Hip Hop artists

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« The Clive Davis Netflix documentary is excellent. It begins by emphasizing the irony of Clive as a conservatively-dressed NYC Jewish attorney at the Monterey Pop Festival, and how he was struck by Janis Joplin. Also and even wilder how Janis suggested they, “go to bed together”. To me the unbelievable contrast became believable in how Clive allowed himself to be moved by art. Clive, though out of place at the famous music festival, made himself available to the powerful art. The tragedy of Whitney’s premature death allowed me to revisit how deeply emotional and painful it was for me when Whitney died. It was not long after my first-born, son, David, died, and my partial healing suddenly felt far from complete. Whitney had support from her mother, and a mutual break with Clive and Whitney. In addition it was clear to everyone Whitney was Clive’s favorite, and she knew it. Whitney also knew her God given talent was rare. Whitney’s premature tragic death was so emotional for me, and I relived the pain through the Clive documentary. White Americans my age can like Hip Hop, but we’re far less likely to like Hip Hop than young black Americans. “Break in it’s called jackin’ illegaly armed it’s call packin’". The people who write hip hop are some of the best artists of the day. »» about me 302-990-2346 contact

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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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