I’m new to all this, but I have seen some really cool stuff on here and i’m loving it. there are some great blogs to follow and i have found some great music.
Cold crisp morning and the sky is as blue as my cashmere sweater. Drained from walking up the hill, but the sun revitalises me again, slowly, one pulse at a time.
I advocate croissants and Aztec hot chocolate.
“She is like a cat in the dark, and then she is the darkness” this tune plays in my head, ringing somewhat true for me. I have to do these things to keep myself sane and at peace during the winter, ah winter blues. I’m usually alright, just sometimes I feel the overwhelming isolation of the cold, as if the Northern winds manifested into a being came to me and checkmate: “Now what?” smiling wryly. But I say “no”, and dance with the cold instead, it’s only a couple of months a year I get to see him anyway. It’s quite charming still, and makes everything else just that much more special…
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For this week’s Top 10 on Hip-Hop Nation, we have Big Sean and E-40’s IDFWU at number one! Coming in at two is Seen It All by Jeezy featuring JAY-Z, knocking down Lifestyle by Rich Gang, Young Thug, and Rich Homie Quanto to the third spot. At number four is Jeezy and Kendrick Lamar’s Holy Ghost Remix. Finally, T.I.’s About The Money Remix featuring Lil Wayne, Jeezy, and Young Thug rounds out the top 5 for this edition of Top 10.
|9||BOBBY SHMURDA||HOT N*GGA|
|6||WIZ KHALIFA/SNOOP DOGG/TY DOLLA $IGN||YOU AND YOUR FRIENDS|
|5||T.I./LIL WAYNE/JEEZY/YOUNG THUG||ABOUT THE MONEY REMIX|
|4||JEEZY/KENDRICK LAMAR||HOLY GHOST REMIX|
|3||RICH GANG/YOUNG THUG/RICH HOMIE QUAN||LIFESTYLE|
|2||JEEZY/JAY-Z||SEEN IT ALL|
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Gabriel G. D. Vargas was born with music in his blood. As the son of former Latin band member Daniel Vargas, the sounds of his Puerto Rican heritage are embedded in his DNA. So it was only a matter of time before the New York native turned toward creating his own music.
After overcoming troubles with the law as a teenager, the aspiring artist took on the moniker of Mr. Vargas, and by the age of 20 he was appearing on mixtapes. Another setback led to Vargas serving a two-year sentence in state prison, but his release in January 2012 was the catalyst to his permanent turn toward Hip Hop.
Vargas eventually hooked up with production team The Vamp. His discography now includes tracks with Jim Jones, Troy Ave, and Mysonne. He is now currently working on releasing a full project.
In DZI: The Voice‘s latest interview, Mr. Vargas discusses his upbringing, connecting with…
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