Rank #1: Crime Heights
Early days of living in Crown Heights Brooklyn. The Blacks Vs Jews.
Rank #2: Welcome To The 90z
The 90z, my formative years. Legendary days.
Rank #3: The Intern
This is the prerequisite to my future. I started out as an intern at a famous reggae record label.
Rank #4: The GOAT
Always the hot topic in Hip Hop. The Greatest Of All Time. Anyone who knows me KNOWS my stance on this. Holla!
Rank #5: The Source
The Source Magazine was a staple in my life at a time. I Critiqued and gauged how dope an album was because of their great mic rating system.
Rank #6: Tupac And Biggie
We lost two legends. Growing up during that time was crazy.
Rank #7: Coast 2 Coast
My ear for Hip Hop is growing. It's not just east coast.
Rank #8: Respect The Jux
We all get caught slippin. I got caught out there. Charge it to the game.
Rank #9: Top 5
This will forever be the barbershop conversation. The Top 5 MCs. My top 5 is Elite.
Rank #10: High School (Part 1)
High school was a great time. Clara Barton High School was a legendary place.
Rank #11: High School (Part 2)
High school was one hell of an adventure.
Rank #12: Coconuts Vs Americans
Caribbeans and Americans always had a cold war with one another. Made no sense to me.
Rank #13: Parents Don't Understand
My parents really didn't understand. I don't even think they tried to. S**t hurt me.
Rank #14: Hip Hop (Part 2)
My love for this culture continues to grow.
Rank #15: Therapy Sessions
My therapist told me to let it all out. You're welcome.
Rank #16: Perspective
The highs, the lows. I gained it, perspective.
Rank #17: Loustar
The Son of a legend. One of the dopest MCs I've ever heard in my life. The Best Rapper You Never Heard Of.
Rank #18: Fam Records
Started a record label with a childhood friend. Probably one of the best moves I've ever made in my life. Changed my life.
Rank #19: Hip Hop (Part 1)
My introduction to the one thing that changed my life.
Rank #20: Coming To America
I just landed in Brooklyn NYC. Smack Dab in the crack era.