Ok so I’m gonna have to come quick and correct with some stuff that’s been on my mind. Here goes…

People get scared when they hear the gay word, but when you truly know yourself, you gonna be good. Say for instance you’re watching a porno, right. And, you’re j****** off and s***, and some gay s*** pops up. And you’re like, “Oh, s***!” Either you’re gonna look at that s***, or you’re not gonna look at it and you’re not gonna give a f*** about it. Like, some gay s*** can pop up on me, and I don’t give a f*** about it. I’m like, “Oh, that’s that gay s***. Get that s*** off. Back to the b******.”

But some muthafuckers are in denial. Some dudes are really in denial. They’re like, “What’s that? Ohhhh!” And they hate themselves for that. They’re like, “What’s wrong with me?” You feel me? And these are m************ that’s around us. That’s not saying s***. So, it’s like, I’m a f***** because I’m so not a f*****. I can say I’m a f*****. I can say I’m the gayest b**** on Earth. And I’m so not gay, it’s obvious. I know from my deepest core that I’m very far from gay. So I can say I’m the b**** queen that f**** cows. I’m not.

It’s like, “motherfuckers, look at ME.” I’m that fine m***********. I’m over here dressing beautiful. You feel me? M***********, I been doing this s*** since I was like 15. So it’s not even for attention. I got the best album coming out in hip-hop history. No one’s ever done what I’ve done, bro. I’ve shattered the bar system. I’ve created my own system. I’ve composed my own work.

I need that attention on me. That’s because the attention deserves to be on me. I’m gonna go m************ hard. I’m breaking down these barriers of society. Society says you’re supposed to do this, and you’re supposed to do it this way, you know you’re supposed to look like this. We’re a new generation of people. We need to be happy. We need to love each other. We need to accept each other for who we are and stop judging each other. Live life and love. Stop judging just to keep yourself secure. Look deeper. There’s always something deeper than what it is.

I know what true rap is. I know what undeniable rap is. I know what the critics like. I know what it is because I’m an MC. M************ forget, I’m not a rapper. An MC is for the people. An MC is everything, man. The movements, the expressions. Real, true hip-hop. You gotta know hip-hop to be one.

Man, I made a thousand songs sober. It’s nothing. I got so much music that I’m in alphabetical order now, so that’s where I’m at with it. Everybody gonna have to feel me. I love everybody. I love all the rappers and I wanna f*** with them. I wanna work. M************ hear me saying f*** all these rappers. M************ gonna take offense if they don’t like me. M************ don’t know I listen to everybody. You might not f*** with me but I f*** with you.

Lil B, Gangsta!

You know, it is what it is. Base-ically that’s all there is to it.


Just wanna throw this out there real quick:

I love the street documentaries and the mob documentaries, and they be like quick history lessons to me. I see myself as motivation for the hood. I see myself as a motivation for somebody who — you know, a young dude sittin’ in the house whose older sister is 16 with 5 kids, she don’t know none of her baby daddies, so I ain’t gonna say… I may not be a role model, but I most definitely could be motivation for a lot of people in the hoods.

You know, I tell everybody where I’m from, “Getting a million dollars is like getting one tattoo.” So, if you look at me, you already know what’s crackin’. It’s addictive; you need it. You don’t look right with just one. You don’t look right. It ain’t fly. My biggest indulgence — other than food, of course? Other than Italian pastas, the T-bones and the New York strips on a New York strip? It may have to be that smoke for my mind. I love that smoke for my mind, you know? It inspires me. I ain’t gonna say I feel the urge to settle down, but being a bachelor, you go to sleep lonely a lot of nights, even for a Boss. But I ain’t gonna say I’m ready to settle down; that ain’t even a consideration for me yet. You know what I mean? I just suck it up and then in the morning, someone’s available.

Really, I like to write music for fun. That’s my hustle, my grind, my means of stayin’ alive, and it’s also my recreation, too. I’m just proud of the work. I mean, it’s like lightning in a bottle. You know what I’m saying, that’s one of the best ways to describe the new music, the concepts, the ideas — I just put a lot more into it. But two days ago I was in my briefs, in the pool, palm trees, I saw like — not ducks flying over me, but something else. Some other… amphibian… yeah, they be flying over me. Not like a duck or a bird, but something else. Them long-necked things. Geese. Yeah, geese. They look fly when you fly by, you know what I mean?

Sorry, had to go on a tirade and let my inner Rick Ross out for a minute. Ruh!

The Real, Rick Ross


The Real Rick Ross?

Yo, new track! This one’s called “BertBeat DertDream.” The track is self produced and the artwork is adopted from the cover of The BFG. Please enjoy!


Check out the debut Hennessey On Ice mixtape!

And then there was this little comment blip. I really couldn’t figure out what to do with this jokester ILoveHaters:


Ok had to settle some shit I just saw on The Boom Blog this morning (R.I.P shout out gunz blaze toward heaven Pauley Boom) but anways check it, and sorry for the misspellings:

consider this my first tirade damnit.

Here’s another freestyle, this guy an old one I recorded about a year ago. It’s over the skeleton of a beat i made that i have since added to, featuring samples of “Dreadlocks In Moonlight” by Lee Scratch Perry. Artwork is adopted, well, more like stolen, from Bob Marley and The Wailers’s “Catch A Fire” album cover.

I will be droppin some freestyles over an expanded version of the beat on my upcoming mixtape “Toasts & Trifles,” and I have an actual song written for the beat… look out for all that ish sometime in the… near.. future.. haha… Hope you like this, though!