Thank you Jabari for putting your idea into action. It has blessed thousands (if not millions) of people. Your vision is an inspiration to many. Keep creating!
Keep doing it big cuz!
Collard Greens has the same rhythm value of Big Sean's Butt Butt Butt song. The beat is hot and the hook is good enough. But I can't feel this dude or Lamar or most LA based rappers or most rappers period. They are doing a great job tricking the young fans today into believing they are wittier than they are. There is nothing witty about this.
"wiggity, wiggity, wiggity wack"
Sorry Dillon - that picture and this op ed is pretty DB. You found that magic market of hip hop outcasts that needed to be marketed much like Rawkus did back when and you have sold it well. Congrats on your accomplishment.
for the record, you blow trees in the air. not hold em. but hey.
I PLAYED AT THE 688 TWICE, STEVE MAY WAS A REAL COOL GUY, I WAS INTRODUCED TO THE PUNK SCENE WHILE IN GERMANY ,AND GREAT BRITAIN. WHILE IN GERMANY I MET A GUY THAT KNEW ,CHRIS WOOD, HE HAD A PHOTO OF HIM , TO ME HE LOOKED LIKE THE DEVIL HIMSELF,I REMEMBER FEELING A WAVE OF FEAR COME OVER ME AT THE SIGHT OF HIM. WHEN I RETURNED FROM EUROPE I CAME TO GEORGIA, I MET CHRIS GOT TO KNOW HE AND HIS GIRL FRIEND KENNAN VERY WELL . I CAN TELL ALL OF YOU, CHRIS WAS NO MURDERER, HE WAS A VERY KIND PERSON . VERY MUCH AWAKE , I LEARNED A LOT FROM CHRIS. I STILL HAVE A TA TOO HE GAVE ME, YES ,I LET THE NEARLY BLIND CHRIS ,NEAR ME WITH A HOME MADE TA TOO GUN ,AND INDIAN INK ... HE ALSO GOT US GIGS AT THE BISTRO AS WELL. THE 688 WAS A FUN PLACE ,I LOVED THAT BRAND BEER. STEVE PUT A BUNCH IN OUR DRESSING/ BAND ROOM, I TRIED TO DRINK IT ALL, AND MORE, THE NEXT DAY I FELT LIKE DEATH, I HAD SOMEONES LEATHER JACKET ON , I RECALL THINKING IF I KEPT THIS UP I WOULD NOT LIVE LONG , I ENDED UP LEAVING THE BAND, AND CHRIS PICKED THEM UP ,AND RE- FORMED "THE RESTRAINTS" ALAN SMITH, LEAD GUITAR, RICK SOUSA , RHYTHM GUITAR, J.B. BRUCE THE THIRD, BASS, AND THE GREAT DAVID PARKS , DRUMS. THOSE GUYS WERE GREAT . MISS YOU CHRIS .LOVE YA BROTHER. I USE CAPS BECAUSE I DON'T SEE WELL, I.M NOT YELLING .
http://grasphelp.org/about-us/ For those who are hurting. This is an organization dealing specifically with deaths from overdoses.
Murph's showed just how dive a bar it really has become, Halloween Contest advertised, every year there are three prizes, $100, $50, $25. After three hours of intense drinking we inquired when the contest would take place. The Bar Manager says I cancelled it. Wasnt enough people...what about us patrons that have been going there, out of stupid negligence, for 20 years. He didnt even tell anyone. One hot number, a sexy doctor was so pissed she walked out without paying her tab after giving a piece of her mind. Hell, we would have won but we would have spent the money at the damn bar...Happy FIn Halloween
Love and Hip hop has great influence on us! They shine like diamonds. Exciting!!!I know a good cheap price but also very fashionable place, it sell diamonds atlanta, I know we also need it.
Agreed. Good read.
I enjoyed this piece thoroughly and am extremely jealous, haha. Cheers to you Chad.
what, no heroin?
One of your best brother! Pushing the envelope on your research (no need to go as far as Hunter S. Thompson though)!
I'm telling your Mama.
And where is Pysche Orgayme? those guys are the best at being the worst.
Why do journos always mention the artist doing drugs during the interview...who cares if he was gutting 3 blunts, not like we smoking it.
Where is JayZ or Drake or Lil Wayne?
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