In my spare time, I have been playing music, or busking, in BART stations and on street corners, trying to make myself some money. So I’ll drag my crappy, half sized guitar over to downtown Berkeley and set up my guitar case with some change in the bottom to try and give people the right idea.
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Slick Rick’s lyrics in “Hey Young World” really opened my mind. As a kid and hearing someone tell me I could be whatever I wanted really stood out to me. Since this was the first song I really understood it encouraged me to better myself. Just knowing the meanings of the songs and being able to learn what the songs messages are has helped me.
Today on The Educated Traphouse Radio we had our first show of the session! We had three juicy playlists from DJ Uniquity, DJ Yahs, and DJ Too-Wavy. We started off the show with a newscast from Valencio and Ashley. Valencio reported the discovery of a skull that a homeless man had found in downtown Oakland. Ashley talked about how despite the fact that recent allegations against Bill Cosby have led to protests, fans will continue loving him.
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It’s Friday and the house is packed at Jazz Central Studios — which means a few dozen people are gathered around small tables in the dim light, watching Zacc Harris and his band blaze their way through original tunes.