This looked like a legendary moment on Instagram Live...I saw my good friend Robert Trends aka DJ Bobby Trends in the background repping the culture! Lots of hits during this event were played take a look at the recap!
After Nicki talking loose on that new Gucci track, Remy goes off and "ethers" her
“You see silly rabbit/ To be the queen of rap, you gotta sell records, you gotta get plaques/ S plural like the S on my chest/ Now sit your dumbass down, you got a F on your test,” raps Nicki on the track, sending a warning to her competition (Remy Ma?).
1994 was a year after I graduated High School. I listened to "Illmatic" and drove a Honda CRX with Koenigs. We played basketball at night in Westbury and smoked blunts in the park while listening to Nas. His influence will always be nostalgic to me. One of my top favorite Hip Hop artists by far!
“I loved hip-hop so much, I felt I had to protect it at all costs. I felt [like] I was the one that had to protect hip-hop at all cost. I really thought it was my job. I felt like I was the knight at the Round Table who was the defender of the culture because it had given me so much. The streets gave me so much, the Quarter had gave me so much.
There were so many times that 50 [Cent] was like, ‘Yo, Serch, back out. We’re about to stick this whole place up. Get out.’ These dudes were looking out for me. [So, when it came to MC Hammer] it is like, ‘This motherfucker from Oakland. What the fuck you doin’? You’re wack. Your shit is wack. Period.’ It wasn’t eff-you as a human being, but it was like, ‘You’re a wack MC. You’re wack.'”
Turn your dials to Pandora and stream the MC Serch episode of ‘Questlove Supreme’.