I originally came from Leyton in East London, where the streets are somewhat deprived of justice.
I moved away when I was fourteen but never forgot where I was from. However, when I did live in London, I used to be an MC. My rap style was justice, and in some parts of the Justice story, you will see I have incorporated this savvy into the dialogue.
Justice duty is my best work to date, with an edgy sarcasm and spontaneous anecdotes from beginning to the end.
The first thing I did before I started writing Justice Duty is meditate and reflect on what people would actually like to view from an ethnic urban point of view (stereotypes and generalisations aside).
I thought to myself that it will have to be ethical with characters that convey moralistic (refined) lifestyles in general, a story which shows off community values.
And that’s just one aspect of Justice Duty.
Originally a crime thriller / comedy, I studied over the narrative to introduce a story with touches of romance and flashes of action.
The themes I chose gave inner-city life an almost positive perspective. This becomes more apparent towards the ending.
The title Justice Duty was chosen as it has the most ethical connotations.