Sketches of a bluNote

Parenting didn’t come with a manual or a blueprint. It wasn’t a distinct sound, note or call for action or change. Meet the Thompson family – A simple family catapulted into uncharted terrain called “fame.” Gray Thompson, a Jazz musician who’s Harlem origin is both acclaimed and criticized as his fame fades with time. Join […]

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Lesson Learned

None of this matters anymore, but 48-hours ago it was a huge deal! When my boy “D” texted me and said, “Got us on the list to see Jordan’s new store.” I thought to myself… thank god, because I was completely over this obsession with sneakers, and the gasoline being poured on the bonfire culture. […]

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Who is Aquanza?

Who am I? For month’s I’ve walked around with my copy of the Cornel West Reader, a book written by a man whom I consider to be the greatest philosopher of my time – Cornel West. He opens the book with three fundamental questions: 1. What does it mean to be human? 2. What does […]

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The Right Place at the Right Time

  You have to believe in the Universe putting you in the right place at the right time. I recently hit a road block on my newest novel “Sketches of a bluNote,” which is a modern story of Fatherhood using Jazz music as the catalyst for parenting. Sure, a topic like that may not move a […]

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Marquel Howard

He now led the largest media distribution corporation in the world while being one of the youngest self-made millionaire’s in the world. His tainted college past could be the biggest price he would have to pay for lasting success. They say your not suppose to choose favorites but… Marquel Howard was conscious, responsible adulthood. A story for brothers to […]

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