“All I ask is when the boy make it, make it a point to bring the hating down and into the basement. I'm facing...ALL the odds, it's impossible for all but God. I know I got it, so I try to keep it calm inside 🙏🏾” | 📷 @sassqueen612
This Saturday, I got the chance to model for my good friend @rachelmeetsrowdy clothing line, @lalagracclothing. “LALAGRAC is a clothing line that empowers men, women, gender- neutral, LBGT, transgender and children to embrace who they are and to stand up for what they believe in. There is no grey area in abuse. Abuse is abuse. To show our support and belief in our cause, when a clothing item is purchased a portion of the cost is donated to RAINN; the Nation's largest anti-sexual violence organization. Each item in the LALAGRAC collection is named after an abuse survivor. When you purchase an item their personal story of abuse will be included.” Please, PLEASE go to @lalagracclothing, hit the link in their bio, and check out their products. Your money is going towards a great cause. Thank you Rachel for letting me be a part of this!
I look like I got the “I just think it’s funny how...” text lmao. Anywho, I’ve been really into “Would you Rather?” questions lately. So with that being said...Would you rather: Have a non-removable hat that you had to wear for the rest of your life, OR, wake up every day in DIRE NEED of a haircut? (And by “in DIRE NEED”, I mean you wake up with the worst hair day you could ever imagine) LOL LEAVE YOUR ANSWERS BELOW!
I know I have a LONG ASS way to go still, but I really just want to take this time to appreciate how far I’ve gotten thus far with this music thing. One of the first singles I put up on Spotify, “Capacity”, has over 380,000 streams. I set up an album release party for my very first album ever (with the help of @caitlinkimpton and @sassqueen612, thank you two! It definitely wouldn’t have been that amazing without you) I, then, released Lite Work in February, and it’s been getting incredible reception since then (HUGE thank you to everyone who has and continues to listen to it). And now, I’m in the process of setting up a mini-tour for this summer, and one of the stops is in my hometown - Milwaukee, WI. Sometimes it’s hard for me to celebrate my progress because I’m, like everyone else, flooded with the success of others on social media. And naturally, being the competitive person I am, I compare my progress to theirs. But, it’s important to celebrate YOUR achievements. Recognize and give yourself credit for the feats you’ve accomplished along your journey. And just remember that as long as you’re one step closer to your goals at the end of the day, you WILL get there. Oh, and I dropped my own merchandise (as seen in the picture) haha shout-out @levitaylorgraphics for the dope ass logo 😎 | Photo Credit: @lexleshay