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I LOVE YOU TOO, BOO! lol
She da one who put this damn Rihanna droppin’ it low post on MY blog cuz I didn’t log out of her computer. But since SO MANY of y’all liked and Reblogged it, imma just leave it up lol
Damn you, Irie Eyez, wit ya SMUTPEDDLING!
when you come to my show :)
I dunno :(
I keep people around me that I trust as a second pair of eyes. If you don’t have that kind of honesty with your team, your style will never translate. And I stay true to myself. Thanks for the message ;)
i love writing. i love hip hop. i wanted to put my region on. i wanted to put my hometown heroes on. then I eventually learned that I need to put myself on first. though I love music journalism, there is a lot of politics, cliques and pretentiousness surrounding the “chosen few” who still are in the writing game, and the one thing I took away was that their lists, their words, their experience is no more credible, important or authoritative than yours as a listener.
and if you are a young API woman looking into it as a career here are some words of advice:
- don’t do it for the approval of others (consciously or subconsciously)
- guard your reputation and credibility fiercely
- build a natural rapport and ask the tough questions after you’ve warmed them up
- learn photo and video editing skills
- every rapper will be infatuated by your position to critique. don’t be fooled. it’s an interview, not a date/therapy session.
- get it done, and get the hell outta there. remember the reputation thing?
- do your best to put YOUR PEOPLE on. that’s what this is about: breaking artists you believe in.
- it’s a tough game out there but don’t hate on other women to get to where you need to be.
- don’t. stop. writing. ever.