**Before we go any further, please note that I do NOT endorse the use of any hard drugs. That is not what LOVE is about and it's not in line with the fun vibe of this video. Do not mistake the video. The "drug" personifies love.**
I thought it was time to have some fun. The following music video "drug" experience creates a lack of responsibility, but with a vigor of passion. There is no deep message attached here as in my previous films. This means to keep your attention and take you through a trippy journey.
The main theme here - LOVE.
I use myself as the pill to swallow. I am the LOVE DRUG. Come trip on me. Go slow and breathe. You'll come out of this feeling good about yourself. You'll come to - you'll feel energized - you will empower yourself because it's already inside of you to do so.
Sip on the Kool-Aid. This is a friendly experience. I'll be with you along the way to guide you through and ensure that this trip is worth it. Use all of your senses. You're alive!
COME HAVE FUN! GO LOVE! PEACE! HARMONY! EARTH! MUSIC!
Thank you for watching. Let me know what you think. Let's talk about it!
It's my birthday today! May 8th. Happy Birthday, Adam! ;-)
"Once upon a time there was a blonde bombshell named Debbie who wanted a baby boy so badly. Her dreams finally came true and when she gave birth they became the best of friends.
To this day, they remain friends and comrades. Debbie's son, Adam, has learned so much from her. He hopes that one day he can be as strong, loving and admirable as his mother."
**I wouldn't have wanted to celebrate my birthday at midnight with anyone else but my mom. She's literally the COOLEST gal around. How did I get so lucky? If you don't know her...you must! She's my angel forever and always. I love you, mom!**
This video is going to resonate STRONGLY with everyone who lives in NYC and frequents the lovely MTA system.
I rant about three core groups we often see:
Artists/Musicians asking for donations
Drugs addicts posing as artists/musicians who DEMAND your donations
The group of young folk who shout "What time is it?!" "It's showtime!" and then proceed to do an array of incredible acrobatic dancing all around you to the tunes of 1980s punk hip-hop
**Please note that there is language in this video, but it's harmless. We should all know by now that I have a smart ass potty mouth. This is a fun deep-dive into how we all really feel about these three groups**
Due to some recent tragic events that occurred in my Brooklyn apartment, I found myself on a plane headed to the windy city of Chicago for respite. Two of my very best friends, Drew and Natasa, were kind enough to host me while I healed.
This video has some fun music montages, sprinkled with Easter eggs, gorgeous scenery and beautiful people. ;-)
It has been awhile since I released a video of this length, so please know that intricate care went into every image you see. This is a rollercoaster of EMOTION, much how I felt during my healing process, and I wanted to share it with you all.