April 8, 2014


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colourfulvitality:

laekoa:

☮nature, vintage, hippie blog☮ following back similar

SEXY MAMA

colourfulvitality:

laekoa:

☮nature, vintage, hippie blog☮ following back similar

SEXY MAMA

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repeat from There is no life in the void, only death.

April 7, 2014


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You don’t cross my mind, you live in it.

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repeat from Merge...

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repeat from The Genesis

March 28, 2014


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repeat from Words Of Advice For Young People

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repeat from MORE HIP HOP LESS BULLSHIT.
donttrustrobotz:

The Soul Assassins

donttrustrobotz:

The Soul Assassins

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March 26, 2014


certifiedhiphopfeed:

XXL Magazine.
Nas Editions.

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djsavone:

"We have one of the biggest responsibilities to teach the children because in our day and time we don’t have a Malcolm X, Martin Luther King Jr, or Bob Marley. The rap community is now focused on as the teacher, so we have to say something positive. Kids comes in all colors. They can be white kids, black kids or Indian kids — they’re still kids and we have to look out for all of them.” - CL Smooth (March 1995)

djsavone:

"We have one of the biggest responsibilities to teach the children because in our day and time we don’t have a Malcolm X, Martin Luther King Jr, or Bob Marley. The rap community is now focused on as the teacher, so we have to say something positive. Kids comes in all colors. They can be white kids, black kids or Indian kids — they’re still kids and we have to look out for all of them.” - CL Smooth (March 1995)

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repeat from #OUTOFPRINT

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