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    Mar 3, 2006
    Its Friiiiidaaaaaaay!!!

    Been getting out into cyber space a lil more lately and have been checking out the profiles of bloggers that share my common interest. Big Ups to M~I~S~S~Y (Missys Mental Musings)!!!! If you have any additonal book recomendations, please share them. I LOVE TO READ. I see we both like the Coldest Winter Ever!!! I cannot believe that they have not made a movie out of that book yet! I used to could see Rosario Dawson playing Winter, but she is gettin older and I am not sure she could pass as a teenager after the RENT stripteases. LOL!
    I found this survey online....thought I'd play along:
    Accent – northern with a slight southern drawl (Bawlamorian)
    Bra size – 38DDD (I know they don’t look that big)
    Chore I hate - Washing Dishes closely followed by anything that has to do with cleaning
    Dad's name – Nathanial Bronco Wheeler
    Essential make-up – Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser.. and my LIPGLASS by M.A.C. (Ooh Baby (neutral medium pink) …Explicit (light pink) and my where anywhere shade, Oyster Girl (light pink avec shimmer)
    Favorite perfume - Lea' Dissey by Issey Miyake ( The female version is nice, but I was rocking the man's variaton a year before I knew it wasn't a unisex scent) & 360 (I like “clean” & “fresh” scents)
    Gold or Silver? Gold
    Hometown – B’More put your lighters up!
    Insomnia – Yes! I’m thinking while im sleep..I dream of being at my computer
    Job Title – Research Coordinator/Publicist/Promoter/Entertainment Consultant
    Kids - No
    Living Arrangement - dolo
    Mom's Birthplace – Baltimore, MD (City Hospital)
    Number of Sexual Partners - you wouldn't believe me if I told ya
    Overnight Hospital Stays - None
    Phobia – Blood…lil poka dots (I don’t know how to explain how seeing them makes me feel)…and mold. I hate needles, but I understand why…so its technically not a phobia.
    Siblings – younger brother
    Two I'm tagging – Duh? What is tagging? Im new to this.
    Unnatural hair colors I've worn – Back in the day I got deep finger waves with crimps and flips in the back. To jazz it up…LOL! I had the stylist to use a lil pink and orange hair tint spray on it. Sounds like it was a hot mess, but back then…I thought my mother was a witch when she made me wash it out (that same night..LOL!)Vegetable I refuse to eat – squash, black eye peas, okra, olives
    Worst habit - *sigh* I have too many to name
    X-rays – not in a long time
    Yummy foods I make – everything!!! I really am a great cook. People love my spaghetti and baked mac and cheese.
    Zodiac sign – Aquarius (February 8th)

    Hulio Shallone fans....I'm on it!!! .........Aiiight!
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    $26 (GEN) & $56 (VIP)

    Ill be there...holla @ cha peoples!

    Juvy photo courtesy of www.realrap.net

    posted by C Love "The Rap Addict" @ 3/03/2006 10:06:00 AM   1 comments
    Mar 2, 2006
    Performance opportunity in NYC
    Aspiring Rappers and R& B Singers
    Be the Opening Act for Major Artists

    First Fridays Every Month Beginning April 7th @ The City Night Club-NYC

    Perform Live in The Ultimate Talent Showcase hosted by DJ Kay Slay of Hot 97
    With a Live Performance by your favorite Major Artists in the Industry

    Every 1st Friday of Every Month

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    posted by C Love "The Rap Addict" @ 3/02/2006 06:23:00 PM   1 comments
    Too cute to not share!

    1. Stand up at your desk...

    2. Throw both of your hands in the air...

    3. Recite the new African American Anthem:


    4. Calmly return to your seat and patiently thumb through the classified section of your local newspaper as you wait for security to escort your crazy a** to the parking lot!!!!

