Today we’re talmbot “Fire In the Firmament”, the song.
Not sleeping giant producer, singer and songwriter Dertrick “Fire” Winn. Not Dylan Dylan Dylan who, by the way, spits hot fiyah! Not Grammy nominated gospel rapper Flame. And last but not least… not Atlanta rapper and shooting victim (and son of the lady who manages Gucci,
Nicki and OJ) Wocka Flocka Flame. Oh, let’s do it!
“Fire in the Firmament” is a joint I’ll share with you awfully soon. This particular Fire was envisioned by Dallas-area producer Smooth Sense and features three kings: Chucky Sly, HeadKrack and I.
I believe it to be divinely inspired. My wife says it sounds like a Jazz Liberators song. In the hands of God and/or an alchemist, a lil’ flame can make gold.
Here are the lyrics to my “Fire in the Firmament” verse in 3… 2… 1…
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Yesterday, we went in-depth about
interpolations cover songs and alleged covers of cover songs. Today we’ll just talk about covers — CD covers!
We, the innumerable staff at Bavu Blogs have seen some crappy cover art lately. We’ve even seen crappy cover art by some great artists lately. It even rubbed the captain of the mothership, FWMJ, the wrong way.
So rather than point out the less-than-fine art, let’s commend some artists who I’m going to check out on the strength of their covers alone. Well, technically, I was going to check out Homeboy Sandman already because he makes me wanna rap.
Three excellent covers appearing in 3… 2… 1…
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Back in 2004-05, I took a meeting with a New York-based label called Rawkus. They were trying to rejuvenate their brand and re-launch the label that brought you Mos Def, Talib, Pharoahe ‘nem…
The best thing that happened on the trip was my boy Matt, who accompanied me on the trip and to the meeting, connected me with Josh aka DJ Sae-One of Deaf in the Family. Josh let me stay at his house in exchange for writing and recording a song for his compilation, “For Those About To Rock”. This session produced a solid friendship and a classic record called “Southern Man”. We made a new classic out of an old Classic Rock tune, but never got the samples cleared. You can get the whole album free of charge here.
Southern Man featuring Bavu Blakes (by Deaf in the Family) by mophonics
So here I am thinking I made a classic that speaks uniquely to my personal experience, but if you keep reading… you’ll see that no idea is original. Lawdamercy!
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Thank you God for teaching me a thing or two about Patience. If I’m impatient and focus too much on my own desires, I become tempted to complain as if my life isn’t good. My lack of focus and proper perspective can lead my own soul astray, stealing my own joy in the process. Psh…
produced by Symbolyc One (S1) from the Extra Plair EP
as chronicled here on Bavu Blogs…