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Chronicles of The Electromagnetic Field General. The Carnegie Mellon Session Listening Party

 

Saturday June 17th 1101 Kenyon ST, NW 6PM- 9PM. Da Great Deity Dah and his Super Friends will be having a music and technology listening party. The 5 Bros with Ugly Clothes would be performing, along with Da Great Deity Dah and Ibn Nur Quiet Storm 720 aka Chico’s Son. Listen to the Intel #Hackharassment PSA Stop the Bullying along to the incredible tracks recorded at Carnegie Mellon University with the music department.  Meet Wole Idowu, Toyz Electronics co-founder. A Ward 8 in Washington, DC native, he was featured on CNBC as a High School graduate at 15, graduated Carnegie Mellon University with an Electrical and Computer Engineering degree and 2 business minors at 20, along with founding a student organization, becoming Intel Hack Harassment Ambassador, and starting Toyz Electronics on the Carnegie Mellon campus as an official startup in the Swartz Center for Entrepreneurship. Get a personal demo of his new product, The Toyz Watch, which features; Android 5.1 OS, 2MP Camera, 1GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, a heart rate monitor, quad core processor, 400×400 1.39in display, independent phone call making capabilities with a 3G SIM Card, and so much more. Visit http://toyznation.com/?product=toyz-watch or http://lifeordeath20th.com/product/toyz-watch/ and Pre-Order the very limited beta and use WOLEDC at checkout to save $50. This is just the beginning, Da Great Deity Dah Smart Speakers, based on the design of the Action figure USB is coming soon featuring; Artificial Intelligence, voice command, and so much more.  Follow us @toyzelectronics at Facebook, Twitter, Instagram.  Visit his blog @ www.tngl.biz to get updates.

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Da Great Deity Dah Comic Book


The Real Lyrical Hero debuts on the pages of this gripping saga of Da Great Deity Dah. The comic book chronicles the journey from the realm of thought way left of the periodic chart into the tangible hell that is the Earth. The comic is written by Da Great Deity Dah himself and illustrated by Dan the Man and Nasir Ahmad.

Story Line for Comic Book
From a distant galaxy unbeknownst to man, beams a Universal Solider to the third realm of Earth. Unknown to him, he had been a General of the Electromagnetic Fields for millenniums and has been commanded by All Existence to arrive on Earth to alter the vibrations of humanity. A daunting task for many, but this character is unusual. He is Da Great Deity Dah and his will is tremendous. He is an etheric force of energy who had been carefully observing the vessel of a human. Over a period of time, he began to take over the subject’s body more and more and as we speak, more transformations are taking place.
Upon arrival on earth, he noticed that there were beings who looked like him and he felt they might be of the same breed. (Actually, they were, but they refused the responsibility of contributing to the task of balancing the universal energy of the Universe.) He attempted to contact them and interact but he always noticed their inability to be honest, honorable, sincere, humble, and peaceful. It puzzled him, especially the women who have been endowed with the ability to create all human species in the universe.
During Da Great Deity Dah’s travels, he had come to the conclusion that he evolved out of triple darkness into a being of liquid properties called melanin then evolved further into his Supreme Being state as a host for various bacteria and microbes. On Earth, he realized Ego was a big problem and it was best stroked by humans trying to display their intelligence, mental acuity and superiority over each other then using religion to keep the weak-souled intact so they would not reach their potential.
In the future generation, he observed one culture that spoke universally regardless of race, culture, or creed. It was an art form called Hip-Hop. The arena of combat was called the stage and the weapon of combat was a microphone which amplified vocal tones and psionic energy ebbing from Masters of Ceremonies. Many masters had the ability to totally dismantle a man’s psyche to the point they felt worthless. The torture of the whole scene was that one was lured in to emit speech by hypnotic symphonies that counted meter on a pounding drum which lured the mere fiber of one’s soul to want to gyrate a dance, modify a previous tone in a new rhythmic manner, or create a mural as a tribute to the magnitude of what was witnessed.
The unfairness Da Great Deity Dah observed was of vultures who took advantage of untrained recruits by offering trinkets and tokens for their souls and psionic power, entrapped on digital magnetic tapes. This created flashbacks for Da Great Deity Dah of times when his kindred were kidnapped by Serpents descending from their weakest part. He understood the magnitude of what was transpiring. Whoever controlled the Nubian youth, held destiny under siege and could control the balance of the whole universe. Da Great Deity Dah began to see the quest of his mission. He noticed sporadic flashbacks occurring as he moved about and recorded these events in a journal called Holy Scriptures (scriptures written by a celestial being). He realized that the format resembled that of the youths who emit the energy in the hip-hop encoded format.
He also noticed a sincere love and compassion of the Maiden of Earth and sought to nurture them especially because they had the daunting task of housing the future in a cocoon called the womb. He also realized that he was a scientist by nature, due to the fact he appreciated one of his wives (Earth) and sought to observe her every movements. His light, he observed, allowed her to have vegetation and was the spark of life.
The Mathematics he had learned while in his previous form was returning in variant forms and the most powerful was alchemy. So, utilizing his mind, he constructed the perfect weapons for combat. His mics were laced with gold for their unique ability to channel and refract light, amplifying at the same time the psionic type with furious blast that made people behold the might of his voice. He felt the plight of the human and first told those who would listen that his mission was to be accomplished in life or death and to aid in their daily plight, he provided mental weapons essential for their survival to make them powerful in the revival of cerebral warfare. The children of the serpents were at work again twisting facts and presenting distorted images though a corrupted science called media. It became hard to identify the enemy. The bottom line was harmony.
Da Great Deity Dah found allies on his quest and they decided to form The Magistrates of the Truth, a battle force of Universal Allies who utilize the most powerful weapons in the universe to attain their means (acknowledgment of All existence). The truth had a way of bringing light to darkness and setting the kidnapped captives free.

