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I’LL SOON BE RELEASING MY FIRST PROJECT IN 6 YEARS!  Sorry for the CAPS but, as you might expect, I’m extremely excited about it!  But why should anyone else be excited about it?  Why should anyone care? What difference does it make whether or not I drop new music?  What significance, if any, does my music have?  Why does it matter?

A lot can happen in 6 years.

Think about it, 6 years ago, in 2010, Steve Jobs introduced FaceTime with the iPhone 4.  The 2010 NCAA football season was Jimbo Fisher’s first year as FSU’s head coach.  It’s the year we learned a Double Rainbow could be so weird.. I mean great!  And, much less notably, October of 2010 was when I released my last project, The Anomaly.  

It’s been 6 years since I last released a CD… 

"Limbo Nation" Release

Head over to the SoundCloud page to check out the newest release, Limbo Nation, featuring the very talented Y.  Limbo Nation is the second release from the highly anticipated upcoming mixtape, "Exile," which will be the first project released by Bane since "The Anomaly," five years ago...

Easter at the Civic Center

Blessed with the opportunity to serve City Church Tallahassee for their Easter service, Bane added a modern touch to a rendition of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah."  Follow the link to view the video.

Bane visits FSU's Sociology of Hip Hop class

Bane recently had the opportunity to be a part of the artist panel in the Sociology of Hip Hop course at Florida State University.  The unique course examines the relationship between Hip Hop and the broader society.  Various social topics are discussed including race, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, gender, and religion and how these topics are reflected in the elements of Hip Hop.  As a Christ follower, faith was inevitably at the center of Bane's thoughts and responses in the discussion with the professors, students and fellow artists.  The class is taught by Dr. Lisa Weinberg (@Soc_Doc) and Andrew Mannheimer (@SuperFlySuperY), both of whom are passionate about Hip Hop and eager to examine the genre's influences on our culture.

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