Drake being who he really is.
that awkward moment….
had to reblog this. just had to.
I thought their freestyles were flawless to be quite frank.
Ice T’s son, Tracy.
my husband gets upset when i listen to Waka but he don’t be mad when I dance to it.
Waka Flocka Flame - “Round of applause (make that ass clap)”
yeah. that’s kinda what the experience is like. dipped in gold.
There are only a handful of actors who are literally incapable of anything false, and Al is one of them. He never says, ‘I can’t do what you ask because it would not be true to me.’ He simply gets into a character and doesn’t come out.
—Sidney Lumet, director of Serpico (1973) and Dog Day Afternoon (1975)
my cousin said to me “you are more creative than the life you have created for yourself.”
quite simply put…i need to take off the restraints. and be creative within this framework of my life. or build a new frame. i’m not sure. but i have so much to express and i am not always expressing it.
i love when people say real shit to me. it is inspiring and it pushes me to think beyond the moment. i am now thinking about this idea of how i will be everything i really am and always be me.
something i always struggle with. doing everything and not losing anything. but sometimes you lose shit. or at least have to give up some shit. but fear can no longer be an obstacle.