A Modern Day Clockwork Orange

Black ClockWork

       "Know you gotta cry, just to smile" the opening line(lyric) of Black ClockWork, and it gives you a basic outline and tone for the 1970's remake "A Clockwork Orange".  The opening video finds our 'hero' roaming the streets of his town aimlessly pondering the ultimate physic of life, the yin/yang, good/evil, gains/losses.  As he gains understanding of this our protagonist/antagonist proceeds down a path of redemption in attempts of massive success.  A Modern Day Clockwork Orange photo 1

"A Clockwork Orange teaches people about freewill and its importance, which is what I base my existence upon.  Nothing can compare to being forced to do something without a choice, no matter the circumstances, natures law.  This is where the stories coincide and why I chose it, or it chose me...."


Wait until Stan Kubric sees this


While we must exercise our rite of freewill we must also be just as mindful to making wise and/or meaningful choices.  A lesson that our antagonists/protagonists have to learn the hard way, before reaching true understanding, of it and it's powers.

Black ClockWork: The Soundtrack 

   Yeah I know, the composition is better than the musical but I tried to "Keep it 'Reel'" ..as possible


.....aahhh, but on a serious note this is my 1st offering or 'noteworthy' gift towards humanity.  A life lesson (taught through personal experience) on the powers/dangers of free will.  One that  could be used towards his/her advantage now to save yourself some headache & time later.

A Modern Day Clockwork Orange photo 2


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Jon Oh! is an indie hip hop artist established in Charleston, South Carolina around the start of 2012. Branding himself as Mr. No Condom, he dedicates his being as a symbol of freewill and reflects this in his music. He encourages others to become more in tune with their inner self through following natural intuition.

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