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about

I don't do that grown-n-sexy shit. And if you're black and over 30 in America, you're often expected to. I had a Gumby haircut at age 35, I dislike Tyler Perry and I have a strong disdain for modern R&B. Guess I need to start dating artsy chicks, fellow weirdos or metalheads.

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from Peter Pan Syndrome, released September 3, 2013
Additional vocals: Keecha Patrick, Chief Chinchilla
Moog: J-Zone

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J-Zone Queens, New York

I did 15 years in the music biz, but never could deal with the biz part. After a slew of albums and production credits, I hung it up and decided to get a "real" job in 2009. That didn't work out too well. I wrote a book (Root for the Villain:Rap, Bullshit and a Celebration of Failure) in 2011, learned to play drums and returned to music in 2013. The music to the left is my story. Well, most of it. ... more

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