a + e | activist rapper: Saul Paul

feat. Ray Kurzweil
February 1, 2020


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~ about
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— music —

venue: South by Southwest
song title: “Ray Kurzweil: keynote round-up rap”
artist: by Saul Paul
year: 2012


 


about | Saul Paul

Saul Paul is a social activist, rapper, and recording artist.  In year 2003, he released his first album. He continues to release albums, tour, and write + produce for other artists — while:

  • uplifting people with positive lyrics
  • being a good role model
  • helping at-risk youth achieve excellence

Saul Paul said: “I’m a musician with a message — entertaining, inspiring, empowering.” Along the way, corporate events discovered his knack for transforming everyday moments into extraordinary memories through music. He co-hosts mainstream events — with custom round-up “recap raps” — reviewing their daily happenings.

His popular, energetic raps contribute to high-profile branded events. Some of his clients: South by SouthWest, Google, ESPN, MTV, TED, the Kennedy Center, the NFL, and the NBA.



on the web | pages

We Dream in 3D | home

Saul Paul | home
Saul Paul | YouTube channel

ReReoute Music | home

tag line: Making music that moves people.


on the web | pages

Austin Under 40 | home
Austin Under 40 | award: Austinite of the Year — Saul Paul • year 2017
Austin Under 40 | award: Arts, Media, Entertainment — Saul Paul • year 2017

tag line: connect • lead • serve

note: Austin Under 40: by Young Women’s Alliance • Young Men’s Business League



— lyrics —

song title: “Ray Kurzweil keynote round-up rap”
artist: by Saul Paul

Today’s keynote was the brilliant Ray Kurzweil
Hosted by Mr. Grossman, which served well
To set-up the platform that it’s a sure fail
If you’re still in the present because you’re stale

Because dude’s mind is where the future is
An accurate title: he’s a futurist
Give him some data
He’ll know what to do with it
Rewind to 1960
He’ll probably tell you who the shooter is
In ’63 — get it? — Kennedy

Wow: and right now he’s actually making these mini-mes
How: at the university of singularity
Apparently because he sees the future with such clarity
How else can I say it, he sees it clearly

No theories, he basically created Siri
The company that became it: Nuance
For him it’s easy, like installing some true fonts

So if you’re a genius, and you are good at math
You can be just like him, otherwise “sufferin’ succotash”
I don’t make the rules, I just play by them
And based on what Kurzweil says, you can’t defy them

Statistically — yeah — it’s improbable
Not impossible, just highly illogical
Looking at my watch, it seems that I have to go
Until then I encourage you stay on-point, like an icicle


on the web | pages

South by SouthWest | home


phrases | from the song

Wikipedia | true fontsdigital typeface from the 1980s • by Apple
Wikipedia
| mini-me — character from the Austin Powers film series • by Mike Myers
Wikipedia | sufferin’ succotash — minced oath from cartoon cat Sylvester • by Warner Bros.

  • visit • “Siri” — refers to Siri by Apple
  • visit • “Nuance” — refers to Nuance
  • visit • “Mr. Grossman” — refers to Lev Grossman
  • visit • “Kennedy” — refers to John Fitzgerald Kennedy
  • visit • “Kennedy Center” — refers to John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
  • visit • “university of singularity” — refers to Singularity University

— notes —

SXSW = South by SouthWest

3D = 3-dimensional
NFL = National Football League
NBA = National Basketball Association
TED = Technology, Entertainment, Design

MTV = Music Television
BET = Black Entertainment Network
ESPN = Empire + Sports Programming Network

* Google is under umbrella: Alphabet
* ESPN is under umbrellaWalt Disney
* MTV is under umbrellaViacom
* BET is under umbrella: Viacom


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story title: a + e | activist rapper Saul Paul
deck: feat. Ray Kurzweil
folder: a + e

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