The Life

The Last Round (Final Album)  

This is it my final album. It's been a crazy journey and the game has been a challenging one. "The Last Round" is the last LP of yours truly. I appreciate all your support throughout the years, but all great things must come to an end. If you ever shared a video or liked anything I've put out, I appreciate that the hard work hasnt' gone unnoticed and there may be other ventures coming from me in the near future. Stay on the lookout and once again thank you. You can pre-order "The Last Round" on iTunes and will be available on all streaming platforms. 

Type 1 Album Review !!!! 


Grant wrote: 

If you haven't taken time to tune in with up and coming artist, you should take a Listen to the EP, TYPE 1 by AG who immediately Goes In (Straight Raw Gut w/ range) His narration weaves pure heartfelt fire trials and triumph over precision production, while offering his life's journey of testimonials of losing everything physically, emotionally, almost mentally, being diagnosed and body building back track by track cemented with ferocious hits potentials.... 

Type 1 is a collision of a long self-reflected purged soul coupled with the point blank craftsmanship of AG'S spirit wrestling military
is suppose combating street infused harmonic southern bluesy rider's Beat Bangers ....The result is a hidden jewel EP that is a rare find start to finishing a collection of artistic music that will grip listeners hearing with edgy delight in everyday struggle survive storytelling music....The kind that does is supposed to do and alter vibes and simply relates... 

The head bobbing Dreaming sets it off with AG using meditation to set his demons free and steam rolls into the prayer seeking speaking Heaven over his seed Purple Confession.... AG allows the EP to breathe with lost love's deceptions They Don't Understand.....The Irie Icing production and feature of one of the South's most known LiveSosa hooks the Chilling Sub Zero, Tell Me were he admits he doesn't love'em but respect'em cause he has a daughter. The Ep is crisp with the social tears of October Interlude and the family weighing ties tied up in lost loved ones of Last Breath....If you Open your Ears yours Eyes will be Opened....AG'S music is up next!!!!


There are two main types of diabetes:  Type 1 diabetes (T1D) is an incurable, auto-immune disease, not a lifestyle disease.  T1D accounts for roughly 10% of the almost 400 million global cases of diabetes and people with Type 1 are insulin-dependent for life.  Type 2 diabetes occurs when the body cannot properly use insulin, also known as insulin resistance, and can often be treated with diet, exercise, and medication. 

What is Type 1 diabetes?  

T1D is a chronic, autoimmune condition that occurs when the body’s own immune system attacks the insulin-producing beta cells of the pancreas. This attack leaves the pancreas with little or no ability to produce insulin, a hormone that regulates blood sugar. Without insulin, sugar stays in the blood and can cause serious damage to organ systems. When we eat, our bodies break down complex carbohydrates into glucose, the fuel we need. The pancreas releases insulin that acts as a kind of key to unlock the cells, allowing glucose to enter and be absorbed. Without fuel, cells in the body cannot survive. In addition, excess glucose can make the bloodstream too acidic, resulting in diabetic ketoacidosis, which can be fatal if not treated. People with T1D must inject or pump insulin into their bodies every day to carefully regulate blood sugar. 

T1D is neither preventable nor curable and while its cause is unknown, studies prove that T1D results from a genetic predisposition together with an environmental trigger. 

Living with T1D is a full-time balancing act requiring constant attention to avoid acute, life-threatening hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) or the long-term damage done by hyperglycemia (high blood sugar). Blood sugar levels must be monitored either with finger pricks or a continuous glucose monitor. Insulin doses must then be calculated based on activity and stress levels, food intake, illness and additional factors. These calculations are rarely perfect resulting in a tremendous emotional and mental burden for both patient and caregivers.