Pusha T, however, is still griping about his current workplace. “No ethics, no code, no morals,” he says. “It’s worse than drug dealing. No one works on principles. At least in the crack trade, there’s a code of honour. The music business is the worst. You turn into a number as soon as you sign the papers.”
You have to have a code or you have nothing.
Clipse find Oprah’s campaign self-serving. It is illogical, they say, to treat them the same as a highly paid, loud-mouth white radio shock jock. Unlike Imus, they say, they don’t use those words to describe women who are seeking an education, like the basketball players, but about the people who would buy the crack from them. [ NICE!!! B/C only crack heads are nappy headed hoes.]
This has been a refrain that I have heard from cats in the hood. This was the Snoop defense too. Watchall think?
Sometimes the rap game remind me of the crack game.
When I tell people I want to do Merger’s and Acquistions.
And I say, honestly, that sh*t reminds me of the 80’s crack game.
You can imagine white peoples faces, when I say THAT sh*t.
Think about it.
a. You have “You either run with me, or imma put you outta business, take your customers AND your real estate”.
Now that. Is a code.
Bjork likes Tha Clipse?
Bj?rk says …
I’ve always listened to hip-hop. Not tons, it’s not been a way of life for me, but I’m of a generation where Public Enemy changed my life. What I like most is the love of rhythm; though I don’t think I’ve ever used those rhythms, I think it would just be wrong. Right now, Clipse have some freshness. It’s the emotional aspect that attracts me.
May is here.
Half the year is gone.
How are your goals doing?