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New Age Rap Song Gives Listeners a Fresh Take on The End of the Mayan Calendar

Rapper J.Walker's ode to famed December 21, 2012 date ignores apocalyptic predictions in favor of positive transformation.

LOS ANGELES, Dec. 10, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — The Aquarian Shift has been called by many the first New Age rap song. Rapper J.Walker is an artist who has always lived life metaphysically minded. When presented Eric Rankin's novel "The Aquarians," J.Walker wrote a song which speaks to the book's theme of hope, magic and synchronicity ushered in on December 21, 2012.

The Aquarian Shift explores the possibility that the end of the Mayan Calendar is the beginning of a new consciousness. J.Walker says, "December 21 isn't the end of the world but the beginning of a new reality, one where we will focus on peace and love, where imagination and creativity will be valued more than ever and the old ways of the Pisces age will take a back seat to the Aquarian energy."

While many are preparing for some type of Armageddon-like scenario starting December 21, J.Walker is confident that the only real change we can expect is one that brings us closer to a peaceful world. He hopes his song will become the soundtrack to the best that is yet to come.

Purchase "The Aquarian Shift" featuring vocals by Australian artist gilli moon on iTunes and watch the video on YouTube. You can also stream it at

About J.Walker

J.Walker is a counselor, poet, performer, rapper, teacher, motivational speaker, author and healer. Living his dream, J. works as a self proclaimed RHYMECOLOGIST, helping "at risk" youth work through their problems by expressing themselves through rap or poetry. He has lived in five different countries, including Indonesia, Singapore, Argentina, United Arab Emirates and France. Combining his worldly experience with his talent for lyrics and his passion to help people, he created the idea for Rhymecology.

J.Walker is currently the resident poet on the Fox Sports Radio talk show, The Loose Cannons, hosted by Pat O'Brien and friends, where he shares his impromptu freestyles with listeners nationwide.

J.Walker has won numerous poetry slams and talent shows throughout Los Angeles where he conducts seminars and workshops about the how hip-hop can heal and educate.

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