The Raymundo Show

Word is Bond

November 07, 2022 Ray Gonzalez Season 4 Episode 43
The Raymundo Show
Word is Bond
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On this episode, Raymundo talks about the power words have with special guest and friend Perfpeshi. Our world have a way of shaping reality. Check out this episode it’s filled with words of 


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is your host. Raimundo. Welcome to my show. Well, we talk some real shit. I have some laughs relate. And have some fun in the process, but this is episode 43. Word is bond. And this episode is more fighting. You think just not based on the slang. But before we get into that. Let's go let's go. And the quote of the day comes from Betty. ADI. And we understood the power of our thoughts. We will guard them more closely. If we understood the awesome power of our words. We will prefer silence to almost anything negative. And our thoughts and words, we create our own weaknesses. And our own strengths. Our limitations enjoys. Begin in our hearts. We can always replace negative with positive. Yo, and I feel like that just summed up the whole episode. I'm at the, shut it down. Yo, thank you for joining. Nah, but that was a dope quote. Cause it's like, In the process of writing the episode. You know, learning all the things I learned. I was like amazed. how powerful your words really are. And you know, when I really think about all the conversations I have and how I vent and everything. Is waffle, like our poly have been evolve this fast as I could have. but as good to be aware of, notice these things, like really identify that the things you say when you're doing something good. Uh, when you're in trouble. and one. One thing we don't realize, man, is that we really have this subconscious mind that. It's like automatic as an automatic response. Like. Like email and shit. You know, sometimes. You don't think just react and you react was based in your subconscious. So would you do comes from there? So you gotta make sure you. You fill it with positive words, positive thoughts. So when. When she hit the fan, if averse to And there's different things you could do, man. And one thing, people, probably a lot of people don't believe in is like some type of hypnosis or even just recording your own self. Affirmations and putting them while you half asleep. It's all for your brain to think and receive all these students that are subconscious cause. Everything is being collected from watching TV, radio, all that shit. Your words are like a product of. The things that your brain takes in and then, you know, pause, but what you let out. You know, it was up And you got to be aware that if you say some fucked up shit fucked up, shit might happen. Even if you say it about somebody else, even if you judge somebody else's words. R. Extremely powerful. Is why. You know what I'm saying? We got the Bible, we got speakers. We got. Uh, rappers, singers. You know, everybody. Whereas affects everyone differently. Depending The Tom, when they life they're in. can help you get through something can help you feel stronger. if you chose poorly. You could bring your whole shit down. Like. I mean, how can you really picture yourself being great? All you see is. I always mess up. I don't know how to get out of this situation. My past. I always did this shit in my past. You know what I'm saying? Shit like that, man, you gotta fucking. Got to understand, The words, your thoughts then. Your reality changes. It's not going to be your reality change. And then your thoughts And whereas come after, nah, You can't skip that process But, before we get into the episode, And there was a, I heard about plants. Like if you talk to them or even trees. You know, it's like, it's good for them. Good words, help them grow. But I saw something on YouTube about them doing it with rice cups. Right. So they have one rice cup. Which they told positive things too. They had another rice cup that they ignored and they had a rice cup. That they said, fuck those Shitzu. Now, I don't want to do this because I could have pictured myself telling rice you're great. Or it's on the rise. Fuck you. I can't stand the heat though. Nah, but after three days, the rice that they told something positive too. Like you could have cooked that right there. the one they ignored was fucked up, but the one they spoke bad to was nasty. It's like, you know, when you fucked up, when you didn't realize you had left. Uh, rice in that pot, in that pot, you thought it was clean, but it really, you left the rice in Yeah. You know what I mean But just to show you the Powerwall words, man, like. You're a product of your thoughts and words, like really think about the shit you say the shit you think about the shit you focus on. And. Even the hydro event, continuing event, not doing nothing. It's just. Repeating the cycle. But yeah, I already know, man, let's get into the episode. Word is bond.

