Saturday, February 28, 2009

The Applause

My new Beat check it out tell me what you think
i made it after listening to Drake- Congratulation like a thousands times .
it's also the first song on my imeem playlist if the link doesn't work

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Poetry Flow- Ex-pectations

Even when it's meant be
Don't mean it's always guaranteed
Thought we were on extasy
Found out that it was leprosy
The only spot for you
Used to be right next to me.
Now I Wouldn't recognize you
if you were next to me....

Should I hold my emotions in
Or should I let them erupt
Sometimes I feel like what I give
is never enough...
Its like a game I can't win
But I don't wanna give up
And after all of my mistakes
Regrets would not stress things ENOUGH!....

And all I could do is, wake up the next day
To choose to stay down, or to find the next way...

[Thoughts- Don't know bout you guys but I personally liked the middle of this 1.To me this is like a universal piece because no matter what the background,age,color,race,shoe size,cup size every1 who's felt like the "message" I tried to send in this 1 could relate. If not than I guess my poems just suck lol

Ummmm I no dis last week I've been lazy wit the posts as you can see I jus posted a random pic of Drake n Lebron together. BUT I'VE BEEN LISTENING 2 "SO FAR GONE" LATELY AND DOIN THIS WHOLE COLLEGE THING. I TEND TO LOSE MY TRACK OF TIME.]

Monday, February 23, 2009


this is funny..

i've been mad lazy with the poetry flow's like i got mad unfinished stuff but this week im getting back on my poetic grind

Saturday, February 21, 2009

Wtf Pic of the Day

Friday, February 20, 2009

Drake and Lebron Whattup

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

I Wish I Could ..Every Girl in the World ..and We Like her and We Like her 2

Appealingly The Young Money song Every Girl is actually going to be the first single off of their Y.M album coming Soon...

....this should be interesting ..
um i know about lil chuckie but who is the kid with the Mohawk?

Saturday, February 14, 2009

Drake - So Far Gone (Mixtape)

Drake - So Far Gone (Mixtape)

Yo This was the first time that Thirsty Thursdays turned to never sleep and stay up playing 2k9 till 7 on friday morning .Constantly checking if OVO posted the mixtape .Never happened soo i finally went to sleep just to get up four hours later and still not find the mixtape up yet. But it was so fuckin worth it .im a Drake fan by the way

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Poetry Flow- Her Chances won't Come

She's losing it, all of her composure.
Doing whatever
for a lil bit of closure.
She was a virgin in the game
Til someone unclosed her.
Gave her warmth in the spring,
In the winter he unclothed her.
She was striped of her light,
left to be down,
She wanna be held
When nobody wants to hold her.
She walks the streets like
A stray dog with no owner.
But nobody wants to

{Dis was just some random poem iwas tryna think of something sad to break away from my usual luvy duvy poems lol.} But please check out my other Poetry Flows their is 1 that every1 will like u jus gotta check'm out.

Monday, February 9, 2009

Drake: So Far Gone



Drake Ft. Lil’ Wayne - Ignorant Shit [Full]

Sunday, February 8, 2009

50 cent is so Funny

i dont like 50 when he gets cocky and stuff but this whole Rick Ross beef thing is hilarious.

Grammy's Any1 S.L.U

this should be hot.

Saturday, February 7, 2009

Poetry Flow- Nerds and bullies

My heart is a nerd
,hers is a bully
My love is just the money,
that bullies take from me.
They take it with a smile
But aint nothing funny
Happiness is the food
And im almost always hungry.

A relationship is like school
I just wanted my diploma.
I'm only happy when I dreams
so i should be in a coma.
Trying be an equal, seen as a lesser
Same courses, new professors
The bully and the nerd,
don't move with the same gesters

(I hope ya get this, iwas tryna make everything symbolic..tell me what ya think pepolz )

Friday, February 6, 2009

Poetry Flow- The Way things Work

if change happened over night,
then 2mor id be over bright
How can I get over my days
When I can't get over nights
Where even the wrong people
win over the mr.rights
Some ppl shuda got cut
Iono how dey missed the knife
If actions speak louder then words
we just don't listen right
Time 4 me to give up,this wasnt my fight
From the get-go I wasn't her type :-(
Play it off like she wasnt the 1 I liked

