There are 4 Types of Rappers that we all know, love, hate, despise, and secretly want to be like.
The 90’s Rapper
This is the rapper that thinks that Rakim & Eric B are still the President, and hope that Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth will get back together. Baggy pants are still a staple fashion, and using complex metaphors over a classic snare drum & clap mixed with a boring chorus – are the ingredients to ‘Real Hip-Hop’
Top 90’s Rappers:
The Gangsta Rapper
This is the Alpha Thug, spends his drug money on working with the popular producers and the best studios. Loves Scarface. Is not afraid to take pics or videos of himself with guns, knives, and using banned narcotics. Likes to use a wide range of simile’s to explain how he will shoot and kill you, your family, and even retroactively kill your deceased great-great GrandFather from the civil war.
Top Gangsta Rappers:
The Swag Rapper
This is the Rapper whom gets his haircut at least once a week, cause you, black ppl’s hair grows back very fast. Always has the newest shoes and gear, frequenter of the Luxury Car Rental stores – cause appearance is everything, right? Makes sure to buy bottles upon bottles in the club, pouring liquor into his entourage’s mouth, and strangers. And always takes a bad bitch back to the hotel – then when its time to checkout, its back to Mama’s house … Until next weekend, and ‘We Do it again’.
Top Swag Rappers:
Any rapper that is highly materialistic (Yes, its a lot)
The Emo Rapper
This is the rapper that likes close fitting jeans, and low V-neck tops. Working out at the gym isn’t that important, food isn’t as important either. Comes from the suburbs, but knows about hardships …. Talks about real problems like bitches that snort too much of your cocaine, those type of issues. Likes to sing too, and thinks they are ‘Pseudo Rockers’ so will have a skateboard and guitar too. Also this rapper is very expressive with his feelings and emotions, sometimes a bit too much.
Top Emo Rappers:
Yeah, we know there are more types of Rappers that could possibly be added to this list, feel free to list those types in the comments below.
So you were able to persuade the girl of your dreams in going on a date with you, perfect. Things are going well, you give her your magic charm, she is smiling & laughing (hopefully not at you), the food is good, and you end up paying, and you take her home. Good Stuff. But the cycle of you paying for the meal after the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and to the 10th date, starts to leave you wondering, “When is she going to pay for the date?”. And this is the question that is the fuel for debate, and equally the source of arguments as some women, regardless of how long they have been dating their Man, refuse to pay for dates. Chivalry is not dead, is it? Yes, Men should do certain things, but we also live in an age of equality – with the rise of Feminism, women desire & want to be treated as equal, as they should be. But in some facets of life, they still want the Man to ‘take care’ of certain things such as dates – even if they are in a long-term committed relationship or even married.
A lot has been said also on whom initiates the date – meaning that if the Man asks the Woman out, then the Man should pay – I can understand that. But after awhile, once a mutual understanding is established, and once both parties are interested in each other, then that is when things such as dates should start being shared, right? This video illustrates the differing views between males & females on whom should pay for date – hilarity ensues as most women will stick to their guns that women should NEVER pay for dates, and where Men are always trying to walk that fine line of ‘wishing/hoping’ that women eventually start sharing or paying their ‘fair share’.
Another comedy video from my Urban Comedy Network Family featuring comedian Anthony Engelbrecht. This was an interesting shoot because we had a script that we had to modify on the fly, so most of the content was impromptu, and we met some interesting people showing us their variations of the Gangnam Style dance – which included booty smacking and all. I had fun editing this video, which is a rarity.
All my Ladies that have weave, whether Yaki, Remy, or Synthetic will be able to relate to the ‘Ten Weave Commandments’. One thing that is evident about hair weave, is that it is a multi-billion dollar industry and women invest a lot of time and energy in trying to find that right weave.
So personality @nadinemarieg created a funny parody called the ‘Ten Weave Commandments’, and they are helpful tips for any woman struggling with their weave:
1. Never let your tracks show (self-explanatory) 2. Always travel with your weave glue (or hair pins in case a track falls out) 3. Always pat your head when it’s itchy (patting won’t pull out the tracks or make your hair messy) 4. Never lie and say “it’s all mine.” 5. Never make your weave too greasy (there’s nothing worse than a greasy weave, believe me) 6. Always travel with your brush (weave gets frizzy. Gotta keep it looking lush) 7. This rule is so overrated: keep your Remy and Yaki completely separated 8. Gel down your edges if they’re nappy (weave and nappy roots — that’s just tacky) 9. Nine should’ve been number 1 to me; ALWAYS know when to take out your weave! 10. Buy a wig just in case. If your hair is looking rough, put on a wig to cover it up.
Hopefully these tips will help some ladies to living a good life with their weave, because no other relationship is as important as a woman and her weave.
Came across this article after roaming the Internet and thought that the idea was a bit too ingenious not to mention and give credit: especially nowadays where every day a shitload of articles are produced with a bunch of charts and graphs – all in an attempt to persuade us to do something.
Naturally when you think of Bob Marley, not only do you think of the great timeless reggae music that preached positive vibes, but you also think of the great herbs; or whatever you call it – spliff, chalice, sensi, high grade. So naturally when you mix creative, ecstasy and drug laced graphic artists with the task of creating Bob Marley fan doodles, your going to get some really ‘groovy’ and funked out Bob Marley renditions.
Bob Marley is one of those transient artists that is adored by people of all musical preferences regardless if you’re a straight rocker, into country, or even a baby …. (see below)
Rap parody video by Montreal comedian Jon Lajoie. Its kinda weird that yeah, this is funny, but the content that he is talking about is what hip-hop should be; talking about struggling with finances, public transportation, and such. For more videos check him out at www.jonlajoie.com
This video has high levels of profanity, but equally, has high levels of humor. Essentially some Internet nerds with too much time on their hands have been prank calling a ‘Gangsta’, they recorded his voice over several occasions, and in this call, they prank call him with his own voice … the rest writes itself.
On a frigid Sunday in the City of Toronto, two lovebirds ventured around the downtown core, the harbourfront, Rogers Centre, Yonge-Dundas Square, in an attempt to film a successful viral-esque video to win a Radio contest on Toronto’s Z103.5FM. Shockingly enough, they have made the top 5, so if you like what you see, head over to: http://www.z1035.com/winawedding_videos_voting.php?candidate=5
And vote Stephen & Melissa to win their dream wedding!