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Skip Bayless goes in on Kevin Durant about not showing up in the Oklahoma Thunder vs Memphis Grizzlies series. He says that it looks like Russell Westbrook is the new sheriff in OKC and he also says that he overestimated Durant for over the past six or seven years. Bayless says that Durant is not a superstar,
“he’s not Michael Jordan, he’s not Magic Johnson, he’s not Kobe he’s not Lebron, he’s not even the Kevin Durant I thought he was”.
Of course Stephen A. Smith got in his ass for making such an unfair statement on the young superstar. Smith totally disagreed with Bayless. I like when these two guys debate on sports. Kevin Durant, are you listening to these guys? Next year is your time to quiet all the critics!
South Fulton – Right Now
What I like most about Atlanta based rap group South Fulton is their strive to be successful. These dudes are always grindin it out. They are constantly promoting events, doing shows, recording new music, networking with good people, and of course, selling their music.
I believe South Fulton has everything they need to operate productively as an independent record company. Even though it is common to measure success by units of sells and popularity, hard work, nice quality and great content will take you to the promise land. Shout out to my potna’s Mr E, D – Bell, and the entire South Fulton Nation. Also, s/o to Terico Harper, I see you dude!!! Check out their new video “Right Now” and support underground rap…..
My question is, Why in the hell would Cash Money put out a Big Tymers album without Mannie Fresh? When I think of Big Tymers, I think of a Mannie Fresh track, a basic but catchy Mannie Fresh verse, a typical Baby verse and a dope Lil Wayne feature. Overall, a nice club banger is what I am expecting to hear from them. To be honest, I think Weezy, Drake and Baby together on a album would be huge for Cash Money and would be much more anticipated than trying to re-do something that has already been done. Check out what Mannie Fresh had to say about it….
Kendrick Lamar – Bitch Don’t Kill My Vibe
Who is Kendrick Lamar? Kendrick Lamar is the hottest rapper in the industry right now. Straight outta Compton, California, Kendrick is the biggest hip hop star to blow from the west coast since Game. In October 2012 he released an album entitled good kid, m.A.A.d city, which is now certified Gold and considered a classic to many hip hop listeners.
After releasing dope singles such as “Swimming Pools (Drank)” and “Poetic Justice”, Kendrick released the video to the third single entitled “Bitch Don’t Kill My Vibe”. The remix to this song featuring Jay Z is already on heavy rotation in Atlanta and has been for over two months now. Until he drop a video for the remix, enjoy the footage below and make sure to comment as well.
VIP Vixxxens of Atlanta – Nikki Novelty
Introducing Nikki also know as Nikki Novelty. Coming from a military background, she knows how to stand her ground. Living in Atlanta for eight years where dreams come true you can see her in Future video “Ain’t No Way Around It”. She also appeared in Baby D video “Never Done” and Lil Hollywood ft Lil Wayne “Hot Shitt”. She is a big supporter of the March of Dimes. Her hobbies are skating, bowling, watching football, reading inspiring books. Nikki Novelty is a business women first so if it don’t make dollars it don’t make cents. Her favorite quote is “get rich or die trying”.
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Happy Mothers Day – Dear Mama – by 2Pac
Tomorrow is not promised to anyone, cherish this special day and acknowledge the person that brought you into this world. Put aside the anger (if there’s any) and replace it with love. If there is nothing but love for her, make sure you express it today with at least simple phone call or visit. Sometimes the smallest things mean so much. Happy Mothers Day to all of the lovely, caring mothers living and dead.
Check out one of my favorite mother songs by the late 2Pac Shakir entitled “Dear Moma”.