In case anyone was wondering, here’s a list of all the people and places that are referred to as “bout it” in “Bout It” by TRU, “Bout It Bout It Pt. 2” by Master P feat. Mia X, and “Bout It Bout It Pt. 3” by the Diplomats feat. Master P.
You cannot reconcile creativeness with technical achievement. You may be perfect in playing the piano, and not be creative; you may play the piano most brilliantly, and not be a musician. You may be able to handle color, to put paint on canvas most cleverly, and not be a creative painter. You may create a face, an image out of a stone, because you have learned the technique, and not be a master creator. Creation comes first, not technique, and that is why we are miserable all our lives. We have technique—how to put up a house, how to build a bridge, how to assemble a motor, how to educate our children through a system—we have learned all these techniques, but our hearts and minds are empty. We are first class machines; we know how to operate most beautifully, but we do not love a living thing. You may be a good engineer, you may be a pianist, you may write in a good style in English or Marathi or whatever your language is, but creativeness is not found through technique. If you have something to say, you create your own style; but when you have nothing to say, even if you have a beautiful style, what you write is only the traditional routine, a repetition in new words of the same old thing.
So, having lost the song, we pursue the singer. We learn from the singer the technique of song, but there is no song; and I say the song is essential, the joy of singing is essential. When the joy is there, the technique can be built up from nothing; you will invent your own technique, you won’t have to study elocution or style. When you have, you see, and the very seeing of beauty is an art.
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Uptown Speakers by Nahmoney
The Sneaker Speakers were born by transforming a simple white-on-white pair of Air Force 1 into an intriguing sound system. The makeover was conducted by Alex Nash also known as Nashmoney , a London designer hooked on athletic footwear. With integrated speakers, knobs, dials and input sockets, this set seems to have all it takes in order to get a party going. To top it all, each sneaker has its own classy wooden support.
You gotta snap some collars and let them motherfuckers know you here to take them out anytime you feel like it! You gotta get the ground beneath your feet, partner, get the wind behind your back and go out in a blaze if you got to! Otherwise you ain’t shit! You might as well be dead your damn self! - Bishop
Tupac’s most memorable role…and America’s worst nightmare.