Monthly Archives: October 2010

Rick Ross – So In Love

One thing i have noticed about a lot of the plus sized brothers in the world is they try to come off as a smooth dude. Biggie was known to be that kind of guy, smooth dude even though he’ll … Continue reading

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Young Buck – Back On My Buck S**t Part 2 (Mixtape)

Young Buck always had my attention since i got introduced to his music. During his days as a G-Unit soldier, he was providing the perfect Southern twang to the group already blessed with the NY talent from 50, Banks & … Continue reading

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Cowboys vs. Jaguars

I rep for my team even when things are completely going bad. At 1, we’re going to taking on the Jacksonville Jaguars. I want us to get this victory in a dominating fashion but without our starting QB for the … Continue reading

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Nicki Minaj – Roman’s Revenge (Feat. Eminem) (Prod. By Swizz Beatz)

I could do the pervert thing and went with some kind of provocative picture of Nicki but I didnt do it. I personally think Nicki’s a very talented and attractive female. I remember her days when she was sharing the … Continue reading

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It Could Get Ugly Part 2 (Kevin Johnson On Hot Rod)

Part two to It Could Get Ugly takes a dip back into time to find Kevin Johnson dunkin’ all over John “Hot Rod” Williams. Kevin Johnson is one of my all time favorite players ever, he’s a point guard to … Continue reading

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Jim Jones – Like Gangstas (Feat. Snoop Dogg & Rell)

I can’t act like I actually really like Jim Jones, wouldn’t even try if I had to. He represents everything musically that I find myself not liking, lacking of lyrics, annoying flow, among other things. I still give the guy … Continue reading

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Mary J. Blige – My Life

Growing up in a urban household, I grew accustomed to the Queen of Hip-Hop Soul, Mary J. Blige, at a young age. She burst in the industry because her sound was so soulful and fitting with the hip hop scene. … Continue reading

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