    Thank you, Dora! I needed this!
    posted by C Love "The Rap Addict" @ 3/02/2006 04:19:00 PM   0 comments
    Lemme find out y'all scuuuured
    I found the following essay on one of my favorite sites (Davey D) this morning. It sparked a very interesting debate. If you have an opinion on the read...share it. Don't be scuuuurd! I am so impressed with Illeed. I love his rumor reports, but definitley slept on him as a writer.

    Are Hip-Hop's Hardest SCARED?
    by Illseed
    Let me find out that y’all are scared.
    The rap world is kind of scary these days. There are all sorts of animals running around the game – big Black thugs with big guns and huge entourages that beat people down. So fearsome! These thugs start wars and tear each other limb from Black limb and actually tend to obliterate all those that stand in their way. Let me find out that y’all are scared. It’s been high time that we looked at the current plaque covering Hip-Hop and call it what it is. While gangsters and gun-wielding rappers prevail in the music we listen to, it would appear that their sacs are lodged someplace up in their torso. And, here we are letting a stylish guy that dropped out of college represent the people of our culture.This isn’t another editorial praising Kanye West. However, on his Late Registration, he confronts a whole spectrum of issues ranging from governor Ronald Reagan’s alleged plot to destroy the Black Panthers to the “conflict” diamond mines in Africa to AIDS possibly being a human engineered epidemic. Now if you will, contrast the gangster displayed in West’s words and those that reign over rap, who is the “G,” g? Let me find out that y’all are scared. I smell something and it reeks of cowardice. It is not p***y, because women are by-and-large holding the fort down. This is directed directly to every gun-toting, super thug, hard-as-nails ass n***a that ever sold crack, got shot, grew up in the ghetto, had his mom slapped or his ancestors enslaved. For all the danger you avert in the hood, the shots your bodies take, the shots your guns expel and the Black punks that jump up only to get beat down – I think you maggots are scared. I recall a time when the “thugs” were the most outspoken people in the hood (think Ice-T, Ice Cube, Kool G Rap, KRS-One). These days, I recognize that Immortal Technique and David Banner are cut from a similar cloth, but they are a dying breed to say the least. I can’t hear you other mother f***ers! Speak up! Let me find out y’all are scared. "I feel like Kanye West is successful because of me. After 50 Cent, [Hip-Hop fans] was looking for something non-confrontational, and they went after first thing that came along. That was Kanye West, and his record took off." – 50 Cent, an interview with MTV. If there was ever a time for XXL magazine to give 50 Cent a Negro Please, it was now. (LOL! - that was a good one!) As my idol Willie Dee of The Geto Boys would say, “Hold up, mutha f**ka.” For me, Kanye calling out George Bush and tackle the racism in media as it all pertained to Hurricane Katrina was more confrontational than all the 50 Cent beef records put together. To clarify, I am not dissing 50 Cent, because, honestly – I don’t want it. I’ve seen how he can vanquish a foe and I’m far easier to destroy than his smallest enemy. Nevertheless, I am anxious to see how these rappers can dispose of “beef” that actually affect something more than record sales. But, I digress; maybe there is truth in Curtis Jackson’s words.When he said “something non-confrontational,” maybe he meant “something of substance” or “something different.” Based on his velvety suits and fabulous ways, I’m quite sure NBC thought Kanye West was also non-confrontational or one of the “good ol’ safe Negroes” too. They certainly didn’t attempt to put any of the gangsta rappers on the tube and, I bet my next paycheck, that if those hardcore rappers were on that telethon, they would have read the script like the ol’ good boys they really are. Calling out the president is pretty scary, wouldn’t you say? Furthermore, it could really f**k up your money, playa! And, it is agreeable to most that the Bushes are more “G’d up” than every rapper on Earth. Halliburton, WHAT? So, let me find out y’all are scared. I admit - I’m scared. My name ain’t Bone Crusher, homey. I see what the world is becoming and fear for my future and that of my unborn kids. I indulge in some of the pleasures the music industry offers (like bootlegs and the occasional picure of Free), but I remain decidedly outside of the game. Why? I watch individuals become the very people that they once despised. I might hate myself now, but I’ll be damned that I become some other scumbag that I loathe. I’m scared and can’t even get motivated from those I should admire. MAN UP, I urge you heartless, hypermasculine soldiers of urban America, because I hate you so much right now like Kelis. What’s money when you don’t have a sac worth mentioning? Seriously, let your nuts hang, soldier – this is war and we need you to inspire the people. They people NEED Hip-Hop to deliver the truth, not only as we see it in the streets, but as we want it to be. Stop playing the rules that the game has laid out, color outside the lines and follow your soul – not your bank account.
    Illseed reporting for duty, sir!
    Illseed also serves as the AHH rumors guy. Right now, he is very scared, but you can still email him at ahhrumors@gmail.com.
    posted by C Love "The Rap Addict" @ 3/02/2006 12:20:00 PM   1 comments
    Mar 1, 2006
    Gritty Gaaaaaang

