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The Super Bowl has long been the single biggest sporting event in the country, and it has provided us some of the most memorable moments in sports history. When you think of the NFL’s biggest game, there are no shortages of plays that simply wowed us.
As fans of Hip Hop, there are quite a few things that standout in our minds when we think of the most memorable songs ever made. When we think of a good story telling song, we may think of Children’s Story by Slick Rick or Stan by Eminem. If we’re thinking of posse cuts, maybe Scenario by A Tribe Called Quest and Leaders of the New School comes to mind. And if we’re thinking of club bangers, what better song to think of than 50 Cent’s In da Club?
Women…..can’t live with them……can’t live without them.
Thank God for women. What would this world be without them? Well, there actually wouldn’t be a world now that I think about it. Women are the creators of life. They’re the nurturers. They’re the first love of all of us. Our first bond. They mold and groom us. There is nothing stronger than a woman’s love. In short, we can’t live life without them. And who would want to?
The 2016-2017 NBA season is long gone, the Golden State Warriors sit at the top of the hill as champions, and the rest of the league is scrambling this offseason to attempt to put together a team that can somehow stop the Warriors from becoming the next great dynasty.
On June 20th 2017 the Hip Hop community lost one of its most elite MCs, Prodigy of Mobb Deep. His unforeseen passing sent shockwaves throughout the Hip Hop landscape, and has left millions of Hip Hop fans in mourning as one of the most revered artist left us at only age 42.