A Street Dream: The Evergreen Architecture

“Just like a dream I ’ve found on the street—tak peduli kau arsitek atau bukan, arsitektur paling agung tetaplah bangunan bernama kehidupan. Penari atau DJ, rapper atau pembalap liar, apapun, all is good, jadilah arsitek untuk kehidupanmu sendiri... Seperti pepohonan evergreen yang selalu hijau, waktu dan musim bisa mengubah segalanya, tapi tidak dengan siapa dirimu sebenarnya...” - Sean Walker More

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About Angel G.

Angel G. or Angela Githa, is an ordinary girl who has taken her bachelor degree in architecture in Parahyangan Catholic University, yet chose to make a big decision to change directions and follow her passion to be a fiction writer instead by writing a novel. Being a musician, R n’ B female vocalist and raised among many struggling urban artists such as DJs, rappers, street dancers and graffiti artists in local hiphop movement has inspired her to write first street-lit novel, A Street Dream: The Evergreen Architecture. She dedicated the novel as a part of evergreen honesty campaign, to motivate people who are still brave enough to chase dream and those who were lost but come back to live with their purest passions.
You can find her many times crossing the city behind the steering wheel, sucking lollypop and drinking ice cold beer. Or most of the time, behind her laptop.

“This is how you’re gonn’ shoot.
Let ‘em call you either a genius hood, or an alien minded type.
Either a future troop conquering the sky high, or just a bad crook—daydreamer gettin’ hype.
Well just like me, I let ‘em call me whatever they want to call me.

The pain of your story, your dream they call corny, but one thing here you should follow me.
Make belief ‘you’re gonn’ be somebody’, tho’ now they say ‘you’re a what?’
And you ain’t tell me you’re gonn’ flee, for a freedom’s worth
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My name is Angel G’, and for f**k’s sake, I can’t be no one but me.”
– One love, Angel G.

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