Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Check Out Mzterious @ the All Thick to BBW Strip Club Event

What's woody wood, family?

I've taken a break from blogging, but I have a gang of joints to post in this piece

My born day month is October...

...and I'm finna go bezerk with the blogs next month

Until then, check out the All Thick to BBW Strip Club Event on Sunday, November 6th @ Angels Gentlemens Club in Queens, NY

CLICK HERE to peep the promo video of Mzterious, one of the thickalicious ladies who will be in attendance

For more info, check out

Peace and Afro Grease

Nah'Sun the Great @

Saturday, September 10, 2016

We Hate The Black Protest!

Words from America when Black people speak up about injustice in the country:

"There are other ways of doing things"

Protestors riot: These people need to learn how to protest peacefully! There has to be a better way!

Protestors sit out during playing of national anthem: This is outrageous! There has to be a better way!

Protestors sit in at whites only restaurant: I'm outraged that they could be so inconsiderate of people on their lunch hour!! There has to be a better way!

Protestors raise a black fisted glove on the medal podium at the Olympics: The games are about unity, stop trying to divide us! There has to be a better way!

Protestors march during rush hour and stops traffic: Wow! Why do they have to do it this way? I'm on my way to work! There has to be a better way!

Protestors put hands up in solidarity before St. Louis Rams game: Ugh! Inappropriate! Shut up and play the game! There has to be a better way!

Protestors wear t-shirts that read "I Can't Breathe," before a sporting event: This isn't the platform for that, respect the game. There has to be a better way!

Protestors make passionate speech on BET: That's reverse racism. All lives matter! There has to be a better way!

Protestors disrupt political rally:
 Ugh! We're not here to see you speak!

In Conclusion:

People are going to need to admit to themselves that they're not upset about how Black people are protesting...they're upset that Black people ARE protesting.

Saturday, June 4, 2016

Lil Boosie Speaks Hate

What's woody wood, grasshoppers?

I've been away for a minute; traveling and seeing the world

I'll be back in full of now, let me drop a clip of rap artist Lil Boosie that struck a cord with me

CLICK HERE to peep from your phone

Peace and Afro Grease


Nah'Sun the Great @

Friday, April 29, 2016

The Story of Respeck: Behind the Birdman vs Charlemagne Beef

Birdman aka Stunna was a recent guest on The Breakfast Club, and well, the interview didn't go as planned

Before the show even started, Stunna warned hosts DJ Envy, Charlemagne Tha God, and Angela Yee to respect his name on the show and stop playing with him...Charlemagne called Stunna "Birdman Sandusky" as a play on words about the alleged cases of Stunna sexually molesting his recording artists...Jerry Sandusky is a former Penn State University football assistant coach who was found guilty of sexually molesting boys from 1994 to 2009

Anyway, when the interview actually started before the disclaimer from Stunna, Stunna and Charlemagne went back and forth before Stunna eventually got up and walked off the set with his crew

Charlemagne asked Stunna did he roll up on Trick Daddy and Rick Ross for their comments about Stunna's business dealings...during those interviews, both Trick and Ross had talked about past experiences with Stunna, and how they weren't too thrilled about his business dealings with Lil Wayne

CLICK HERE to peep the Trick Daddy interview from your phone

Stunna was pissed about The Breakfast Club for bringing up his name and subsequently showed up to the morning show to confront the three hosts...I don't think he had real intentions to do an interview...when asked about Trick and Ross, Stunna deflected the question and said, "I'm pullin' up on you, nigga," to Charlemagne

The interview was the shortest in Breakfast Club history, and damn sure the most entertaining in my opinion

CLICK HERE to peep the classic interview from your phone

Peace and Afro Grease

Nah'Sun the Great @

Sunday, April 10, 2016

20 Dayz of Thick (Day 1)

"American Blacks are the only people on earth who unnecessarily divide themselves. Complexion is another race to you. It doesn't matter if we're light, brown, or dark, because guess what? We're all Black. I don't see white people saying if someone is pale or olive amongst them." – OmoladĂ©, the Uber driver

Taken from the book Thick Girls and the Guys Who Love Them ‪#‎Thick‬

Nah'Sun the Great @

Saturday, April 2, 2016

Battle of the Year: Rum Nitty vs Ave

What's woody wood, grasshoppers?

