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Nas – For My Brothers With Daughters Throwback


Nas – For My Brothers With Daughters Throwback



Raising a girl is far much harder than raising a son. The same methods can’t be used when raising daughters that you would use to raise your son. This weeks throwback goes out to the fellas with daughters. After seeing the images circling the internet of Nas daughter who I hold much respect for. I can see why he wrote a song like ‘Daughters’, knowing that this day would soon come that she’s posting a few inappropriate images on the gram and across the net.

 

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JAY-Z explains bars about Kanye West from Kill JAY-Z

You dropped outta school, you lost your principles
I know people backstab you, I feel bad, too
But this “fuck everybody” attitude ain’t natural
But you ain’t the same, this ain’t KumbaYe
But you got hurt because you did cool by ‘Ye
You gave him twenty million without blinkin’
He gave you twenty minutes on stage, fuck was he thinkin’?
“Fuck wrong with everybody?” is what you sayin’
But if everybody’s crazy, you’re the one that’s insane

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What we talkin’ about? Real shit, or we talkin’ about rhymes?

What we talkin’ about? Real shit, or we talkin’ about rhymes?

What’s the beef about between Jay-Z and Kanye West? JAY Z says he has a legitimate grudge with the college dropout. Supposedly Kanye crossed the line by talking much shit about the 4:44 rap stars family during one of Kanye West rants broadcasted across the world. Jay says him and Kanye has had arguments in the past but  never crossed the boundaries between one another. Him and Kanyes friendship is no where near being repaired. It’s going to take a lot more than a sorry to repair things or this will turnout another JAY VS Dame fight. And being we saw Dames empire fall we kind of know who’ll win this war. Who will win the war between JAY-Z and Kan Yeezy?

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Billboard History: An All Hip-Hop Top Five

Billboard History: An All Hip-Hop Top Five

By Sharif Dyson

For the First time ever in Billboard chart history, 5 Hip-hop albums swept the first top 5 spots. JAY-Z’s 4:44 is number 1 for the 2nd week in a row. Kendrick Lamar’s DAMN takes the number 2 spot. French Montana’s Jungle Rules debuts at number 3.DJ Khaled’s Grateful holds the number 4 place and 21 Savage’s Issa Album sits at number 5 after dropping down from number 2.

I’m hype that the Top 5 are Hip-Hop Albums

JAY-Z – 4:44
KENDRICK LAMAR – DAMN
FRENCH MONTANA – JUNGLE RULES
DJ KHALED – GRATEFUL
21 SAVAGE – ISSA

Wyclef Jean – Carnival III: The Fall and Rise of a Fugee

Carnival III: The Rise and Fall of a Refugee last the 3rd installment in the Carnival series by Wyclef Jean featuring contributions from Emeli Sande, Supah Mario, The Knocks, and Lunch Money Lewis. Wyclef is known for his wealth of musical influences from jazz to classic rock to reggae.

With his critically acclaimed, Grammy® nominated debut The Carnival, he launched himself as a producer and solo artist whose work drew from elements of pop, country, folk, disco, Latin, and electronic music. As a solo artist, Wyclef Jean has released six albums that have sold nearly nine million copies worldwide, including 1997’s The Carnival and 2000 s The Ecleftic: 2 Sides II a Book.

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The Mixtape King

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Lil Scrappy Gives Review On Jay-Z “4:44” Album: The Punchline About Future Was Cold

(AllHipHop News) While rappers like Future and Young Buck appeared to be critical of JAY-Z’s 4:44, one fellow southerner has nothing but praise for the project.

Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta star Lil Scrappy was asked about Hov’s latest musical effort.

“I love Jay-Z’s 4:44 album,” Scrappy told DJ Smallz. “It’s breaking down all the lame sh-t everybody be doing.”

One of the most talked about lines from 4:44 is on the track titled “The Story of O.J.”

Jay-Z rapped on the record, “Y’all on the Gram holding money to your ear. There’s a disconnect, we don’t call that money over here.”

Those particular lyrics have caused debate online about rap stars flaunting their wealth on social media.

Scrappy shared his reaction to Jay’s bars about the “money phone” trend.

“I even had a stack to my ear when I was listing to it,” recalled Scrap. “I was like [mimics putting money in his pocket]… I’m gonna put my money back in my bank account then… I was feeling that.”

The one time Lil Jon protegé also defended Jay-Z against backlash from other people that took issue with his “The Story of O.J.” bars.

“He’s just in a different league,” stated Scrappy about the Hip Hop legend. “He’s talking to the dudes that supposed to be grown, the grown dudes that wanna act like the kids. It’s backward.”

Scrappy also explained how it was actually a line from “Kill Jay-Z” that hit him the hardest.

