S/o to Gully Bop, 50 year old freestyle specialist, no record label, no management, ...internet sensation...rags to fame in 4 weeks
Gully Bop @ Sting Jamaica 2014
Every gyal want a wuk of a mi!
Every gyal dem a mad ova mi
All of sudden dem a dead ova mi
Every gyal waan chuck pon mi
Every gal waan grab piece of mi
Every gyal seh dem waan share mi
and look how mi likkle and dem waan share mi!
inna mi whip on a snow day...lol
The black owned record label with the biggest selling artist (other than Lucious) being white. I thought that alone was an ironic shot at the current music industry.
The gay agenda is real in hip hop. Another uncomfortable but real subject that needs to be shown...I guess.
Behind every strong black man is a strong black woman. (Cookie the Queen and one sexy ass bish)
Pitting black brothers against each other instead of coming together to build, ultimately leading to disfunction.
Last episode where the brothers performed in front of a room full of whites in order to float the company on the stock market is as real as hip hop gets. *see Bobby Schmurda dancing on tables for white folk to push music to black youth.
I don't think the show is as bad as made out. All this "coon" shit is a reflection of the current state of hip hop.
Please stop with comparisons to Power. Power is about a drug dealer with inner struggles of wanting to go legit who attempts to wash money through a club, not music industry related at all.
This is based on the hip hop industry, family, lies, betrayal and power struggles. Two totally different concepts.