Poetry Flow- Dream Chick

You already know im the one you coming home with
left my crib, and you already feeling homesick,
Shorty is on some grown shit
Shorty is on some boss shit
I catch it when she throw it
On some randy moss shit
Flame to her moth shit.
Like without her I am lost shit
Mapquest don't tell me
where im going tonight
I float your boat,
we rocking and rolling right,right,right
Its a menagait trois, me you and this bottle
Sip,sip,sip, don't know what's going to follow
Sip,sip,sip, till the bottle gets hollow
hello vicky secrets how you doing?
She gon beat up my Trojan
Like UCLA bruins

Poetry Flow- ImHonnestly Different

Spot me on the map

and I won't ever be found with your ex's

They took you thru dark tunnels,

with no exists

Im the light refreshing like a beverage

When they put you down,

ill be your leverage

I aint tryna play tag

cuz you it to me

I need a diaper and a bag

cuz you the shit to me

Poetry Flow- I See trhough You

Words paint pictures

What you tell me is a blur

no clarity

shall emerge

From the insanity

of your slurs

We listen for the truth

And you should not be heard

What you say you don't do

You give a bad meaning to a verb

Poetry Flow- Taking That Risk

Is it love or
am I a statistic
I gotta know,
baby girl, which is it?
If I put in the time,
Then I put in the visits
you could be my baby
And I could be your clinic
Im not picture perfect
And I could admit it

I could make you happier
Than a kid in Disney
It would be hard
to give you up like my kidneys.
Girl if you were with me

I could be what you need,what you want, and more
They use you to look fly,while I can make you sore
I am a good guy,let me show you what im here for

The One who made "Mr. Carter" also made "Prom Queen" more...

Does the name Andrew Corea ring a bell.

Andrews “Drew” Correa Receives First Grammy Nod & Prodices Lead-Single, “Prom Queen” For Lil' Waynes’s Rock “Rebirth”

There’s a good chance you may already know just exactly who Andrews “Drew” Correa is. After all, he has recently been nominated for a Grammy award (for “Best Rap Performance By A Duo Or Group” for his contribution to Lil Wayne’s Tha Carter III (which itself has been nominated for 6 Grammy’s and became 2008’s top selling LP and is now 3 times Platinum) for his production on Wayne’s “Mr. Carter” f/Jay-Z.

Born in Florianopolis Brazil (which Drew credits as aiding his musical diversity), Drew moved to the U.S.A. when he was four-years old and began DJ’ing at the tender age of sixteen with the hopes of one day realizing his dreams of being a major music producer. Upon graduating from Full Sail University’s Recording Arts Program in 2003, Drew began engineering for artists such as Trina, Pitbull, Swizz Beatz, Rick Ross, Shakira, Juelz Santana, Wyclef and T-Pain among others. While engineering, Drew began to pursue his true passion, production, spending all of his free time honing his skills and technique. In 2005 Drew became Cash Money/Young Money’s personal engineer, recording Lil Wayne’s Tha Carter II, Lil Wayne and Birdman’s Like Father Like Son and Birdman’s Five Star Stunna. During the recording of these three projects Wayne and Birdman both began to also see Drew’s burgeoning production talents as well and soon after both started personally requesting beats from Drew.

Although Drew had accumulated so much success at a very early age in engineering , in June 2007 Drew made a very risky and difficult decision to give up engineering too pursue his true dream—producing. “It was a very difficult decision and something I wrestled with, but producing has always been my goal, my dream and sometimes in order to take a step forward in life you must first take a step back” laments Drew Correa about his decision to pursue producing on a full-time basis.

