Ask me anything

Nigerian born, New York raised. Learning as I continue to grow.

Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival producer Wes Jackson, solo artist and Black Star co-founder Talib Kweli, and author/filmmaker Nelson George.

Checked out this evenings Stoop Series “Hip Hop Roots” featuring the three gentlemen above. Hosted by BRIC.

Learned a lot about hip hop then and what has grown into hip hop now.

"Folks spend too much time worrying about the negative instead of focusing on the positive"

Glad I went.

1 week ago
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just because…HOME! The village life, oh how I miss you. Summer 2012

1 week ago
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lovelylisa22:

msjenai:

iamcz:

💯 #truth

Welp.

 real shit, I wasted my time thinking it was the other way around

lovelylisa22:

msjenai:

iamcz:

💯 #truth

Welp.

real shit, I wasted my time thinking it was the other way around
1 week ago
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judgmentalmaps:

New York, NY (The Parts That Matter…)by RBD Enterprises
RBD Enterprises Copr. 2014. All Rights Reserved.

judgmentalmaps:

New York, NY (The Parts That Matter…)
by RBD Enterprises

RBD Enterprises Copr. 2014. All Rights Reserved.

3 days ago
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realdwntomars:

I like being alone, not feeling alone

(Source: zacffren)

1 week ago
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My goal for this summer is to discover peace, freedom, independence and unwavering self-love.

(Source: mindofataurus, via the-bigchill-theory)

1 week ago
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Untwisted my crochet twist while enjoying the sun down in south beach this past weekend.

1 week ago
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inothernews:

This is 17-year-old Kwasi Enin from Long Island.
He applied to a few schools.
And got into all of them.
Which schools, you ask?
Maybe you’ve heard of 
Harvard
Penn
Yale
Princeton
Brown
Cornell
Columbia
and Dartmouth.
No big deal.
(Photo: David Wexler / New York Daily News)

inothernews:

This is 17-year-old Kwasi Enin from Long Island.

He applied to a few schools.

And got into all of them.

Which schools, you ask?

Maybe you’ve heard of 

No big deal.

(Photo: David Wexler / New York Daily News)

3 weeks ago
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