“War is hell.” ---William Tecumseh Sherman
No disrespect, but if you’re not down with @crewunB, fuck you.
For anyone up at arms about my opening statement, the First Amendment told me to tell you fuck you as well.
Now that I’ve got your attention…
Big ups to all the good folk out there who’ve copped the latest tee release. We’re only about a week in and our black tees are already a hot item. You better cop yours before they sell out; the white limited editions are almost gone. But there are a few left. Y’all know what to do: hit the team up on the Twitter @crewunB, or @themisterceizzo, or on IG at theunbearablescrew. With the fall quickly approaching, our a la carte game is gonna be on full tilt. Look for me and the crew in some extra fly sweatshirts, long sleeve tees, and softball shirts (you know, the tees with the ¾ length sleeves). Rumor has it that the squad may release an ultra-limited edition #crewlove tee soon. I’m a keep y’all posted on that one. A nigga might shoot the 1D to get his hands on one of those like those coons in the X at the Foot Locker by 149th and Grand Concourse last Christmas season over those damn gamma blue Jordan XI. All jokes aside, I mighta had to smack a nigga over a pair of those if I was out there that day. What can I say? When I’m home uptown on the other side of the Hudson, my inner savage tends to surface. It’s the nigga in me, accompanied by the cognac.
I can say with great certainty that my nigga @Jeremih is the People’s Champ of R&B music. To many, he’s at best just been able to hang around the scene, but to real music heads, we know quite differently. Since the release of his classic mixtape Late Nights With Jeremih, he’s been pretty steady on the scene. He’s currently in rotation in every market, with his hit “Don’t Tell Him” featuring YG, and he gets extra love in NYC with his signature crooning on my nigga Vado’s “Bae.” Any nigga who’s either been featured on or did tracks with niggas like Gucci, Fab, 50, Meek, and had Drama host his mixtape is obviously loved throughout the industry. I’ll tell you this much: if you’ve got control of the Bluetooth or auxiliary cord and you play “Rosa Acosta” off Late Nights…, I guarantee you’ll have every female in the listening area rocking with you. Why? Cuz that shit is OD fly, damn it. And cuz that nigga’s the People’s Champ. I tried to told you.
It’s really fucked up how those pigs slaughtered that young boy in the streets out there in Mizzou. What further disgusts me is how these media outlets try to rationalize the murder of an unarmed teen. I don’t wonder anything; I know why they do what they do (the media). To them, we’re animals. It’s always been that way. God bless that young man’s soul. I’m not much for talking all day about it or protesting. Now, if y’all ready to spark the revolution against those pigs and any devil out there, put me on the front line. Dying in those trenches would be a glorious reward. But don’t talk and march me to fucking death. Those devils could care less about your protests and marches and such. Hate me for saying it, but it’s the truth. The only thing demons respect is violence. I’m not speaking in absolute racial terms, either, just police and bigots. I rock with any and everyone who rocks with me.
“I know you’re sick and tired of waiting on me girl, but I’m…just trying to get my money right. Soon as I’m done we can take a flight, so I can take you all around the world. Planes, trains, automobiles…Bentley or a Range, chromed out wheels…first class tickets, G4, you that deal, for real, I can take you all around the world.”
“All Around the World” by Game featuring Jamie Foxx is one of the smoothest songs in hip hop history. That nigga Game talks really crazy on some RNS, and Jamie slaughters the hook and ad libs. That’s Game’s second album, Doctor’s Advocate. Some features immediately sound contrived, and some seem like they were destined from the beginning of popular music. This song is a stellar example of the latter, not the former. When I listen to it, I gotta listen like three or four times and just zone. “Marques Houston, I don’t play that shit…”
If you have drama at your workplace, one thing is obvious: you don’t have enough of a workload. Concentrate more on your business and less on the drama. No one likes a stormy cloud in the workplace. Get high before work, during lunch, and coast through the rest of the day. But keep that negative shit to yourselves. Trust me; none of your coworkers wanna hear it.
Send any love/hate mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow me on the Twitter @tymonday, as well as my folk @themisterceizzo, @CraftyLefty57, and @crewunB. Follow us on IG at theunbearablescrew. Peace to both coasts and the land in between.