Pusha T recently gave away free sneakers to Black children in his hometown. SanCopha Salute to the rap artist for giving back to the community.Post by @KingKwajo
But they never talk bout the positive
mikeeaglestinks - ‘Very Much Money (Ice King Dream)’
My friends are superheroes
None of us have very much money, tho
They wear the same underwear as billionaires
None of us have very much money, tho.
Hustlers, beatmakers, drug dealers, sculptors,
Egomaniacal alters and bloggers,
Some of them talk to the animals,
None of it matters when people was hungry.
Ab-Soul: I’m Soulo, take a photo, blowin do-do in a dojo
Kendrick Lamar: We a green light, you a no go Hey Q go!
Schoolboy Q: No, Rock go!
Jay Rock: I’ma rock though, like Barack though, and my eyes low and I drive slow like Paul Wall
Schoolboy Q: Give it back though, I got y’all
Ab-Soul: Nah fuck that, I’mma ball hog
Kendrick Lamar: No fuck that, they gon’ fall off
Schoolboy Q: Gotta sawed off, I’mma hop out, let it all off, hop back in, then haul off
Kendrick Lamar: We situated, we hit the pavement so hard we all got ground to play with
Ab-Soul: A challenger is like, last year calendars
Jay Rock: Yup, you’re all outdated
Kendrick Lamar: We all amazing, you all can hate it, you can live or die that’s your ultimatum, married to the game at the alter wasted, a pound of white rice on the tribe of asians
Schoolboy Q: Niggas they’ll ride for me, bitches they desire me and what’s the one thing they hate most?
Jay Rock: sayin’ bye to me!
better than the actual version
I don’t quit for shit— that’s my legendary.
Martha Cooper: Hip Hop Files 1979 - 1984
Martha Cooper has the reputation of being the first and foremost photographer of hip hop culture in New York City.
Cooper was a photo-journalist living in New York City when she first began documenting the origins of B-boy (short for break-boys) and hip hop culture. While other New Yorkers at the time saw this movement as a trite, uninspired or even offensive fad, Martha found a new form of expressing art. Through her camera lens we recount the infancy of hip-hop culture, from the alleys and subways of New York to the masses beyond the boroughs. (available on amazon, also check out Jamel Shabazz photo series)
Producer Amerigo Gazaway: *Soul Mates* series continues the theme of his previous work in creating collaborations that never were. On the series’ first installment, the producer unites Brooklyn rapper Yasiin Bey (Mos Def) and soul legend Marvin Gaye for a soul stirring masterpiece mashup aptly titled “Yasiin Gaye: The Departure (Side One)
photos:©martha cooper. all rights reserved
ScHoolboy Q - WHat THey Want (feat. 2 CHainz) (Music Video)
If you see my cHeck I migHt Hid it