Hog Blog- Jan. 8, 2016

I have a goal to put together some projects with 1980’s themed music and then follow it up with a 1990’s theme. That’d be fun to do videos and sample different songs in the music.

Some 80’s samples, Eurythmics “Here Comes The Rain Again”, Madonna “Crazy For You”,

Pet Shop Boys “What Have I Done to Deserve This?’ and Human League “Don’t You Want Me”. I just feel like the older I get the more I appreciate them 80’s tunes.

As far as 90’s go, that decade kind of made me who I am as far as being an artist. I loved the 90’s with all my heart. The fashion, the style, the slang. Even just the way of life. I find myself still yearning to live the 90’s lifestyle.

I hope to make these project ideas a reality some day.

 

Always,

Ryan H. Craig

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Hog Blog- Jan. 7, 2016

I wonder how that happens when someone wins a lottery drawing? Especially this Power Ball that’s worth like 600 some fuzzing million! What must that be like to be an average Joe making around 25, 30 K a year to having an unthinkable amount of dough?

That’d be so weird and scary. It seems like people would want to rob you. That’d reek. Your life would never be the same. Seems like way too much money could be just as stressful as no money. I don’t know. Just crazy to think about.

 

Goodnight.

Always,

Ryan H. Craig

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Hog Blog- Jan. 6, 2016

Pimp C said “if your peoples locked up you need to send ’em some shit, cause it’s never too late to stop being a bitch”.┬áHe had the lines that would get stuck in my head. Nothing too complex either. I was a fan of his music.

E 40 said “everybody gotta gay or at least one dope fiend in they family, you ain’t the only with a reject in your family”. I like E 40’s lyrics too. He’s got lots and lost of lines that are stuck in my head.

Poetic Hustlaz said “Jesus can you help us cleanse our soul because we’re searching for peace, searching for peace dear lord can you help me?”. That song was the truth. Good but almost eerie vibes to that track. I was in 8th grade when that album Mo Thugs, the first one came out.

X Raided said “it’s been on ever since the day they cut the umbillical cord been on a mission since my circumcision destined to be hard core” That album had lyrics and deep track that were so much different from his previous work. He grew so much as an artist. I was already a fan too but that album “The Unforgiven” and that song “Mama’s Pride and Joy” really impressed me.

 

Some rhymes I have stuck in my head.

Enjoy your lives,

Always,

Ryan H. Craig

Rezhogs

 


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