Big Hip Hop fan.
Big Hip Hop culture.
Yes, I am one of those guys who says “bring back the old school!"
The Flow Joe’s, the Slam’s, One Love’s.
To me, the 90’s were Hip Hop’s Golden Age.
Origins: Half British & Half Zimbabwean
Residence: France (hell yeah, I’m trilingual!!)
Favorite rapper: well.. 2Pac, Redman, Disiz amongst others.
Check out my flow: https://soundcloud.com/khaelim
This is actually what the sweet voiced babe looks like.
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At this part, he says “nigga” like a true pimp. It sounds like “noook-a”. True pimp Red all the way!
“A healthy mind in a healthy body”
also in French: “Un esprit sain dans un corps sain”
And if it ain’t here, MAKE the chance.
Turn time around and make history!
You know it makes sense. Being down won’t get you anywhere.
No use drooling on the Djokovic and Nadals of this world. Be one yourself.
Forget about that. You need to think of the future
Listening to the early real soul Kanye albums.
This is Game reppin' L.A. on the Eastside but it is also a reference to a famous 1997 song by Capone-N-Noreagga, Mobb Deep and produced by Marley Marl called “L.A., L.A.”.