The Human Condition (Jon Bellion album)

The Human Condition is the debut studio album by American hip hop recording artist Jon Bellion. The album was released on June 2016, through Visionary Music Group and Capitol Records, it was supported by four promotional singles: "Guillotine", "All Time Low", "80's Films", "Maybe IDK". "All Time Low" was announced as the lead single from the album and was released on May 13, 2016. Bellion released early versions of "All Time Low" and "Woke the F*ck Up" in 2015 along with the song "Woodstock", which did not feature on the record. "Overwhelming" was released as a single on April 25, 2017. The cover art for The Human Condition was created by David Ardinaryas Jacob. Additionally and Caljouw created artwork for each of the tracks on the album; the recurrent themes throughout the fourteen pieces are "...young Jon, current Jon, the old Jon a woman, throughout all the things, she should be muse..". "Guillotine", "80's Films", "Maybe IDK" were released as promotional singles in early 2016. "All Time Low" was released to digital retailers on May 13, 2016, to Top 40 radio on August 30, 2016, as the lead single from the album."Overwhelming" was announced to be the second official single from the album, was released to Top 40 radio on April 25, 2017.

Notes ^ signifies an additional producer On April 27, 2016, two days after the album was announced, Bellion revealed the dates of Part 1 of The Human Condition Tour. Bellion revealed Part 2 and the European Leg on July 26, 2016 and September 29, 2016, respectively. In the United States, The Human Condition debuted at number 5 on the Billboard 200, with 40,000 equivalent album units, marking the second highest debut of the week, it was the fourth best-selling album of the week, selling 32,000 copies in its first week. On September 7, 2017, the album was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America for combined sales and album-equivalent units of over 500,000 units in the United States. "Woke the F*ck Up" was certified gold by the RIAA, in December 2018

Albert D. Nortoni

Albert Dexter Nortoni was a politician and judge from Missouri. Albert D. Nortoni was born in New Cambria, Missouri, on January 26, 1867, he studied law in Missouri, was admitted to the Missouri Bar in 1888, served as city attorney for New Cambria from 1891 to 1892. Nortoni served as Assistant United States District Attorney for the Eastern District of Missouri from 1903 to 1904, was elected judge of the Missouri Court of Appeals, Eastern District. Nortoni married twice, first in 1892 to Maggie Lina Francis of Bevier and again in 1906 to Emma Belcher of Boone County, Missouri. While still serving on the Missouri Court of Appeals, Judge Nortoni was unanimously nominated as the Progressive candidate for Governor of Missouri in the 1912 election. Nortoni received 15.61 % of the vote. Nortoni was an ardent member of the Progressive Party and a strong supporter of Theodore Roosevelt in the 1912 presidential election. In 1916, he predicted that Roosevelt would again run as the Progressive candidate, but would defeat both the Republican nominee and sitting president, Democrat Woodrow Wilson.

However, Nortoni threw his support behind Woodrow Wilson's 1916 re-election campaign, organizing his campaign tour of Missouri, running the Western Democratic Campaign Headquarters for the closing weeks of the 1916 campaign. In 1918, Nortoni campaigned for the Democratic nominee for Senator from Wisconsin, Joseph E. Davies, although he lost to Irvine Lenroot. After losing the 1912 election, Nortoni was appointed by the winner, Governor Elliot Woolfolk Major, to the board of curators for the University of Missouri, he was made a member of the managing committee for the Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy, now the Missouri University of Science and Technology, charged with updating the civil law code for the state of Missouri