    Ill start off by saying, this mixtape was put together very professionally. The artwork, quality mixdowns and highlighted artists all contributed to making this a mixtape that will get a lot of attention if pushed properly. I think this will prove to be great exposure for the assembled array of talent. In addition to it being a great way to establish the Gritty Gang Movement.
    The mixtape starts off with a bang with "Gully Musick" by the young grown man Ammo. This guy's overall potential is clear through out this mixtape as he clearly kills every beat he touches! "Gully Musick" is followed up by a Bmore version of "I know u don't love me." This songpays tribute to numerous Bmore artists doing their thing from Bossman to D.O.G. while still showing that R.O.P. is obviously a crew 2 keep ur eyes on. These guys are really good! Another personal favorite and possibly a classic callabo is "Let it Bang!" featuring Ogun, X.O. and Skarr Akbar. All three artist kill this beat. Big Ups to ARS - top notch production! The overall chemistry on this one is great and I especially love the hook. Other tracks that stand out are "Raw" by Shellbe Raw, Skarr Akbar's "freestlyle", "Bmore Baby" by Ogun (which by the way inspired the name of my website), "WhiteMeat" featuring Symph of Tha Plague, "All My Life" by the stylewars champ E.J. Feat. Mykeey (I need a song from this guy ASAP, what up Ogun u fake ass Barry Gordy! Lol) and the classic wild out anthem "What Party" (now that's my shit) !!
    Damn that's crazy cause I almost listed the whole mixtape!Overall this mixtape is very entertaining and has a lil bit of something for everybody. On a scale of 1 to 10 I would give it an 8.5. From this point forward - I only expect greater projects to come in the future.
    With all that said if u don't have this cd yet you need to get from under that rock and like the catch phrase of Clinton Sparks, "Get Familar!"
    Gritty Gaaaaang!
    posted by C Love "The Rap Addict" @ 3/01/2006 01:31:00 PM   0 comments
    Feb 28, 2006
    Monday Nights are a busy night for Hip Hop in Baltimore


    Just in case you didn't know...

    HIP HOP 101 goes down every Monday night @ the 5 Seasons...holla @ Sonny Brown about performing
    (pictured blue jacket).

    Last night's features included:





    The Unison Collective celebrated the first night of their 2- part concert series/open mic @ the Yabba Pot. CONGRATS Tis, EQ and Mizery.

    Get @ Tislam about signing up to perform!

    Sorry I missed it, everybody!! Next time...I'm there!
    posted by C Love "The Rap Addict" @ 2/28/2006 09:09:00 AM   1 comments
    Feb 27, 2006
    Don’t hate the player….hate the game!
    A good portion of my pre writing ritual is reading. Good writers inspire me with the way that they put their words together. The competitor in me is awakened – “anything you can do..I can do better” whenever an author sets up a scenario perfectly. I’m reading this new book, "My Woman, His Wife"….and not sure why, but it got me thinking about….my life's mission. LOL! The book is about a 3-some gone terribly wrong....but, nooooo there is no steamy and sorted all girl Baltimore Hip Hop menage' scandal to report...LOL! .......but the writer in me was awakened….LOL! I have got to start working on me more. Next year this time...I will be pushing a book. This whole post is an exercise in free writing....I am going to just write what comes to mind....in the order in which it occurs to me (with a few minor adjustments). Here we go.....

