R.I.P. The “King Of New York” Died Of March 9! ***messymandella***

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Can you remember where you were when Christopher Wallace (May 21, 1972 – March 9, 1997) was Murdered?

I remember seeing all that glass, and that Suburban Truck riddled with bullets.

Conspiracy after conspiracy will always plaque his demise and haunt his fans.

We may never knew who took his life!

He will forever be quoted as 1 of the Top 5.

The King of New York died on March 9!

Kendrick Lamar needs to “Control” himself and go somewhere and sit down!

How in the Google Map Hell, can you be “The King Of New York” and you from Compton, California?

Christopher Wallace, we celebrate the music and your dreamed deferred and complicated life in film and in music.

Legends may die, but the legacy will only educate us and guide us in our lives, to not share his fate.

Christopher’s rap impact will never be duplicated, he wasn’t an Angel but he lived with knowledge of self!

Hip Hop  Lives Forever, even if “The King Of New York” died 20 years ago! 

“We can’t change the world, unless we change ourselves.” – Biggie Smalls 

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Why Isn’t Faith Evans On The Top Of The Charts?***messymandella***

  •          Thinking to myself, about Faith Evans and her unsung talent. No one shows Faith Evan’s the attention she deserves. Maybe, because that entire “Faith Evan’s Is the reason Tupac and Biggie Were Beefing!” That  drama was in the 90’s, and  LET THAT GO! We will never know what happened between her and both men. Why does this overshadow this womans talent?

             Faith Evans was competition for Mary J.Blige. Now Mary always has Grammy performances, and collaborations. Faith Evan’s releases an album with little or  no promotion. Now she is on a reality show, with women that were of course almost C list singers. Faith deserves so much more. Her voice is  unmatchable. She has changed her image, and still the same results.

          Maybe Faith Evans should have tried to resolve her differences  with Bad Boy? When she was with Bad Boy we knew Faith Evans! So many women wanted to look like Faith Evans and loved her swagger.  She will always be one of the best singers, even if you will never see her on MTV or 106  and Park. Maybe we should focus on her music. Maybe people are still pissed  off at Faith Evans,because of Tupac and Biggie’s beef ?That  will never bring these rappers  back! Focus on Faith  and talent, and not her past, or rumors from her haters.

 

 

inspiration from the real “coach carter”***messymandella***


 

 

 
 
 

klaus nomi – “keys of life” ***messymandella***

Listen and ask yourself, “What Can I do with this beat?”

Some of the hottest freestyle are of course from Drake and Jay Z’s, “Pound Cake” because everyone heard something else…

Artist will stay motivated and polished if they listen to every genre of music, and respect creativity and each others’ interpretation and respect the eccentric, remember  Micheal Jackson was considered eccentric and he is and always will be “The King Of Pop.” Klaus died in 1983 before AIDS received its negative and shaming stigma.

IF the artist is serious about the culture and and the art form, they should be able to adapt and express themselves within any genre of music, and make it their own.

You will be surprised what artistic connections you will make that will also compliment your undying talent, and

admiration for OUR music.

EVERY COLOR, EVERY GENRE, EVERYONE

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What IS Your Interpretation Of S-Types’s – WOW VS Hudson MoHawk? ***messymandella***


 
We are going to connect every musical and artistic culture together here at messymandella.com.

We will open our ears and eyes and appreciate Indie Street Kings, Battle Rappers, Singers, and Artist of every age, and musical background.

Listen and ask yourself, “What Can I do with this beat?”

Some of the hottest freestyle are of course from Drake and Jay Z’s, “Pound Cake” because everyone heard something else…

Artist will stay motivated and polished if they listen to every genre of music, and respect creativity and each others’ interpretation.

IF the artist is serious about the culture and and the art form, they should be able to adapt and express themselves within any genre of music, and make it their own.

You will be surprised what artistic connections you will make that will also compliment your undying talent, and admiration for OUR music.

EVERY COLOR, EVERY GENRE, EVERYONE

All of OUR music, except for Conway Twitty,or

Justin Bieber!

I don’t give a damn!

LET”S GO!


 

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Faith Evans – Soon As I Get Home ***messymandella***

Faith Evans was competition for Mary J Blige…

Mary J Blige surpassed Faith Evans and the other diva’s albums were distributed with a very limited individual control or artistic freedom. Faith Evans was at the top, in the 1990’s and should be respected more in the musical game.  All of theses divas were competition in all arenas Grammy performances, and soul collaborations. Concert tours, endorsements, appearances and then nothing…

Faith Evan’s releases an album with little or  no promotion from anyone these days.

She is apparently on KOCH Records…

Faith was   on a reality show, with women that were of course almost C list singers, but she  quit that too. Faith deserves so much more, with her unmatchable voice and ability. She has changed her reputation, and still the same results.

Why did we forget about Faith?

 

Faith Evans: Right Here ***messymandella***

“I’m really an inner spirit that only makes itself known through the music.

A lot of people think I’m an introvert, or quiet and moody.

I’ve even heard some people say that there’s a certain mystery or darkness about me.

I’m not that way. I’m just really into what I do.”– Quote from Faith Evans

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Thanks Zimbio, For Linking This Article:R&B Divas’ Faith Evans-Tears Of Joy***messymandella***

http://www.zimbio.com/Mary+J.+Blige/articles/TR3yYFoMytp/Faith+Evans+Tax+Woes
Faith+Evans+BET+Celebration+Gospel+Arrivals+EkaOHKQoZkMx          Faith Evans and her unsung talent,  are proof that success and voice can be a stranger, to mainstream success. The music industry never shows Faith Evan’s the attention she deserves.  Maybe, because of that entire “Faith Evan’s Is the reason Tupac and Biggie Were Beefing!”  That  drama was in the 90’s,  and  LET THAT GO!  We will never know what happened between her and both men.  Why does this overshadow this womans talent?

             Faith Evans was competition for Mary J.Blige. Now Mary always has Grammy performances, and collaborations.  Faith Evan’s releases an album with little or  no promotion.  Now she is on a reality show, with women that were of course almost C list singers.  Faith deserves so much more recognition than she has received. Her voice is  unmatchable.  She has changed her image, and still the same results.

          Maybe Faith Evans should have tried to resolve her differences  with Bad Boy?  When she was with Bad Boy we knew Faith Evans!  So many women wanted to look like Faith Evans and loved her swagger.   She will always be one of the best singers,  even if you will never see her on MTV or 106  and Park.  Maybe we should focus on her music. Maybe people are still pissed  off at Faith Evans, because of Tupac and Biggie’s beef ? That  will never bring these rappers  back !  Focus on Faith talent, and not her past, or rumors.

 

Alice Smith-That Voice!***messymandella***

How much do I love the musical reclusive Alice Smith?
Alice has only one known body of work.
Her voice can hit any octave you can imagine.
She has the “Nikka Costa Complex.”
What is that, you ask?
None of your damn business!
Just joking!
The “Nikka Costa Complex” hinders your potential.
No one can include you in their genre,so you don’t get included at all!
Your talent will never find it’s core listening group.
You become a legend among a few.

Your pockets may never see guap.

Those few fans, will always show love and respect for you.

The rest of the world will say, “Alice Smith, Alice Who?”
This is Alice covering Cee-Lo‘s (The Sexual Bowling Ball) track “Fool For You.”