Huge Announcement and Question: Has The Racial, Social, and Political Divide Widened? Poetic Justice Reloaded! #GodIsLove #Faith #Hope #Love



No one cares about a beautiful face if you can’t SEE.

-The Artist Formerly Known As Porsche R. Armstrong

How this rings so true when I feel like a modern day Emmett Till. I’ve never whistled at a Caucasian woman (obviously), but I’ve been in love with a Caucasian man and an Italian man – as well as men of other races. One of the reasons why I talk about race so much, and support interracial marriages.

I would never dare imagine what Emmett went through before and while he was being burned and then hung on a tree, but I must say that I chose to preserve my eyesight over preserving my face. And I almost look like what he looked like. What God has made on this earth is more beautiful than one person’s face. Diversity.

Eyesight matters.

So, there is a huge announcement coming on Veteran’s Day, but this is the start of it: Listening, thinking, and reevaluating my work and my masterpiece Poetic Justice. The work and its impact has spanned far beyond my imagination. The ten (10) playlists originally created for Poetic Justice are going to be faded out. They will be replaced with twenty-two (22) albums that I handpicked (personally) with much thought as well as with minor direction from friends and creatives.

MY Spotify account (osugrad2005) will also be revamped – I have deleted songs and playlists, and will be adding new songs and new creativity. This is the something new I spoke about. A new Spotify account may or may not be in the works.

For history purposes. For creativity purposes. For legacy purposes. For love purposes. For purposes that are bigger than myself.

Yet and still, Love Is A Lifestyle (in its entirety) is MY legacy, and no one else’s. God built it. No one will tear it down.

So far, the top ten (10) albums I’ve chosen are:

Tess Henley – Wonderland

Ari Lennox – Shea Butter Baby

Jill Scott – Woman

Jackie Hill Perry – The Art of Joy

Beyonce – Lemonade (Visual Album)

Lauryn Hill – The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill

Jaime Woods – Troy

Elle Varner – Ellevation

Kierra Sheard – Graceland (Deluxe)

Nina Sims – Love Child

Tess and her brother Carson have been rocking with me for a while. Lol. Tess is dope. The four songs mean something. I am still deciding on the next twelve (12) albums, and will post an update on the decision or indecision. Lol.

Money comes fast, but it dies slow. Don’t drown in luxury.

-The Artist Formerly Known As Porsche R. Armstrong

This is sort of an interlude for Poetic Justice Reloaded. The quote above was a thought I had on February 10, 2019 at 3:44am. One thing I’ve said over and over again: I may not look like I’m prosperous to the world, but I am. God is prosperous, and my mission is prosperous as well. I don’t desire to be prosperous to the world or according to the world’s standards; I desire for God’s will to be done.

Don’t wish or hope or pray for my purpose and calling and anything else that comes with it if you can’t handle the heat when it comes. It’s more than a website and 37-year old instrument of mercy behind the scenes. It’s the Great Commission being fulfilled through my gifts and talents – my work for the Body of Christ.

Matthew 10:16. Matthew 28:18-20.

The next seven (7) albums I’ve chosen for Poetic Justice Reloaded are (added on October 27, 2019):

Ella Mai – Self-Titled

Foxy Brown – Chyna Doll

Ari Lennox – Pho

Nicki Minaj – Queen (Deluxe)

Nicole Bus – Kairos

Janelle Monae – Dirty Computer

Raiche – Drive

Can I capitalize this next album? Can I space it out? Can I add a conjunction?

They’re all MY sexy aren’t they?

-The Artist Formerly Known As Porsche R. Armstrong

The next five (5) albums I’ve chosen are (added on October 28, 2019):

Rihanna – Talk That Talk (Deluxe)

Ariana Grande – Thank U, Next

Taylor Swift – Reputation

Mereba – Room For Living

Dua Lipa – Self-Titled

Bonus: Jill Scott – The Real Thing: Words and Sounds, Volume 3


Poetic Justice and Love Is A Lifestyle on November 11, 2019