Thursday, March 18, 2010

Top 5 B-more Fem Cees

In no particular order other than alphabetly these are my top 5 Bmore Fem Cees

1. B-FLY
Lyrically she nice and she rhymes about real women shit. Not just how many dicks she can lick but real life shit. From Up against the win, to Cut N Paste, Get Buck Get Free, Natural Chic. First artist to come out of a elevator. Till this day I have not seen that done. First female emcee in Baltimore to rock with a live Band, 3back up singers she just dope. Really looking forward to her new stuff.

2. Get Em Mammies
Ter Awesome is in my car right now. They are the business. They have been able to brand themselves beyond the realms of the "local hip hop spots" but every where. There in Philly, Rolling Stones and everywhere your favorite emcee wants to be. There fan base is ridiculous these girls are the truth.

3. Ms. Stress
The Madam she just a lyrical beast. I have seen her demolish emcee's. One time it was so bad Ms. Stress started battling her self. The best damn battle I have seen.

4. Mzery Loves Company
I'm glad that Mzery has found her lane now she killing it. With her all female live band her live show is one of the best in Baltimore. She is a great example of artist going against the status quo.

5. Si-Notes
I love Si-Notes style, her boldness and personality. She got the ability to speak for all the hooded girls around the world. Looking forward to see what she

Friday, February 26, 2010

I'm a Master Teacher

I been creating and expanding launching March 1st

Jay Electronica

Making me love Hip Hop again!!!

Monday, January 11, 2010

Taking back my Health

Today I woke up and thought enough is enough. I'm taking back my health. I just hate waking up feeling horrible. I don't want to get to graphic or personal but my bowels ain't right. I know exactly why I don't eat enough fruits, vegetable or drink enough water. I been told that diseases start in the colon and I'm cleansing mines out.
Starting out with a Modified Master Cleanse. Where I will drink a concoction of 6-12 glasses of cleansing lemonade throughout the day. Which consist of:
8 oz. water
½ lemon
Pinch cayenne pepper
2 Tablespoons of syrup
Then I will have a evening drink of cup Smooth Move Herbal Tea. Which is the absolute truth and will clean you out from the rooter to the tooter. When I wake up I'll drink a saline rinse of 32 oz water 2tsp uniodized sea salt( I like whole food brand). If I get hungry i will eat a piece of fruit. Around 6pm I'll eat a dinner. which consist of a green spinach salad and fish. I'm do this for a week then transition back to my regular schedule program. This is just a jump start I need to get things going. i have done this before check out my journey here. It is hilarious

Monday, December 28, 2009

Bull Shit!!

ABC News interviewed 4 Black women who admit to NOT HAVING A RELATIONSHIP IN OVER A DECADE becasue black black are not any good, they not on there level etc..
I refuse to believe that there are not any good black man out there to marry. Ladies stop saying this otherwise this will become your reality.In fact,the marriage rates amongst black women are up after reaching an all-time low of 46% in the mid 1990s - the Black marriage rate has GROWN STEADILY since then, and is now close to 50% for the first time since the 1970s.

Saturday, December 26, 2009

Habari Gani!!!

Is the Swahili word, meaning What's the News? It is the greeting for each day of Kwanzaa.A unique African American celebration with focus on the traditional African values of family, community responsibility, commerce, and self-improvement. Kwanzaa is neither political nor religious and despite some misconceptions, is not a substitute for Christmas. It is simply a time of reaffirming African-American people, their ancestors and culture. Kwanzaa is based on the Nguzo Saba (seven guiding principles), one for each day of the observance, and is celebrated from December 26th to January 1st.

Umoja (oo-MO-jah) Unity stresses the importance of togetherness for the family and the community, which is reflected in the African saying, "I am We," or "I am because We are."

Kujichagulia (koo-gee-cha-goo-LEE-yah) Self-Determination requires that we define our common interests and make decisions that are in the best interest of our family and community.

Ujima (oo-GEE-mah) Collective Work and Responsibility reminds us of our obligation to the past, present and future, and that we have a role to play in the community, society, and world.

Ujamaa (oo-JAH-mah) Cooperative economics emphasizes our collective economic strength and encourages us to meet common needs through mutual support.

(NEE-yah) Purpose encourages us to look within ourselves and to set personal goals that are beneficial to the community.

Kuumba (koo-OOM-bah) Creativity makes use of our creative energies to build and maintain a strong and vibrant community.

(ee-MAH-nee) Faith focuses on honoring the best of our traditions, draws upon the best in ourselves, and helps us strive for a higher level of life for humankind, by affirming our self-worth and confidence in our ability to succeed and triumph in righteous struggle.

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Friday, December 25, 2009

JESUS was not born on this day!!!!

It was more like spring time because of the timing & location of shepherds and their flocks in the Biblical stories about his birth. Also the three wise men were following a star in the east that was bright enough to stand out from all the rest, and this usually happens around springtime.

December 25 date was meant to accommodate one or more pagan festivals. That the Christian church picked out to help convert pagans who were accustomed to celebrating Yule or Winter Solstice or, in Roman regions in particular, the Saturnalia or Janus.This date was chosen, and remains, the traditional date for followers of many different Pagan religions to celebrate the rebirth of the sun.

Following the solstice, each succeeding day has slightly more sunlight than the previous day. It was seen as a promise that warmth would return once more to the earth. Numerous pre-Christian Pagan religions honored their gods' birth or rebirth on or about that day. Their deities were typically called: Son of Man, Light of the World, Sun of Righteousness, Bridegroom, and Savior. (Do your Research)

We celebrate on Dec. 25th because earlier Christians reverse engineered a pagan holiday and some of its traditions and mixed it with Christian traditions and called it Jesus's birthday. Note the Bible does not say December 25 is Jesus' birth date nor to celebrate it. By examining the scriptures carefully you can get an idea of what time of year he may have been born and it isn't in December.

Well, in short, nobody really knows when Jesus was born, but we know he was. So if you choose to celebrate please do not be deceived and don’t look down of those who don’t celebrate or acknowledge this day.