Nas, teaching the youth

Nas, teaching the youth

(Source: real-hiphophead, via hiphoplaboratory)

king-emare:

tontonmichel:

cloudofpurple:

callmekelevra:

bigclitblackwomen:

afrodesiacworldwide:

REST IN PEACE TO ONE OF THE FUNNIEST BERNIE MAC..

The homie

R.I.P.

Rest In Peace to the Legend!

Miss him.

the best king of comedy

king-emare:

tontonmichel:

cloudofpurple:

callmekelevra:

bigclitblackwomen:

afrodesiacworldwide:

REST IN PEACE TO ONE OF THE FUNNIEST BERNIE MAC..

The homie

R.I.P.

Rest In Peace to the Legend!

Miss him.

the best king of comedy

(via the-art-of-hiphop)

"Let her speak when we get to the black topics."

(Source: lordofthewolves, via toadsagejeff)

donttakeitsopersonally:

My name is Ozymandias, king of kings:
 Look on my works, ye Mighty, and despair! Nothing beside remains. Round the decay of that colossal wreck, boundless and bare.The lone and level sands stretch far away.

literally the greatest episode of television ever made. #likeever

(Source: quentintortellino, via autumn-leafeon)

escapedgoat:

xxvalleygirlxx:

When a nigga call you baby in a deep raspy voice

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When a baby call you nigga in a deep raspy voice

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(via gooldenn)

based-shenron:

Never forget

based-shenron:

Never forget

(Source: funnyandhilarious, via dahfuckisthis)

soul-assassins:

raprelated:

yofuckq:

real-hiphophead:

hip-hop-journeys:

ruthlessvillain:

This should have more notes…

Name em all

Easy. Jay, Mad, Com, DOOM, Mos, Kweli, Nas, eL

Yo forgive me for the ignorance, but could someone shed a little light on the first and last dudes for me? I think “Jay” is the dude that collabed with DOOM?

yofuckq, first: J Dilla, rapper and producer, former member of Slum village, he’s done collabs with a ton of people, including Doom. Last: Elzhi, a rapper and former member of Slum Village, he’s now a solo artist .

Sleeping on Elzhi tho

@yofuckq Madlib, the 2nd person in the picture, is the one who was most famous for collaborating with DOOM, they have an album together called Madvillainy. Dilla collaborated with DOOM as well, but I don’t think any of those tracks were released before Dilla’s death.  Of the artists featured in this picture, Dilla worked most closely with Madlib (they have an entire album together), Common (Dilla produced most of Common’s 4th & 5th albums), and Elzhi.  Dilla & Madlib are two of the most prolific producers of all time.

soul-assassins:

raprelated:

yofuckq:

real-hiphophead:

hip-hop-journeys:

ruthlessvillain:

This should have more notes…

Name em all

Easy. Jay, Mad, Com, DOOM, Mos, Kweli, Nas, eL

Yo forgive me for the ignorance, but could someone shed a little light on the first and last dudes for me? I think “Jay” is the dude that collabed with DOOM?

yofuckq, first: J Dilla, rapper and producer, former member of Slum village, he’s done collabs with a ton of people, including Doom. Last: Elzhi, a rapper and former member of Slum Village, he’s now a solo artist .

Sleeping on Elzhi tho

@yofuckq Madlib, the 2nd person in the picture, is the one who was most famous for collaborating with DOOM, they have an album together called Madvillainy. Dilla collaborated with DOOM as well, but I don’t think any of those tracks were released before Dilla’s death.  Of the artists featured in this picture, Dilla worked most closely with Madlib (they have an entire album together), Common (Dilla produced most of Common’s 4th & 5th albums), and Elzhi.  Dilla & Madlib are two of the most prolific producers of all time.

(Source: missdalila, via the-art-of-hiphop)

zootedboy:

*black couple living in a haunted house*

wife: the house haunted

husband: we out this bitch

*everybody lives*

(via f-l-i-g-h-t-less)

inuis:

fantomeheart:

The only acceptable birthday cake

so when you blow out that candle you’ll be killing that charmander happy birthday u sick fuk

inuis:

fantomeheart:

The only acceptable birthday cake

so when you blow out that candle you’ll be killing that charmander happy birthday u sick fuk

(via ruinedchildhood)

angelclark:

99-Year-Old Lady Sews A Dress A Day For Children In Need 

Lillian Weber, a 99-year-old good Samaritan from Iowa, has spent the last few years sewing a dress a day for the Little Dresses For Africa charity, a Christian organization that distributes dresses to children in need in Africa and elsewhere.

Weber’s goal is to make 1,000 dresses by the time she turns 100 on May 6th. So far, she’s made more than 840. Though she says she could make two a day, she only makes one – but each single dress she makes per day is personalized with careful stitchwork. She hopes that each little girl who receives her dress can take pride in her new garment.

(via ruinedchildhood)

They didn’t even spell “Biggie” right -__-

They didn’t even spell “Biggie” right -__-

(Source: rebirthofthe90s, via hiphoplaboratory)

sniffing:

this could be us but you playin

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(via ruinedchildhood)

supabrizzy:

kingkendricklamar:

KENDRICK DAVE COLE

Legends

supabrizzy:

kingkendricklamar:

KENDRICK DAVE COLE

Legends

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