    I take the responsibility of documenting a time period in Baltimore Hip Hop History VERY seriously, but today I have to break one of my personal rules…& post about me 100%. If you are not feeling my rambling erratic writing style…this is the post to skip…LOL! This jawnt is called, A Day in the Life of A Hip Hop Heroine. Can I live?

    I was in my “office” (the other one- the bathroom) today and I was thinking about why I love Hip Hop. When I say Hip Hop…I am not just referring to the music it self (the bi-product)…I am referring to the actual act of getting out amongst people for the purpose of musical fellowship. This fellowship is not religious, its not necessarily organized either… its about coming together to celebrate a less than perfect form of expression. The rainbow that I saw at the Super Style Warz was amazing....it was like church for me.

    Less than perfect -- That notion has always really struck a chord with me. I love Hip Hop because imperfection is celebrated. I see the joy, pain and frustration on the faces of the people I meet on a daily basis. People really take this music/lifestyle seriously. I've found that the best artists have lived the most complicated lives. It is through conflict… that people become individuals. The most entertaining artists and cultural icons (IMO) are the most unique characters. That is what we celebrate!!! I know many of you have read something somewhere in your life or you are living proof that the least popular people in High School often times end up living the most well rounded lives. For me....being involved in the scene is therapeutic...because for everything that makes me feel self conscious at my day job....there are 2 things that make me feel empowered when im in the streets.

    When I look back over my time as a Hip Hop promoter/Freelance publicist….I can honestly say…this is the most interesting time of my life. I am in a position now where I know what I like, what I don’t and the type of people I need in my cipher. Don’t get me wrong, I haven’t quite figured out how to get toxic people out my life once they are intertwined (is there a pill for separation anxiety?) nor have I figured out how to successfully navigate the canal between “socially correct” and comfortably detached with new people, but I am growing by leaps and bounds daily. I am an Aquarius…. It is hard for me to stop and pay attention to the people around me at a given time. I am just so focused!

    When I first started going out to shows, the only female fixture was Kelly Connelly of
    Music Monthly. No, Im not name droppin...LOL! I thought she was so gangsta…she would be up in all the spots dolo and everyone showed her love and she obviously felt safe amongst all these ruffians, but more importantly...she helped me to see the beauty of the situation. She gave me courage. She also makes me want to upgrade my cameras. I so envy people with good cameras. Being a female was for once in my life an asset. Brush off the dirt…Baltimore is a Rembrandt. I feel so great when people tell me I’ve done the same thing for them (no body has made any comments about my picture taking ability yet). It's amazing when positivity becomes infectious.

    I am so glad to see that the ladies are really stepping up in Baltimore and making moves. IMO we are the most qualified to lead the scene in the proper direction. The ladies of Baltimore Hip Hop (the collective was much more diverse, but Hip Hop was the nucleus) got together this weekend for an informal meet and greet. Although, I was unable to attend, I hope that one of the ladies will give me a full run down of what I missed. I’ve gleaned from different message boards that something major is in the works. That is so great! I mos def want to do my part. I’ve been saying from the beginning that the ladies were gonna end up running this mutha! As noted in the
    Baraka Boys film- 75% of black males in Baltimore do not graduate from High School….so you wonder why things have been so jacked up for so long. LOL! This is no slight to my brothers who have been doing their thang on the Hip Hop scene for years (Big Ups! Team Fifty, Crooked Streets, Elements Party, etc.), but the female word of mouth game is a whole nother beast!!! If you only would have gotten one of us on board sooner….shit could have BEEN poppin…LOL! I love the ladies..nothing is gonna change dat!

