The first thing that comes to mind is that somebody will pop this dude over Jay...but he's been walking around free as a Jaybird all this time over killing a child🤔
Uhh...$340,000. Tf...they prolly taste like corn dogs which is about the same ingredients give or take. Pass the wasabi.
Via @realpeterock •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• My father started listening to The Roots way before Tipping Point and never stopped. He was from Philly, so ANY Philly rapper, singer, song-writer, etc. was in rotation in my home. I mean...🙄my Daddy was a DJ once upon a time😏 so around my house, we broke records. I've always had an A&R ear because of him. Any underground artist my father brought home, has since popped. Black Thought has always been in my top 5. Period.
The F.C.C. has repealed net neutrality. There was a time in my life that AT&T had a complete monopoly on the communications game. Smaller companies started to merge in hopes of becoming big enough to go against the giant and finally won. With the advancement of technology, by way of streaming, and downloading, more rules were set in place to regulate all of these competing businesses in a system that would utimately protect the consumers. Now we're all fucked again🙄
You gotta discern before you judge. I always hear a lot of negative shit about Uzi Vert. How he dresses, dances, so on and so forth but that's the same shit they popped about Dré (3000 to y'all). And anybody pop off about my family, could get the business. Uzi is the kind of humble I used to love about Atlanta celebs. It was always cool as fuck to run into T-Boz, or Chili, or Left Eye (as I have, all 3 on separate occasions) and have them take time for regular conversations. I remember Cee-Lo walking through IKEA and people were timid and quietly freaking out, and I'm like, "Damn, go say hi-swear he won't bite." There are certain millennial rappers that just remind me of old Atlanta and Uzi is one of them❤ I.F. Kyng Via @kihmmy_j