What I want is to be happy. I love how it rolls off my tongue. I want my kids to be happy and successful.
It's been 19 years, six months and four days since the release of Quentin Tarantino's seminal film "Pulp Fiction," as of this writing. A perfect time, we say, to reflect on the myriad life lessons his timeless crime flick bestowed upon us through a pair of hitmen, a gangster, a gangster's wife and assorted others. No, seriously.
Big Moe Yeee-yeee haahee yeehaa, yeee-yaahee that nigga Big Ass Moe chillin with my partna named D-mo its on his birthday we comin through in a niggas trunk is a nigga named Screw and I got that boy Kici in heah and that boy Poyo and these hoes heah and we comin through wit that boy Flig-ati Flea comin out the 3, cuttin hairs with that boy J-o-e yeah that nigga Joe I done came through, Big Moe never been no hoe I'm up on this tape, never gonna hate Ima come through bouncin on my scrap plate yeeea yeeee? Im gonna smoke some fuckin blunts pop the fuckin trunk, the neon lights gonna come comin down the 'vard actin hard, not fraud comin through Po-yo gotta yella broad automatic hoe, gotta yella hoe comin through the boulevard can't rock 'n roll I never gave a damn, my juice gonna slam I'm at I. Kici Now we chillin, now we just leanin and we comin up fixin to pop up on the scene just got some drank from that boy with that bird and you know we just hooked up on some syrup now you know we gone, goin real strong I thinkin ride far, I thinkin ride long drop roll barre, that what I want Im comin on down jammin I gotta be slammin, gotta be comin and you know we smoke weed we dont fuck with embalmin cause that shit bad for a G like me I guess I represent Southside lil Kici I showin em, Everybody got on they Nikes and you know what everybody higher than a kite or they just leanin in they seat Smokin swisha sweets want some fuckin crack gone and hit me on my beep A-I-R, sippin on tha barre nigga you dont understand nigga in our car got 4 TVs all up in the seats and I splits down nuthin but them swisha sweets I'm just what reclinin nigga bumper climbin man whats up in my mouth is steady diamonds yeah everbody like, where the night?
Here goes! First off White People, fuck you for colonization. There is no winning here for you White People; colonization is the deus ex-machina of justifying why you all are the worst race on the planet at the moment, maybe even all of human history.
When you need to hear it: When it's approximately a. One, don't pick up the phone You know he's only calling 'cause he's drunk and alone Two, don't let him in You have to kick him out again Three, don't be his friend You know you're gonna wake up in his bed in the morning And if you're under him You ain't getting over him. When you need to hear it: When you're in that can't-stop-spontaneously-sobbing-while-walking-down-the-street phase.
Cardi B is back with a new single "Be Careful," and fans might be surprised by the singer's latest drop. The song is a stunning turn from her more confident previous tracks. Cardi B has been trying to tell her fans that she is a regular girl from the beginning. On "Be Careful," she asks for everybody to finally start seeing her that way.
Street cred can be attained through various means, but striking fear in others is one of the more prevalent -- and effective -- ways to go about being respected in the streets, as well as in the realm of hip-hop. Going back as early as pioneers like Melle Mel, who was one of the first street-certified MCs in rap, hip-hop had its fair share of imposing figures during the s, including Just-Ice, Eric B. While there were more than a few fearsome figures in rap, much of the music made prior to -- when acts like N.