Archive for the ‘The MGMT’ Category

Giving Time = Giving Thanks…

Thursday, November 28th, 2013

soup kitchen

My homey PETE from PremiumLaces convinced me to volunteer some time today before I got with my family. I hope that you are blessed with the chance to donate some of your time to helping someone in the next few weeks. Peace to you and your family today and everyday.

Thanks for fuxing with

Happy Columbus Day…

Sunday, October 13th, 2013


Thanks to the impeccable record keeping of plantation owners an economics researcher learns that modern capitalism owes its business and managerial practices to the industry of chattel slavery in the Americas…

You. Must. Learn.

The Messy Link Between Slave Owners And Modern Management

No Days Off…

Thursday, August 15th, 2013


Back to the grind and the grill again. Until I can get my house in order and take my momma on a trip I’ma put this pedal to the mettle and do it until I drop dead. No days off. No sleep ’til Brooklyn.

The El-P x Killer Mike show was bananjas.

Combat Jack Show Meet and Greet on deck for Saturday. Roll thru if you around.

Brooklyn Stable – 486 Metropolitan Avenue, Brooklyn


A Letter From The Management…

Wednesday, April 24th, 2013


Internets, what is Gucci my Fiorucci? What is Halston my Lagerfeld? Chocolate Snowflake and I just returned from a business trip in Pittsburgh and I have all kinds of Internets work to share with y’all.

The Combat Jack Show TV vehicle has dropped on Complex’ website. Tell me what y’all think.

My homegirl from karmaLoop posted an interview we did with one another on their website.

Shit is going down all around me, and all I could think about was getting back to my lab to post some work on THIS page. This is where I live most of all. This is my home and y’all are the guests who I keep my spot neat and tidy for.

Excelsior my Internets. May it never, ever stop…

On My Way To Harlem…

Sunday, April 14th, 2013


This jazzy joint was my Sunday morning soundtrack as I made my way thru the city with C.S.

We walked thru downtown Brooklyn (R.I.P. Jimmy Jazz) and then hopped the #4 train to the Staten Island Ferry.

Next was a bus trip uptown to get some Jordan Brand socks, and then back down to Chinatown for duck and shrimp dumplings.

Catch the vibe with me…