I haven’t seen this before but goodness it was so raw. MC Lyte came in ripping and CL Smooth held it down. Treach was a monster with it and when ODB starting yelling “the black man is God, the black man is God” I was rolling. Q-tip even finessed it.
My thoughts started swirling when this Q-Tip track came on. With all the NBA free agent frenzy and trade rumors going on right now, I couldn’t help but to connect the two. Whether its the Magic and Dwight Howard, Lakers and Andrew Bynum or the Hornets and Eric Gordon, all the GMs seem to be yelling the same thing as Ruby Andrews, “I wouldn’t trade it for nothing!” I like how Q-Tip ties himself to a sports superstar when it comes to him and women. It came out in a unique way that flowed really well. The sounds are vintage, maybe the 70s, with a excellent groove to it. Get a listen.
“For no amount of dough franchise this man / give him all the things you can / think long term plans / he be bringing in the fans / front page magazines listen to this lady scream, I wouldn’t trade it for nothing!” – Q-Tip
So Danny Brown has a new video out and I’m loving it. This little dude got so much swag ha! The whole video he is walking around bringing the ruckus. About to throw on this Blunt after Blunt after this song goes off! Sample after link Continue reading →
As I was scrolling thru the albums that I have from the 90’s I became inspired by a certain group. The group is called A Tribe Called Quest and Q-Tip, Phife Dawg, and Ali Shaheed Muhammad are the members. Now the year is 1993 and the Tribe is coming off a very successful Sophomore album, The Low End Theory. With commercial success with hits such as Continue reading →