Rufugees On the Mic.
Shouts Out from the Block. Nappy Heads Remix.
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Fugees: Greatest Hits. Original Album Classics. Bootleg Versions. Take It Easy - Single.
Da Kid from Haiti Interlude. The first verse on the record - Wyclef's on the thwacking thump of 'Nappy Heads' - is a case in point. Ruff House was just getting started, but had created a stir with their first big success, Cypress Hill, whose debut shook up gangsta rap, and whose follow-up, 's Black Sunday , established the band with an alternative rock audience. Yo, hold it up, aight, take the fuckin' blunt Yeah, whassup? The Score Chorus: Wyclef Jean and Lauryn Hill Some thought we were blunted when we wrote this Cause we were far, from reality Some thought we were blunted when we wrote this Cause we were far, from reality.
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Dec 09, Ngozichi Omekara rated it it was ok. Chinedu Achebe had a good base story for this book and a great title too. To read about the social cultural challenges of American born Nigerians is always welcome.
However he missed the opportunity of making this book Bigger than it could be by, a near lack of the art of story telling, and poor editing. He does however raise valid points in book and the one that resounded most with me is " what really is being successful" is is to join the rat race of corporate America, earning six figure sala Chinedu Achebe had a good base story for this book and a great title too. He does however raise valid points in book and the one that resounded most with me is " what really is being successful" is is to join the rat race of corporate America, earning six figure salaries like most of our parents encourage us to, or placing more emphasis on helping our communities, and helping the next man do better.
Mar 04, Linda rated it really liked it.