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The Sandmann's Journal
Vol. 2
by Wilfred Kanu Jr. View author's profile page

Overview


The Sandmann’s Journal Vol. 2 is a continuation of volume 1. At the beginning of each chapter, the dates indicate when I initially published them on his blog. Though factual, I did not intend these to serve a journalistic purpose, even though there are interviews with Eddie Bullen and his son, Quincy Bullen | with whom I’d worked with|. At the time, I had limited access to mainstream radio, television, and very little internet presence. The blog served as a platform where I addressed the public to speak on various topics relevant to the Kulture of Hip Hop.

When an emcee makes such statements, homosexuals, transgender, and some feminists usually become anxious that he or she is advocating for chauvinism, intolerance, or xenophobia. To ratify this, you will find entries on the Twelve Tribes of Israel to allow the historic tradition to be reiterated without bastardization unless one renounces the Abrahamic doctrine as it firmly promotes love, culture, discipline, the fear of God, and devotion. Use these books for educational and entertainment purposes. 

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Description


The Sandmann’s Journal Vol. 2 is a continuation of volume 1. The dates at the beginning of each chapter indicate when I published them. Though factual, I did not intend for these entries to serve a journalistic purpose, even though there are interviews with Eddie Bullen and his son, Quincy Bullen | with whom I’d worked with|. At the time, I had limited access to mainstream radio, television, and very little internet presence. The blog served as a platform where I could address the public to speak on various topics relevant to the Kulture of Hip Hop.

At the time, I was battling with the ongoing castigation of the patriarchy in exchange for matriarchy and radical feminist ideals. It’s not the matriarchy I resented; instead, it was the unacceptability of masculinity related to Hip Hop Kulture. When I wrote about misconceptions, the correct look for a Hip Hop dude, and the irony of how the media accepts the singer Lady Gaga to be “born this way,” but the rapper DMX was not. I discussed how the mainstream takes Lady Gaga’s endeavor while rejecting DMX’s. In these chapters, I teach the reader how to ponder the true creed of Hip Hop, secularity, and religious beliefs.

Surrounding the murder of Trayvon Martin, I touched on civil activism by showing how a TV show like “Jersey Shore” could strip some of its slang from Hip Hop without giving any credit. In this volume, I taught the theological philosophies within the context of Abrahamic discipline. It demonstrates some practical approaches to creative expression in art. Even as Western superpowers rise to end racism, gender inequality, and homophobia, these entries point toward our commitment to Abraham’s creed.

As the global community becomes cordial with a thought process that they once banished from morality, these blogs draw a line between virtues and depravity as interpreted not by the media or secular culture but by scripture. When an emcee makes such a statement, homosexuals, transgender, and some feminists usually become anxious that the emcee is advocating for chauvinism, intolerance, or xenophobia. To ratify this, you will find entries on the Twelve Tribes of Israel to allow the historic tradition to be reiterated without bastardization unless one were to renounce the Abrahamic doctrine as it firmly promotes love and culture.

I was motivated by respect for humanity, culture, tradition, and ethical accountability, not monetary gain, political correctness, or secular belief. As an admirer of theater, literature, and music, I used my platform to speak on some of the most controversial arguments at the time. There are entries on the 2nd Amendment Right, gun violence in the United States, and the American political system related to the middle and lower class, particularly where the Republican Party is concerned.

I addressed the most common misconceptions about Hip Hop. You will find entries about the release of my 12:12: 12 EP, “City of Kings: RELOADED,” my take on Canadian Hip Hop, and how I correlate with West Africa. Of course, you should expect to read my views on subjects like the murder of Trayvon Martin or drug-related celebrity deaths. Above and beyond entertainment, you will enjoy this book because it motivates; 1 | respect for scripture and 2 | thwarts the psychological mutation that has resulted from ungodly wisdom. 

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About the author


Wilfred "Freddy Will" Kanu Jr. is an author. He writes his books on history, philosophy, biography, and fiction. Before starting his writing career, he was a Hip Hop recording artist/music producer who launched his music career in Toronto, Canada. This diplomat currently resides in Brussels, Belgium, and Berlin, Germany, where his experience as an Afropolitan has inspired his work.

