1: Get a Bachelors Degree in Music
2: Move to
New YorkLos Angeles
open and maintain a bank account for approximately 1 year
4: Get a single on the charts (either by credit or my own)
6: Have a song played and added into full rotation on Power 92 and WGCI (of my own)
7: Acquire drivers license 8: Buy a car
9: begin planning to open a Harold’s franchise
10: Lose 40 to 50 pounds and maintain that weight for approximately 1 year.
11: Fill in my right bicep and right side of my chest with ink, chronicling different things I value in life from age 21-30
12: Live in Europe for 3-6 months
13: Learn spanish
14: Release first charted album
15: Have a child (what was I thinking?)
16: Work with Terius The-Dream Nash
17: Have a hangover-esque weekend in vegas
18: Be nominated for a Grammy
19: Meet the President (or former President) Obama and have a conversation with him
20: Work with Ryan Leslie
21: open a fully functional recording studio (this one is interesting, I guess in conjunction with DC i’ve done this… maybe?)
22: work towards fixing credit
super glad the homie kept the passion flowin man. peep.
Today’s the day. The day you help save the internet from being ruined.
(Long story short: The FCC is about to make a critical decision as to whether or not internet service providers have to treat all traffic equally. If they choose wrong, then the internet where anyone can start a website for any reason at all, the internet that’s been so momentous, funny, weird, and surprising—that internet could cease to exist. Here’s your chance to preserve a beautiful thing.)
C. Rich - No Way (featuring DAVE & Sulaiman) [addressing the murder of Mike Brown]
Shouts to MixedByDC for producing, recording and mixing the record, DAVE and Sulaiman for helping me communicate the message. Let’s get heard y’all.
Guitar by Chris James
a few days after the public execution of michael brown, crich, a fellow musician, schoolmate (mcdade) & bruh (‘06), recruited me to lend words to a song he wrote in response to the times. as a brother in the struggle and a father, i reacted immediately. s/o to suliforshort, another schoolmate (kenwood) for the amazing anchor verse as well. it was an honor and a privilege to work with these gifted brothers on such a powerful record. hopefully you enjoy and if so, please share.
appreciate you broseph.
Brother Phillip Agnew, Executive Director of Dream Defenders, spoke on MSNBC’s All In with Chris Hayes on the paradox of race in America. Video below.
Man I will NEVER get tired of saying FUCK FOX NEWS
FUCK FOX BRUH!
WHERE IS THAT BOONDOCKS GIF WHEN YOU NEED IT!!!!