All posts by Keegan Boisson-Yates

Keegan was born and raised in Trinidad until age 14 when he moved to the US. He is a competitive swimmer and wannabe rapper. He has a passion for fine Whiskey. The Cat in the Hat is his all time favorite movie and he can pretty much recite it. One time he met Randy Jackson and asked him to sign his pet rock.

Posted On September 9, 2022By Keegan Boisson-YatesIn Uncategorized

Hello world

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Posted On February 8, 2015By Keegan Boisson-YatesIn Music, Shows

Goddamn! Ooh! Baby!

Goddamn! Oh! Baby! I found myself shouting at regular intervals as I witnessed Andre 3000 work the crowd, make love to the microphone stand, and milk the life out of his performance at Lollapalooza. I thanked God, Allah, Buddha, Oprah and Tom Cruise that I was blessed with the opportunity to witness Outkast perform live. Unless you are legally deaf, there is no acceptable excuse for not liking music. Studies show that people who don’t enjoy music are actually mentally messed up. That isn’t a joke, there is a realRead More

Posted On January 16, 2015By Keegan Boisson-YatesIn Buzzworthy, The Scene

Stop These Famous Fools

  Stop These Famous Fools It’s been awhile since my hands graced the computer keyboard so I can bless the masses with something interesting to read. Reasons for my absence isn’t anyone’s business of course but let’s just say; things got a little weird. Anyway, I’m writing again and as usual I want to talk about something that has been in my gut for a while. I’m one of those people who can’t speak on anything until I get to the point where I’m dreaming about it and realizing thatRead More

Posted On December 16, 2014By Keegan Boisson-YatesIn Miscellaneous, Ramblings

Lunch Break Entry 1

Lunch Break   Blah Blah Blah Change. I notice some loose conversation going on near me. I look up from my tuna salad sandwich that I brought with me for my short lunch break to a harsh realization – it’s almost 2015. This is around the time people start to reflect on the year that they have just survived. It’s around the time where people begin to point out the failures of the past twelve months, usually while cradling a bottle of vodka and sobbing to the music of MarvinRead More

Posted On November 9, 2014By Keegan Boisson-YatesIn Buzzworthy, The Scene

Top 10 Picks: Prez Candidates for 2016

Man, honestly, Obama has done so much good for this country that I think he should get another term! Just kidding, the truth is I know less about politics than I know about thermonuclear biochemistry, which I’m not even sure is an actual thing, to put that into perspective. I am just a distracted teenager who couldn’t care less about who actually runs the country. I’m too concerned about not failing my classes and making it home on Saturday nights, and besides, my voice isn’t being heard anyway. However, IRead More

Posted On October 8, 2014By Keegan Boisson-YatesIn Music, Music Musings

Andre 3000 for President

Andre 3000 for President. Ahem, ahem! Listen up! It’s been awhile since anyone shed some light on some of the celebrities leading the culture. Whether good or bad, the celebrities are the ones showing most of the population how to dress and how to dance and how to talk. They have the loudest voices and while many of them use it to compete in the “Who can be more outlandish for views?” competition; some of them actually use it to inspire deeper thinking or activate action. The list of celebritiesRead More

Posted On September 25, 2014By Keegan Boisson-YatesIn Miscellaneous, Ramblings

The King’s Eulogy

What is to be said about a man so heavily spoken for? Whether his family, friends or famous reputation; anywhere you go the mention of George Boisson, also known as King, leads to conversations and stories of an impressive legacy. It was the kind of impressive legacy that leads one to believe that perhaps King was not just a nickname but some form of actual royalty. What can be said about a man so widely respected? The greatest people are always the hardest to honor. Not much can be saidRead More