After a few months of struggle with relatively little work, his kinship with Lil Wayne and Cash Money ultimately resulted in Drew producing countless records for both Lil Wayne and Birdman (including over a dozen or so tracks that were initially recorded for Wayne’s Tha Carter III); many of them were never properly released; but a few have managed to find there way online. Then in 2008, Drew received his first and biggest proper placement with Lil Wayne’s “Mr. Carter” which is not only notable because it resulted in Drew’s first Grammy nomination for the track, but because it also featured a torch passing verse from Jay-Z, as Jay lyrically passes the throne to Lil Wayne. “I already knew Tha Carter III going to be nominated for something as it was the biggest selling album of the year. Yet, when I heard “Mr. Carter” was nominated I was speechless, but happy that people were recognizing it and appreciating my music. Everyone thinks “Mr. Carter” is a sampled record, but it’s all original composition. I told Wayne I have this crazy record you need to hear and he was in the middle of recording another song at the time, as soon as I played him the track that would become “Mr. Carter” he went crazy and told the engineer to put it on immediately; that’s why in the beginning of the song you hear Wayne say “yo Drew and Inf did this crazy shit” because he cut off the prior track so abruptly and went right into “Mr. Carter.” I was in shock when Wayne did the whole record in ten-minutes. Five months later, Wayne’s manager called me and told me Jay-Z was about to jump on it—I thought he was joking. When I heard the final version and heard Jay’s verse where he says the line about passing on the torch to Wayne (“I’m right here/ in my chair/with my crown and my dear/Queen Bee as I share/mic time with my heir”) I lost my mind. I feel very blessed that Wayne and Jay collaborated on my track, I feel as though I was involved in something very historic” Drew comments.

Working with Lil Wayne has undeniably raised Drew Correa’s profile, but it’s his versatile production that has catapulted him as one of Hip Hop’s fastest rising and most sought after producers. In addition to co-producing (along with partner Infamous) the lead-single, “Prom Queen,” (link: from Lil Wayne’s highly-anticipated Rock-infused LP, Rebirth,which will be released on 4-7-09 and will include four tracks produced by Drew Correa (“Prom Queen,” “I Am Not A Human being,” “Rock Out Wit Your Cock Out” and Fuck Today.”)

Though most of Drew’s work with Lil Wayne happens spontaneously, the recording session that resulted in the creation of “Prom Queen” even took Drew by surprise as he states, “Wayne called me one day and asked me to come through the studio because he just wanted to jam out some. When I got there I started messing around with the drums, Wayne was on the Guitar and Infamous was playing Bass. We were really just jamming out and in the process I started adding organs and synths, but then Wayne looked at me and said “no where doing straight up Rock And Roll.” We ended up doing three tracks that night (just instrumentals with no vocals laid down) just messing around. I really did not think anything of it and on the way back home from the studio I told Infamous that Wayne is really on some next shit. Three weeks later Wayne calls me back up and wanted to work more, so I went to the studio and Wayne starts playing the three rock records we worked on previously and this time he had his vocals on them all and the last track he played me was “Prom Queen.” Honestly, I was blown away and I told him he was a genius. It was then Wayne told me that “Prom Queen” was going to be the single, it was a surreal moment.”

With a very bright future ahead of him, Drew is on the cusp of stardom as he is also in the studio collaborating with luminaries such as Rihanna, Lupe Fiasco, Rick Ross, Clipse, Gym Class Heroes, Birdman, Cassidy, Paulino Rubio and has also contributed production to Lil Wayne and Juelz Santana’s highly-anticipated collaborative project I Can’t Feel My Face. Yet, Drew Correa is not fazed at all by the attention he is receiving, as for him, its all about the work “I love being different and challenging myself as a producer. I don’t believe in having a signature sound. I want someone to be shocked and have no clue (musically) that the person who did “Prom Queen” and “Mr. Carter” is one and the same” quips Drew.

via the9elements

Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Holmes Did the LeBron..lmao

Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Drake - So Far Gone TRACKLIST


Lust For Life (prod. 40/40)
Successful f. Trey Songz
Sooner Than Later
November 18th
Unstoppable (rmx) f. Santogold & Lil Wayne
Little Bit f. Lykke Li
Ignorant Shit f. Lil Wayne
A Night Off f. Lloyd (prod. 40/40)
The Best I Ever Had (prod. boi-1da)
Uptown “…they just lose to love its a tennis game baby….”
Feels Too Good (prod. boi-1da)

Monday, February 2, 2009

Lets Go Steelers

Steelers fan since day 1

Sunday, February 1, 2009

Hottest Nigga Under The Sun (Mixtape)

Lil Wayne- The Hottest Nigga Under The Sun

My Friday Night!

Taking a Quit Rest lol