crowned Eagle Entertainment is taken to a higher level. Any live performance featuring anyone from Crowned Eagle Entertainment is taken to a higher level. It is my goal to see 
talent the majors don't see and to display what the political asylum that is called main stream music withholds from a public that deserves to hear it. I, myself, have outlasted and out-performed many artists that were said to be much better than me as critics who are destined to be chained to the lake of fire for not taking a professional unbiased approach when critiquing the results of my hard work then quietly limp away in morbid deadly frustration. 
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Sunday, January 7, 2018

I'm gonna keep it general.

This past year turned out to be one failed experiment and I don't care who takes it personally. Oddly, I am still hopeful for healing. There are people I owe an apology to and still some seaweed that needs to be shed and I hope, in the coming year to get around to doing that.

Outside of a few spuratic gigs with D.J. El Nene and Baby Boy Entertainment, I honestly don't foresee doing a lot of public music performances in the months to come. If I should it would take some slow and strategic planning. For starters, Crowned Eagle Entertainment's flagship party event, ElevAtioN will continue the course it has the last couple of times as a joint effort with Baby Boy Entertainment with El Nene as the main DJ. Then, once my batteries are charged to full capacity, I may consider in the late spring or early summer to relaunch Red Planet Tuesdays but that is a big maybe. 

Lord in Holy Heaven knows I have the itch to rock a mic for my people, my many many fans who understand and respect my music and my ways but alas (I've always hated that word), your Master of Sound Quality has some serious adulting to do. No instructions how, please, if anyone at all is reading this. Before all that adulting, I must breathe. Too many concerned friends out there who insist their road to happiness and satisfaction is the one and only one I must travel. It might not be. The possibility of it not being is way too strong to jump in without first taking as many deep breaths as I need. 

I have a plan and that plan is already in motion. Solely because it is not necessarily for my every move to be public knowledge, I will, at this juncture, keep my coming plans private. Thank you all, my adoring fans for understanding. 

... and like my FB page.

Thank you. Good luck. 👌🏻  

3:36 pm est 

Lil Peep, 6ix9ine and Me.

I'm gonna try to call this down the middle about Lil Peep. Though influential, he was also impressionable and he was surrounded by irresponsible young "adults" who gassed him up and egged him on to do dumb ish that eventually killed him like umm... eat f'kin' XANAX! Lots and lots of it. And what a "kewl" video his suicide made. Right? I was being facetious. I could give a rat's ass about his music but his downward spiral into inevitable death is still sad. Sad because it was preventable. The industry doesn't seem to want superstars to emerge anymore. They don't need that cash cow anymore because you got the internet now which is a free for all. They don't have to worry about cultivating an artist anymore. All they need to do is whip up an upload website and make money off the vast farmland of indies via these sites in which advertisers pour their money in. So their attitude is like if they get an indie that generates enough clicks off of three songs to generate not even seven but six figures (because there's a hell of a lot more than just one) and drops dead, who cares? They made their money! What if someone gets only about thirty-nine clicks and then drops dead at the ripe old age of 23? Well, they see that as one less liability wasting their valuable internet space. 


What about 6ix9ine? Well, if that's lean I see him drinking in his YouTube vids and K2 he's smoking, he needs to cut that out and focus. He's poppin' now which means they made their internet money off if him. They don't need that cash calf anymore. I doubt he's affiliated with any secret societies but if there are any, they're already aware of him. Me? I'm still under the radar. Though it's a much smaller number of people than those who approve, that pretty hefty chunk of those who disapprove could be a blessing in disguise. Who knows? 


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2:51 pm est 

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