Gonna be a busy summer. I need to see YOU at EVERY event this summer.
We are doing this to change the vibration, shift the tide and change the world. Promote what is positive. Focus on your greatness. WE ARE AWESOME!!
Take Our Time (Right Away) is the lead single off the most recently released project by Precise entitled “Ladies Love Mixtapes The EP” with production by Tye Hill, D.j. Thunder and Eddy Lamarre.
The video is set with Chicago as a beautiful backdrop and features actress Morissa Lewis and painter Nicole Malcolm.
Precise cant seem to make up his mind, but he does know that he wants to take his time right away.
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Precise Muzic is so excited to present to you “Ladies Love Mixtapes The EP” by Precise, produced by Tye Hill, D.J. Thunder and Eddy Lamarre.
“Ladies Love Mixtapes The EP” is inspired by LOVE!! This project is a story based on the cycles of romantic relationships, the ups and downs the highs and lows. Precise stays true to Hip Hop culture while providing something relatable that can not be categorized as misogynist or degrading. Real experience for real people.
This is Adult Hip Hop. Play This At Night!
As I write this I can feel my self breathing and I am grateful. Each breath is a reminder that I am capable of changing my circumstance in this moment.
During this time of year many of us find ourselves assessing it. We may think about what has gone right, what has gone wrong and what we can do better. Self reflection opens us up to the possibilities of what can be.
The power of transformation and the ability to be happy rests inside of all of us. We are connected to the universe in a way that will spark change. We have to believe.
The creator has not given us life in error. We have purpose. We must be bold enough to act on it. Many of us spend too much time focused on the “bad” things. Sometimes we allow negative thoughts to spark an emotion that can leave us stagnant. We have power over these thought. We have dominion.
I challenge you to love, to project abundance and change your circumstance and the world.
This is my intention going into the new year. I am eliminating fear and doubt and replacing those thoughts with love, good health, prosperity and abundance.
We have been blessed with these lives to live to the fullest. We should be happy. We should be carefree. We should love.
Live your life NOW!!
Stay Focused, Positive and Productive
What is your intention for 2014? Please share, leave a comment below.
Listen/Buy “It’s On Me” produced by Tye Hill and D.J. Thunder.
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I visited Indianapolis for a show and met up with Taj Longino of TWTTV (http://talkwithtaj.com/) We discussed everything from the violence in Chicago, its musical legacy, the importance of good health and the music industry. Please Leave comments and share. http://precise.bandcamp.com/
BREAKING: PART 1 ON MY CONVERSATION WITH CHI TOWNS OWN PRECISE CHECK IT OUT RIGHT NOW! TWTTV
I wasn’t really sure what to expect when it came to this movie. When it comes to movies that have the intention of telling the story of the African American Holocaust/Slavery I find that something always seems to be missing. The depictions are watered down. “The Butler” which is a great movie is an example of this. The African American Holocaust/Slavery and Civil Rights can not be summed up in stock videos and a few pictures of Harriet Tubman and Dr King. It is a complex, layered, and gruesome history that must be told in its totality.
“12 Years A Slave” does an exceptional job at pulling the curtain back on the history of America when it comes to its mired past.
**SPOILER ALERT (Not really)**
“12 Years A Slave” is based on a true story from the 1853 biography of Solomon Northup. Solomon Northup played by Chiwetel Ejiofor was a FREE BLACK MAN from Sarasota Springs New York, who was kidnapped while he was in Washington DC in 1841 and was sold into slavery. He spent 12 yrs as a slave.
There were a few scenes that stood out. One scene in particular involved Solomon who was renamed Platt after he became a slave. William Ford his master at the time was having difficulty moving lumber down the narrow Indian Creek in Louisiana. Platt explained to him that he could build log rafts and use those to ship his lumber down the creek. As he was giving his explanation one of the overseers Tibeats was looking extremely confused and jealous because of Platt’s extensive knowledge. William Ford looks at Tibeats and explains how he is impressed with Platt’s knowledge. Tibeats turns to Platt and asks him “Are you an engineer or a nigger?”
That specific question resonated with me specifically because of the hyper racial society we live in now.
Solomon/Platt maintained a dignity that seems to be lacking in our society today.
In 2013 we have people who are comfortable with being called and labeled niggers. We are bombarded with buffoonery. Many times the worst examples of who we are broadcast throughout the world as a representation of our culture.
It’s time to draw a line in the sand.
When I tell people Im a rapper I get a look from them….a confused look. They may say “You don’t look like a rapper.” or ” Where is all of your jewelry?”. I could go on and on with the assumptions and judgements people make with respect to me being a rapper, but that would take up my entire post.
