One2FlowOn- “THE CHEF”

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One2FlowOn- “#NEWRULES2″

 

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One2FlowOn- “HIP-HOP BLOGGIN”

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SPECIAL DELIVERY: I’m Looking

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Honestly, this is the only time I’m looking at you. Whether you have something ignorant to say, or some intelligence shines through. I’m saying. That’s why you look like that right? You’re only trying to make one statement. That statement doesn’t have anything to do with rhymes or beats or Hip-Hop.

It’s about, “how can I get them to pay attention to me?” That pic right there. No sound, no interview, just that. Turn around to identify yourself, and then turn back around. Men want to see it, woman laugh at it. It’s like entertainment. Just not the entertainment business you see yourself in. No. Your sh*t is more like a circus.

A freak of nature. Nobody cares about their background. Just do that thing that you do. You asked me to look right? You wanted me to look, now you don’t like that kind of attention?

Soooo, using a iconic picture of the great El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz also known as Malcom X… Hell.. to you he might as well be Malcolm Little….

For your pointless statement about “Looking A$$ Niggas”? I didn’t want to touch this one. I almost feel like it was done on purpose. Do something foul, apologize and hope that we are still paying attention while you put out another wack album.

Damn, Black History Month too? Smh. I’ve already said too much. One of these ladies in hip-hop needs to get at her… And no Lil Kim doesn’t count.

“I appreciate the way you look though.”

SPECIAL DELIVERY: 90s Flow

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I remember when Ja Rule screamed into a microphone and said,  “Ya’ll want Pac back?! Well, he’s here!” I was like, “Man, sit yo a$$ down.” There was only one 2pac, and he is gone.

We’ll,  now that pop culture is done imitating the 80s (i.e. tight pants, auto-tune, flat tops) it has turned to the 90s. And Hip-Hop follows…

Look,  I came up in both eras so I have absolutely no problem seeing my youth reborn. It just has to be a line somewhere. It’s one thing to admire a time in history but what is 2014 when you look back on it? A fake a$$ 1994?

I’m more into an evolution. Sure, I love the 90s but I want to hear some new sh*t. I love the homage that A$ap Nast and Joey Bada$$ pay. Just give me something more. Something new.

I think that’s why I like Kendrick so much. He feels like the next step. Like he could rock in any era. And for you 90s dudes, you can’t just listen to “Swimming Pools” and say, “NAH! HELL NO!”

I’m not sure the “Trapped in the 90s” dudes even like this. It’s an insult to them. Can’t say that I would go that far but I somewhat agree.

At the end of the day it comes down to how the music feels. If it’s good, you can’t hate on that. Let’s see where this goes…