Lyll Mykk To Release Mixtape, Square Circles

Ugandan based rapper, Lyll Mykk is set to release his first mixtape soon. After bracing airwaves with a number of hits and featuring on other projects he will be releasing this product soon. Release date and tracklisting is yet to be communicated. This is what he has to say about the mixtape. For more information about his music visit here.


Square circles, is a true mirror reflection of the selfish world we are living in today.


It’s never about what you know, but who you know!

Its every were, from government institutions to NGOS, class rooms to play grounds and even churches, it has blanketed us like a canopy.

People are living under a spell of extreme segregation and hate, chasing after their own selfish desires at the expense of others.

It could be individuals, relatives, a group of friends, a tribe, a political party or even a race, and these people take every day that comes as if the world

revolves around their circles.

There is an ocean wide gap between the rich and the poor, the famous and the ordinary, the leaders and the subjects, the shepherds and their lambs because

the bridges are burnt and because of pride no able bodied wants to lend a weak man a hand!

Poverty is only romantic in the books, in real life its cockroaches and rats, disease, tears, immorality and violence. The circles represent the famous, the rich

and the powerful on a sad note the minority who spend their time and/or money doing what they want, when they want it, and how they want it. They become

so absorbed in their own schemes that they neglect the ordinary, the poor and the weak – the majority.


“And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds.” (Heb 10:24)

If one of your friends never offers you any advice, is he a caring person because he accepts you as you are? Or is he just too busy trying to improve his own

situation to be concerned with offering advice to improve yours? Perhaps another friend of yours who provokes you with his constructive criticism is actually

the friend who has your best interests at heart. Perhaps your unselfish friend is the one who tries to stimulate your interest in love and good deeds.

People build circles because they want to be more adept at identifying their needs. (They set goals.) They become more adept at identifying the steps

necessary to meet their needs. (They take action.) They become more stubborn about getting their own way. (They become more determined to reach their

goals.) And they learn how to manipulate (or motivate) others into contributing their time and effort to meet their needs.

When you surrender your life to Jesus, you become a new creation in Christ. (2 Cor: 5:17) Although your old, sinful self passes away, your old training still

remains. The Holy Spirit reinforces any beneficial training you have already received, and counteracts any harmful training.

It is not wise to throw away all of that training. This mixtape is designed to shine a light and change how a selfish person uses that training.

It is okay to trust a few people, but that doesn’t mean you should hate others, everyone needs to be motivated. But you should motivate others to contribute

their time and effort to support the Lord’s work, not your selfish desires and ambitions. It’s never wrong to set goals, to take action, and to be determined.

But you should set goals that benefit others, too, not just yourself.

Selfish people are already trained to be caring and sensitive. The purpose of this mixtape is to show the victims the reason and need to care about someone

else besides themselves!

If all circles can have a singular mind and an outlook of equality like a square, then regardless of inner differences in language, color, political status or family

background, they would fit perfectly into each other from all sides like squares do, and form an even bigger square bound by love and respect.

Squaring circles is serving God and others, and letting the Lord use your love and good deeds to bring lasting results in the lives of others, bringing them (and

yourself) true joy and harmony.


Lyll Mykk


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