GENDER RESPONSIBLE MUSIC
Regardless of what's going on, I think music makes it easy and fun to share empowering meaning and feeling, like a great 3 minute conversation with the artist every time you press play.
Most of our favourite artists say similar things so I hope some of this work helps you relate better to theirs as well. When artists move people, it seems like they tell the truth more than others. Many artists among others inspired me and I believe I have songs for everybody to use and enjoy.
To make things easy and help people avoid feeling nervous and insecure and instead feel more relaxed and confident, these are all free public service downloads and empowering fun too.
Mixtape or Free Promo Album music hosting is courtesy of DatPiff.com
GENDER RESPONSIBLE ALBUMS OR MIXTAPES
The best album may be the 22 mins of fun hip pop and funk on:
"The Silly Boys and Goofy Girls Mixtape"
But, you may also enjoy 19 mins more with some fun r'n'b and soul on:
"Connect 6: Pieces Of A Man and Peace For A Woman"
Or, perhaps even 17 mins more of some sing-a-long and poppy-cocksure fun on:
"The YOU Toronto! Seeing People"
And, maybe some throwback fun with 27 mins of a new single and classic Black Krishna joints on:
"The All About That Single Mixtape"
I want to express myself artistically alone and with others, make money and friends and share quality work that helps people. Please enjoy, share and get in touch as you'd like and have great days.
Contact . Vijay "Vij" Sarma . (647) 781-1580 . firstname.lastname@example.org
YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCutnfV3NT6BYhDGkPOV-9Q
Twitter - https://twitter.com/lovementoronto
The Silly Boys and Goofy Girls Mixtape
Vijay "Vij" Sarma . "The" Drew Chale . Gene "The Genial Genius" Hughes
Gene Hughes, Telejet Studios - www.Telejet.ca
The first project here is to share ideas in fun hip pop ways with a sense of humour. The name "Silly Boys and Goofy Girls" is from girlfriends and I teasing each other about what we uniquely do as men and women which can still be fun today. Enjoy taking a fun trip-tease through twists and turns and knowing how we can get back to having fun sooner than later.
1. Silly Boys and Goofy Girls
2. Girls Make Me Smile
3. Moving Lines
4. Body Rock
5. Suns In My Pants
6. Sweet Pretty Girls
7. Sweet Pretty Girls - Too Much, Silly, Soon and Far
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Free PDF Lyrics Book Download:
"Suns In My Pants" - The Girls' Favourite Song - Enjoy your free relaxgasm today! :)
"Girls Make Me Smile" - The Guys' Favourite Song - Get your free chicxtasy fix today! :)
Connect 6: Pieces Of A Man and Peace For A Woman
This project has dance'y and fun R'n'B energy, but it's also more serious and soulful inspired by The Great Gil Scott-Heron and others to help men and women in Toronto, or connect "The 6", a slang term based on local area codes local artist Drake made popular. Enjoy the fun, plus a possible tear, or a thousand yard stare, then feeling more confident, capable and happy.
1. Pieces of Gil Scott-Heron
2. Will To Chill
3. 2 Seconds, 2 Hours, 2 Years
4. Test Me
5. Feel Me
6. Daughters Dance
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Free PDF Lyrics Book Download:
"Test Me" - Maybe it's not always about what anybody wants... but often... about how.
"2 Seconds, 2 Hours, 2 Years" - As long we're here... men and women should be able to relax.
Vij - All About That - The Single Mixtape
The "All About That" single (video below) is a good time so check it out. Plus, after hanging out with girls who like to make us happy, I feel for them and their ways and think they should have more smart guys with big balls saying nice things about us and how we get along. So, to do my part and encourage others, I added 7 older songs to make this a mixtape about relationships. Men and women can enjoy how gender responsible men can think about, fuss over, have fun with and take care of our girls.
1. All About That
2. A Girl From MySpace
3. U Shoulda
4. Angelina Jolie
5. Who's Yo' B-tch?
6. Lay You Down, Hold You Down
7. A Deal With The Devil For An Angel
8. A Love Song For A Love Gone
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Key Classic Songs:
"A Girl From MySpace" - The most purely zany fun silliness you may enjoy that day.
"U Shoulda" - A fun dance-rap to Usher's "Yeah!" beat to all the girls who... umm... shoulda.
"Who's Yo' B-tch?" - A great song for any girls in a mad-at-men mood who may want some help.
The YOU Toronto!
Careful 'Round You
All About That
Hey Chick or Happy Man Making Machine
Take A Nap In My Lap
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Music videos for each song and more at:
This is a short and fun album of nice simple things a smart and ballsy guy says about girls to blast in your headphones while walking around to help people have fun thinking about and seeing people. For example. It was inspired by and is a free timely gift to The People of Toronto and others to help many people relax and communicate better in 2016 and beyond.
Welcome To The Black Krishnaverse
Before my focus on gender and communication issues to help empower people to feel happier and communicate better about more, I often used the stage name "Black Krishna" or "BK" to record and perform music, host radio shows and work as an activist and journalist.
I was focused on understanding and explaining various issues, including personal - related to our family and friends, social - how we generally get along where we live, cultural - how our media affects us - and - political - how our political and institutional systems affect us.
After years of working on stuff on and off, I think there's a significant relationship between gender, confidence and communication for most people that's being weakened and we should deal with it, or how we feel about our balls and about ourselves and everything in general.
So, I'm currently using my given name to promote gender responsibility to help people feel strong enough to feel and communicate better and deal with issues that used to be easier for adults to discuss, some of which I address with "Black Krishna" brand music below.
Enjoy, instead of suffering social constipation, you may enjoy having fun saying "Bullsh-t!"
Interview: Stopping The North American Union and Globalism
This is an interview from Toronto independent media company Press For Truth for the documentary "United We Fall" (2009) about stopping globalism and the idea of a North American Union, or generally the expansion of the NAFTA trade and other agreements leading to more regional and then globally centralized financial, political and cultural control in the hands of a few elites, plus how to beat people's ignorance, learned helplessness and acceptance of it. Today, I believe if people act more polite and gender responsible they'll more consistently empower each other to communicate better and more easily be able to handle personal, social, cultural and political issues like these and others.
Please feel free to enjoy, share and get in touch as you'd like - Thanks, Vij
Gender Responsiblity: Don't Worry, We Got This... Feels Better Than Not!