I'm ALMOST done with my next novel that's droppin' in 3 days...going thru the manuscript with a fine comb is tedious...the craft is too important to me to half step

That's why I'm taking my sweet time to make sure the work is right

You can't rush perfection

And that leads me to Ave vs Nitty...

...Rum Nitty that is

With all due to respect to the B Dot and Danny Myers battle, the joint between Ave and Rum Nitty is the BEST rap battle in 2016 so far

There's NO dull moment in this joint...straight BARS...just like I love it

URL scored a homerun with this jawn

I got Ave winning the battle 2-1; Ave got rounds 1 and 3 while Rum got the 2nd

But to be honest with you...

...this battle is so much of a classic that I wouldn't be mad if someone got Rum winning

Both cats did their thing

Ah fuck it...

...the CULTURE of battle rap won that night at Born Legacy

I say no more...I'll let you peep for yourself...CLICK HERE to watch the battle from your phone

Peace and Afro Grease

Nah'Sun the Great @

Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Adult Toys for Dummies

What's woody wood, grasshoppers?

Peep the accessories and upcoming jumpoffs from Togetherness Adult Toys and Events...

...owned by Ms Peaches

The website ( is under construction, but click here to contact her on Facebook


Sunday, February 21, 2016

40 B.A.R.R.S vs E Hart

What's woody wood, grasshoppers?

Peep this dope Queen of the Ring battle between my baby, the lovely 40 B.A.R.R.S vs Uptown representative E Hart 

Click here to peep from your phone

Peace and Afro Grease

Nah'Sun the Great @

Friday, February 12, 2016

Gays Dudes and Battle Rap

Shout out to Doggie Diamonds for the quick flick with the lovely Melato Black

No wonder you have secret societies...

...because niggaz fuck up any and everything they touch

Notice how I say niggaz and not Black people (big difference)

Click here to peep from your phone

Peace and Afro Grease 

Nah'Sun the Great @

Thursday, February 4, 2016

RESPECT LIFE Web Series Review

What's woody wood, grasshoppers?

Seems like urban web shows on YouTube is the new wave...Money and Violence wasn't the first hood joint, but that web series sure as hell kicked off the popularity of internet least in the urban demographics

And that leads me to Respect Life

I had zero interest of tuning into web shows...let alone hood joints...thanks to my involvement in the Facebook Angry Fan Movement group, I caught wind about Respect Life on the strength of rave reviews I peeped in the group

So this past weekend, I binge watched the web series created by Brooklyn's own Boom P

Needless to say...

...I was hooked

Boom P's name had rung bells once I saw the series posted in the group...I bugged out and was like, "Wasn't homie on the SMACK DVD?"...then I popped in the official DVD (not them bootlegged shits) that I copped back in 2006 to connect the dots

And BAM!

...there he was

Shout out to Black Star Music and Video that used to be on 128th and Lenox in Harlem (R.I.P)

Click here to peep the Boom P SMACK music video

Funny thing is...

...Boom P's name is nowhere to be found on the DVD, but he stood out to me...not because him and T-Mo from Goodie Mob look like they could be brothers...Boom P stood out because he rhymed waaaaaay better than the other independent eMCees on that issue of SMACK

It's poetic justice for Boom P to create a popular web series 10 years later considering his music video wasn't promoted as one of the acts on the front and back cover of the DVD

The web series kept me on edge...the suspense was crazy...the early parts of the series kept my interest before the middle parts kinda bored me...but once the drama and plot twists had picked up by episode 7, I was permanently hooked!

The series masterfully captured the true essence of Brooklyn, New York to the T...the bodega owned by "Aye-rabs" is the perfect symbol for the hood...there's literally one or two (sometimes three) on every block..."bodega" is another name for a corner store for you out of town headz

Anyway, without giving away the storyline and spoiling the show for those who haven't seen the joint, a few things stood out to me throughout season one:

- Good acting

- Realism of the streets

- Societal issues

- Professional camera work

- Capturing the grit and grime of Brooklyn

The constant plot twists throughout the series, especially the one that involved Boom P's character, Melo, and his Puerto Rican connect

