Just because it’s the weekend doesn’t mean you can’t stay focused.
What more can I saaaaaay?
Yesterday, on March 9th, 17 years ago Biggie Smalls was murdered. Since then, and thereafter 2Pac’s death as well, rap music has never felt the same for me. There are very, very few rappers who moved me like Biggie did. I will never forget the first time I heard “Life After Death” and “Ready to Die” in their entirety. I remember sitting in various rooms of my house and playing them on repeat for days on end. Rap and Biggie told tales of lives that I would never know, but could empathize with. Unfortunately, I can’t say the same for a lot of rap music today.
R.I.P BIG. You will never be forgotten. Your talent is still making sure of that.
Angel Haze does not hold back on this song or music video and why should she? This is powerful art.
When hip hop and R&B were King and Queen of the music industry and before high definition was invented, this song was on heavy rotation. #ilovethe90s
I think everyone’s head will explode after seeing the music video for this track.
Have you picked up your copies/bought them on iTunes yet?! I more excited for M.I.A.’s new album and the reviews continue to stroll right on in. The question to ask is not if either albums are better than their creator’s last, but how much each artist has evolved since then. Let’s listen, shall we?