King Britt, DJ, Composer and Producer
I look at everything as spirit through human experience, the eternal in a temporary shell.
Given this ideology of humans as spirits in the material world, the present and the future must be one of love. My belief is that self-love leads to love for all human beings.
As a spirit living this human experience, I am a Black man.
In the universe, resonating frequencies (harmonious attraction) come together. As people of color, there are certain vibrations that bring us together, unspoken understandings from past and present shared experiences. These vibrations extend to the trauma (physical, emotional, spiritual, mental) of our ancestors.
Until healed, this trauma will continue to affect our human experience through our spiritual journey. This is why self-love is vital to survival; it will allow us to love ourselves, love one another, and resonate at a higher frequency to create a community based on love.
The most preeminent revolutionary act is love. When you love unconditionally, then change happens. Love yourself fully to begin and sustain the ripple effect of love... to love others.
There are many challenges to loving others, given the stresses that economics, responsibilities, social pressures/expectations, and disconnection place on family units and community; true intention is where one must begin.
As a composer, producer and DJ, I channel music and sound from what I feel are divine sources. I am blessed to be in a position that brings individuals into positive experiences, which affect their state of being.
By exposing me to music, my parents gave me the greatest gift I’ve ever received: an appreciation of the power of music. I knew my path from a tender age and ensured that my every step laid the groundwork to honor my purpose.
To anyone who is reading this, it is never too early or too late to pursue what you love, your purpose.
King Britt's Revolutionary Picks:
Speaking of love, the figures we can learn from are those who created a safe space in our lives, those who loved us. For me it was my parents. My parents exposed me to what they most appreciated.. music. This became not only my safe space, but who I am.
In the grand design, you can know your path by understanding and appreciating what it is that brings you joy and peace. Actively pursuing that love, that thing that fuels you, that which gives you purpose, will create the future that we all must pursue.