I come from a school of thought that understands the ability that all of us have as human beings. I represent a culture that at its best is truly the voice of who we are. We educate, we learn, we have fun and influence the world.
I feel like Hip Hop has been enslaved for the past 20+ years and its time to free ourselves. We must never forget who we are. We can never forget our purpose.
Our purpose is to change the world.
I am a Rapper not a nigger.
Who are you?
Have you seen the movie? What did you think about it? Share your insight below. I really would like to know what you think. Leave a comment below and share.
Listen/Buy my song “It’s On Me” produced by Tye Hill and Dj Thunder below.
“Yo…whats up Rick Ross!!” said some random woman “Yeah Man I see you Rick Rossin it over there!” said some random guys on a street corner while I was walking down the street with a young lady. “6 Piece, Mild Sauce..aint got not bread…bitch I got coleslaw…bitch I got coleslaw!!”….HA! The last one is a knock off of Rick Ross’s song “9 Piece” I made up when I was doing the CGX showcase…lol
Umm…yeah …anyway. The only thing Rick Ross and I have in common is that we both rap; however up until a few weeks ago we probably did weigh the same.
To be honest I never realized I was so huge until my doctor used the words “Morbidly Obese” with me. I studied Latin at Hales Franciscan (S/O to Father Lawrence) so I know that morbid is derived from the Latin word meaning diseased or unhealthy. Obese means fat. So pretty much I was so huge that I was at risk of getting some type of disease that could potentially kill me. Thats is sobering.
I have too much to live for and things to do. I had to change my mind. Fortunately I have people in my life that care for me and have been helping me on this journey and I appreciate them a great deal. I’ve been working out 5 days a week, cutting calories and a list of other things that has led to me shedding 28.0 pounds as of 2 minutes ago. I just weighed myself.
My short term goal is to loose 30 pounds. I’m 2 pounds away!! My long term goal is to get to 250 pounds. Im 42 pounds away.
I can’t speak highly enough about my support system. Everyone from friends and family have been here for me during this journey. They have always been here. I just needed to choose to do it.
It’s so amazing to feel your body change for the better. My clothes fit different, I’m more energetic and over all I just feel good.
I know there are so many other people out there who are like me and what to drop some weight and get healthier. Many of us wait till the New Year to get started on our journey.
I was speaking with someone very close to me and she had the idea of getting fit before the New Year. Lets not wait to drop the weight. Lets go into 2014 NEW!!! IT’S GENIUS!!
I have started The October 1st Challenge “Get Fit For 2014”. The idea is to start your training now and actually get the ball moving in 2013 towards your fitness goals, so that it is second nature by the time the new year comes around. Who knows, maybe you can achieve your goal by midnight of December 31, 2013.
YOU have to WANT to do THIS. No one else can coax you or make fun of you enough to change your life. Thousands of others including myself are here for you to provide support. We need each other, so lets help each other.
So…ARE YOU WITH ME?!!!
I have started a Facebook Group called Precise Fitness. Click here and join the group. We get it going on October 1st and don’t worry about the Holidays, we have solutions for that.
I want to know what you think about this. How much weight do you want to loose? Will you join me on this challenge. Leave a comment below.
If you want to know more about what I’m doing to lose weight email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Listen to and Buy “It’s On Me” produced by Tye Hill and D.J. Thunder.
Happy Mothers Day From Precise
Nothing brings the season of spring in like Mothers Day. I’m not usually a fan of all these corporate driven holidays because of how they basically create this excitement around one day pretty much for the purpose of getting your money, but Mothers Day is different.
The past few years of my life have been a journey of change and inconsistency. Experiences and people come and go. Many times during this change it has been a challenge to develop a true foothold just to get centered and affect change the way that I would want to see it. People that I thought were in the supporting cast of my life were just passing through.
The only individual who has ALWAYS been there for me has been my mother and I feel extremely blessed because of it. When I think about my mother being sent to this country by her father from Haiti, meeting my father, learning a new language and earning a living to support a family it never ceases to amaze me. I love my mother dearly.
At a time in my life when I had no one to turn to she was my rock. I am so grateful and appreciative for her. I know without her this life would be different so every moment I am with her is cherished.
I have many friends and family members who have lost their mothers. I know they miss their moms. I am one who believes that our ancestors never leave us and continue to guide us through our lives. Our mothers are always with us.
HAPPY MOTHERS DAY TO ALL THE MOMS OF THE WORLD!!! We honor respect and LOVE YOU!!!!
Feel free to leave a comment and say Happy Mothers Day to Your Mom!!
Buy/Listen to The Hit Single “Take Our Time (Right Away)” produced by Tye Hill from the soon to be released Ep “Ladies Love Mixtapes”