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Homies TiRon & Ayomari drop the clip for their get up, get out anthem, "What You Waiting On," directed by Andrew Quesada.
If you're into clogging your arteries while nodding your head to some hedonistic Hip-Hop, then TiRon and his right-hand man Ayomari have the joint for you.
First of all: LMAO @ the opening montage of this video. It's always great to see an emcee with serious skills not take themselves so serious. What's no laughing matter, however, is the musical treat when you crack up the digital underground packet which is MSTRD. Putting it down for numero; el singular, TiRon got the head nod for your iPod in visonary form live and direct from Downtown L.
"...But the only thing they tellin' you is no, You know that you deserve it but them curtains bout to close." In a sea of rappers, it's hard to gain attention for your skills when everything but true talent is what garners the spotlight. Even more than music, the idea can apply to all arenas in life where those who may not deserve the promotion or acclaim receive it as a result of dumb luck, nepotism or outspoken behavior mistaken for intelligence. The sentiment brings us to TiRon's "Down," the first visual offering from MSTRD, directed by LA's Calmatic.
It's easy to get overwhelmed by the deluge of MCs fighting for your clicks and ears these days.
The cafeteria is open but the only thing being served is condiments. How do you even manage? If you're TiRon, it's as easy as squeezing the bottle to lace your food. He gave you plenty of time to Ketchup while he hoped in the kitchen to whip up a lil' MSTRD to compliment his verbal skills.
The line is long as f#ck. Unless you have women with you. If you have women with you, it's pretty much a done deal. Right to the front of the line with you and two of your loveliest ladies. The girls walk on either side of you, one on each arm. Walk up to the front of the line where Dom-the-Dime greats you with a smile and a nod. Walk on through the purple-flowered pergola and you hear from a dude in the line left in your wake say "So that's what it takes. I see how it is." That is how it is. It's The Do Over.
"And back then I was rockin' Payless/cuz my mother got paid less/and if it cost over $30, had to Ross it.
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