If you’ve heard my music, followed me on twitter or have me on Facebook you know about my #loco movement. But a lot of people don’t know what it actually stands for. Loco is Spanish for crazy and it explains who I am. Growing up my mom used to always tell me to never care what other people think and expand my horizons. By telling me that, she created a monster. When her words finally took affect I became the outcast of most circles. I always wanted to go left when everybody else went right. I was into things most people in my neighborhood weren’t. Most people always told me that I was crazy. Even today people tell me that and it’s only because I refuse to live in a box. But to them I’m crazy, I’m loco.
Loco became my philosophy and my lifestyle. It’s my way of saying be different and be your own person. Often when you don’t follow the norm or if you’re a little different people will call you crazy, to me that’s loco.I never really fit in too many cliques and I stopped trying. A. woman once called me a lone wolf and I couldn’t agree more with her. I don’t really involve myself with cliques because they tend to have limited common interests. I’m too free spirited and random. If I want to do something fun like jumping off a waterfall I’m doing it, Or if I want to go to a peace festival I’m going. Most cliques I’ve run into are not into things like that so I end up doing a lot of that type of stuff alone and I’m ok with that.
I believe that true freedom is not caring what society thinks about you. Everyone will always have an opinion but so what I’m doing me and I encourage you to do the same. If you have a desire, dream, hobby or goal do it. If you spend too much time worrying what others think you will be stuck in the same box they’re in. We are the makers of our own fate. Once you know what you want in life go get it. Don’t be a dream chaser be a dream catcher. When you go on your path to catch that dream make sure to go #loco!
It’s 12:21 am Thursday night Korea time, and I can’t sleep so I figured I’d reflect on my performance last night at Osan Air Base. I performed at a talent show last week that my friend DJ T-Grind hosted at the base. I normally don’t do talent shows but I decided to do this one because I wanted to connect with the military audience. Since I’m in the military I want the support of my brothers and sisters in arms.
Even though I don’t like doing talent shows I think doing this one paid off. When people saw how serious I am with my craft I earned a lot of the audiences respect. The house DJ asked me to send him my music to put into rotation and asked me to come back to perform(which I still need to do). I plan on doing more shows for the military and Veterans since I’m a vet myself but that was my last talent show.
Once again, Michelle Obama dazzles in inaugural gown by Jason Wu
By Laura T. Coffey and Meena Hart Duerson, TODAY, today.com
Updated at 9 p.m. ET:
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I go #loco for equality