ANÉ| “It’s driving me outta my mind”
Stability in a life like this can be hard to find. Left and right, up and down, back and forth.. Life is really like a freestyle session. Know your foundation and basics, Searching and following rhythms, have patience, shift between patterns, having people like and dislike what you’re doing. But still having your own freedom of speech and doing in life what you love to do. If instagram dies tomorrow i will still be someone in real life with real family, friends and a real craft. 😂🙏🏾💯 Last year and this year i had over 100 shows i performed in different productions, jobs and showcases.
Last three months i had some time for “myself”. See my family, meditate and got the great news that i’m finally going to see my biolagical mother after almost 17 years this year in Ghana. Defeating some trauma’s. Working behind my laptop on my own projects, Travel and do some battles, coaching, making music. I felt a mix of motivation and then panic attacks scared on what the future holds. Sometimes it’s hard to see the progress if you’re deep inside the process. The temptation of going out in the weekends and selfdestruct (dont get me wrong lol) just to “mute” what’s on the mind. In those parts of life i’m trying not to lose myself in my alter ego’s. This last one is for my youngsters out there.
Everybody have seen good and bad things of eachother. For one person you will be a nice and inspiring individual and others will tell you different. But I can proudly say i’m finding myself again. Feeling like one of the dancers/artist that did and still doing A LOT here in this country. Like everywhere. And i have the best people around me to support and push me in the right direction. So thank you for that 💕When this structure is complete. I will be unstoppable 🙂😈💀☠️👽💯 Thanks family, friends and all peepz for support! 💕🙈🙋🏾♂️ #transitions#artistofbelgium#motivational#gratitude#oseibantu#wearenotpeople#livetoexpressadream#worldcat#gettingthere