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Book details

Genre:LITERARY COLLECTIONS

Subgenre:Essays

Language:English

Series title:The Sandmann's Journal

Series Number:2

Pages:200

eBook ISBN:9781483586540


Overview


The Sandmann’s Journal Vol. 2 is a continuation of volume 1. At the beginning of each chapter, the dates indicate when I initially published them on his blog. Though factual, I did not intend these to serve a journalistic purpose, even though there are interviews with Eddie Bullen and his son, Quincy Bullen | with whom I’d worked with|. At the time, I had limited access to mainstream radio, television, and very little internet presence. The blog served as a platform where I addressed the public to speak on various topics relevant to the Kulture of Hip Hop.

When an emcee makes such statements, homosexuals, transgender, and some feminists usually become anxious that he or she is advocating for chauvinism, intolerance, or xenophobia. To ratify this, you will find entries on the Twelve Tribes of Israel to allow the historic tradition to be reiterated without bastardization unless one renounces the Abrahamic doctrine as it firmly promotes love, culture, discipline, the fear of God, and devotion. Use these books for educational and entertainment purposes. 

Read more

Description


The Sandmann’s Journal Vol. 2 is a continuation of volume 1. The dates at the beginning of each chapter indicate when I published them. Though factual, I did not intend for these entries to serve a journalistic purpose, even though there are interviews with Eddie Bullen and his son, Quincy Bullen | with whom I’d worked with|. At the time, I had limited access to mainstream radio, television, and very little internet presence. The blog served as a platform where I could address the public to speak on various topics relevant to the Kulture of Hip Hop.

At the time, I was battling with the ongoing castigation of the patriarchy in exchange for matriarchy and radical feminist ideals. It’s not the matriarchy I resented; instead, it was the unacceptability of masculinity related to Hip Hop Kulture. When I wrote about misconceptions, the correct look for a Hip Hop dude, and the irony of how the media accepts the singer Lady Gaga to be “born this way,” but the rapper DMX was not. I discussed how the mainstream takes Lady Gaga’s endeavor while rejecting DMX’s. In these chapters, I teach the reader how to ponder the true creed of Hip Hop, secularity, and religious beliefs.

Surrounding the murder of Trayvon Martin, I touched on civil activism by showing how a TV show like “Jersey Shore” could strip some of its slang from Hip Hop without giving any credit. In this volume, I taught the theological philosophies within the context of Abrahamic discipline. It demonstrates some practical approaches to creative expression in art. Even as Western superpowers rise to end racism, gender inequality, and homophobia, these entries point toward our commitment to Abraham’s creed.

As the global community becomes cordial with a thought process that they once banished from morality, these blogs draw a line between virtues and depravity as interpreted not by the media or secular culture but by scripture. When an emcee makes such a statement, homosexuals, transgender, and some feminists usually become anxious that the emcee is advocating for chauvinism, intolerance, or xenophobia. To ratify this, you will find entries on the Twelve Tribes of Israel to allow the historic tradition to be reiterated without bastardization unless one were to renounce the Abrahamic doctrine as it firmly promotes love and culture.

I was motivated by respect for humanity, culture, tradition, and ethical accountability, not monetary gain, political correctness, or secular belief. As an admirer of theater, literature, and music, I used my platform to speak on some of the most controversial arguments at the time. There are entries on the 2nd Amendment Right, gun violence in the United States, and the American political system related to the middle and lower class, particularly where the Republican Party is concerned.

I addressed the most common misconceptions about Hip Hop. You will find entries about the release of my 12:12: 12 EP, “City of Kings: RELOADED,” my take on Canadian Hip Hop, and how I correlate with West Africa. Of course, you should expect to read my views on subjects like the murder of Trayvon Martin or drug-related celebrity deaths. Above and beyond entertainment, you will enjoy this book because it motivates; 1 | respect for scripture and 2 | thwarts the psychological mutation that has resulted from ungodly wisdom. 

Read more

About the author


Wilfred "Freddy Will" Kanu Jr. is an author. He writes his books on history, philosophy, biography, and fiction. Before starting his writing career, he was a Hip Hop recording artist/music producer who launched his music career in Toronto, Canada. This diplomat currently resides in Brussels, Belgium, and Berlin, Germany, where his experience as an Afropolitan has inspired his work.

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