After releasing the music videos TASTE MY TEARS & MADD I decided I want to take a little break from making music videos and work on spending time with family, my vlogging for youtube and comedy sketches, I plan to film THREE more music videos for my album then set up to do the next album. As I was sitting down writing this I started to think about a conversation I had with an artist in Louisville, we talked about politics, life, relationships and why in the hell do local artist all feel we are in the same boat. I had to agree with her on this WE ARE NOT FROM THE SAME PLANET, when it comes to music or how we work our music, but we always try to kick or destroy each other in some ways, and some make others feel like they don’t belong because they don’t do what you do so you feel they are WHACK or garbage or even try to disrespect the artist because you feel they are not as serious as you. Well let me tell you all something…
You are WHACK, for having a close mind because most of Cincinnati talents try to repeat what is already out there any way, this is a FACT not an OPINION. Most of you artists in the 513 have paid somebody to make you look like your the total package when most of you can’t deliver when the true time comes, some artists in Cincinnati have worked hard like Jimmy in 8 Mile or like the Kid in Purple Rain, while most of you have mommys and daddys who paid your studio time and you jump on the mic talking about being a thug struggling on the streets. “SHUT THAT SHIT UP!” Some of you females in Cincinnati let niggas with studios break your back out or you do the Monica Lewinsky position, just to get some studio time then jump on the mic saying you the realest out there compare to the chicks working a 9 to 5 to buy their studio time. “SHUT THAT SHIT UP,” and most you artists in the 513 don’t have any honor about yourselves, no matter how you win, you are going to win, right?
The artists that work hard are the ones who can make it, but not in Cincinnati. Listen to me GET THE HELL OUT THE NATI, in other words build up your portfolio and take it out the city, but all the ones who spend their mother’s and father’s money, hell you chicks going down to get a track down, and folks and promoters who are coning artists in the city and having rigged competition in the 513, do what you do but don’t ever think your better, because on a real stage outside of Cincinnati you would not be able to survive against real Talent.
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