lunes, 15 de marzo de 2010



Homage (from the French: Hommage) is generally used in modern English to mean any public show of respect to someone to whom one feels indebted. In this sense, a reference within a creative work to someone who greatly influenced the artist would be homage. It is typically used to denote a reference in a work of art or literature to another, at least somewhat widely known, work. In literature and film, homage is similar to an allusion, except that whereas an allusion merely refers to another work, homage typically repeats a recognizable scene or stylistic element from the other work. Homage is also similar to parody, except that parodies typically exaggerate characteristics of previous works for comedic effect.



Let’s go back to the roots

It’s always good to go home

Feel the warm of the original sounds

Once again on your soul

Speakers vibrating highly

Poetry anti mind binding

Talking energy created madly

Geniuses describe this essence as art'y

The roots are talking trough me

Humbly representing always

Sound tracking beats in my head

Make the play list to my homage

Breaking monotony, my specialty

Blowing your conscience, just a side effect

Wrong place, wrong time for your litany

Making peace, never war,

But I’m a warrior, simple as that

A false alarm in the situation

Now I declare is our time

Let’s meet with creativity

To see who really benefits from it all

Stay wide eyed it’s my best advice

And think twice the next time you open your mouth

Plot creation is only used in novels, this is life

And greater street laws than yours are always by my side

Let’s go back to the roots

It’s always good to go home

Are you willing to let loose in music

And to really open and expose your soul?

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