Still think there isn’t any real reppahz from those day’s who showing that those who came before are still rapping, and repping, just on a whole other level? Aw yea, why of course it is, and for me it’s truly important to let it be known that, there are still real reppahz for Kzoo, but in a way where it shows that the walk, and come up was far from easy as some try to paint the picture with the Fat-man living.
This is why I strive to reach y’all especially if ya in Kzoo in hopes that you can see, and say in all honesty that the work placed before you is either on point or it’s naught. Creatively, and truthfully speaking though, you know after watching and listening that this is real Kzoo music from a street point of view.
Only those who know, know the struggles that one faced back in the day’z and time of the hardcore street life of many, many obstacles that one either fell victim to, or strove, and sacrificed in order to make it through. I been telling y’all that this ain’t about who got the most money, material and finer things in life.
It’s about naught allowing those who don’t know the hardships that one went through be undermined, played with, and overlooked for the sake of a paid for image that has or holds no concrete, and solid when it comes to ones everyday situations and struggles just to survive in animal zoo.
So as a creative rap artist who paints the picture, I invite you to watch, view and listen to the lyrics of this artist who clearly shows to naught play with the art of making rap music for the mind, and be brave enough to just express, and share.
Making this music clearly, I’ve shown is naught just for me, and far from easy. It’s work better know that, be it recording and or producing. But to show that one hasn’t and won’t forget all of the good, bad and ugly with no regrets, just making it clear that respect must be given to the ones who show to carry the torch for the old-school kattz and women who Walked It Rough in their time, and deserves respect if earned, and that’s #Rilla. “I holds it down, just call me weight.”
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