the drum in this video was a custom drum my dad had made for me, but it signifies the start of my performing journey, I was about to write the start of my creative journey, but that actually started with vinyl records. It was this drum where I started to first perform in public with my father around the age of 8, or 9, not sure. I been performing for my family a few years doing Jackson 5 routines, but my Dad decided to put me into his act as a drummer, and I never stop performing since. A few years before my Dad passed away we did one last performance at a open mic with my friend Ryan Dunkerly, and we incorporated the drum bringing it full circle. Love my drum, and love and miss my Dad. Hope you like the video! See you next week!

Where Do People in Dreams Come From?: And Other Poems
https://www.amazon.com/Where-Do-People-Dreams-Come/dp/0976743019/ref=sr_1_8?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1516305576&sr=1-8

Sing Me Different
https://www.amazon.com/Sing-Me-Different-Norman-Jordan/dp/0976743027/ref=sr_1_9?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1516305576&sr=1-9

6’6 240 – “Country Boy” (Feat. Big Chief & Jathara) [Big Boi Tactics]

I found another sample of a Patrices album, you can check a couple episodes back to hear the first beat, but this is a different beat, but same album. Xavier Williams came and laid down the bass line for me, and I dropped some drums on top of it, used a new soundkit from http://freedrumkits.net/. Hope you like the beat, and see ya next week.

Get the beat at
http://www.beatstars.com/beat/jordan-clan-beats-wishful-pat-thought-1047493

If you know me 123 Pleasant St in Morgantown WV is my spot, I hang out there, I perform there, it’s my creative getaway. I’m always capturing footage from there, here is video collage of a few events I was apart of and attended. Footage from the Riff Raff & DJ Afterthought show with 6’6 240, DJ Dolla, and Ace Beanz. A EDM event, and a art show case with local artist and barber Samantha McClurg.
If you leave in Morgantown WV you need to support local artist and go to 123 Pleasant St, it’s a very cool place.

My son was in town to visit me for the holidays, and whenever he comes to town me, him and Xavier Williams like to get together and make music. I think it’s pretty cool that I create music with students of my fathers art academy http://normanjordanaaaha.com/ and myself am a product of the art academy. The bonus is also making music with my son, priceless.
You can get this beat at
http://www.beatstars.com/beat/psycedelic-ex-1033317

I have been eating Delano Wilson’s food for years, back when he use to be the chef at CUE in downtown Morgantown. Now he is the main chef at Mountain Mama’s. I stopped by to see the new spot, and It was not disappointing. if you are into wings, and burgers, and local craft beer you need to go to 1137 Van Voorhis Dr in Morgantown WV for some great food!
Catch you next week!

Regular season is over and the Cleveland Browns are winless, making history for all the wrong reasons. In our last episode of the season we recap last week against the Pittsburgh Steelers, who did not even play their star players Levon Bell and Antonio Brown, but still was not enough for the Cleveland Browns to beat the Pittsburgh Steelers. We also discuss the upcoming playoff picture, and players we are looking forward to watching next season. Also we have frequent guest Gary Wolfe for our last episode, who is a Pittsburgh Steeler fan and gave his input on all of our topics.
We will be back in June 2018 for the NFL Draft where the Cleveland Browns have the #1 and #4 pick. See you in June.