The song features Hov spitting, “I don’t even know what you woulda done. In the Future, other n-ggas playing football with your son.”

“That was the one,” declared Scrappy.

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JAY-Z Earns 2017’s Fourth-Largest Album Sales

A few hours ago I discovered JAY-Z continued his record with most number one debuts with number 14. Following a week of exclusive streaming on Tidal in which play counts were not reported. JAY-Z 4:44 album has debuted #1 on Billboard 200 in the second week. 4:44 is JAY-z 14th number one album. Moving 262,000 falling behind Kendrick Lamar, Drake’s and Ed Sheeran’s sales.

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JAY-Z Tells Beyonce Sorry Publicly Via Video

Beyonce performed a song named sorry, where she’s blatantly not apologizing for hurting JAY-Z by not responding to his calls and she’s doing it purposely because clearly, he done hurt her ass. Now we know what the incident in the elevator was all about between Solange beating JAY-Z ass. Definitely was all about HOV fucking with Becky with the good hair. HOV comes back with song 4:44 rebuttal apologizing for his cheating on Beyonce with Becky with the good hair. Between the two songs, you can see the couple has squashed the issues within the relationship and decided to rekindle and strengthen what they have worked on over the elapsed 10 years with each other.

 

 

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JAY-Z – 4:44 EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

The JAY-Z 4:44 video is a demented video with meaning to it. Amidst all the anarchy that operated within the Beyonce & JAY-Z bond that was foreign to the world, the video reveals all inside their relationship which was many absurd moments they’ve gone through before they transferred into a level of prominence, just like anyone elses relationship. People think because they’re famous they’re blameless.

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The Birth Of A Culture Dying

Grand Master Melle Mel – The Message

It’s agreed Hip-hop Was Born but why? Was it for Story Telling?, It’s an organic explosion of culture that merged different aspects of creativity, dance, art, and music. Each aspect has evolved and been built superimposed since the 1970s when hip hop emerged and the term was coined.

DJing, for example, is now a universally accepted art form. Graffiti art, Banksy is a globally recognized artist. Rapping and Hip-hop music dominates pop music. What do art and expression do? That’s a huge question. But Hip Hop to me is usually about a new perspective on the world that surrounds and gives a narrative to the urban experience, epitomized by Grand Master Melle Mel’ The Message.

Hip Hop wasn’t designed. It was born. If it had a purpose early on, that purpose was to party. DJs kept the party moving. Emcees professed adulation for the DJ. Break dancers danced to the beats the DJs spun and graffiti artists did a whole bunch of stuff including promoting the parties that the DJs spun at which the emcees spoke about which the dancer’s danced at…and on and on and on until the break of dawn.

Hip-hop was born out of a culture dedicated to a party, but it’s grown into much more and devolved into much less, but no one can say it was invented.

2PAC – Hit Em Up

The term Hip-hop was born following a culture of people who gathered to escape a nation filled with human brutality. The nation arose upon a group of people, the African Americans. These people were not accepted in society as equal, so these people who were displaced of equal opportunities adapted to each other which brought the commencement of Hip-hop.

Bringing together their own arts and other manifestations of human intellectual performance to be viewed collectively by each other gave the African Americans a feeling of pride and power. Hip-hop had become a body of motivation, inspiration, and acceptance. We have all observed Hip-hop emerge and at the same time immerse. What once was used to help educate, build and transform each other is now being used to tear down, destroy and kill one another.

KRS1 – Bridge Is Over

Hip-hop beef back in the 80s always went as intended, just battle raps. Rappers went at each other’s heads lyrically just to question each other lyrical skills out by dropping a few verses, cuss words and diss songs to see which emcee dominated. You would hear each emcee verse or song, judge it as a listener and say who you felt won the rap battle.

Hip-hop was always about fun and dance to put it simple and plain. Where it’s headed now, we don’t actually know but I’m hoping the Hip-hop culture brings it back to the origin when all the rap battles were for the stage.

The rappers in this age have taken the same beats, words that were formerly used in songs like “The Message” to build a culture and now use these same expressions along with an unmatched dysfunctional mindset to make the culture of this mass of Giants a much weaker force.

Hip-hop is now driving this generation to not use tools that can aid a culture to improve. JAY-Z vocalized this in his song Family Feud “Nobody wins when the family feud, we all screwed cause we never had the tools”. Hip-hop was always a musicology that carried an expression of emotions. The culture has forgotten where it originated from, so, it can’t comprehend where it’s going.

“Nobody wins when the family feud, we all screwed cause we never had the tools”.

Hip-hop was always a musicology that carried an expression of emotions. The culture has forgotten where it originated from, so, it can’t comprehend where it’s going.

JAY-Z – Family Feud

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