Big L- Put It On ***messymandella***

“Put It On, Big L Put It On”
(May 30,1974 – Feburary 15, 1999)

Big L’s lyrics defined the hustle and ambition of the Harlem hustler.

His sound and delivery solidified the Hip-hop sound in Harlem, New York.

Big L, a member of The “Children Of The Corn” with Mase, Cam’ron, Herb and Derrick created a buzz if his own.

Big L also released tracks with his “Diggin In The Crates Crew”  that included Fat Joe and  recorded tracks with Kid Capri and Lord Finnese.

Hip-hop relevance should never be determined by  the  release date of the recording or the artist’s life span.

Music lives on and so will Big L.


January 2018 / Update On 12- Year-Old boy Tamir Rice’s Murder ***messymandella***

Tamir Rice Funeral

Tamir Rice Funeral

***story written three years ago***

      Some angels are here only for a season, and what they leave behind still has existence an impact on our grand design in the entire landscape of all that enter Tamir’s tragedy in their hearts.

      People of all races, religions and backgrounds are opening up their hearts for your beautiful son.

     Your son was the world’s blessing.


You will make it through and this is hugs and love from ***messymandella***

Thanks to  the injustice of Ferguson, now we at least have two more recent unexplained, and unprovoked deaths where the media  painted  the  picture of the victims in the casket as the monsters. It’s ridiculous…

Apparently this little boy still enjoyed playing  with his toys. At least in Heaven, he can run free and play without any bullets…


 The police shooting death of a 12-year-old boy with a toy gun in Cleveland has sparked an investigation — and questions over why officers opened fire instead of using a stun gun. Two officers have been placed on administrative leave pending a probe into Saturday’s shooting of Tamir Rice.

Police said officers responded to a report of a person waving a gun around at a playground and that Tamir was shot after he allegedly refused to put his hands up and reached in his waistband for what appeared to be a handgun.” 

Well, of course we know Tamir was 12 Years old, so they may convince the world he deserved to be shot to death, because we may find video footage of him pushing a child down the street.         Anyone blaming a victim is  manipulating and using deflection from morality and truth to further their hidden agenda.

When Mike Brown died you know the bullets were less important than the store footage.

    The media may decide that Tamir  was  cursing and disrespectful and running around the neighborhood throwing rocks at the neighbors so he deserved to die.

      There is no reason he was shot dead at 12 years old for no damn reason.

       The media  used the same defamation and observations to create the monster called Mike Brown. Of course the bias opposition degraded and destroyed  Trayvon’s character too.

       The media  attempted to convinced us that  both boys deserved to be shot like  animals because  they were thugs and listened to rap music.

         The talking heads on Fox News took one instance and one moment in Mike Brown’s life, and let that video footage dictate his legacy. Some citizens decide every moment of Mike’s stolen life by the video footage.

     Sadly some citizens believed Mike’s life didn’t matter. Some people believed an unarmed man deserved to be shot. 

      Tamir’s life mattered and we must fight against the ignorant and judgemental citizens that believe their lives never mattered.

    Tamir was a baby, there is no excuse.






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