With all eyes focused on Houston, Texas the site of Super Bowl LI this week, Skittles sent former Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch to “Houston, Scotland” to chop it up with the locals and see if they were as excited about the big game as people are here in the United States.
With the hard drums and booming baselines from producer Mike Will Made it, Lecrae raps about his beginnings and humble roots on “Blessings”. The song is a reminder to Lecrae that he never took anything for granted and how it has shaped him to the man he is today.
One of my fav artist. She keeps getting better and better. Even at 45 she is still doing her thang. Missy puts her own spin on this new wave of hip hop and holding her own. This new song in my opinion is flat out amazing. Check out the video below.
January 20th would have been the 52nd birthday of Jason William Mizell, better known as Jam Master Jay of the legendary group Run DMC. His memory lives on thanks to his son TJ Mizell. Check out the tribute TJ and Skratch Bastid display down below.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. best was a baptist minister and activist who was a leader in the Civil Rights Movement. Known for his advancement of civil rights using no violence and his famous I Have A Dream speech. He led the Montgomery bus boycott and helped organize the March on Washington, where he delivered his famous speech.
I can remember as a child growing up in my parents house on this day. This day was a big deal in the brown family home. My dad used to make me watch the I Have A Dream speech every year each time it would be played on tv. He used to say, sit down and get you some history. Dr. King was very important, not just in African-American history in history in general. He believed that everyone was created equal and the color of your skin shouldn’t mean that your less of a person.
Not the type of song you think it would be. Cole new song turns out to be a politically charged track talking about “America hypocrisy”, and a conversation he had with President Obama. Check out the track below.