Hip-Hop gets such a bad rep sometimes.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
"Say he graduated, got his diploma Got three kids, two baby mommas Got a part-time job at McDonald's There ought to be reality shows for his drama He owe child support, so he got warrants Got locked up, released the next mornin' Post bail, lost his job the same mornin' Savin' for a rainy day, it's bout to start pourin' Now, he on the job hunt for a new employer Gotta' feed his son and his two daughters No, he don't sell dope, 'cause he got morals And his kids' future is what he's lookin' forward to And he got a girlfriend he want to give more to And she got a grocery list of shit he can't afford to do He got job interviews n court, too Let's wish him luck and hope he finds a horseshoe.
A few weeks back, we were introduced to the song "Allen Iverson" (right at the height of the latest drama surrounding A.
Mondays can be hit or miss on most weeks but I guess we're blessed since here are three good projects to start the week off.
Unlike most rappers, Don Trip doesn’t rap just to get rich.
It's been an Allen Iverson week here at Dime.
Listen to Don Trip's music close enough and you'll hear he's going through some real life issues while trying to make this music thing work in his favor.
With quotes from Bubba Chuck's turbulent life and career - including the legendary "practice" speech - Don Trip describes life isn't always greener when setting out to cash in on a God given talent.
If the rap game actually runs parallel to the crack game, taking over one's town is the first objective in total domination.
"I'm so fresh to death I'm bout to go and buy a hearse" While "The Life" of Don Trip is definitely interesting, to say the least, the latest single from his Help Is On The Way album isn't quite as captivating as his past few releases.
You know you're doing something right when Bun B, the trillest of the trill, is telling the world your work is "too real" via Twitter.
Don Trip takes aim at 50 Cent’s "Shooting Guns" and murks it what's become the norm whenever the Memphis artist takes the mic.
A quick roundup of the latest tracks to hit the Interwebs, leading the pack with Mac before his Blue Slide Park debut hits stores on Tuesday, November 8th.
After getting the Interwebs all teary-eyed with the original version of his goosebump-inducing "Letter To My Son," Don Trip caught the attention of Cee-Lo Green, who added his own soulful tones to a second serving of heartache.
"This is my life, I'm not entertained at all, See if you can fix this with control, delete and alt.
Still listening to Stepbrothers.
What I'll likely most remember Hip-Hop's summer of 2011 by is the sudden explosion of group projects.