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So on this episode, word is born. Uh, we talk about we talk about the power of the word, and I got somebody who's a lyrical superhero, you know what I'm saying? you know what I'm saying? He got bars for days. his, clothing line, his, his official something you never seen before. Another thing too, he's a great supporter of this show, man. Some, some of his words got me through some episodes. I want you to give a warm welcome. Yo. Pressure boo thank for having, bro. You're man. I love, man. Oh no, no doubt, man. Yo, I appreciate you being here, man. You know what I'm saying? Uh, appreciate the shirt. You know what I mean? Had to show, you know, Fly poison Yo, Hey, thank you bro. Thank you bro. I appreciate that. Of course, of course, man. put it on your websites. Save it for after the episode or be, or during the episode. Cause you know the phones work like that. You could do that, but but how you, Yo, but how you doing today man? I'm doing good, man. I can't call it man. Just taking shit one day at a time, you feel me? No doubt, no doubt. I'm good. So it's good with you. I'm yo, I'm good man. I'm glad you asked that. I'm like, yo, nobody be asking me questions, man. Nobody be like, How you doing? I'm like, yo, I'm alright man. You know, Had a good day. like shit. Ask the host, What's up? I'm telling man. Aw man. So, you know, quick before we get into the episode, the way we met was, um, I was working at WeWork and it was like, I think my second, third day of training and day one, you know what I'm saying? He put me onto game, let me know, Yo, this shit is easy. Long as you do your shit, make it look like it, like you did. You know, extraordinary work. You good. Know what I mean? He let me know. And then I took that shit and I got a little, I got promoted to the day. but you know, we work if anybody saw documentary, uh, Adam rocked up. we all, how to pay for that shit. You saw the documentary? Nah. Was Oh yeah, but we work Yeah, yeah, yeah. I seen that. Doctor worry man. It, it was,

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you. Yo. I can't. I tell people all the time, I can't even talk about that documentary. didn't even mention us, bro. They ain't even mention us. Damn. I wait for them to say, oh, the people that made the fruit water, they ain't mention the fruit water, white fruit for nothing, bro. Oh boy. Yo. And I was making stars out of it. I was doing all types of activities with the fruit water, bro. fucking making Pacman Come on man. Nah, yo. They were great people though. They, you know what I'm saying, that they had nothing to do with Adam. Yeah. I got along with a lot of the people in there. It was cool, man, boy, you know what I'm saying? They had us making mad coffee, son. Remember that? Mad coffee, bro. All day, day, all night making coffee. SD ass coffee, bro. shit was it? Yo, But, uh, well, you know how we do things, man. But before we get started hot, tell 'em where you from, man. For me, I like, just say I'm from Brooklyn. I spent the majority of my life in Brooklyn, but I was born in Queens. You know what I'm saying? I don't wanna, I don't wanna take away from the other buts. I was born in Queens, spent six years in Harlem, and then the rest of my life in Brooklyn. I ain't never go nowhere. I, since you feel me, Brooklyn, Queens, Harlem. As long as new, as long as you in New York, you getting that New York. You just ain't get the

