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King James Beats - Liv-Arachi (Official Music Video)

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ethiopienne:

mujerrabia:

Gloria Richardson pushes a national guard bayonet out of her face during a 1963 civil rights protest in Maryland.

sweeeeerve

this the realest shit ive ever seen

fuck out my face with that

I want this blown up, &
framed

she wit tha shits.

The ultimate “Bitch please.” Nice.

need this picture in my house. 

merakitea:

gladi8rs:

fvckinrvd:

goldenluxe:

the-17th-chamber:

bvsedjesus:

ethiopienne:

mujerrabia:

Gloria Richardson pushes a national guard bayonet out of her face during a 1963 civil rights protest in Maryland.

sweeeeerve

this the realest shit ive ever seen

fuck out my face with that

I want this blown up, &
framed

she wit tha shits.

The ultimate “Bitch please.” Nice.

need this picture in my house. 

beatnikdaddio:

Muhammad Ali embraces a 3 year old Dave Chappelle (left) and his brother Sedar during a visit Dave and his parents paid to the champ’s hotel room after a training session for his fight with Jimmy Young for the heavyweight title. 1976.

beatnikdaddio:

Muhammad Ali embraces a 3 year old Dave Chappelle (left) and his brother Sedar during a visit Dave and his parents paid to the champ’s hotel room after a training session for his fight with Jimmy Young for the heavyweight title. 1976.

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Louis C.K. on slavery

Comedians who tell the truth like Louis C.K., Katt Williams, Dave Chappelle, Eddie Griffin, and others are the best to me.

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Smart too late and old too soon…this is just my ending. - Mike Tyson

fighterscircle:

Smart too late and old too soon…this is just my ending. - Mike Tyson

Exclusive: Kanye West, Steve Stoute & Ben Horowitz Talk Tech At Cannes Lions

On April 19, 1994, Columbia Records released the debut album of a 20-year-old from Queensbridge Houses in New York City. It was deft, wise, deadly serious and matched the babyface with unparalleled promise to beats made by the era’s preeminent producers.

Two decades after Illmatic, Nas sat down with Microphone Check for a conversation that moved from his love for Ali Shaheed Muhammad’s group, A Tribe Called Quest, to music journalism (“If you’re Sade, it doesn’t matter. She does what she does. But for all of us, journalism is a huge deal.”) hearing himself on the radio for the first time and his audience:

“My surroundings. The hip-hop community also,” says Nas. “So that meant I made it for other rappers, I made it for other MCs, I made it for other hip-hop groups. I made it for artists, singers, people in the arts — that’s who I made it for. But it comes from the street, so my surroundings wrote that album. I made it for them.”

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Self-portraits by Sammy Davis, Jr.

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Self-portraits by Sammy Davis, Jr.

Nas’ Brother Jungle Revisits Their Childhood Apartment In Queensbridge