 

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Da Great Deity Dah Releases “The Soundtrack to the Resistance” Declaration of War Revisited

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Da Great Deity Dah Releases “The Soundtrack to the Resistance” Declaration of War Revisited

 

90s MC and DC’s finest releases new double album and takes steps to address issues in the community

Washington, DC, USA- (February 3, 2017) Da Great Deity Dah releases his long-awaited album, Declaration of War Revisited amid unrest at the beginning of the presidential term of President Trump.  In 1998, Da Great Deity Dah released his 4th Studio project, Declaration of War, met with incredible reception worldwide with fans across the globe buying the classic album on vinyl and for the first time, at that point, a music project on CD.  Focusing on topics of criminal justice, spirituality, civil rights, and his personal journey in life as a young black male in America, Declaration of War, resonated with the masses worldwide who sought food for the mind, and appreciated the finest in lyrical dexterity and quality prose.  Declaration of War Revisited is just that, a double CD featuring the original album with additional tracks, plus an entire album of remixes of each track and additional unreleased tracks from the 90s.  The remixing of the album was unlike any done before, as Deity Dah partnered with his son, Wole Idowu, who he raised in DC and who graduated high school at 15 to study electrical and computer engineering at Carnegie Mellon University.  Wole has a student organization, Toyz Nation Gaming League (TNGL), on campus that is focused on diversity in technology and creative industries. They have organized multi-discipline hackathons with a diverse group of students across lines of race, sexuality, gender, religion, majors, and universities.  Quincy “Big Heff” Taylor, a marketing representative from Def Jam, who said of the project “The creative process of this project from Deity Dah fits so much  from classic hip hop with substance, animation with a comic book , technology with Toyz Watch , vintage vinyl , and action figures it’s the rebirth of a timeless project” spoke to the students about career opportunities in the music industry; Google had an engineer advise students on development of applications using sensors and data gathering with wearables; Oculus partnered and students developed VR games using systems built by Da Great Deity Dah; and producers from the original project: Mood and Vibrations and Slimcat78, taught students how to produce music, some of which was used to contribute remixes to this project. Students were also able to develop applications for an Android smartwatch, the Toyz Watch, which Wole is developing on campus for his startup, Toyz Electronics. The Toyz Watch is also the centerpiece of a nationwide community outreach initiative with Quincy Taylor called Toyz in Da Hood.  Da Great Deity Dah is also working with local students from Washington, DC and P.G. County, Maryland on robotics and presented them to the greater scientific community, policy makers, and auto manufacturers, at the most recent Washington Auto Show in Washington, D.C., this past January.  The entire initiative is comprehensive and focuses on career development in multiple fields to prepare underserved communities with the skill and industry relationships to succeed in the workforce.  The release of this album also ties in with a Toyz Nation Developers Conference at Carnegie Mellon University with Wole’s student organization, TNGL, which will feature a recording session with live musicians at Carnegie Mellon Studios, a wearable tech hackathon, VR hackathon, software development using Autodesk, guest speakers including Quincy Taylor, John Dzurik, an innovation expert at the Cleveland Clinic, Gierad Laput from the Future Interfaces Group, Roy Harvey, General Manager of EA Sports studios, Brian Ekins, Principal Developer consultant with Auto Desk, and Tom Corbett, special faculty, Carnegie Mellon’s Entertainment Technology Center. This album is at the intersectionality of creativity, science, medicine, technology, entrepreneurship, and social justice. The first single from the album is Rapmatics, which was produced at the last hackathon by Moods and Vibrations and Da Great Deity Dah.  For more information about the album and the Toyz Nation Developers Conference, visit www.lifeordeath20th.com and www.toyznation.com. Da Great Deity Dah music can be found on all major digital music platforms such as iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, Tidal, and YouTube. Vinyl, CDs, and other merchandise can be ordered here http://www.lifeordeath20th.com Follow Da Great Deity Dah @DaGreatDeityDah on twitter, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, and Soundcloud. Register for the hackathon here http://tnglweekend4.eventbrite.com/

 

 

About Da Great Deity Dah 

21 Years ago, Da Great Deity Dah released the Life or Death EP. 3 other Projects followed including the Declaration of War CD & Vinyl release in 1998. He founded his own recording label Royal Alchemist Productions, LLC which will go on to sign recording artists; 5 Bros MCs, Ibn Nur Quiet Storm 720, The Owners, The Romantic Warrior, among others, and also expand into a multi-media company and publish several magazines including; Owners Illustrated, Hustlenomics, Toyz Nation, Toyz Makers, among others. A comic book, Da Great Deity Dah is also published.  Hustlenomics DVD’s have also been published and a tech startup has been founded on Carnegie Mellon Campus where Hackathon/ Developer Conferences have taken place fostering innovation thru a diverse and inclusive, interscholastic, interdisciplinary approach.