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Women we have a problem admitting our ages. Beauty gets better with age, ask Nia Long and Stacey Dash, and Angela Bassett. These women defy age, and prove that age is a state of mind. So if you don’t want to admit your age, let’s just nod if you remember wearing one strap down on your denim suspenders. Do you remember when men wore vest as shirts and baseball hats backwards? How many recall the “Mood Lipstick?” That was a scam because the lipstick was purple on everybody! Can you remember wearing the big earrings with the do it yourself bang and gelling up that baby hair? What about the leather vest and shorts that were “hawt” in the Summer? Camay soap was cool, and some girls wanted to use it because of this song. I myself, was very young, but I still remember. Well, if you do get a little nostalgic that is understandable. Think about the practiced dance routines, that you spent hours perfecting with your dance partner here is the video for you.
This video recorded on October 7,1990 is a reminder of the earliest video cinematography we utilized and how that has grown in the later years. Check out the cheesy backdrop. History and Hip Hop will always be intertwined. LL Cool J is never mentioned as one of the best rappers of all time. The Top 10 list usually list people after 1995. Well, LL Cool J is one of the best and his Kango Hat will always be a part of Hip Hop Fashion, and his trademark. Rap music evolves, and early fashions of the 90′s and the atmosphere have changed. Hip- Hop before we were called bitches and hoes. Got to love it!
The Search for Yung LT’s body is still on its way, but with results. Yung LT was an African-American Transgendered Male that promoted himself as a budding rap career before his lynching. Was it a Hate Crime, or some form of a Street Retaliation? He previously released videos in his own neighborhood, but also resided and flourished, and accepted as a man when he went that night he planned to come back home, because he left his jacket at her home. He left that night with his so-called friends, but what happened that led him to his tragic demise?
What may have been the reason that he was shot, choked and later set on fire?
No matter what he did or said, those were people whom he considered friends and even at one time, roommates. Remember, the deceptive nature of backstabbing can build into their obsession, and altering perception in life. You have to be able to decipher those fake smiles and each jealous glance.
Transgender’s are in between both worlds and sexual ideologies because they know who they are, even if the world is unfaltering with their perception. The world perceives them by their sexual organs they were born with, and that is not the idea behind Trans Men. Some perceive the altering of your sex unacceptable, but at the end of the day it is your life and you deserve to have a chance at life, and these five bastards decided to play God, and brutally murder someone who loved and even shared a home with them. The police have given up on finding his body, but someone knows something.
The men have been charged. It is not snitching, it is being a humanitarian and removing his spirit, from the unrest state that it is in. Bring him home, if you know were her body is located. Make an anonymous tip, and be a LGBT Activist, and also a human, with dignity. Yung LT’s life is not inconsequential to me, and hopefully not to you.
Apparently we have overlooked the barz and the ability of Battle Rapper, Danny Myers.
Danny Myers delivery and word play bring that comedic delivery and aggression to his stage presence.
Where the hell have they been hiding Danny?
The last time I saw him with Rum Nitty, I didn’t even give Danny a second thought…
KG The Poet one of the people who had to prove himself, delivers barz like the so called veterans in the game.
His style has improved, and KG The Poet decided to leave those schemes behind.
He is NOT Chilla Jones (one of my favorites) and at times KG’s schemes and styles were too coincidental…
KG, is a novice to the ring, but in this battle he demonstrated his determination and work ethic, and showmanship .
I sadly watched DC.Curry in the movie “The Wash” Sunday…
KG, killed the second round.
This battle sponsored by King Of The Dot is breathing life into the game.
Too many chokes can break the momentum, the consistency and the concentration of the audience.
Both Rappers went above and beyond to give the audience, what they paid for and respect.
With momentum and memorization in this close battle, that some are calling it a draw.
One of the closest battles, in a minute because both rappers came prepared, some people are doing that now…
Danny Myers needs more camera time, why is he not on the URL Stage, Smack White?
Some of the hottest, “Top Tier” rappers have become divas and believe they are doing the audience a favor, because THEY showed up.
I have not seen a battle this close since Hollow Da Don and Loaded Lux.
This KTOD Rap Battle was not of the same caliber,but still no one “caught a body.”
People still debate who won between Hollow Da Don and Loaded Lux and with no clear winner, that is a clue that both rappers perfected their craft.
Give KG the Poet more time, and Danny Myers more exposure, in this case both men deserve it.
KG The Poet, did the damn thing.
Danny Myers still won…2-1.
Don’t take my word for it watch your damn self!
Look at new blood, aggression, and artist preparation, sponsored by King Of The Dot!
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1. 0:00 Good Ass Intro (ft. BJ The Chicago Kid, Lili K., Kiara Lanier, Peter Cottontale, Will for the O’mys
2. 3:59, Pusha Man (ft. Nate Fox & Lili K.) (Prod. by Ceej for Two9) (6:48 Paranoia)
3. 11:23 Cocoa Butter Kisses (ft. Vic Mensa & Twista) (Prod. by Cam for J.U.S.T.I.C.E League & Peter Cottont
4. 16:31 Juice (Prod. by Nate Fox)
5. 20:06 Lost (ft. Noname Gypsy) (Prod. by Nate Fox)
6. 23:10 Everybody’s Something (ft. Saba & BJ The Chicago Kid) (Prod. by DJ Ozone)
7. 27:47 Interlude (That’s Love) (Prod. by Ludwig Gorransen)
8. 30:18 Favorite Song (ft. Childish Gambino) (Prod. by Nate Fox)
9. 33:22 NaNa (ft. Action Bronson) (Prod. by Brandun Deshay)
10. 36:43 Smoke Again (ft. Ab-Soul) (Prod. by Blended Babies)
11. 41:16 Acid Rain (Prod. by Jake One)
12. 44:52 Chain Smoker (Prod. by Nate Fox)
13. 48:23 Everything’s Good (Good Ass Outro) (Prod. by Cam for J.U.S.T.I.C.E League)