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black girl, whenever you feel unwanted

remember that they want your style

they want your lips, your hips, your hair

your ass, your clothes, your music

your swag, your aesthetic, the way you speak

you’re a walking treasure, literally

they may say they dont want you

but they want everything you have

all of it

Never forget.

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Hmm, I wonder why this isn’t widely reported by corporate media lol… Black excellence slays. Don’t let them tell you otherwise ;-)





  • Intro: State of the Hip-Hop Union Address
  • Track 1: How Do My Presidential Balls Taste?
  • Track 2: Obamacare For Ya Mama
  • Track 3: Vetoing The Pussy feat: The First Lady
  • Track 4: Rock the Vote After I Rock Ya Headboard
  • Track 5: I Got the CIA Fucking With Me
  • Track 6: White House Sanctioned Murder feat: Wild Joe Biden
  • Track 7: Government Lockdown (Fuck the Repubs)
  • Track 8: Senate Massacre
  • Track 9: Executive Branch Evil
  • Track 10: Harvard Hitman
  • Outro: Re-Elect a Real Nigga When You See One
  • Bonus Track: What You Mean Declined? (The Deficit’s Trying To Kill Me)

this track list was too good I had to reblog again

Black tumblr always take shit too far and I fucking love it

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Jay-Z and his girlfriend of three years, Rosario Dawson. Hov and Dawson dated from 1997 to 2000, and some even say that they were set to have a child together until she miscarried before their break-up. As with anything in Jay’s private life it is unconfirmed, but Hov did speak on the subject of how he was becoming a father soon on his protege Amil’s song 4 Da Fam in early 2000, and then expressed his grief over a miscarriage in his own song This Can’t Be Life later that year. In a Vibe magazine cover interview in November 2000 the article explains "Yes, he did have a child on the way as he rapped on Amil’s ‘4 Da Fam’, but he stops short of giving a reason why that’s no longer the case.”

Many years later in his book Decoded Hov told readers that the verse on TCBL was actually about his first girlfriend, Stephanie, who miscarried back in 1994. Hov and ‘Fannie’ dated for five years, and she followed him to New York, but she left to return to Virginia when Hov formed Roc-A-Fella and started working tirelessly on Reasonable Doubt. As Hov explains, my level of commitment to her couldn’t compete with what I was willing to give to make this rap thing work. I didn’t record it till years later, but “Song Cry” had been writing itself in my head ever since Fannie left me to go home to Virginia.”


Janet Jackson Appreciation - For QueenJacksonn

(If you click on the second GIF it works!)

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