Dropped a quick freestyle for my brother Dru Caliway…currently uploading so go listen & download. »>http://www.reverbnation.com/camothaseventh/song/18193927-real-talk-freestyle

Dropped a quick freestyle for my brother Dru Caliway…currently uploading so go listen & download. »>http://www.reverbnation.com/camothaseventh/song/18193927-real-talk-freestyle

Dropping the track now…

Dropping the track now…

AIGHT…I’m back in it. Stationed here in Dade, Liberty City to be specific, freestyling for the cause with my D.M.G. brothers on some real shit. The session came out so live, that i just decided to throw it on my up & coming (debut) project…ALBUM to be real witcha. Stay tuned, the track will be available to download soon today…

AIGHT…I’m back in it. Stationed here in Dade, Liberty City to be specific, freestyling for the cause with my D.M.G. brothers on some real shit. The session came out so live, that i just decided to throw it on my up & coming (debut) project…ALBUM to be real witcha. Stay tuned, the track will be available to download soon today…

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Black Bar Mitzvah: A Toast To The Black Kings

liberationtheologee:

On the surface Rick Ross’s music may give listeners spectators the impression that he is just another rapper echoing the sentiments and bravado that is often associated with rappers and although this may be true, it is also true that Ricky Rozay is saying much more than boasting and bragging about his money and the lifestyle it has allowed him to enjoy. 

At the heart of Rick Ross’s music is a different kind of Black Power, drenched in capitalism. Black Power and capitalism may sound like odd bed fellows, but think again, Black Americans have long ago gave credence to the idea that the advancement of a few choice Black Americans is an acceptable bar of the social progress of Black Americans.  

In the Black Bar Mitzvah, Ross espouses sentiments of Black Power in his lyrics, promoting ideas of wealth building and entrepreneurship.

“All my business endeavors. Open your Minds! We Gettin Mo’ Money, We Owners now, follow the code.” “Take ya bitch to have some Lemon Pepper, Wing Stop Nigga. Yea we got some of those, few of those matter of fact, several of those.”

Ross even endorses President Barrack Obama for re-election in his own way, when he raps:

“My t-shirt cost 15, my chain read 1.3, that champagne I piss out Cristal Fuck Mitt Romney.” and “Obama fundraiser… all dope boys.”

Ross stays true to his gangster/dope dealing fantasy rap but one cannot deny the pro Black sentiments that he makes a point to include in his music.  The spirit of Rick Ross’s Black Bar Mitzvah is a celebration of Black success, he wastes no time tearing down fellow rappers and only consistently gives shouts out to his brothers and business partners in the industry.  That’s why the Black Bar Mitzvah is a toast to the Black Kings.

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kabp11:

t-camo:
I’m backkkkkkkkkkk follow me on twitter @T_camo (where I’m mainly at) and stay updated on how D.M.G. Music Group (my team) is taking over rap down here in Dade County!!

kabp11:

t-camo:

I’m backkkkkkkkkkk follow me on twitter @T_camo (where I’m mainly at) and stay updated on how D.M.G. Music Group (my team) is taking over rap down here in Dade County!!

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Errbody thought I was bullshitin…listen to the intro to mixtape track 7