It’s important for us to sow good into this world especially these days. I know some days may be a bit more challenging and I have a message for you.
What exactly is love? Watch the video. Leave a comment.
I say this with no uncertain terms. It’s time to stop playing with our power and what we have access to.
God has blessed us with the ability to ask in prayer and it’s about time we get active.
Say a prayer.
Had a bit of a tough start today and I did some thing to raise my vibration and the day shifted.
Woke up this morning with love on my heart and mind. Spread love today.
Precise has done it again with “The Cure” produced by Dj Tekwun. Precise’s smooth delivery and Tekwun’s hard hitting production is just what the doctor ordered. Take a listen, as a matter of fact listen to it 100 times and see me in the morning.
DJ Premier and RZA faced off in a producers battle that was one for the ages. Timbaland and Swizz Beatz launched the ‘VERZUZ’ battle series in March during the start of the coronavirus pandemic. The goal of the series is to celebrate the architects of good music.
DJ Premier of Gang Starr and RZA of the Wu-Tang Clan faced off in one of the most epic producer battles since this series has been launched. Both of these men represent juggernauts in the culture of Hip-Hop and have worked with many of greats. Jay Z, Nas, Mary J Blige, ODB and Biggie Smalls are a few of the artists both producers have worked with.
The battle was a trip down memory lane with a focus on the golden age of rap. RZA kicked it off with “Liquid Swords” from the album of the same name to which Premier followed up with “Medley: Intro” by Jay Z off of his album In My Lifetime. There were a few technical difficulties for RZA early on but after some communication from DJ Premier’s engineer it was corrected.
Both producers shared details of sessions for specific songs. When Premier played “Come Clean” by Jeru the Damaja he mentioned that LL Cool J was in the studio when he created the track for the song.
Premier also recalled the time RZA stepped to him in Los Angeles and told him that he had a song called C.R.E.A..M that would whip him.
The original battle was set to go 20 rounds but it went much longer as both producers offered up music to heal during this tumultuous time.
The overall winner for the evening was the culture of hip-hop because of how it continues to bring the world together and created a way out of no way for so many people of the world.
I scored the battle 13-7 with DJ Premier as the winner. Check out my breakdown after the jump.
Say what you want but rap and Hip-Hop would not be the same without Eminem. His skill level is amazing and he embraces the culture.
His new video for “Godzilla” is a creative venture and features the late Juice Wrld on the chorus. I’m going to spend less time explaining this and just let you watch it. Check out the video below.
Stream “It’s On Me” by Precise
G Herbo currently has one of the hottest projects to drop this year. He chopped it up with Eddy “Precise” Lamarre of rolling out and touched on his relationship with Juice Wrld, seeking therapy and PTSD.
Stream “I’m Dreaming (Don’t Wake Me)’ by Precise
Waka Flocka took to Everyday Struggle to share his thoughts on a few things. When discussing why he stopped rapping and transitioned into business he said something very surprising.Check out what he said in the video below.
Stream “That Ol’Boom Bap” by Precise