I'm basically just a kid who respects and admires the hustle and grind of the artists which we post about. Hip-hop is my life. I love it to the fullest. Growing up in the rural mid west where the majority of our city's population loves country and driving trucks or tractors, I've found that I could somewhat live in the social networks and find out about real life (our city is very bland) and actual good music. I first fell in love with hip-hop when I got my hands on some Tupac Shakur. I remember illegally downloading (sorry record companies) all of the clean versions of songs cause if Moms heard the curse words it woulda been bye bye to Pac. haha. It seems weird just sitting here and writing about myself when I'm usually writing about the new dopeness that the day brings. I appreciate every single viewer and thank anyone who I've met who supports and follows our movement.
Respect and Love,
Music of all genres has always been my one true passion in life. But after being exposed to real hip hop in my early teens, my love began to focus solely on hip hop music and its culture. I wouldn't say I am your average rap junkie, though. Over the years I have come to find that I am much more interested in the production and instrumentation of hip hop music as opposed to the lyrical aspect. A good, well-produced beat laced with a creative flow and rhyme scheme is beautiful and exciting to me. I blog because it gives me pleasure to introduce such music to otherwise oblivious people, slowly but surely helping hip hop to spread and to grow. View the blog, leave a comment, get at me. Either way, let's chop it up about hip hop.