A dreamer born in the fall of New York City.
Install Theme

But I’m smart. I’m so smart, and I’m in school.

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Cruel Summer art work

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My guy & I at Kanye West’s concert on Saturday.

My guy & I at Kanye West’s concert on Saturday.


For a while now I have been seeing people on the streets displaying multiple, mismatched bracelets on their wrists. It looks rugged, stylish, and cool. The trick to wearing these is to pile on as much as you can. Check out Kanye and his set. Bracelets shown from Urban Oufitters 

So funny, I have each of these however I made them instead of going to Urban. Very interesting.

Kanye West

—Drive Slow


Drive slow - Kanye West

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Kanye West | Flashing Lights (ft. Dwele)

She in the mirror dancing so sleazy,
I get a call like where are you Yeezy?

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Kanye West - Say You Will

Simple, loud, emotional. 

I still like 808’s. 

The Whatnauts

—I'll Erase Away Your Pain (Late)

Sippin’ my caramel latte to this, unfortunately I’m still cleaning my room. It’s been a few days.

Mike Oldfield

—In High Places


I believe hip hop’s initial intent was to educate as it entertained, I believe hip hop is a collage art form. To collage properly or appreciate a collage, you have to understand all the components. Hip Hop borrows from blues, jazz, be bop, rock, spoken word, when you hear a hip hop sample, it is your duty to look up the original tracks, to explore the vast history and respect the organic creators. You don’t have to love it, but you owe it to yourself to listen. In my experience, most of the time, I end up liking the original more anyway.

This is a track by Mike Oldfield   and Jon Anderson the worlds third favorite rapper ( I still feel there are more jay and wayne stans sorry) kanye west sampled this track called In High Places, and that is exactly where you end up blasting this beauty on headphones at 3a.m by yourself on a Sunday night.

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