- Drama in the studio

- Girlfriends in the drug game

- Street politics between hustlers and stick-up kids

- The contrast between how old headz and young dudes move in the hood

- The shocking betrayal

- The introduction of non-Blacks (the Russians) in the street game

- The dope music throughout the episodes (they need to show the tracklistings in the info section for season two 'cause the joints in season one are bangin')

Even though the show is action packed, it's hard to keep up with the characters in the earlier parts of the series...too many characters tend to confuse me...I started recognizing who was who by episode 8 once the show got rolling...Boom P might gotta be mindful of that for the next season and so forth when he writes the show

The other issue I had with the show is the lack of character development

Let's use Boys N The Hood and Menace II Society as examples

Menace is more raw than Boyz N the Hood, but Menace lacks character development whereas Boyz N the Hood showcases a variety of a cast...everybody in Menace is pretty much the same

O Dog is no different from A-Wax and Caine, and even though Stacey is headed to college to play football, his attitude is no different from the rest of the crew...Shareef was just the token ex-knucklehead who turned Muslim and got made fun of most of the time

Boyz N the Hood on the other hand has different characters that make them stand out more...Tre is different from Dough Boy...Ricky was different from Dough Boy...Chris is in a wheelchair...Dooky sucks on a pacifier...Mad Dog rocks shades and braids with the fade on the side, etc.

And there weren't a lot of characters that you had to remember in the movie

Then again, some people don't give a fuck about character development...they just want the action...LOL

Regardless of those two issues of the show, I'll most definitely keep my eyes and ears open for season two...Boom P announced it's April 2016 debut...I have no intentions of watching any other web series besides Respect Life until someone recommends another joint

By the way, STOP comparing Respect Life to Money and Violence...both shows are good pieces of work in their own right...there's enough room for everyone to eat...headz gotta get off this Malcom vs Martin shit and enjoy the shows

FINAL GRADE - 8.5/10

And on that note, I'm Audi

Peace and Afro Grease

Nah'Sun the Great @

Click here to watch episode 1 of Respect Life from your phone

Friday, January 29, 2016

Steve Jobs Killed Hip-Hop

What's woody wood, grasshoppers?

Quick Thoughts

The internet, social media, and cheap music software killed the quality of commercialized rap music...

...and this started around 2005-06

The takeover of social media had led to the gate keepers of the music industry to lose control of song quality and albums released...for better or worse, anybody with cheap home studio software, a half-assed "producer," and an internet connection could start a career overnight...they might eventually get a buzz, as long as the artist has a good number of fans to support them

Once the influx of homegrown artists became the norm, structurally trained musicians who were molded into stars over the years became rare...the quality went to it's almost weird to hear a properly produced song

Let's be honest...the majority of new joints you hear in the club or from the car from your radio are made by half assed beatmakers...I wouldn't dare disrespect the art by calling them music longer do you hear quality production like you did with a Pharrel, Timbaland, Organized Noize, Manny FreshDr Dre, Madlib, The RZA, Kanye, DJ Quik, MuggsPete Rock, DJ Premier, Marley Marl, Just Blaze, Scott Storch, etc.

Now all of the production nowadays sounds like some bullshit out of somebodies bedroom with poorly written songs

The era of classic songs are gone... we're in the age of loving the moment until the next wave of disposable music comes along to grab your short attention span without artist development

Aight ya'll, I'm Audi

Click here to peep to recent HOT 97 Timbaland interview where he breaks down the music industry

Peace and Afro Grease

Nah'Sun the Great @

Monday, January 25, 2016

Toi Toi Breaks the Internet

What's woody wood, grasshoppers?

I'm good...alive and well after this damn blizzard that hit the East Coast over the weekend...20 to 30-plus inches of snow...yeezus!

Which leads me to this blog...

...a young lady on my friend's list is not only breaking the internet with a photo she posted on Facebook, but is also getting a lot of backlash for standing naked in the blizzard for the #SnowChallenge

Click here to check out the photo and the comments on her Facebook page

These comments are hilarious and troublesome at the same time

I don't wanna smash Toi Toi because I don't fall in love with internet chicks...

