Inspired: Nas

I tried to learn the game
 And the only thing I found incredible
 Everything I tried to learn see, I already knew

Inspiration: Fabolous

Youngsters, don’t let these videos geese your mind
It ain’t cool to end up deceased for shine
And if you can’t get the whole pot, just take a piece and grind
Hold your head, your stress will cease in time

Crazy Verse: Mick Jenkin – THC

I’m not always talking marijuana when I’m referencing these trees (trees)
Always talking water but that’s just the truth you gotta read between the lines
And got you sniffing coke off hundred dollar bills (‘llar bills)
We sip the lean, we pop the pills (the pills)
Why everything that’s supposed to be bad gotta be such a thrill
Why is praising mediocrity such a skill
It bothers me
When rich niggas with minds below poverty lines
Get to play like they Socrates
I play like apostrophes
I mean I’m over the words unless they verbs
That’s when we see curves like sundresses in June
The politicians addressing the youth
Talking the loudest and smokin’ the boof
Show me the proof
Who puffing the love?
Who rolled up the truths?
See, as well as figuratively we only smoke gas
Who rolled up the foots?
No oops, just smoke ’em out
Brought the water had these niggas drowning and choking out
Tryna spread The Healing Component
This love through the culture now like

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8 Million Stories: Sticky Fingaz – State vs Kirk Jones

This one plays out like an intense court scene in a movie. I thought this was well done and well put together. Sticky is on trial for a homicide. You have 6-7 rappers including Canibus (prosecutor), Rah Digga (judge) and Redman (defense) spitting as a character in the scene. Spitting well, at that. No video for this track; missed opportunity. True art right here. Don’t sleep on this album either.

“8 Million Stories” is a series that showcase some of the great storyline tracks done in Hip Hop. Alot of these tracks go unseen to most as unappreciated album tracks. Anyone can tell a story but can they craft it into a great song?

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