Loving your best kind of life

We live in a world where we have the opportunity to put everything we do out on display for the world to see. Whether it is a six second video or a picture, we have multiple ways to document life.

So what does it take to live your best kind of life? It is the following:

  1. Not just talking about it, being about it. Are you ’bout it?
  2. Being thankful for every moment.
  3. Taking a chance on something you’ve always wanted to do
  4. Enjoying the journey
  5. Always showing love along the way

When I first wrote the title of this post I accidentally wrote “loving” instead of “living” which got me thinking, that it’s basically the same thing. Living your best kind of life is loving your best kind of life. Either way we are starting in our own movie (or music video) everyday.

Oh and I’m wishing a Happy Birthday to my dear friend Nick!! Love you much!




Dormtainment’s First Show!

DISCLAIMER: This was supposed to be published back in November but for some reason it never uploaded until now.

Last night I had the chance to watch Dormtainment live at Gramercy Theater in NYC. I’m so glad that I didn’t miss this opportunity. As I’ve stated in my video below, I’ve been a fan of theirs for years. I would spend hours watching their videos and having the chance to see them live was amazing!

Shoutout to my boy Mike Cooke for shooting throughout the entire show. I hope to learn under him someday.

Also, I want to shoutout Taye. He said during his solo piece that if you’re from Detroit, you love your city and you’re proud to be from there.


(Cam’s eyes 😂😂😂😂)
   As you can see I had the pleasure of meeting Taye, Rome and Cam. Unfortunately I didn’t meet Mike, Chaz and Emmanuel because I had to leave. However, I would like to end this post with a video message about last night and a thanks to Dormtainment for being inspiring and doing what they do best, making me laugh.



What’s next? 


Ladies and Gentlemen, it’s the moment we’ve all be waiting for…

…everything we’ve done has gotten us to this point…

…we’ve complained, rebelled, cried, screamed, and told the ugly truth…

…and now…we are no longer employed and the start of road to our dream is right in front of us…

Can you take the first step?