My new song Blonde has come in several stages -- first BLONDE on my debut album Reconcile Demos, and now a Blonde (Demo) single coming soon. The full-length song is on the way. It is classed as explicit due to the sexual theme of the lyrics. Enjoy! https://soundcloud.com/edmundjwilson/blonde-demo?utm_source=clipboard&utm_campaign=wtshare&utm_medium=widget&utm_content=https%253A%252F%252Fsoundcloud.com%252Fedmundjwilson%252Fblonde-demo Blonde (Demo) - coming soon https://open.spotify.com/track/6pzEJvEzqqPSuaa4Soqz2a?si=c9f69a12029642f2 BLONDE … Continue reading Blonde (demo) – my new (explicit) hip hop (wambop) song
Ending World War III: How a Ye Presidency can contain China, socialize capital, and stop totalitarianism by restoring truth to politics
I have a vision for how to combine political and musical intelligence to reconstitute our understanding of the world and bring peace and prosperity for all. A Ye Presidency is the first step, containing China and capital simultaneously. This is how.
Power (Demo) is out now
The lead single to my third album is out now, in demo form. POWER: https://open.spotify.com/album/3PwkeHKzRjQwQRWP0XOqOY?si=dSeVm2LkRt-EmfMmAazJYw Power (Demo) by Edmund Wilson Eden - artwork by Denis Istomin
RECONCILE: My debut album of demos is out now
After releasing my debut EP 'Born' (see below) on Spotify, I decided to try an LP -- my debut album, Reconcile Demos. Instead of releasing full songs as with Born, many of the songs on my debut album are demos of varied lengths. This reflects the pivot from pop to hip hop that my music … Continue reading RECONCILE: My debut album of demos is out now
Dropping YE24’s dead weight: Girolamo Savonarola, Nick Fuentes, and the temptation of political theology v. Ye’s Machiavellian political economy
1490s Italy was in crisis. The city of Florence was plagued by internal corruption of Medici rule and external threat of French conquests. Girolamo Savonarola promised a revival of Florence through renewed faith in Christianity. Against the spectre of atheistic corruption, this seemed like a good idea. But it wasn’t. It was hell on Earth. … Continue reading Dropping YE24’s dead weight: Girolamo Savonarola, Nick Fuentes, and the temptation of political theology v. Ye’s Machiavellian political economy
The Dark Knight Ascends: The new synthesis of left-wing economics and right-wing rhetoric, and the future Ye Presidency
Original title: Twitter reflections on the state of #YE24 and the future Ye Presidency. With regards to the unofficial YE24 campaign, I have been saying ‘both Nick and Milo’ and ‘neither Nick nor Milo’ in equal measure. This contrasts with the narrative that it is either Nick Fuentes or Milo Yiannopoulos leading YE24. I think … Continue reading The Dark Knight Ascends: The new synthesis of left-wing economics and right-wing rhetoric, and the future Ye Presidency
National Conservatism as Marxism-Leninism: A genuine proposition for thought and political practice
My life is like a child's illusions become reality. KanYe West, ‘See Me Now’, from My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, 2010. An imaginary speech for concluding the National Conservatism Conference, London, 15-17 May 2023. Media sources claim this Conference is unwelcoming to views that are in any way ‘left-wing’ — either Marxist or linked to … Continue reading National Conservatism as Marxism-Leninism: A genuine proposition for thought and political practice
Dear Music Industry, I Am Here To Stay. Join Me!
Dear Record Labels and Music Industry, I am a solo musician with a range of competences but a focus especially on pop, alternative, and hip hop fusion: a genre I call ‘wambop.’ My debut album trilogy ‘The Divine Tragedy’ is rolling out right now — my self-produced EP ‘Born’ is already streaming, and my two … Continue reading Dear Music Industry, I Am Here To Stay. Join Me!
The critique of capital, then and now: Why the ‘right’ is the new left, and Ye is the new Roosevelt
‘A Trump campaign with Bernie Sanders principles.’ Ye’s presidential platform ‘If the poor people all unite, then it’s much harder to control us.’ Andrew Tate, who grew up in extremely impoverished circumstances ‘Capitalists posin’ as compassionate be offendin’ me.’ Kendrick Lamar, ‘Savior’ ‘I’ve got to formulate a plot / Or end up in jail or … Continue reading The critique of capital, then and now: Why the ‘right’ is the new left, and Ye is the new Roosevelt
The fourth wave: A feminist manifesto for ‘incels’
The feminist movement, as conceived in popular consciousness, has gone through three waves. The first wave brought political rights to women after the First World War, and was preceded by both peaceful and direct-action protest — labelled effectively as terrorism at the time by the patriarchal press. The second wave brought economic rights to women … Continue reading The fourth wave: A feminist manifesto for ‘incels’