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Can I Talk My Sh*t?! (January 26, 2017 8:12 am)

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Don’t Comeback

Sep 29, 2017No Comments1353 Views

God forgives, hip hop doesn’t.       Hip hop is the most volatile, exciting, adrenalin rush, fame bubble that no one predicted it to be and yet, as open as it is, can close

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Capture History Now

Sep 29, 2017No Comments967 Views

The conundrum of no deadlines or clocking in on time gave me a space to consume what I possibly couldn’t have in a 9 to 5. Don’t get me wrong, I’m still looking for one


The New Era Sessions – Rouge goes Rogue

Sep 29, 2017No Comments1360 Views

For the longest time, in hip-hop, we have had kings and number 1 rulers. A queen? A goddess? Think classics…is “Miseducation of Lauryn Hill” in your top ten? Is it the only album by a


The Ambitiouz Coupe D’etat

Feb 01, 2017No Comments4652 Views

  If you go down history lane, you’ll find stand out names, revolutionary acts, game changing lyrics, power moves & steps that seemed nonsensical at the time but bore fruits we drink the juice from


Can I Talk My Sh*t?!

Jan 26, 20171 Comment1851 Views

  We live in an era where information is easily available, quickly digested and it travels faster & further than we anticipate all by the simplicity of one click. I haven’t been writing as often

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