All vocals by https://soundcloud.com/lotus-jai-nitai
Produced by Dr. MaD
Photo by Susan Moss (https://www.instagram.com/susanmossphotography/)
This is the vibe me and MC/producer Jai Nitai Lotus connect on this release titled "Speed of Thought". Just the right summer vibe, a tripped out soulful blend featuring JNL and his spaced out cadence + words for thought.
Though we both have been building much over the years through Montreal's highly creative hip-hop and beat scene, this is our first official collaboration.
It was put together surrounded by much nerdy music talk and the use of the ACP88 compressor for the first time (Thanks to the homie Jo!)
"loops and oranges" - Hope you enjoy!
SPEED OF THOUGHT is my mind racing and dreaming. Its a sensual vision pushing the perspective people have shared in past conversations with me in which "we are all spiritual beings having a human experience." And as fast as thought can move us and go beyond out five senses in dimensions and frequency, we still learn that in order to find true love, we have to simplify, slow down and stand still. The album is available at Norwalk Records and online for downloads at iTunes and other stores worldwide.
Dramatic strings and ethnic percussion feature in this exhilarating cinematic soundtrack by composer John Tyler. "Speed of Thought" was composed, recorded, mixed, and mastered by John Tyler at the John Tyler Music Studio. Hear more of John Tyler's music at http://johntylermusic.com.
Scientifically referred to as the womb-mans (woman's) uterus or the place that your current human experience initiated its first 9 months of 3 dimensional development.
Some scientific experts as well as spiritual journeyman say your "spirit" or "light" initially transmits into your brains pineal gland in the 13th week of gestation. 13 being a deeply meaningful number in the realms of metaphysics and numerology. It's known as the Christ number and 13 is also the highest sephora (circle or cypher) of the Kabbalistic tree of life.
"The Womb" is the literal and metaphorical transition from "The Porch" to "The Crack Baby." Nine tracks reflective of the duration of the pregnancy process all purposely designed to slowly and effectively incubate, nourish, and evolve your mind in the same way a womb does. Blending both positive and ignorantly negative lyricism and emotion to accurately exhibit the balance of the good and bad inflictions life brings.
We are seeds cultivated then birthed from the mothers Womb, to grow and cultivate on mother earth, which is just another seed in God's universal womb.
The end and the beginning of the cycle
This is not your first time here
Can you see now
From the womb to the room