WAKA FLOCKA QUITS RAP
WTFlocka Waka Flocka Flame wants to quit rapping? Waka said he’ll be at peace if has to walk around with $200 in his pocket instead of $20,000 because at the end of the day he wants to stay away from the drama and wants to maintain being himself.
But what is going on why did he tweet his retirement?
Waka called into Ryan Cameron Show. “Yup, absolutely true. I’m tired of going through what I go through, and punk asses always rain on my world. There’s so much different haters, fake smiles, different hugs,” he said. “I’d rather work at Wal-Mart than rap, and that’s my word on God. Yup, I put that on Jesus Christ. I’m not lying or nothing.”
NAS and RAEKWON HAVE “RICH AND BLACK” DREAMS
“And regardless to how much power you have. God sends prophets and messengers. They don’t care nothing about your power. Because they come from thee power.” –Louis Farrakhan
There is no other words to describe how Nas is making fans happy with his brand of hip-hop music. His album with Damian Marley was a brutal attack and stamp on all the bullshti that was being played on the radio. Now Nas has come straight from the dungeons of QB – and it don’t stand for quarterback – to team up with the Chef Raekwon to give us the mega-hard mesmerizing track “Rich and Black” – and you know this is GN$F! approved– just watch the video to see what the fukc I’m talking about:
A TRIBE CALLED QUEST and RAPAPORT CAN GET ALONG
Yes, yes, y’all “Check The Rhime” all is good in the hood – the drama between A Tribe Called Quest and Michael Rapaport have been set aside to stage a seamless release for “Beats, Rhymes, and Life: The Travels of A Tribe Called Quest,” the long-awaited documentary. The film is brutally brilliant and truly captures Phife, Q-Tip, Jarobi, and Ali Shaheed Muhammad. A-E-I-O-U and sometimes Y. Read more for the in-depth review of the film.