At.Long.Last.ASAP The mind and collaboration of the ASAP Mob is still willingly providing music entertainment to young men and women that are required to jump on the bandwagon and not have one single thought inside of them, unless it is drug use.
It is easier to pretend this world is better that way…
Yams, the co-founder of the Mob will rest in peace and hopefully the lyrics will overshadow the entire stereotype associated with ASAP Rocky and his clique.
Behind every talented man or woman is a demon. The same demon that plagued Jimi Hendrix also ended the life of Jim Morrison. This “LSD” is a bright reminder of those experimental days in the psychedelic world, but after the death of Yam’s maybe it is time to be socially responsible. We deserve to hear the other side of the Mob and in this subject matter overshadows the talent and feeds into the propaganda that is associated with these overlooked by hip hop heads, other rappers that are beginning their indie career that aspire to be famous as these young men.
Let someone else have a chance and don’t glorify the horrific situation that removed your founder from your lives.
Long Live, Yams!
LOCKS OF LOVE
“Our mission is to return a sense of self, confidence and normalcy to children suffering from hair loss by utilizing donated ponytails to provide the highest quality hair prosthetics to financially disadvantaged children. The children receive hair prostheses free of charge or on a sliding scale, based on financial need.”
Women of all ages should have the opportunity to feel attractive and witness positive glances from onlookers.
Sadly, it is imperative to regain courage when we are faced with illness, and love those that depend on us to facilitate in the fight of Cancer.
In this world a little girl with hair loss will observe the glances and stares at people of all ages, but even without that hair she is still beautiful.
Can you envision one day having long flowing pony tails and the prettiest dresses, and happiness until you visit the hospital?
Some little girls decide to wear headbands, but other women and little girls yearn to look as similar to themselves before their body chemistry changed and the hair loss results are usually observed through the deficiency of hair growth and tone of the skin.
If you can’t grow it, the world has given us so many options for hair growth, but with the souls of generous people, those layers of hair swept up on the salon floor, can go to a cause instead of being swept up and thrown away in a trash bin. Those locks bring smiles to tear-stained faces that are fighting a battle we can’t comprehend but sadly witness.
The locks that are donated to the cause bring happiness in a little girl’s life and are helpful to her well being and self-love. Thankfully Locks Of Love gives the little courageous princess a chance to have her crown back.
Locks of Love
234 Southern Blvd.
West Palm Beach, FL 33405-2701
Phone (561) 833-7332
Fax (561) 833-7962
Toll Free Information Line (888) 896-1588
This is one of my favorite songs!(1999) I am not ashamed, well maybe a little…
“Nneka’s passionate sense of social consciousness also led her to co-found a charity called The Rope Foundation, in 2012, with Sierra Leonean MC Ahmed Nyeie [aka Genda].
The Rope Foundation serves as a platform for young men and women to express themselves through art.” –Quote retrieved from her biography on her official website.
Nigerian singer-songwriter Nneka is back – with a captivating, reggae-tinged fourth album “My Fairy Tales” entered the world on February 25, 2015.
HIP-HOP LEGEND Nas calls her “amazing” and “an incredible artist.”
The Sunday Times hailed her as the new Lauryn Hill and said her debut album was “as good as The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill.”
“If the roots are rotten the branches and the flowers will never grow.”-nneka