(music)Most of all Coldplay, Robert Miles, Madonna, Mika, Wideband Network, Gorillaz, Little People, Enigma,Daft Punk, Royksopp, Thievery Corporation, Loulou Djine, John Mayer, Akon, Damien Marley, Amy Winehouse, Emilana Torrini, Incubus, The Beatles, Rakim, Nas, Kanye West, All west coast rap, Above and Beyond, DJ Tiesto, Paul Van Dyk, Groove Armada, and many many more.
Favorite TV Shows
Favorite Books and Authors
(books) The Alchemist, The Great Gatspy, The Sun Also Rises, Men Without Women,Stranger Than Fiction,Beyond the Down Low, I Kissed Dating Goodbye, The Stranger, The Fall, Survivor, Metrosexual guide to style, Makes me wanna Holla, Rich dad Poor Dad, You can Read Anyone, All your Worth, Blue Like Jazz, Haunted, Stranger Than Fiction,Snakes in Suits, Choke, Veronika Decides to Die, 11 Minutes,Just as I am,And this to Shall Pass, Abide with Me,Invisible Life, Not a day Goes By, If This World Were Mine, Any Way the Wind Blows, Blink, Boy Culture, The time Travelers Wife, Tipping Point, Mens Health mags and many more
Yeah, speaking of working out I was actually even working out to that Scarface material, had it on replay. Far as Kanye, can't lie, haven't peeped it out yet but to tell you the truth mayne, from the songs that I have actually heard, its not at all as bad as people say. Its a lot different from his previous material, but I don't wanna front, that Heartless joint was kinda dope. Shhhhhhhh! LOL.
Yessir, that Scarface album is definitely onpoint, can't believe some fools got the nerve to say that he's washed up and isn't putting out quality material. Unbelievable what's in these fools' minds sometimes. That intro is definitely dope too, J Prince laying down the law.
You know brother, I did actually cop it when it was on sale but haven't checked it yet. Gonna go put it in right now though as a matter of fact, don't know why I've been bullshitting on it, Scarface never disappoints.
Re$pect on da add bwai...finally A get ta see sumone whu'z smart...family oriented n whuz got luv fo knowledge....otha dan chasin da GREEN paper n boastin bout da 17z n 22z......Much appreciated!!!
Keep it REAL...Keep it GANG$T@!!!
Spyder D, (whose birth name is Sidney Duane Hughes), began his career in earnest in 1979 after being inspired by hearing legendary radio DJ Frankie Crocker on WBLS-FM in NY play a yet unsigned bands debut single. That band was Vaughan Mason & Crew and the song was "Bounce, Rock, Skate, Roll". "Spyder" immediately decided he…See More
"I'm interested bc it's a true story and not just another show glorifying that lifestyle. People can learn from true stories and all types of stories about black culture need to be told - the good, the bad and the ugly."