Armageddon States “Suicide is most often the result of the feeling of helplessness and hopelessness. A person suffering from depression and or anxiety may find themselves unable to find meaning and purpose for living.
I believe most cases of depression and anxiety are the result of low self esteem and ineffective coping strategies for dealing with the real world. A person with low esteem may believe he/she isn’t loved, worthy of love, or even worthy of life. Shit, they may even go so far as to believe that you aren’t worthy of life and decide to shoot up your school, or a movie theater. This shit is real.
I made this joint to raise awareness in regard to depression, anxiety, low esteem, rage, suicide and the way a parents can pass down these self annihilating patterns, creating victims of victims. It starts in childhood then progressively gets worse.
If you can relate to the energy and context this joint, or feel like you got some changes to make in your own behavior, like and leave a comment to et me know what’s up”
Rohan Da Great is on fire! We have been paying attention to his grind and to his music. We recently featured him spitting fire over Kanye West’s “Real Friends” & Drake’s “Summer Sixteen” instrumental for the premier of Tent TV’s #TheBarBrigade. This time he’s back again with his latest original track, “Stop Now?.”
After the mega success of his collaborative EDM joint with Dani Deahl, “SMYK,” and a strong showing with “Only One,” RDG taps back into his hip hop realm with a taste of his Reggae roots. “Stop Now” produced by Majestic Drama is an “ode to everyone who’s chasing their dreams despite the opposition from the haters and naysayers.” About “Stop Now” Rohan explains,”Stop Now” is a motivator and definitely a track you can bump in the club or in your car. It has that vibe that anything is possible and if you continue to work hard and grind, you will always come out as a winner.” With the blogs, websites, show promoters and radio stations starting to take notice, why would Rohan Da Great Stop Now? Rohan’s EP The Real drops this summer.
Dvnte Musick is 24 year old NYC (Bronx, NY) Native Singer/Song Writer who has cultivated a sound of his own. His belief is that growing up in the Bronx you acquire a very classic and grounded sense of being which he likes to show throughout his music. He describes himself as “That Thing R&B is missing”. Through lyrics and his personality his goal is to rebuild a bridge across the gap that today’s music has made between a catchy sound and meaningful music. He wants music to make you feel again. (But still keep the ability to turn up.)
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Cash Johnson, Was born May 13th, 1993 in Irvington NJ. His parents are Tina Roberson and Leon Johnson. When he was four his mother passed away, he was adopted by his Grandparents Anita and John Roberson. Johnson was also Raised by his dads mother Carol fields, she later passed away when he was at a young age. His grandmother Anita was a school teacher at night at Irvington High School, & grandfather a shore man down at port Newark. With his grandmother being in the school system they saw a lot of things and how his neighborhood was turning out, she wanted a better life for him & his two brothers so Anita And John moved to Old Bridge NJ right before starting High School. Growing up he never had an interest in playing sports. He played pop warner for a couple years up until he shattered his wrist in practice. He fell in love with music because as he grew up with his Grandparents they would always play Marvin Gaye, earth wind and fire and the temptations. His favorite artist and biggest influence in music is Lil Wayne. His aunt Divyka lived in Florida when he was young and she was a model/ extra in some Cash Money videos back in the day. He remembers her sending a dvd of a movie they did called “baller blockin” and he’s been a fan ever since then and 500 degrees. He’s been putting everything into his music and is very diverse. He get my work ethic from his upbringings and gets a lot of his music motivation from watching artist like weezy. This music isn’t something he do as a hobby this is his life! Dedicating a lot of time and effort into it doing it because a lot of people can relate to his stories and its therapeutic to him.
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