Celly Ru Is The Hardest Rapper In 2020 



It’s no secret that I am heavily in tune with California’s music scene. If you get in my car you are likely to hear songs from Larry June, G Perico , 03 Greedo or Jay P Bangz instrumentals. All the aforementioned individuals are dope, but this post is about Celly Ru, the hardest rapper in Cali (maybe the world) right now. Let me give you a backstory of how I came across his music. 

In 2018 I got tired of my friend/producer Brizzy not taking this music seriously so I went on youtube and searched all…

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5 Good Songs To Smoke To 

There is no secret that I am an avid smoker of the Mary Jane. For the past few years I have become a weed enthusiast  and I have tried many things in terms of marijuana. One thing I've learned about myself is that when I smoke I have to listen to the right kind of music. Most of the time I listen to instrumentals and try to come up with songs, but other times I like to listen to chill ass songs while I smoke. Here are some songs that I like to listen to while I'm blowin'...


Max B - Blow Me A Dub

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My Top 5 Female Recording Artists 

With all this feminism bullshit that's going on I'm gonna be somewhat cautious with my word choice on this post. With that being said, there aren't really too many female artists of any genre that I really like or can listen to without feeling less masculine. I'm not totally misogynistic and I don't hate women, but most of the music that women put out now is catered toward women and the homosexual community. You'll never catch me riding down the street bumping no damn Cardi B, Nicki Minaj or Beyonce because…

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Sean Roane's Epic Rant 1 

As usual I have a lot on my mind. I'm constantly thinking about how I can make myself never have to work a stupid job again. How can i stop thinking about negative things from the past? How long until my hard work in the gym starts to show? Will I ever gain enough fans and supporters to be able to make a living off of music? 

I feel like I am losing my mind and my hair is literally getting thinner. As much as I understand the concept of being a spiritual being having a human experience, I still struggle…

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How An L.A. Crip Inspired Me To Get Back To Work  

I've been fuckin' with west coast music since I can remember. Even though I was hella young I can remember always hearing Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube and 2 Pac on Philly's Power 99 in the '90s and early '00s. Television stations like MTV, BET and The Box introduced me to legends like Dj Quik, E-40, Warren G, Tha Dogg Pound, Nate Dogg and so many more. In recent years, I've grown fond of dope west coast artists like Schoolboy Q, Nippsey Hussle, Dom Kennedy, YG and Ty Dolla $ign. The music almost makes me wish…

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The Lowkey Hottest Song Of The Summer 

A few weeks ago I was scrolling through Twitter and I saw a tweet from DjBooth.net, a popular hip hop blog, talking about how they had just received a great song submission from an artist. I was instantly curious about this artist because I had recently submitted a song to Dj Booth and got denied so I was trying to see what kind of artists they accept. Turns out the artist they were talking about wasn't (isn't) even a rapper!

Dude's name is GNRA and his song "I Won't Leave" is fire to me. Fuck Drake and…Read more

Bray Wyatt Is The Reason I Watch Wrestling 

I've been a wrestling fanatic on and off my entire life. From the age of 7 til about 13 I was completely obsessed and dreamed of one day being a professional wrestler. Then in 8th grade I had my first girlfriend and slowly lost interest. Youtube would one day make me a fan of wrestling again, but not of the new stuff.  I would search old videos of guys like Bret Hart, Stone Cold Steve Austin and The Undertaker to help revisit a fun time in my life. Other than a few old videos on Youtube, you couldn't get… Read more

5 Things Every Artist Can Learn From Gucci Mane 

                                                    ( xxlmag.com)
I'm from a region where longtime veteran rappers like Jadakiss and Fabolous still reign supreme . A lot of rap fans where I'm from would rather keep a Jada freestyle on repeat  or bump "Soultape 2" than listen to a banger by Kevin Gates. Personally, I've always kept an open mind when it came to music and it never mattered if the artist was from Brooklyn, New York or Dumas, Texas -- if I fucks with you, I fucks with you.
It's no secret that…Read more

Top Five's Top 5 Favorite Rappers of All Time 

I often refer to myself as Top Five and it's not because I think I'm one of the Top Five hottest rappers out. The nickname is inspired by a goofy conversation about one of my football coaches from college. I've been putting random stuff into a Top Five category for years and it's only right that I share Top Five's Top 5 Favorite Rappers of All Time.    5) Curren$y

I didn't like him when he was with Young Money, but I heard him on a song with Young Chris from Young Gunz and I thought he was nice. A few… Read more