R.i.p. phife dawg!–A Tribe Called Quest + The Leaders Of The New School***messymandella***

 

Big K.R.I.T. VS Goodie Mob “What Happened To The Soul Food?”***messymandella***


 

       Our family dinners are missing from traditional black American homes, which originated in the poorer towns in  South, consisting of such foods as chitterlings, pig knuckles, turnip greens, and cornbread. Now we turn our nose up at chitterlings but the poor families had to use every part of the pig to feed their family. Music also helped enjoy those Sunday Dinners with families and friends don’t bow their heads. We destroying our heritage and our soul for the love of women. No one stays together.
        The black families are dying because we hate our women, and women trick and trap our men. Instead of unity, we are all under the impression that moments are more important that magnitude.
Thanks to my grandparents and parent, that have “old people arguments” as we call it, but they have been together for over 30 years. Now, don’t stay and endure abuse or put your children in harms way,but  bring back family dinners back to our life. My late grandmother  Bea, was abused by my grandfather one time. He cursed about dinner not being ready and tried to hit her. My grandmother retaliated and hit granddaddy’s  ass with a  hot pot of  collard greens. Granddaddy  worked in the woods, hauling pulp wood back in the 1950’s.

 

Thanks to grandma Bea , he had his arm in a pillowcase sling and missed work for a week.
HE NEVER touched my grandmother again.

 
 

She was an amazing cook and family was her priority and I really miss those times.
       My parents don’t understand when  women start letting themselves being treated like they are cattle. Get over the synthetic  thoughts and ideology that social media and the culture exploit.

 
 

Wake Up, we need that nourishment and to undo the tragic decline of respect for our people and our women.

 

 

Revisted- spotlight-revisit-get familiar with “yrs jerzy” and his artistic movement***messymandella***

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  In the southern states, hip hop has embraced the crunk sound and stereotypical “sounds” of the Southern states.

             However, when you witness the drive of some of the younger southern artist, like J. Cole and Jeezy we know that the South is more than just crunk, no disrespect to Lil Scrappy, and others that are part of the historical relevance of the South.

              In Charlotte, North Carolina we have men that have decided to become their own bosses, artistic developers and to market without the flash and bravado, but the strictly their ability. A soft spoken but instrumental part of success is the man behind the music, and you can barely find five pictures of YRS Jerzy, and that is the intrigue of a humble boss that understand the financial gain, but refuses to outshine his artist. His mission is to give his artist the outlet for success and his notoriety will follow his vision in the end.

          We know Fresh Prince had to have DJ. Jazzy Jeff. Jazzy Jeff, introduced us to Hidden Beach Records over 15 years ago, where we were all introduced to the that voice and smile, of Mrs. Jill Scott.

             YRS is the architect and often are in charge of the success of the artist that make their musical profitable. YRS  has suffered obstacles, as he explained to me, “People change and you can’t do anything about it. That just makes you stronger.” He has also embarked on his own touring company, while promoting and managing other artist and still introducing the world to his musical family. 


EVERYONE is on SoundCloud, but this DJ has SoundCloud promoting his tours, that speaks volumes for his ability.  Don’t give up on your destiny, make  your presence  felt. Do what you will to  set you apart from the rest. Keep pushing and stay away from those who don’t believe in your talent, or that want facilitate your vision by word of mouth, your drive may intimidate them. Artist must let naysayers be the fuel to drive you to create more and leave a powerful legacy in the music world. Your music will reach others, but it has to be promoted by someone that believes in your vision. Find someone that believes in your image. One day, you may find yourself blessed enough to hook up with a business man with the resources and ability to market quality and ambition, as our ,YRS Jerzy.

         Jam Master Jay is behind the Iconic Rap group Run D.M.C. but he took a back seat and played his part in the background.

         YRS Jerzy is young but motivated to understand his place behind the rappers and his deserved place and in the forefront of Hip-Hop.

https://twitter.com/iamyrsjerzy

https://instagram.com/yrsjerzy/

Mrs. Janelle Monae’ And Lily Allen! ***messymandella***


 

 

 
 

Gray Hair Mavens: Interview Of Remy Ma***messymandella**

Lupe Fiasco Tweets,’F$*k Martin Luther King, Ni$$a F$*k Change!’***messymandella***

lupe-fiasco
These were your words- Lupe

You would never know if you could ever be
If you never try, you would never see
Stayed in Africa, we ain’t never leave
So there were no slaves in our history
Were no slave ships, were no misery
Call me crazy, or isn’t he?
See I fell asleep and I had a dream
It was all black everything
Uh, and we ain’t get exploited
White man ain’t feared it so he did not destroy it
We ain’t work for free, see they had to employ it
Built it up together so we equally appointed
First 400 years, see we actually enjoyed it
Constitution written by W.E.B. Du Bois
Were no reconstructions, civil war got avoided
Little black sambo grows up to be a lawyer
Extra extra on the news stands
Black woman voted head of Ku Klux Klan
Malcolm Little dies as an old man—–

 

 

YOUR

WORDS

WERE

LIES

 

 

 

    Did you assume Lupe Fiasco was a soul-searching artist for the people and culture, since he lived in Chicago and cried for the “Chief Keef‘s” of the world? Did you assume he had respect for the human kind and the culture and all out  people? I did,until now.

Your opinion is your opinion, but never disrespect those who you should pay homage too.

However, we as a people must treat this situation the way we would treat it, if another ethnicity wrote or spoke those horrifying and reckless words, “F$*k Martin Luther King, Ni$$a F$*k Change!”

Lupe decided to troll, and create conflict by causing an uneasiness, and while he embarrassed himself and his earlier fans, such as myself.

Whatever was happening on Social Media, was Social Media.  Martin Luther King, has nothing to do with your Twitter Rant!

You   and I never had the distress and insecurity of hoping we would be allowed to sit on a certain seat on a bus.

We were able to walk through front doors of restaurants and  proved worthy to share bathrooms,but he knew our worth.

 

If you retire your antics from  Social Media, that proves you do not have dominion over your actions, and you are terrified of back lash for the demonic things you  said, against someone who never caused turmoil in  your life!

If  Martin Luther King JR had a problem, he was required to  stand up  like a man  speak his mind,and fight for you. Don’t forget that you are standing in the framework of  what he contributed to society.

Martin Luther   couldn’t hide behind a computer. He physically risked his life, and knew  every day could be his last…

Martin Luther King Jr. walked miles, staying in flea bitten hotels, and having to use the bathroom in a Dixie Cup, because of the color of his skin, and for you.

You should be mortified  to even utter any negative words about anyone that helped you function in this world.

You don’t want change, and you don’t have respect for MLK.

Well, when the Klu Klux Klan will definitely purchase your new release, because apparently you think alike.

 

I can’t imagine an artist of any genre even speaking such hateful filth unless he carpools with The Grand Dragon Of  the KKK. 

You tweeted, Lupe Fiasco ,’F$*k Martin Luther King, Ni$$a F$*k Change!’

You don’t give us any power to the people mess or justify that hate speech, you should join Fox News.

 

You were evilly trolling and systematically aiming to destroy someone and cause a territorial  environment, and you did…

How dare you utter that hateful rant regarding  Martin Luther King Jr and you have no excuse?

We  didn’t march, because he did …

We  did not feel those bullets…

It wasn’t our last breath…

It wasn’t our blood…

 

Martin Luther King Jr, is the one that was shoved in that coffin, unselfishly.

 

 

As of now the only history you have here, is your career….

 

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