Tag Archives: rap

Hump Day

Hump Day

I’m spunky. I like my oatmeal lumpy.

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Eazy

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Foolio

C’mon Coolio. The Fantastic Voyage has come to an end.

Coolio
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James Morrison performing acoustic cover Gangsta’s Paradise

Ice Cube in high school

Picture day was a good day.

Ice Cube in high school

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Mac Lethal raps about the Westboro Baptists and the tragedy in CT

Thank you Mac Lethal.

MERRY DMX-MAS

DMX does us the honors of spittin’ Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.


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Wasn’t that great. DMX should be the spokesperson for Mucinex.

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My new favorite website: Rapperz on Instagram

Bored at the crib? This guy was, but he decided to go fishing.

Rappers on Instagram

Pictures like this one is the reason why Rapperz on Instagram is my new favorite blog.

Will Smith & DJ Jazzy Jeff “Nightmare On My Street” video

The most badass Halloween song ever. Buy on mp3 here.

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Method Man and Redman messing with concert security

This dude looks like he’s a big fan.

Method Man and Redman messing with concert security
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SNOOP Dogg changes his name

SNOOP Dogg

SNOOP Dogg has officially dropped the Dogg act and upgraded his name to “Snoop Lion”.

The rapper says he underwent a spiritual and artistic rebirth while in Jamaica where he was given the new moniker by Rastafarian priests.

“I didn’t know that until I went to the temple, where the High Priest asked me what my name was, and I said, ‘Snoop Dogg.’ And he looked me in my eyes and said, ‘No more. You are the light; you are the lion.’ From that moment on, it’s like I had started to understand why I was there.”

The 40-year-old said as a result of his reincarnation, his new album will be a reggae record as he finds rap no longer “a challenge.”

Oh boy, here we go. I am not high enough to understand this.

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