Dread Imagination

merelypassion:

A young boy selling pets in the streets of Palestine.
Taken by a friend, credits go to mohammadsamir95.

merelypassion:

A young boy selling pets in the streets of Palestine.

Taken by a friend, credits go to mohammadsamir95.

(Source: merely-passionn, via africanamerican-muslim)

Yung gewn

Yung gewn

diamond-fresh:

And Not a Single Fuck Was Given

(Source: wayblackwhen, via kushandcake)

africanamerican-muslim:

Paul Ganguin, Woman with Mango

africanamerican-muslim:

Paul Ganguin, Woman with Mango

kushandcake:

4quarius:

by Linden Pentecost

Acid rap

kushandcake:

4quarius:

by Linden Pentecost

Acid rap

nassays:

Rap Genius & Nas Breakdown “Illmatic” in it’s Entirety 
Two decades since arguably the greatest hip-hop album of all time was released, Nas breaks down every lyric of the landmark album “Illmatic,” widely debated as the “Hip Hop Bible.”

It’s been almost twenty years since the release of Nas’ debut album, Illmatic, the album that quickly transformed a teenage emcee from the Queensbridge projects to a household name. Hailed as a hip hop classic and timeless reference to New York’s inner-city life, the album has stood the test of time with the meaning of it’s content sparking debates for the last two decades. Celebrating the album’s greatness and twentieth anniversary, Rap Genius and Nas have come together to break down the entire album, word for word. Check out the verified annotations from Nas himself and get the re-masterd re-release of the classic album, Illmatic XX, available now.  

More from Nas and Rap Genius

nassays:

Rap Genius & Nas Breakdown “Illmatic” in it’s Entirety 

Two decades since arguably the greatest hip-hop album of all time was released, Nas breaks down every lyric of the landmark album “Illmatic,” widely debated as the “Hip Hop Bible.”

It’s been almost twenty years since the release of Nas’ debut album, Illmatic, the album that quickly transformed a teenage emcee from the Queensbridge projects to a household name. Hailed as a hip hop classic and timeless reference to New York’s inner-city life, the album has stood the test of time with the meaning of it’s content sparking debates for the last two decades. Celebrating the album’s greatness and twentieth anniversary, Rap Genius and Nas have come together to break down the entire album, word for word. Check out the verified annotations from Nas himself and get the re-masterd re-release of the classic album, Illmatic XX, available now.  

More from Nas and Rap Genius

youlovelylilshit:

WHY AM I LAUGHING SO HARD AT THIS

youlovelylilshit:

WHY AM I LAUGHING SO HARD AT THIS

(Source: memewhore, via asenecasoul)

Apartheid

Control darkness
and shine
But it’s evil
when taken literally
with people
We’re all equal
Don’t be so concrete
It might hurt you

betterthankinyo:

Rose  Acrylic on canvas

betterthankinyo:

Rose
Acrylic on canvas

(via betterthankinyo)