Been real busy lately getting my App game tight. Did one for a corporate client in mid 2015. Prototype up and running. That one is a web-based application. Now I’m leaning toward the mobile device side. Stay tuned…
Meantime… here’s where the graphics are for the mobility side of the house.
Ken Omega alias Bosco Money is best known in pop culture as the Vocalist from the early nineties rap duo, Downtown Science, and a graffiti writer who bombed New York City streets, subways and trucks in the 80’s and 90’s. Compiled here is a series of poems and lyrics, some recognizable, others obscure. Yet fans of his work and newbies alike are sure to be satisfied with the wit and wordplay Ken Omega displays. The first half of the book is poetry, all of which is recent; roughly 2012 – 2014. The book’s second half, consists of Ken’s lyrics, which range over the whole 25 year period. Those songs written as either Ken Omega or Bosco Money are tagged accordingly. Dates of each piece are listed as well. Here, compiled for the first time, is an uncut, raw dose of the Poetry Pope. Enjoy!
Looking back on when I stood on the edge of town, wishing that somebody would tear the fencing down, that kept me a prisoner to a way of life often which had brought me to contemplate a knife, gun or maybe sleeping pills; anything would do it was just too painful there, that was all I knew. Everything I wanted seemed just so out of reach… Brooklyn on the edge of town ain’t a pristine beach. Why did I remain so long, failing to depart? Is a question that I find lost within my art. Never had the bread to put everything in place so what little cash I had simply went to waste. Sublimating my great urge to be far away, trying hard to close on each girl who gave me play. Breaking night so frequently; barely took a nap; Heaven only knows how I didn’t get the clap. Now that I’ve moved on from that dark and lonely state, my decision is to not leave things up to fate. We all have a destiny. I shall master mine. Send them back their Masterscript; make them change my line. Good enough for Hollywood, good enough for me… Tell the messenger to try Trailer Number Three. Knock a little louder, I might be sleeping sound. If I fail to answer, then try the edge of town.
Here is some footage I captured in 1996, and finally edited down several years later. I suppose it might make a good ‘Share The Fantasy” ad for Chanel No.5. Or something like that. I was just going with a vibe. Feel free to post comments. Thanks for Viewing!