I Salute You [Prod. By Lex Luger]. Sackful [Prod.
Rap fans across the world are mourning Nipsey Hussle. The year-old Los Angeles rapper, born Ermias Asghedom, was shot and killed on Sunday in front of his clothing store in L. Listeners, both loyal and casual, have shared their condolences and feelings of disbelief since news of his death began to spread.
I turned the preacher daughter bad, I think I'm a dummy These niggas know what up, know I'm bout whateva' I'm in the streets I keep that heat, you know I be steppin'. I miss the nawf just like my granny, my heart in them trenches Yo' girl gone cheat on you for nothing So I'm done with these bitches I think about it every minute, ain't stoppin' my mission On my payroll I got hittas I pay 'em commision Interrogated by detectives won't tell 'em I did it I told montana that I love him, on dave I meant it Put 20 thousand on his head, they catch him I send it Get on my knee on side the bed like: Father, forgive me Was sellin' weed fucked up my profit, I ain't make a dolla' The fame getting to my niggas, I cut off my partners Before I call on you, I put my trust up in this choppa' Movin' like he can't get touched real quick, I bet I stop em' Nigga ain't give me shit but hand out like I owe him something I don't give a fuck if we step together, I'll show you something Bitches think they slick, they all deceive so I'll never love em' Bre was my first love but she changed so I'll never trust her. This the files of a nigga who ain't neva' bleed This the story of a child who was in them streets Why the fuck I'm taking care of them?
The following is a list of recorded songs by American rapper Tupac Shakur. Reginald Heard. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article does not cite any sources.
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Street cred can be attained through various means, but striking fear in others is one of the more prevalent -- and effective -- ways to go about being respected in the streets, as well as in the realm of hip-hop. Going back as early as pioneers like Melle Mel, who was one of the first street-certified MCs in rap, hip-hop had its fair share of imposing figures during the s, including Just-Ice, Eric B. While there were more than a few fearsome figures in rap, much of the music made prior to -- when acts like N.
And wherever we go And whatever we do And whatever we see And whoever we be It don't matter It don't matter I don't mind cause you don't matter I don't mind cause I don't matter And don't shit matter You'll see in the end. I've got a feeling that there's somethin' more Something that holds us together Something that holds us together The strangest feeling but I can't be sure Something that's old is forever Something that's old is forever. Yeah nigga, forest hills drive.
Hey, I told you that check was coming in, I gotchu when it came in. Goddamn, I'm a man of my word. Goddamn, I told you I'ma have it, and goddamn, I'ma have it for you. Hell, shit, damn right.
A decision had to be made. The point being: Here, for a moment, was music that actively dragooned me into paying attention to it, based not primarily on sound, performance or composition, but on the rolling snowball of perspectives, close readings and ideological disputes accreting around it. When and where will we listen to it?
Needless to say, eight months behind bars was an unwanted interruption. More importantly, the book takes us inside the daily life—and mindset—of a famous rapper forced to swap luxury for lockdown. Most days were more or less the same for Lil Wayne: morning coffee, phone calls, read mail, write rhymes, push-ups, sleep.