But looks like this life I ain’t living for you
I know that you in love, but baby that sounds through
MF DOOM - Accordian
the way I’m
to be feeling
- LisaM (via thislongstrangejourney)
- Mahatma Gandhi (via purplebuddhaproject)
i just love hip hop and the connection it has to so much. everyones definition of hip hop is different…everyones definition of everything is a bit subjective, but the “golden era” (mid 80’s-mid 90’s) of hip hop is my favorite! hip hop & martial arts married in the mid 80’s and its one of the reasons i am currently exploring the realm of martial arts.
it must be the tiger spirit.
i could go on forever maybe ill write an article/paper on it :D
"Artists such as Public Enemy and Dead Prez are more considered “activist rappers” whose apparent Asian influence and love of arts, culture and Eastern philosophies ooze from their lyrics. And then there’s Busta Rhymes, who is well-known for being a disciplined shaolin kung-fu practitioner.
Leading influencing on these artists include, Bruce Lee, Muhammad Ali, Bob Marley, Marvin Gaye and Dr. Martin Luther King. On their reading list is the I Ching, written works of Lao Tzu, the Tibetan Book of the Dead, as well as the personal writings of Bruce Lee.”
Tyson X Tupac
That fateful night in Vegas….
i actually really like Mike Tyson
"I wish i could sink my hands into your flesh and light lanterns along your spine…"