...but I bet the same people who said headz shouldn't judge Bruce Jenner for dressing up like a woman and Jaden Smith for wearing girls clothes on a fashion runway are the same ones trashing this young lady on some cyber bullying shit

People wanna pick and choose what they wanna criticize

If any of you religiously watch Empire, Scandal, and/or any reality show dealing with negro ratchetness, then your opinions about Black women empowerment are irrelevant

Real talk

I wonder if shorty would've gotten the same backlash in the comments if she was Kim Kardashian or Beyoncé with the Bey Hive

If Toi Toi was famous, the photo would've been considered "art"


A lot of negroes in the comments are also saying shit like, "this is why white people look down on us," "now you wonder why Black men treat Black women like shit," "you make it hard for women like me," and blahzay blahzay

So my question is this... does Toi Toi represent ALL Black women in America and worldwide?

She's accountable for her OWN actions

Black people aren't otherwords, everybody moves to a different drum...a different rhythm

No race, nationality, ethnic group, tribe, etc. are perfect

And for the record, if white people or Black men are using her photo as an excuse to frown upon Black women or Black people in general, then they already felt that way regardless

Stop giving ignorance an excuse to live

And the funny thing is, the people commenting are moreso focused on trashing, or supposedly giving Toi Toi constructive criticism of how a woman should carry herself, instead of showing love to entrepreneurs such as myself for posting their businesses in the comments of a photo that has gone viral

I posted book covers in the THICK series in the comments throughout the ordeal, and averaged 3 LIKES per post while negative comments about Toi Toi are getting LIKES by the boat loads

Thick Girls and The Guys Who Love Them

So who's worse?

A.) Toi Toi for posting the photo on social media like Facebook


B.) The people who are making her relevant by showering her with negative comments while sharing the photo to friends on their friend's list even though they claim she's ratchet and a thot

Not to mention folks tagging their friends in the comments just for them to talk shit about her

It's funny seeing how humans think...people promote shit they hate and ignore things they chick even said she was gonna send the photo to a radio station so they could talk about it on air...unbelievable

People love what they hate, and hate what they love

Then you wonder why people do certain things for attention on social media because society create their own Frankensteins while pretty much ignoring any information and visuals of substance

Flint, Michigan is in need of clean water, and muthafuckas wanna spend time and energy to bash an adult who was having fun with the snow challenge

Aight ya'll, I'm out

Click here to peep Toi Toi's twerk video and enjoy

Peace and Afro Grease

Nah'Sun the Great @

Thursday, January 21, 2016

Thursday, January 14, 2016

Tamir Rice and The Niggro Jesus Syndrome

What's woody wood, grasshoppers?

I quickly wanna touch on the LeBron James/Tamir Rice issue

For those who’ve been living under a rock for the past few months, 12-year-old Tamir Rice was shot and killed by police officers for allegedly pointing a toy gun at other people in a park…on one hand, you have people who say during the time of the shooting, Tamir's toy gun wasn’t visible to the naked eye in a state (Ohio) where openly carrying guns is allowed…on the other, folks are saying Tamir shouldn’t have been pointing the toy gun at anyone in the first place, and therefore, the shooting was done in response to his alleged actions that was told by the person who called 9-1-1

That’s funny, because the last time I checked, I thought police officers were supposed to at least negotiate and diplomatically diffuse a situation before using excessive force

But anyway, now Tamir’s mother, Samaria Rice, is now supposedly disappointed at NBA basketball star LeBron James for not using his influence to speak up against police brutality

I’m not gonna attack the woman, but it’s crazy how the focus had shifted from the actual police shooting to LeBron just that quick

Niggroes always fall victim to distractions


As far as this situation, niggroes want people to do shit that they don't have the heart to do

I'll be the first to call a sell-out a coon, but that doesn't apply to LeBron because...

1.) He's an ATHLETE, not an activist...

...and he never claimed to be the revolutionary-type to begin with

2.) Black people need to stop leaning on celebrities and instead put pressure on their local community and religious leaders who take money from them every week, but don't say shit about socio-political issues that affect the people daily

The come-save-us-please messiah syndrome that niggroes put on celebrities is pathetic

Black people should move as a COMMUNITY like ants in a colony instead of relying on people who really don’t owe them shit except for giving them their money's and time's worth by the way of entertainment

3.) Everybody can't be Muhammad Ali, and even then, Ali was backed by an organization (Nation of Islam) to help him against the opposition

And last, let's say if LeBron did make a stand and subsequently loses his livelihood because of his views about the case, do you think Black people will be there to financially support him for speaking out???


