Monday, June 23, 2014

“There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.”

“Who are you to judge the life I live?
I know I'm not perfect
-and I don't live to be-
but before you start pointing fingers...
make sure you hands are clean!”

I make mistakes

“I'm selfish, impatient and a little insecure. I make mistakes, I am out of control and at times hard to handle. But if you can't handle me at my worst, then you sure as hell don't deserve me at my best.”

On the other hand

On the other hand, some commentators (for example, Spike Lee in his satirical film Bamboozled) have criticized gangsta rap as analogous to black minstrel shows and blackface performance, in which performers – both black and white – were made up to look African American, and acted in a stereotypically uncultured and ignorant manner for the entertainment of audiences. Gangsta rappers often defend themselves by saying that they are describing the reality of inner-city life, and that they are only adopting a character, like an actor playing a role, which behaves in ways that they may not necessarily endorse. Gangsta Rappers appears hardcore and "badder" compared to the early concepts and themes of hip-hop because they were saying what some people were afraid to say. Plenty of victims of police brutality wanted to say "fuck the police" but they were afraid to say it; they were too afraid of appearing to be anti-American or anti- government order. 

Gangsta rap was a side effect to the various wrongdoings that were being done to Black people in underprivileged neighborhoods.

Gangsta rap was a side effect to the various wrongdoings that were being done to Black people in underprivileged neighborhoods. The various riots that were sparked by the Rodney King beating and the acquittal of the police officers that did the beating sparked anger and outrage in a people and area that was already on the bubble. Gangsta rap acted as an outlet so these marginalized and victimized people could express themselves angrily and not in fear that they were going to be silenced for telling the truth. They used gangsta rap to tell their stories, which were not always pretty. Gangsta rap told stories of violence, hypersexuality, and drugs. Some think that presently gangsta rap is a thing of the past, however it seems to have evolved in a new form deemed trap music

Gangsta rap is a subgenre of hip hop music that evolved from hardcore hip hop.

Gangsta rap is a subgenre of hip hop music that evolved from hardcore hip hop. The genre was pioneered in the mid-1980s by rappers such as Schoolly D and Ice-T, and was popularized in the later part of the 1980s by groups like N.W.A. After the national attention that Ice-T and N.W.A attracted in the late 1980s and early 1990s, gangsta rap became the most commercially lucrative subgenre of hip hop. Some gangsta rappers have been associated, or allegedly have ties with the Bloods or Crips gangs

Life and career Early life and beginnings

Life and career
Early life and beginnings
Biyogya Nehwang was born on April 4. 191, in Mirik Dist- Darjeeling, into a Nehwang family. When he was about 10 years old, he Father Died. He started learning music age 14 he started rapping, and went to Kurseong for his study and Biyogya started working with spears band as a bass guitarist and rapper.
Biyogya ( Nobe Raw Rapper ) have done showcase with his band members and done lot of fun and enjoyable memories. He have good knowledge of music like Buzz, Jazz, R&B, Mattel, Classical, and skill of vocal etc.
Biyogya have one quality that his every rap song's he sing's without writing any lyric.
Biyogya have face lot of struggle in his life, he was like a home less kids. He have been broken down and rearrange so many time just like a zig- show puzzle in his life, sadness and sorrowfulness like silkworm feed on mellbarry leaf. But also he never give up, he keep on practicing rap. When he was student he recorded his first song hey love, mo bakari.

I can't talk to nobody, I feel like nobody understands,

I can't talk to nobody,
I feel like nobody understands,
So I pick up some paper and grab me a pen.
You see me smile, but if you only knew
The things that I hold on to, 
And just can't seem to let go.
I know I must forgive and I said that I do,
But I don't really think that I actually do.
Forgive my mother, my uncle, step dad, and aunt's boyfriend
For the pain they put me through as a kid.
I spoke up, no one listened.
So it continued on and I just didn't mention,
The things that went on in the middle of the night.
It happened before so maybe it's all right.
At 5, at 8, at 9 and 10.
Over and over and over again.
She caught him, forgave, got married, nothing changed.
I'm over it now I really am.
I think about it every now and then.
Have trouble sleeping at night.
I laugh about it now, especially when I use to sleep with a knife.
I know the only way to get over it,
Is to open up and speak,
But when I spoke when I was younger,
No one heard me.
So you tell me, WHAT THE FUCK DO I DO,
When that voice in my head keeps saying,
You wasting your time no one cares about you.
I can't shake that, I've believed that my whole life.
I'm just glad that God gave me a pen, paper, and the ability to write.
Cause when I feel like no hears me,
I just write.

Thursday, June 5, 2014

Everybody's just been spilling their guts all over records and talking about how hard it is to be an entertainer and how much we get hated on and what we have to go through. But I ain't really got it that bad. I'm just happy to be here.

Don't get yourself in certain circumstances or instances, because it's not a good feeling to be sitting in that chair where you've got 12 people that are in control of your life. You have an opportunity to be in control of your life for yourself by the decisions that you make.

I think right about now we have to beware of marketed Malcolms and Martins. Real people do real things.

Overall but the rap that we're exposed to is maybe 15% of what's out there. What the major companies have done in the last few years is find out that they couldn't find any more Whitesnakes. They took a look at their marketing budget and put it behind hip-hop and figured out how to make it pop.

Of course voting is useful. But then again, I don't put a big glow to it. Voting is about as essential as washing yourself. It's something you're supposed to do. Now, you can't go around bragging, expecting to get props because you voted. That's stupid.

I'd rather have a hundred thousand or a million people saying I'm nuts and I'm crazy for my musical choices and what I've said lyrically, than a million people all raising their hand on the first day.

A lot of times black folks look for love in all the wrong places.

A lot of times black folks look for love in all the wrong places. You're always looking for somebody to love you, be accepted, and there's the insecurities that are even transmitted through rap. Everyone is trying to aim to please too much.