    Perception is everything. Until Baltimore artists and the people conducting business behind the scenes are viewed as legitimate business people, no one is going to spend (customer) or invest major dollar$ in the scene we are building. I think that people need to stop giving the word “Hate” power. Baltimore people (especially) need to delete that from our collective vocabulary. Its not as bad as people think it is…a lot of it is simply passing the buck. As I’ve noted before, this city is anchored by 2 HBCUs with numerous other schools in the surrounding area populated with thousands of youngsters (unbiased) looking for something to do…a new sensation. Reaching them takes alot of work....how can you have time to worry about people around you? If Baltimoreans are crabs… focus on out of towners. That's what I do!! Baltimore is known for the [historically] crab like manner in which rising stars are treated….Rich people [industry types] are afraid to come here because they will be robbed…..We are the first ones to write off our performers that fall off...women don’t get along (in general, not just in Baltimore or Music), etc. I am all about dispelling myths. I choose to not spend energy on why or if people like me and spend what free time I have on convincing new people Baltimore Hip Hop is the shit. That is my niche’. Hate it….I love it!!!
    We can all become rich…fility, dirty, stankin like “you aint bathed in a week” rich..... if people would spend more time on actually accomplishing goals and less on proving if a person is “wedding invite” material. WHO CARES IF C Love is "Ms goody 2 shoes"??? IM NOT- works done! why spend energy trying to prove that? I promise to never spend time slandering someone publicly. That is not how I was raised. I am too old and have spent too many years making money for others. I love me my day job, but I live for the day when I can eat off of my creativity and willingness to get up an hour before my competitors. I see so much potential in Baltimore…we all just need to disregard personality differences and focus on our respective pieces of this magnificent puzzle. I definitely feel that I can make a few things happen if supported and not judged by isolated incidents. Sheesh! Everything that has been said to me about Baltimore…has not all proven to be true. I have met waaaaaay more good people than crabs…. & there are some very nice women in B’more that I admire and hope to continue gettin money with them. When I stopped focusing on the people I knew and started spreading my message in circles where I am not known …I was so much more successful…the struggle became so much more enriching. At the end of the day….it takes too much energy and is too heavy a burden to carry around worrying about the "hate" people direct at you. Many people are just angry and don’t know why- misery loves company.

    In recent weeks….I had to sit back and accept the realization that not everyone is going to feel everything I do - No matter how pure my intentions. As a individualist and First Born….I don’t seek counsel before making decisions. I approach situations head-on and see through GREEN $hade$. It hurts when people misunderstand my motives. My aggressiveness would be celebrated if I were a man, but is shunned and harshly critcized because I am the woman who calls herself the Hip Hop Ambassador. Here I am thinking that …as long as I don’t publicly disrespect or hinder someone's progress in anyway- I am living righteously. I am going to say this one time…please don’t hold this against me….I am not here to save the day. I teach people how to fish. That is way too much pressure to put on any one person. I need some help with that responsibility. I genuinely have love for all of mankind…but it wouldn’t be real for me to act like I am going to burn myself out helping people that don’t help themselves. You gots to feel me!! I am showing people how to make money off of their music…can I accomplish one mountain size task before Im given the task of making everyone feel like Im on their team?

    More and more people are starting to add statements to thier posts, drops and when closing out their performances like, “Bmore Stand Up” and “Let’s End the Crab Sh*t and Get Money”….& all that is great, but are we really ready for that? I am referring to people that think that “family” aren’t going to fight…or think that because you don’t like your neighbor you are allowed to post a sign on their front lawn...or the people that like to tell other people what THEY aren't doing. There can be no unity without loyalty and respect. If we cannot have a spat amongst ourselves without it turning into people drawing their lines in the sand…its never gonna work. Also, you have to decide which battles should be fought privately and which ones have to handled in a public forum [witneses are required]. If you aren’t REALLy ready to totally dead a relationship …you need to think about what you say before saying it. Not everyone is so willing to get over it when slighted. You can dislike anyone you so choose, but if Unity is the goal, that fact is better left between you and that person [if you absolutely think they need to know].

