Friday, January 30, 2009

RIP to My Man Ryan from the Club to Eternity

Tiffanie I Will Pray For You...

I Repeat ...D-Roc is the Man

I told you Lil Kim was more than that movie said she was...



Quote from Mrs. Wallace:
"She [Kim] felt the character we chose for her was 'too dark'. Do you know why the character was too dark for her? Because she's a white woman trapped in a black woman's body, and you can tell the world I said it, because those are Lil' Kim's words. Tell Lil' Kim to go find herself, go drink a cup of green tea and get a life! This movie is not about Lil' Kim."

Wednesday, January 28, 2009

And Another One...



The "Last Episode" ???

Monday, January 26, 2009

This is Jasiri X Episode 17

Get used to dude i am feeling these beats and the lyrics...

Also check out my fellow Bronco Affion Crockett



http://www.youtube.com/affioncrockett

Somebody get your boy ???

Please check out this KRS-ONE and Alex Jones interview!!


Entire interview here:

Big Game Wednesday



We Will Be Number 1!!!

Does Kim have a legitimate gripe?

We all know at least SOME of the Biggie and Lil Kim's story. Lil Lim met BIG they had something going on, Faith pops up, BIG falls in love and marries her, and the rest is history. Now Lil Kim upon the release of "Notorious" the movie, is very upset at her portrayal in the film. She went off on the writers and especially Naturi Naughton. But the question i have is, is she justified? According to Kim NOONE consulted her in the making of the movie. Faith states that is incorrect saying that she was presented a script. Her position in movie is exactly what she said she was not to BIG...a "jumpoff". I am not so sure about this either honestly. I know how a man can be and an MC on top of that, but I am not sure if it was THIS bad for Kim. Of course I was not there so who knows. It just seems like she may have been in that position but not quite as drastic as it was displayed, or maybe was not in that position at all ..only God and Kim know the truth. Lil Kim is planning on releasing her own film in regards to her life and interraction with Biggie Smalls.

Faith Voletta Naturi Respond To Lil Kim


50 vs Wayne

Lousianimal (50 Cent Diss)


50 Cent Play This On The Radio(Lil Wayne Diss)

Dream Fulfilled??


When CNN, Gallop, and the AP conducts these "polls" i often wonder ..who are you asking these questions to? Recently CNN conducted a poll and gave results staing that 69% of Blacks think Martin Luther King Jr.'s Dream has been fulfilled. I have to disagree.
First of all i am extremely proud of white America. I would be fake if i told you otherwise. I can easily admit this is the most respect i have felt from a white American in my entire life, thanks to people like MLK, Obama, and especially the Hip Hop culture. However, one element of racisim that has changed has not necessarily changed for the good. In MLK's day racism was broadcasted so you knew where racism was. They were very blunt about it, No Niggers Eat Here..No Nigger We Are Not Hiring..posted right on a sign outside the door. Dont get me wrong i very much appreciate the fact that i have the right to eat and work where i want, but how do you know with that mindset i want to eat or work in your establishment? When you say Dr. Kings dream has been fulfilled i dont think something like Affirmative Action would exist. How do i know who i work for? This is not an era where there are very few Black people who are educated and skilled, we have definetly advanced. Therefore a racist will not always broadcast their views when hiring a minority. If you know that a Mexican will bust his ass everyday, or a Black woman sells more than the average and you are in business, of course you will hire them biggott or not. I had to learn the hard way about a racist in regards to money...some white people dont like black but they loooove green.
Next, as far as the dream, let us not forget Dr. King not only spoke on White and Black Americans sticking together, but for BLACK Americans to stick together. How dare you Black people in that poll say Dr. Kings dream is done! There is still a mass amount of Black on Black crime, irresponsible fathers, miseducation, drug abuse, and an incarceration rate thats out of control. Once again i am proud of us as well. We have seen a tremendous improvemnet in status..but the dream?? Look at our other politicains and so-called leaders! Jesse's crying did not impress me after having a desire to cut Barak's balls off. Al and Oprah's approach to communicating with the Hip Hop nation was terrible. Did you forget about Jerimiah Wright? We need to stop stabbing each other in the back before we can even utter the words "dream fulfilled". That is absurd to think that we are over the bridge when we are barely treading water in our own hood. I have said this before, i feel like many things with Black American can be shared and tackled amongst everyone and some things cannot. Stop airing out our dirty laundry for the whole country to comment on and misinterrpret. If you want an end to the "N" word it will start at home not in White America. If you want real equality you must treat yourselves equal first. Like B.I.G. and Diddy said in the Notorious movie ...you can't change the world unitl you change yourself.

Dream still in progress

Cnspeace

http://www.cnn.com/2009/POLITICS/01/19/king.poll/index.html