English: Rhythm and blues singer Ashanti, wearing all white, smiles for the camera on Camp Hansen, Japan, June 5, 2005, after she speaks with U.S. Marines during a United Service Organizations tour. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Yes, a song by the jilted lover of Rapper Nelly.
Girl, I could have told you how that would have ended!
Ashanti has a new radio appropriate song, “Never Should Have.”
I can relate to that statement 100 times.
A lesson learned, only makes you stronger.
Just don’t be a dummmy again, that makes it your own damn fault.
You are Beautiful, and no one should be treated unfairly.
Your music marketing team has definitely been unfair to you.
“Damn who I Live With…”
“I’m the Queen of The United States, higher than the president! Why you hiding me?”
“I don’t do Favors!”
I needed this to start the week.
Bill Collector from Pennsylvania, has that fire.
The delivery is one of the best in URL History.
His Battle Rap Theatrics outshine his skillz.
Watch any rap battle with Bill Collector!
Trust me, his opponent will always try their damnedest to not laugh, while they wait for a rebuttal.
The Man is higher than Lil Kim‘s Plastic Surgery Bill, but this Bill is worth the time.
See for yourself.
*Warning* Do Not Listen to this banger and think you won’t dance.
I don’t want to you men jumping at the drive thru! Sista’s, don’t be twerking it at the Waffle House Counter.
Don’t get caught backing it up on the water cooler.
Asher Roth, american rapper. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Asher Roth musical talents never get the attention that he righfully deserves, because of his look and early hits.
Some critics dismissed him as a one hit wonder , for his “I Love College.” 15 minute fame.
His core audience can be found at “The MTV Woodie Awards.”
Sometimes that first impression can prematurely destroy your chances.
It can also be the reason your name is not a topic at the “Hip Hop Round Table.”
He has barz, no debating.
I just wonder if he have that fire to blaze him into the Rap Elite?
Then again, who’s to say Asher Roth isn’t content with his musical career?
Maybe he wants the respect?
Can that respect make up for commercial success?