Saturday, May 16, 2009

Rap Lyric of a long hard hip-hop Friday!

Rap Lyric of a long hard hip-hop Friday, dedicated to the Chief Rocka Rob Kelly who played Jam tonight; It was quite but he earned my respect by rocking the show and (arguably more importantly) being a down-to-earth gent (big ups to Mo K too and tanx to Harv)
In a music industry so full of divas and frauds and materialistic no-talent muppets its refreshing to have so many good people in it for the right reasons. Hip-hop is often a parody of itself in 2009 but big ups to the Chief Rockas such as Rob, Flip, Mikki D, and all of the others, you know who you are!
Sometimes supporting stuff like hip-hop here is like knocking your head off a wall but when you meet people who share the love it makes all the hard work worth while-This is for all the hip-hop people in Cork and Ireland and worldwide who love the music!

'I hear a beat I grab the mic, and then I start this workin
The kids around the way used to think that I was buggin
But they don't understand how I feel about the funk
I walk with the funk, I talk with the funk
I eat with the funk, I sleep with the funk... Read More
I live for the funk, I'll die for the funk
So now what do they say, when I'm walkin up the block?
Boom shaka laka there goes the Chief Rocka'


Shane said...

Damn! SNAP. I just came off a totally random blog post ten minutes ago which had posted the same video. The song has been going around in my head since.
I hear what you are saying though.

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