Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Notorious B.I.G.'s "Laid To Rest" review

Trid Tha Kid steps in once again to drop another mixtape that will take you back in time on da swag. Many consider Biggie the best rapper of all time, and when you listen to classics like this its hard to debate. Hip hop is on an entire different range of principality these days but it's wise to stay true to what swagged everything to its current levels with joints like Track 11- "Cream (Freestyle)" ft. the Lox.

I must say I was not a Biggie fan from back in the day. It was alot of unnecessary beef between the west and east and I took sides with Death Row. As he has been deceased for some time now and I have grown I realize the genius that Big was. It really makes you wonder what would he be doing if he was still alive to this day. Its no secret why his popularity has done nothing but grown because when your real your spirit never dies like with Track 06- "Real Niggas".

There are plenty of extremely talented artist out there who are on the brink of making it big like B.I.G. Unfortunately raw talent is worth virtually nothing when it comes to making money as an artist. Yes its best to be a master at your craft, but what really counts is your connections. Biggie hooked up with Sean Combs and that is when his career blew up because Puffy has the right mindset when it comes to making money. He understands its all in how you promote and present yourself to listeners. If you don't promote yourself properly, then nobody will care to listen. Sure you will run across the eventual music junkie like me that will appreciate, but the average listener only listeners to what is on the radio or is played in the clubs. Those are the people who will care to pay for an album instead of illegally downloading it.

When it comes to me I am going to have to lay this blog to rest. Not forever but just for the indefinite time being. I'm working and making money and I just don't have the energy to listen to mixtapes all day writing reviews. All my energy is focused on getting my future porn site swaggin. Yes I wanna do porn and I want to start rapping professional, but one thing at a time. If you wish to contribute to help out then please donate otherwise just be on the wait. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.



Monday, May 5, 2014

Young Roddy's "Route The Ruler" review

Jets is swaggin in da building swag. Young Roddy hits the scene again with dat good shit to smoke and swag to. He really swaggs you up the ability to put yo mind in the right place as get on yo grown man grind. This rap game is filled with all kinds of bullshit and he stays too real on Track 11- "100" ft. Fiend a.k.a International Jones.

What's nice about Young Roddy is he has put in his work for years now. Watching him throughout his career has been a pleasure. He represents what is possible as long as you stay persistent and swaggin at the top of yo game. A positive role model for all the young niggas dat be swaggin. He will have your mind focused on the right things like in Track 03- "Money" ft. Smoke DZA. 

What I really like is now he doesn't rely on Curren$y as much as when he started. Don't get me wrong, I still enjoy hearing their joint tracks like on Track 06- "While The Getting Good", but this mixtape proves that he doesn't need him that much. Even still, it's nice to be able to say that he came up under Spitta's wing. He is a legend and knows how to get shit smoking and Roddy has a similar smooth swag that be swaggin to tranquil jazz swag. 

Lately I have been smoking mid. I know its not the fancy smancy loud that rich niggas smoke, but it still be smoking and will leave a few dollars in yo pocket for other swags. Also, for the most part, I have given cigarettes up for good. Yes I do slip up once in a while and swag a short, but I have not purchased a pack in months. All the Jets lead a positive example because they don't even smoke blunts. I nice jernt is good enough to swag you up, so follow directions like on Track 09- "Light That Shit". 

Another reason I respect Roddy alot, because he don't try and put on an act like he is something he not. Alot of rappers rap about shit they have not done or will never do in their life. Come on now, keep shit real people. Rap about what you really represent and live for. We all out here just trying to survive and we all grind hard for what we have. We don't need niggas stealing from each other and doing each other bogus. I understand that some niggas have it ingrained in thier mind to just do whatever and be bogus and not give a fuck. Them niggas don't realize that karma is a bitch. Everything you do has a reaction, weather you realize it or not, so just stay on yo grind and continue to shine. 

I have been working hard lately because I'm trying to come up and be on my dependent myself. Tired of always having to rely on my Mom for shit. Money may be just a piece of paper, but we need that paper to survive and prosper in society. I am growing in readers and just recently passed by 10k page views. SWAG SWAG!!! If you wish to support me and help me grow a small swag donation would be a swag swag. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place. 



Thursday, May 1, 2014

Migos & Rich The Kid "Streets On Lock 3" review

WOOP WOOP!!! SWAG SWAG!!! Migos teams up with Rich The Kid once again to make dat magic swag. They never seem to fail to astonish my senses swag and connect the sentence swag.This being the only mixtape I have listened to for some time now, I figure I should write da swag review because DIS SHIT COLD!!! They really making it swag on Track 23- "Make It Work" ft Soulja Boy.

Like I said this is the only mixtape I been listening to. I haven't wrote a review in a good minuet because I been working alot lately. Feels good to be making money because being a #OBN (Old Broke Nigga) is a no swag dat don't be swaggin swag. Migos is da #YRN and all of the QC swaggers are talented and rich. WOOP!!! They are on they own land and can't be touch like on Track 13- "Islands" ft Ty Dolla Sign prod. by Murda.

Now let me say I have been grinding hard and I know why. Its because a nigga tired of being broke. I'm not lazy, its just before I couldn't get a job. Now I live next to a huge factory neighborhood. I have worked at plenty of them because I have agencies hooking me up. My perspective on having an anent or a manager has completely did a 360 and I now understand their importance. I don't know how much they make off me, but I do know I have worked for 3 different companies in 3 weeks. Thank God that now I have found a job that fits me well. They be hitting me up like on Track 15- "Phone Line" prod. by DJ Plugg.

I have to say that all of da Migos is raw. They all on another level way higher than any majors. I give all of them credit for keep grinding and going because now they starting to get real radio play. I want to start hearing more from Rich The Kid because he be swaggin to da swag swag. He says alot of bold statements and he really is Rich $wag and he be swaggin on Track 19- "Clientele" ft. Chinx

Another reason I'm glad I'm working because I'm finna get a girlfriend. Although I really enjoy masturbating, I don't do it as much unless drastically necessary. Can't be no broke nigga and have a woman now a days. Summer time is cumming up and nows da time for da hoes to change they boyfriend like on Track 16- "Switch A Roo" ft. PeeWay LongWay.

Also, I like dat Migos fuck with majors all the time like on Track 05- "Pack Gone Missing" ft. Wiz Khalifa & Chevy Woods. Its not cheap to afford top notch features, and you know they not fake. I am somewhat confused because Drake cut them out of the "Trophies" track that is currently in heavy radio rotation. I heard it on the unofficial release of #YRN2 and Quavo is on da hook. I don't know what happens but Drake's camp bogus for cutting them out.

Lastly I have to say its so nice that all Migos mixtapes are masterpieces. These are free mixtapes and they always provide you with 25 tracks of some swag swag. If it was a studio album, you definitely would get yo monies worth. Having the MP3 is nice, but I don't understand why they don't have a website where you can purchase a hard copy. That way you cut out the distributing cost of the production and if they signed every copy they would make more money. SWAG SWAG!!! You don't need alot to swag like on Track 14- "3 Mics" ft. DJ Ray G.

Now that I'm working, I don't need to ask for donations from my loyal readers, but I will continue. I have plans to start a porn site soon and dat shit is far from cheap. Also I plan on rapping professionally, not just using other folk music without their permission and posting it on Xvideos. I even have a rap name, but I will wait till everything is ready to reveal anything. A nigga is finna step up to next levels on da swag. If you have it to give, a small donation to my paypal would be a swag swag. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.