L’Orange – Need You (feat. Blu) || Official Music Video ***messymandella***

 

 

 

 

Ugly Heroes| Apollo Brown, Vebral Kent, Red Pill***messymandella***


 

 “An Ugly Hero is considered a myth. Growing up, the heroes we saw in cartoons and movies were perfectly chiseled, intelligent, and had senses none of us possess. An UGLY HERO is the everyday blue-collar individual that makes the world go ’round. These are the heroes that work hard all day, everyday to help ensure that the lives around them are taken care of, and do it all without recognition. They wear themselves into the ground and sacrifice vanity for family.”

 

Don’t ever sacrifice your passion for ART! When you give up on the world we lose knowledge and divine light,that could be pleasing and beneficial to the entertainment world. All writers, rappers, artist, and directors must compromise their pain, at times to bring the world their gift. You may be eating Ramen Noodles now, because that is all you can afford, but that struggle is inside of you!
        Don’t forget  your unique love for the spiritual and artistic vision  that everyone deserves to appreciate and emulate. Even if you are a waitress paying bills and feel like giving up, countless of others have been in your same predicament. Pay your bills, but still keep shining.
That struggle is what is keeping you motivated, and don’t let every day struggle omit your passion for life.
Sometimes we have to go through Hell, to get to Heaven.

 

 

NSFW: Big K.R.I.T. – “Mt. Olympus” ***messymandella***

I’m Going Down, But I GOT TO HAVE IT! ***messymandella***Mary J. Blige AND ED OG AND DA BULL DOGS


 
Life of a Kid in the Ghetto is the debut album from Boston emcee Ed O.G. & Da Bulldogs, released in 1991.
He released his first album in 1991 with his group Da Bulldogs, titled Life of a Kid in the Ghetto. The album included the song “Be a Father to Your Child,” which received airplay on local Boston radio stations, and “I Got To Have It”, which was sampled later by Mary J. Blige on the track “Ooh!”. The group was dropped from Mercury Records in 1993. They have worked with Pete Rock, DJ Premier independently but still remain active on mixtapes.

 

 

PHONTE – The Good Fight (NSFW: directed by Kenneth Price) ***messymandella***


 

 

PHONTE ft. EVIDENCE & BIG K.R.I.T. – The Life Of Kings***messymandella***

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