There's an open door now more than ever to be making any type of beats that you want.
In 1984, my mom gave birth to my older sister, Teresa. Due to a complicated delivery, she needed a blood transfusion, and at that moment, my mom had HIV+ blood put into her body.
I graduated in 2009, which - if you think back to where the economy was at that time - was an interesting time to graduate.
I love history, cultural and religious studies, philosophy, photography and traveling.
For me personally, to hop onboard and use the amazing success and blessings in my life to pull off something like the 30/30 Project is awesome.
Coming out of the Northwest and that environment to shoot hip-hop videos, it's a little atypical of a place to be, you know.
I have an AIDS ribbon tattooed on my arm.
Some songs go super-quick; some take a really long time.
When artists who are not associated with the typical infrastructure get recognition, that becomes a cultural movement.
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