    I am overall very professional and generally a “for the people” kinda gal, but don’t get it twisted- I will slap the shit out of a person for disrespecting me when I didn’t throw the first blow. As the saying goes -- You can take a person out the ghetto, but you can’t take the ghetto out of them- I guess that applies to me as well! I don’t engage in verbal catfights with women. Haven’t gotten into a good one [with a girl] since high school (what up, Kiah Myers)….That is one funny ass story!!! If I say something to a female…it is not a ticket ..its an invite (good for 2). Picking on innocent people is not how I want to gain my stripes…I hate fighting/bickering/emotional situations, but I will not be pushed - I am already close to the edge. I am this way b/c I work too hard to set a good example of a women being successful in a male dominated business & b/c of that ALONE you will not disrespect me- PERIOD. Ima put it out there (Im far from perfect): I have been known to go at it with a dude online…but with women…I say what I have to say and leave as it is.
    I oftentimes think people see the strength I exude and that makes me a target. I am not out to prove I am big and bad just WOMAN enough to be the boss. I live to fight another day......I live to say it another way!!!

    Some think change starts with putting it out in the universe (i.e. saying “Lets Unify”), but IMO change must start with one’s self first. I am willing to change (within reason..LOL!) I vow to work on being more accessible and social -girly, if you will. But I need you all to recognize "only child syndrome with Aquarian rising" LOL! I am as real as they get…with this realness you get some good and bad. I allow people to be as weird as they are (you weird people know who you are)….a person’s energy and track record tells me more about whether our relationship will be harmonious than anything else. If people would only worry about defining themselves and not others [in particular, me]…the world would be a much more satisfying place to live. I don’t want to fight anybody…unless like Mully said about Boss Man…LOL! “somebody plans to set something up for pay per view” I can see how some one may look at this and be like, "what the f &%$^#@!%? ....but I promise you...i will make sense one day....plus this is my journal....I can say what I wanna as long as its the truth.

    On that note:

    TODAY 2/27/06 I want to put out in the UNIVERSE:

    To know me is to love me. Don’t hate the player….hate the game! Under different circumstances...you'd never get to see the "harder to digest" parts of my charm! BIOHH [Blame it on Hip Hop- what up Marcus!]…call it aggressiveness! Call it assertivenss!! Call it determined!! Call me a wolf! Just don't mislabel it! I am trying to change my life & I take that seriously! Ima hustler's hustler! ( I work while most are asleep) More $$$ will allow me to buy my friends better gifts too! I want Baltimore rap to gain National prominance...all help is appreciated! Individuality is respected! Love yall toooooooo!

    BSP is in effect!
    Special Shout out to TASHA!!
    Your interview swagger is enviable. I can on hope to come across as polished when I get my shot. The shout out for Style Warz is worth money [literally]....please let me know if I can help you in any way.
    Thank you so very much for your "divine ideals"....THE LADIES ARE MOS DEF A PROBLEM... See ya at the top! On the way........... March 4th Belevedere Lounge located in the basement level of the historic Belvedere Hotel..im dere with BSP (what up B. Flizzy!!)
    Congrats to B. Fly...that C- N- P joint is a certified winner in my book already!!! And you know dis maaaaaaan!!
    Congrats Shellbe! You put your foot into that track! I bet it felt nice to see evidence of your grind paying off.
    Rap Attack was great last night!! Big Ups to Skarr Akbarr, EJ, Pork Chop and Rod Madd Flavor - he was hurtin em with the music.
    posted by C Love "The Rap Addict" @ 2/27/2006 01:48:00 PM   3 comments
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