Slaughtahouse

“As I walk through Brooklyn, Compton or whatever,I wonder why black folks don’t wanna stick together. We talk about justice, and how little we get, yet black men be killin’ black men for talkin’ shit… (right… Right…) (“Here’s the one, that one that always talkin’ shit…”) [gun shots] How in the hell we supposed to […]

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Stand up

Here’s the problem I have with that guy with over $100,000,000 sitting out as his form of protest. He’s living proof of the OPPOSITE of oppression. The fact that he’s able to sit as a choice COMPLETELY contradicts his protest of an oppressive nation…An oppressive nation like Cuba (led by Castro, who was on his […]

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American Slavery in 2016

Sky’s the limit when Black people wake up from modern day slavery. The Democrat Party has enslaved the entire Black community since the party’s founding. Throughout the 19th Century and through the 20th the Democrat Party not only supported slavery, but it outright opposed every Civil Rights reform brought forth in effort to free and […]

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The Philosophy of Anthem

Ayn Rand’s, Anthem is an amazing book.  It’s a pretty short read that packs in a heavy message, stressing the importance of the meaning of the word “I.” It shouldn’t be a very difficult thing to explain, but the impact of such a small word is tremendous. I just wanted to share a couple of […]

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Ball Wasn’t Life

Ball Wasn’t Life: A story of hoop reality, not hoop dreams  I wasn’t good at basketball, never really played, but the reaction from the other kids seeing me touch the net in 5th grade drew me to watching the Bulls, but still not playing because I was busy drawing. I’d pretty much shoot only until […]

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#LyricsStillMatter – A Hip Hop Intro To Me

Before I start talking about lyrics and my Hip Hop background, I’ll let some greats speak their minds on a truly great lyricist who took the torch. http://youtu.be/Ltc9CiEq62c I’ve been a Hip Hop head since around 1984 when I heard La Di Da Di, then Dah-ha Dah-ha, then It’s Like That. I soaked it all in […]

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My Music. My Cultural Upbrining

***WARNING** **This will be the worlds longest run on sentence** For a little insight into my music and cultural influences. There won’t be much punctuation, FYI I was raised in an old school Hip Hop, 80`s and 90`s breakdancin/gangstarr/slick rick/fat boys/DOC/low end theory/crush groove/kid capri/watermelon/let the rythm hit`em/boogie down/niggaz4life/too short/the afros/packetman/earth wind & fire/pharcyde/voltron/young mc/black […]

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My Skin

**This seems long because it is** The 40 year of history of MY Skin My skin got the very 1st home I ever lived in, burned to the ground by the KKK. My skin brought me ridicule from Hispanic, White & Black people ALL OF MY LIFE. My skin was the reason I was a […]

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American Pie

I’m going to steal an Adam Carolla American pie analogy here and expand it a little. The American Pie isn’t finite. In this country we have the opportunity to make as many of our own pies as we want with hard work and any recipe we can invent. The left is acting as if there’s […]

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