Meek Mill is feeling some type of way about Wale not tweeting anything about Meek’s upcoming album #DWMTM So, he calls him out on Twitter.. Wale just ain’t…
MIC on his circle sh**… you know how it goes.
This is no particular order because, really, it’s mandatory that you watch all these movies! I would feel some-type-of-way if you listen to Hip Hop and haven’t watched any of these movies… So I decided to make a list…
This movie was an instant classic when it hit the box offices. Two homies, on a money quest. With DMX, Nas, T Boz and Method Man, their roles came to life and this was the movie to watch and keep in your collection.
Movie quote: “Shawty can’t eat no books dawg”
This was the classic movie that showed us how to throw a real house party. High School is the funnest time in your life. Kid n Play are kids in high school trying to throw a party while Play’s parents are out of town. This showed how everything was back in the day. The Late Robin Harris nailed his role as Kid’s pops.
Movie quote: “Keep yo mind on them books and off them gals” – Pops
This is one of the first Hip Hop movies ever. I loved this movie because it showed you how Russell was making his way up and the it also showed the beginning of Def Jam. LL Cool J makes his debut when he spits in front of Run DMC. Beastie Boys, Fat Boys, Sheila E, and Kurtis Blow were all acts that are legendary now.
State property was that movie for real. This was an independent film/dvd-type flick that made heavy noise in dvd players across the US. With Beanie playing the Boss bully, you get a idea of the reality of this game.
Famous Quotes – “You either get down or you lay down!” - Beanie Siegal
8 Mile was one of the biggest Hip Hop Movies ever. With Eminem as the lead role and the movie being about him, you get to see how life really was for Em and how he came up in the D… (Detroit). You can’t forget about the battle scenes and the dope freestyles either.
The first hip hop love story?? Tupac and Janet on a road trip….discovering each other. This showed the sensitive side to the hip hop game. Not to mention all the powerful black actors in this movie like Maya Angelou and Janet Jackson.
Tupac was that dude; acting in two of the biggest hip hop movies. Juice was definitely a classic right off the jump. With Omar Epps, this movie was all about the power of having power and respect.
Beat Street was one of the first hip hop classic movies. Mario Van Peeples definitely did his thing on here; showing the life in the inner city, and showing the trials and tribulations of the hip hop culture.
Breakin’ is one of a kind. It shows the breakdance culture of hip hop.. Turbo with his famous ‘popping’ scene with the broom is epic. It also shows that the culture has no racial barriers.. even a white girl name Kelly can get down.
10. Hustle and Flow
Hustle n Flow was dope because it was actually an actual actor playing a rapper, (It’s usually a rapper playing another rapper.) This movie talked about a pimp from the south, and how it was to come up and make a name for himself.
11. Get Rich or Die Tryin
50 Cent’s Get Rich or Die Trying was dope. A man trying to turn his wrongs into something rights. We got to see inside of his life; from being in jail, to the come up. It’s got the love story in it too.
Meek Mill is feeling some type of way about Wale not tweeting anything about Meek’s upcoming album #DWMTM
So, he calls him out on Twitter..
Wale just ain’t gone tweet a thing about my album…. He’s been hating on me long time now …don’t even text me cornball! #UNOTMMG
— Meek Mill (@MeekMill) July 8, 2014
I don’t need no support…It’s about a lot of these dudes really b hating behind closed doors..All these guys that’s on the rap scene kno — Meek Mill (@MeekMill) July 8, 2014
Few weeks ago. (7w) I posted this .but ok. Movin along . My Avi always changed when it’s THAT time .. Ok that’s not enough y’all see “razor ramon ” post on his no. But I don’t care.. I wrote a long ass post day before his single dropped .. Mariah record dropped nobody said a word I didn’t care .. I still don’t… I carry myself with confidence and humility ., I always try to have a lighter side to MMG.. Cuz I understand I don’t “fit the mold” so if I’m tryna spruce an interview up to show that we not tryn be “serious tough guys” on the red carpet Or try to be a bit more engaging to broaden our audience forgive me . I never wanted anybody to think we take ourselves THAT serious. (Were rappers )I don’t need to take anybody shine.. Or hate on anybody . I walk in a completely different world .. Where I look for slp jeans and Shanghai dunks online and know what “kayfabe” means. I check nbadraft.net daily . I’m on whatculture allll day I enjoy shyt like that. I play fuckin Zelda and fuck wit bitches who teach yoga and paint… I get it . I’m different . I always embrace that shyt.. I encourage y’all to embrace what y’all like or the person y’all wanna be.. I text niggas happy Father’s Day and get no reply .. I laugh it off .. I laugh at how I write songs about “chain music” and y’all get lost or “600benzz” i like to have fun with our culture. Because I beleive I add THAT to a “gangster rap” faction. I made my opportunity work for me that way. I write poems . I watch wwe . I collect kicks. I’m sensitive ok. Maybe bi polar. But one thjng I’m not is a hater.. I see Daquan jokes all day yesterday and patted myself on the back that I’m regarded as the aforementioned adjectives and not “Daquan”. I’m me and I’ll be me and do this shyt wit my “dew” till I don’t wanna do it. I encourage you to wake up soon as you find time. This was a post about #nothin ✊
MIC on his circle sh**… you know how it goes.
New music by Eubanks titled Dance 4 Me prod. by TroopBoyBeats….