Noyz

Black Lady Soul - The Fall

Anonymous asked: Hey Noyz. I'm a fan of yours and I am also a rapper myself. I have always wanted to know your political views into a more in depth scale. What's your view on the current conflict in Gaza? Do you think that it is Israel who is to blame or Palestine? And how do you think it affects Canada? Please and thanks.

There is no blame that can definitively be placed on one side, as the people in power on both sides are guilty of wrong. However, a lot can be said about the balance of the conflict in terms of human rights violations.

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'They made love, or should I say they made lust/ found there didn't have to be love there because they made us'

Anonymous asked: Hello Noyz, I have been a fan of your music and your perspective in life. The question I have for you is, how do you stick to your dreams when everything in the universe is working against it? I have seen a lot of struggle in life, and faced many failures/ disappointments and accepted as fate/destiny, but is that giving up?

Your dreams will always have worth, and they only stop mattering when you decide they no longer matter. I don’t know the circumstances of your situation, but don’t let the past discourage you from taking that first step to where you want to be. No matter how small that step may seem, it represents progress.

Anonymous asked: How does one get a noyz feature?

info.noyz@gmail.com

One of my favorite parts of making music is meeting other young artists and listening to them speak on what inspires them and what they want to create and achieve. I first met Prashant Tiwari a year ago at When Lions Roar when his group Definition Music was performing at the event for the first time. It was two days after my grandmother had passed away, and I felt too distraught to attend the show, but made a last minute decision to do so to get my mind off things and be around friends and positive energy.
I came across Definition rehearsing their piece backstage and stopped to listen. From there, we spent the better part of an hour talking about everything from hip hop to neurology, and I was impressed with not only their rhymes, but how well-versed they were in a variety of fields such as religion, philosophy, and science. Their performance was the highlight of the show as they combined rap with dramatic arts, and the hunger and the desire they showed on stage resonated with everyone in the audience.
I can’t say I knew Prashant well enough to call him a friend, but the brief time I spent with him helped me when I was at a low point emotionally. I will remember him as an intelligent mind and a talented poet, and though his time on earth was cut short, the stories I’ve heard from his friends and family let me know he deeply touched everyone who he shared his life with.
"Dry your tears and raise your heads to greet the dawn. Look at death like a column of light between my bed and the infinite. Leave me to God and disperse yourselves. Go back to your dwellings and you will find there that which death cannot remove from you and me. Leave with peace." - Kahlil Gibran

One of my favorite parts of making music is meeting other young artists and listening to them speak on what inspires them and what they want to create and achieve. I first met Prashant Tiwari a year ago at When Lions Roar when his group Definition Music was performing at the event for the first time. It was two days after my grandmother had passed away, and I felt too distraught to attend the show, but made a last minute decision to do so to get my mind off things and be around friends and positive energy.

I came across Definition rehearsing their piece backstage and stopped to listen. From there, we spent the better part of an hour talking about everything from hip hop to neurology, and I was impressed with not only their rhymes, but how well-versed they were in a variety of fields such as religion, philosophy, and science. Their performance was the highlight of the show as they combined rap with dramatic arts, and the hunger and the desire they showed on stage resonated with everyone in the audience.

I can’t say I knew Prashant well enough to call him a friend, but the brief time I spent with him helped me when I was at a low point emotionally. I will remember him as an intelligent mind and a talented poet, and though his time on earth was cut short, the stories I’ve heard from his friends and family let me know he deeply touched everyone who he shared his life with.

"Dry your tears and raise your heads to greet the dawn. Look at death like a column of light between my bed and the infinite. Leave me to God and disperse yourselves. Go back to your dwellings and you will find there that which death cannot remove from you and me. Leave with peace." - Kahlil Gibran

Performing this Saturday with Humble the Poet & friends

Performing this Saturday with Humble the Poet & friends

Anonymous asked: inshallah? i swear youre a sikh..

First, you’re throwing too many labels around. And second, please understand the use of Allah, Raam, and Khuda is not restricted to anyone.

Anonymous asked: any new shit coming out?

New video at the end of the month. A few EPs are in the works as well with Dusty Loops, MC Fubb, and B Magic. Hope to drop all of those projects this year, Inshallah.

For the children.

For the children.

Mainline a fifth of duas

30 years later and perpetrators of genocide still run the country.

30 years later and perpetrators of genocide still run the country.