Ross knows how to capture that gotta get it feeling…he’s really good at that.
This is ill… “…I don’t see these
motherfuckers, they small as hell/two places I aint going, broke and jail…”
I readily admit, some of this guys stuff is just plain too much. But this…is tight. I really appreciate his creativity on this.
Allow me to re-introduce myself, my name is…
This looks like it was a BIG moment for the Philly music scene. He even had Obama give a speech for the festival. I’m very happy for the moves Jay-Z makes, it proves that its possible. Shout out to Miss Info. You can stream the festivities Live HERE.
Obama’s MadeInAmerica Speech for Jay-Z
They Closed out Day 1 with…
You can watch all of Jay-Z’s set HERE
Watch all of G.O.O.D Music’s set HERE
Watch all of MMG’s set HERE
This is a little old now, but I really like it. I think the video makes me like it more. He looks very conflicted with the bible and gun. I enjoy the idea of him looking for a savior but obviously not being able to find it in the Bible. I know I know, its been done before, but there’s just something about it. His new mixtape “Bogota Rich” drops tomorrow.
Its really nice to see Jay-Z is serving as a mentor to these new up and coming rappers. Wale shares a little advice given to him by Jay-Z in the latest issue of Billboard- Via Xclusives Zones
“Jay-Z, essentially, is my business adviser,” Wale says. “Him, Rich and [Roc Nation’s] John Meneilly. I know Jay has a personal place in his heart for Ambition. I remember one time I was on the phone with Jay, asking him, ‘What did I do [wrong]? What can I do differently?’ He was like, ‘Maybe you just didn’t come with that single. You made a solid first album. But you didn’t come up with that single.’ That just added fuel to my fire.”
A lot of people never see the grind, the hard work it takes to make it. Correction, MOST people never see the grind. They see you when you have already made it. Lets take Maybach Music Group CEO Rick Ross as an example. Some people love him, some people hate him, I respect him! Correction officer or not, selling dope on an iphone or not, this man has ambition and hustle. He is a perfect example of a self made man in America. He’s living he American Dream and he inspires me. Look at this video, did you know he used to work with Erik Sermon? Yeah, EPMD Erick Sermon, some of you don’t even know who that is (good 90′s rap trivia). So Rozay is NOW blowing up but he’s been grinding for over 10 years, literally. Back then he wasn’t Rick Ross, he was the Teflon Don.