This blog is clearly for Hip Hop, but there is a time and place for R & B. The only thing bad about that, though, is that it makes me more aware that I’m single. I mean, come on. All it talks about is sex and relationships. Love and all that mess. But I can’t deny that it speaks to me. I’m listening to “Suffocate” by J Holiday right now. He’s a great singer. Pandora is the best radio station ever. That’s the reason I’m writing this blog right now. It plays all the stuff I like without me even having to do any button pushing 🙂 I could listen to R & B about half the day. With R & B, I like to listen to Chris Brown, Trey Songz (But I cannot listen to him live. He sucks. Not very good for the reputation), Alicia Keys, Usher, John Legend. But then have to switch to Hip Hop. The genre just speaks to me more. It’s just more real. And the beats are sick! They are a big part of the song, so when they’re good, it makes me groove to the song more. My favorite Hip Hop artists are Lil’ Wayne, Jay Z, Eminem, Wiz Khalifa, 2Pac, Kanye West, T.I., Kid Cudi. There are more, but I’ll stop now.

You can find me in the gym head banging to the music in my headphones at least 3-4 days a week. Music, HIP HOP, is the only thing that makes my workout such a success. That’s really not a joke either. Without Hip Hop, I don’t work out.  And those are two entities I take very serious. The truth of the words in Hip Hop draw my ear to my headphones and motivate me in the gym. Hip Hip also has a way of changing my day around from a bad day to a good day, but it’s kind of hard to explain how….Basically, take whatever genre is your favorite and multiply that by a million, and that’s how much I love Hip Hop.