What’s the remedy? Suckaz better get their own identity,
And to the enemy, you better roll like there’s ten of me.
Brothers ain’t half-steppin…they’re walking backwards.
I like my pockets fat, not flat.
Peace to every single rapper on this whole earth;
Sellouts got no worth…
I think they better go soul search.
In my heart, though, I do believe:
If you put out more love than you receive,
It’s bound to come back around, eventually.
“All I see is blinking lights, track boards and fat mics. 950s, SP-12s, MPC60s…”
– A.G., “Next Level,” from Show & A.G.’s Goodfellas, 1995. DJ Premier closes down the legendary D&D Studios (aka HeadQCourterz) today and migrates to Kaufman Astoria Studios in Queens. The recording den, where Rakim, KRS-One, Jay Z, Nas and Gang Starr made some of hip-hop’s most canonized songs, will come to a close in 2015 due to new building ownership.
You got game like me? I doubt it.
They say pimping ain’t easy…what’s so hard about it?
Everything has a price…
No matter if it’s fortune, fame or your life.
I understood later that it’s all about paper,
Everything has a fee in the land of the free.