Niggroes don't even support Black businesses


Aight, I'm out

Peace and Afro Grease

Nah'Sun the Great @

Thursday, January 7, 2016

The People's Champ

David L and Yours Truly

"90 percent of the business is hustle, the rest is talent" - anonymous

David L mixes both grind and talent to spread his author brand down the Eastern seashore from New York to Miami and points between. His forever expanding fan base showers him with support whether they're active in his Can I Hit it in the Morning Facebook group (Click here to join) or the blog site with the same namesake. The Brooklyn native has taken the industry by storm for over a half decade while enjoying the fruits of his hustle. Book clubs adore him, ladies are drawn to him, and guys respect him. So without further ado, allow me to introduce the People's Champ...

Nah’Sun - If there's one thing you could change about the book industry, what would that be? 

David L - One thing I would change about the book industry is the illogical attempts of so-called authors selling their soul by offering their craft for free via download. What readers need to understand is that it takes hard work to produce a book, and multiple factors need to be accomplished before a book can be ready for purchase like proper editing, illustration, distribution, printing, marketing, etc. Not to mention the endless days and nights to actually write the novel. Authors consequently need to understand that by offering their craft for free to the public, it diminishes their work, and thus, they are not taken nearly as seriously by the would be consumer

Nah’Sun - Describe the difference between today's book industry from your rookie year to now

David L - The book industry since [the first time I entered the industry] was not diluted by everyone with a pen and a pad wanting to become a best selling author. In 2016, every reader that has a story thinks they have what it takes to write a novel [along with] writers writing cliche stories and not taking their craft seriously is what is making these wannabe authors think they have what it takes to write a best-selling novel

Nah’Sun - What keeps you motivated to write and keep releasing books?

David L - My motivation has never been, or will ever be the almighty dollar. Instead, my motivation remains the countless readers that continue to keep me grounded and humble, always looking for that next David L. release. That [along with] unexpected reviews, emails, inbox messages, etc. from my readers telling me how much they enjoy reading my work are what continue to keep me going in such a dysfunctional industry

Nah’Sun - Give the readers a list of all the books you released so far

David L - Presently, I have four published novels available. They are (in the order i wrote them): Over Your Dead Body, My Life Is A Movie, Represent & Chalk Outline Confessions: The Remix. Coming soon (3/1/16) will be my fifth published release tentatively titled, A Recipe 4 Revenge

Nah’Sun - Which title is your favorite, and why?

David L - Although I do not have an actual "favorite" novel, my most "creative" (in my opinion) so far has been Chalk Outline Confessions: The Remix based on the novel's overall theme, storyline, use of 1st person/3rd person and level of action/intrigue. All of my published titles however are personal favorites for various reasons

Nah’Sun - Tell the readers about your Can I Hit it in the Morning blog (click here to read the blogs)

David L - Can I Hit It In The Morning?! is an online blog series of my creation which is only available via my author website. I created my blog series to "hold over" my readers until my next release as it will be my first published release in almost four years. The blog series tackles any and all topics relating to male/female relationships, and does not in any way show favoritism towards the male/female dynamic. Instead, it is an educational, yet entertaining facet of topics that transcend all of our generation's concerns

Nah’Sun - Have book clubs been beneficial to your career?

David L - Book clubs have been very beneficial during my formative years, and still do to this day because when connected to the right book club, they will undoubtedly support your literary endeavors and continue to drive your artistic aspirations by attending various book signings, hosting author meet & greets and purchasing novels to financially drive an author's career

Nah’Sun - Do you think authors should sign with other authors?

David L - Authors signing with other authors can be complex and definitely somewhat controversial. As an author signing to another author, one has to ask, "when it is time for the parent company (author/publisher) to release their own work, [and] will it take precedence over the signed author's product?" Although it can be successful in some instances, my opinion is that more often it is a potential conflict of interest for both parties

Nah’Sun - What are you working on now? And leave your contact info for people to reach you

David L - My present project is titled, A Recipe 4 Revenge. It is an action/thriller drama which follows four females as they return to their high school reunion to exact revenge on a man that has sexually tormented them during their high school years. In my opinion, [that book is] most definitely my most challenging yet thought-provoking project to date.

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Peace and Afro Grease

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