LAPD, NYPD. Word.
I don't think there's much I have to say in this space about Michael I haven't said already, so here's what I wrote last year after MJ's passing...
Honestly, the last 24 hours has been a daze for me. It started with one of my proudest moments to watch my sister graduate from high school but ended in a way that has made question my place as a blogger, a fan, an artist and even as a person. Michael meant that much to me, as I'm sure he did to a lot of people. I literally watched VH1 specials about Michael as a child for hours and days on end repeatedly, moon walking continuously all over the house. I honestly can say I wouldn't be the same person I am if not for MJ, which is part of the reason this last day has been one of the most difficult of my life. He is the greatest and should be remembered as such. RIP to the King Of Music, enjoy one last marquee.
Michael has forever embedded the passion of music in me, and I doubt I would be rapping if it wasn't for that. He is a once in a lifetime phenomenon.
He is now, and will forever be, the King Of Music. Rest in peace to Micheal Joseph Jackson.
I thought this was the coolest thing, and they're all to Donnis's music, who I like. I spotted it on 2DopeBoyz, so I'll let Meka tell the story...
"The final video in Nigel Sylvester’s three-part series completes the story of Nigel’s day, by showing what went down that afternoon.
After a brief encounter with hip-hop artist Teyana Taylor, Nigel sets out on a citywide mission to see the young star again. Following her taxi throughout NYC is no easy task, but Nigel manages to keep up, avoiding close calls along the way including a run-in with football star LaDainian “LT” Tomlinson."
The Morning and Night episodes are below the cut, the Night one has a cameo from 40 Oz Van...
“People can always have a judgement about anything you do. So it doesn’t bother me. Everything can be strange to someone.”- Michael Jackson
Today I start celebrating your life until your day, June 25th. We still miss you. Rest in peace, the greatest of all time.
One Day In Your Life- Jackson 5:
"They wonder how I live, with five shots. Niggas is hard to kill, on my block"
Happy birthday to one of the greatest to ever do this. One of the reasons we all even here rapping. I put the link below to Dream Hampton's article about Pac. Also my brothers S Dot Tress, Rob Acosta & A!R Raid made a track in his honor, so click on that download and get your Tupac on!
Tupac: Hellraiser by Dream Hampton
Get Your Tupac On: http://usershare.net/d8l0nhu6jnzt
Bet you didn't realize how many cameos were in this video. Either that or you didn't know who they were yet. Dame Dash, Juelz Santana, Freeway, Peedi Crakk, Beanie Sigel, Jim Jones and Kanye West were all in this video. Reunite the Roc!