Konshens, who originally hails from the Sherlock neighborhood of Kingston, first arrived on Jamaica’s music scene in 2005 with the hit single “Pon Di Corner” that was recorded with his brother, Delus.
New York City stereotypes—the unavoidable, often racist, usually humorous depictions and interpretations of the city’s multitude of cultural characters. Here are some of those very renditions done courtesy of Stay Vers—you garlic breath, pizza slinging, spaghetti bending, Vic Damone motherfucker!
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Ever since the launch of his now massive company The Hundreds in 2003, Bobby Hundreds has always remained one of those silent-but-deadly good guys where you can’t help but wonder, “How has someone as nice as you made is this far in the industry?”
Before Rihanna or Nicki Minaj, and just as Lil Kim was beginning to challenge hip-hop culture in the U.S. to make space for female sexuality, Jamaican dancehall was undergoing its own transformation.
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This week marks the 21st anniversary of Snoop Dogg's CLASSIC debut, Doggystyle. There are many great songs and quotes from this album, but this particular line was always funny to me.
This week Frank was in London to pay a visit to his friends the legendary @OMYGOSHITSDDOUBLEE and @ITSFOOTSIEAGAIN from the #NewhamGenerals.
We are having a good time hanging all over Paris, and everyone I’m working with out here has helped make the idea come to life; it was awesome just rapping in front of these famous places with all these new friends.