Enter the world of Wilfred "Freddy Will" Kanu Jr., exploring his inspiring journey from Afropolitan history to Hip Hop Kulture and contemporary discourses.
The Sandmann's Journal Volume 7 is the latest Journal, a definitive edition of the book series. As the title suggests, these are notes contemplating cultural shifts during a psychological change over the years.
This seven-book series includes Freddy Will's leading blogs. As someone who came to the world in the late 1970s and grew up in the 1980s and 1990s, under the Abrahamic mind frame, he addressed the challenges of the temporal changes that took place in the world. As a Hip Hop recording artist, he processed what he saw as a psychological shift in the global mentality.
Crime Rhymez covers the story that transpired when the writer was separated from his family during the two civil wars and the circumstances that nearly left him dead. He knew he would be an emcee before he was ten. 13 years ago, this story ended at the release of his 2008 debut album in Toronto, Canada. This second edition brings readers up to date with his progress from 2009 to 2019—basically, after the first edition and his debut studio album.
The Sandmann's Journal Volume 5 is another part of this seven-book series. Unlike all the previous publications under this title, this edition talks about our differences of ideas concerning subjects like misandry, social justice, gender disparities, and bigotry in today's mainstream society. We live in a time when social media has created a platform for algorithms and the court of public opinion. These blogs bring the subject of progress into a discussion.
You are still following an old-school Hip Hop artist and Afropolitan as he documents his views on the changes that have taken place in the modern world. Since our ancestors relied on the former system of Abrahamic doctrine, you will notice that the Indiana Senate Bill was also a big deal, in his opinion. Now, check this out. The change difference in generational mentalities...
Following the release of "Healthy Food for Thought: Good Enough To Eat," the Recording Academy nominated it for a Grammy Award. To memorialize Freddy Will, the Intergovernmental Postal Consultants acknowledged him with four "Limited Edition" Postage Stamps.
Volume 3 clarifies the author's romantic curiosity showing that although he's no simp or an MGTOW, beauty reflects in his eye as a beholder. This time, he connected Hip Hop with African culture, addressed the mayor Ford scandal, and posed more questions on the modern family, accountability, marriage, etc. In this volume, he also broke down the creed of Hip Hop Kulture...
The Sandmann's Journal Vol. 2 is a continuation of volume 1. The book lists his favorite celebs, cars, albums, and African dishes. From Freddy Will's blog, dates at the beginning of each chapter indicate when he initially published the article. Though factual, he did not intend his entries to serve a journalistic purpose, even though he interviewed Eddie Bullen and his son, Quincy Bullen.
The Sandmann's Journal Vol. 1 is about Freddy Will's hurdles as a ghostwriter at the beginning of his music and literary careers in Toronto, Canada. It gives an insight into his musical influences. He talks about his favorite Hip Hop emcees and how he released his music, blog, and Hip Hop albums. As a Hip-Hop artist, Wilfred Kanu Jr. has a few, such as Sandmann...
In 2014 he published his third book and released his third studio album under his second record label, Swift Nights Ent. What is the driving force behind Hip Hop's music, slang, fashion, art, cuisine, and entrepreneurial spirit? Why are there biases against this culture? Why is it influential? Is there a generational gap? Negative stereotypes about people who live Hip Hop.
The Dark Road From Romarong is a fictional history of how a region named Romarong traveled on a dark path to become the West African nation of Sierra Leone. Early tribes migrated from Western Sudan and the Northern Sahara to assemble in the tropical rainforest in and around Romarong. They did so to accommodate their families, build settlements, grow crops, and trade.
My Book of Chrymes is a nonfiction chronicle of the abrasive experiences of independent recording artist and author Freddy Will, whose real name is Wilfred Kanu Jr. This book unearthed intense moments of his early life that inspired the gritty lyrics, which he has intrinsically woven into his albums, "Stay True" and "While I'm Still Young... The Talking Drums 1.2v."
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