SHOWS: The Encino Man Tour: Pigeon John x Tanya Morgan x Playdough
In support of Pigeon John’s newly released ‘Encino Man’ and our previously released ‘Rubber Souls’ as well as Playdough’s not to long ago released ‘Gold Tips’ we will be coming to a city near you. On the merchandise side of things we will have new gear (hats and shirts) we will also have our entire catalog including a few Rubber Souls vinyls as well. Not to mention we’ll be performing new music…
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My next endeavor is an advice show with Soul Khan. We basically will tell you how to live your lives in the event that you can’t figure something out. no question is too big/small, we just really wanna talk to yall. Let us give you advice, hit up the tumblr and ask away!
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i recently came across one of the first songs i ever did. produced, written, recorded and mixed by yours truly. this had to be around 99.
the green eyed bandit can’t stand it
Don, this is NOT what they mean by cupcake.
just remembered that this cake is in the fridge RIGHT NOW. small victories
My dad never got to meet my daughter and that bothers me. I feel like me having a child was a big deal for him. I don’t know why I feel like this, my sisters daughters are some of the most important people in my family but I’m sure that as his only son him seeing me with my kid would have meant something entirely different.
I never got to ask him about parenthood and I can’t actively call him and tell him stuff or hit him with those random questions/moments and that bothers me too.
For the past few years i’ve had a complex relationship to Father’s Day in general based on my own complex relationship to fatherhood but this year is different. Being responsible for another human being is still the most terrifying thing in the world but I’m starting to understand it all a little better.
A week or so ago I asked my daughter if was I a good dad or an okay dad and she replied “You’re a great dad”. I don’t always feel like a great person, let alone great dad but in her mind I’m amazing which is equal parts inspiring, humbling and yup, terrifying.
A few weeks ago I also got pretty emotional over a Donald Byrd song that I think my dad really liked. I won’t name the song because but its definitely not a sad song but it was one of those moments where a lot was weighing on me and I would have loved to lean on him for advice. I miss my dad more than ever these days. Probably because I’m squarely in an entirely new part of my life and don’t have him to experience it with me. The songs lyrics did all of the advising I needed it to tho and in an odd way it was as reassuring as picking up the phone and talking to him.
I guess that’s what this thing is all about though. leaving a lasting impression and creating enough of a character that your child never forget’s needing you. At least that’s what it’s all about for me.
People used to tell me that I look just like my mom and as of late they’ve been saying that I look like my dad. I don’t know if its because he’s no longer here and they just miss him as much as I do or if its actually true. I just know that I agree and its kinda cool to look in the mirror and be able to see him when I feel like i need him the most.
Happy Father’s Day.
"You’s a pangiun lookin muthafucka"