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I just take out the bush with the New York. You know what I mean? And I ain't gonna from um, I think I said that once before. I lived in Queens for seven years like nine years total. Cause I lived, then I'm, when I moved back from Florida, I lived in Queens for two years. But the rest is Bushwick. Queens is different, man. Queens is different. Yeah, Queens is different. Man. We is really different. I ain't gonna front, I mean, me personally, you know, Brooklyn is, is home man. It, it's no place like this. Especially, you know, that block, that block that you, that you became you on, it's different. That block is different. you can move everywhere else but that block that you became to you, that's when it's different. you got family there. Yeah, like, like you could look at the they got and like catch like 30 memories of what happened on that corner. You know what I'm saying? word bacon memories man. Where when Popp the raw change word. Bacon, egg, cheese. You like yo papa, you gave me the raw change man. It's bacon cheese. $2 man, come on you. That shit, you know that shit man. Nah, it. It said $2. Where? It's like five now. So Yo damn. Yeah. When I first started writing the episode, when I thought about, uh, words having power, first person that came to my mind was Malcolm X. when I was younger, I ain't no too much man. I remember I had the hat, I had the shirt. You remember when they had the, the Malcolm Legs, clothes back in the day? You had the little kit. You had the little kid. Yeah, I had the Scully and shit. Oh man. The ex Scully. I still see, like, I still see him back sometimes shit though. yeah, man, with him, he was, well, he was a street dude, bro, out hustling. And then got locked up, started reading, got with certain people and changed his word. Like him changing the way he speaks his words, changed him as a man. He even changed his last name. to this day, he's still being talked about and he's still respected and he, he taught us a lot of lessons, you know what I mean? And one that is never too late to change, you know what I mean? That's a fact. And using the right words and speaking them into your life can give you the life you want. You you don't know this now that the things you say is the life you have now, or times you say you're gonna see or this shit always happens to you. Things like that. So where, when it comes to Malcolm Man, like when you first, heard his story, like what, what were your, what were your thoughts? Well, What's interesting about that is like me learning about Malcolm X, like in school, I was just like everybody else, Like you learn like the typical stories about Malcolm X and Martin Luther King in February for Black History Month. You feel what I'm saying? But when I used to come home, I was raised by my grandma. So when I used to come home talking all the stuff that I learned in school, she used to always correct me. Like instantly like, Oh, nah, there's a lot more to this story you need to know. So I didn't really know too much about Malcolm Connect until I was speaking to one of my older uncles. And, um, I was real argumentative as a kid. So I used to get into like, adult debates and I, I used to feel like I knew, you know what I'm saying? Like, I knew what I was talking about. You feel me? So, yeah, I used to, I used to do the same shit. Yeah. So I started, I started talking about Malcolm X, this Malcolm X that he was like, Yo, until you read a book about Malcolm X, you shouldn't really speak on it. So he gave me a book, like an autobiography to Malcolm X early when I was like, maybe like, um, like 12, 13, something like that. Yeah. And I'm not gonna lie, I didn't finish the whole book, but I read like a good, like half of it, You know what I'm saying? Mm-hmm. and. Everything. just learning, like how he was like as a young man, growing up. Like the different things he was doing when he was Detroit Red, running through the streets with the red hair and the gun. Oh, he was wilding out selling weed and you know what I'm saying? Like he was doing a lot, you feel me? He was really outside. Outside. And then you like see where he became. It's like a pure example. Like what you saying? Like you can always change. There's always room for change. Even though he gotta go to jail. I ain't saying you gotta go to jail to change, you feel me? But you don't wanna go to jail. You can, you know what I'm saying? there's other ways to change. But I feel like, like, damn, they went to jail or he went to jail and he still did his thing. You didn't go to jail. Why you not doing your thing? You know what I mean? Like that. That's what it does to me. That's a fact. That's a good way to look at it, bro. That's a good way to look at it, bro. Word man. And bro, like, yo, his words bro, like, and, and Denzel, they couldn't pick a better person to play Malcolm Beck. Like, I forgot. I forgot. It wasn't Denzel. I was like, Yo, that I'm like, Yo, that's That's Malcolm. That's Malcolm. That's him. He came, He came back for the movie. Word. Word. He did his thing for real word. Yo, by any means necessary. That is, Think about that. Think about that line bro. Like he not, I mean, you don't want to take it to the extent though, like, like any means, but you want to do whatever, you know, shit that, that's, that got integrity in it. You know what I'm saying? Like, by any means you can do it and it starts with the way you speak cuz. And, and it, I feel like it go either way. You can start speaking differently and then you start thinking differently and then you start asking, or you can start thinking differently, start speaking differently, start acting differently. Uh, they all in correlation with each other. But I didn't, You are doing research, bro. When, when I was like, yo, I I don't even play around with I can't no more. Or I'm a try. No or no. It's either I, it's either I'm doing it or I'm not doing it. Like, yo, that's a fact. And I'm never saying no wild shit about myself again, bro. Like if like, you know, you make a mistake, ah, I feel like a dickhead. Like nah, I feel like a fucking king dog. What you talking about? I'm a king word. Or it takes work. It takes work to correct that. Cuz you gotta make a habit of those things. You know what I'm saying? Like, I think a, a lot of people have a habit of doing like the opposite. my homeboy, he he gave me this book called How to Own Your Own. So like, it, it, it teaches like a lot of things about how you have to like retrain your whole thinking process. Cuz, or sometimes you have to unlearn things. You might have learned a lot of different things growing up. Some of those things might not be beneficial to you at this point in your life. So you have to like, unlearn those things. And then you have to learn like new habits. So like, speaking those positive affirmations is like a good habit to learn and unlearn those sadness of speaking like downward on yourself. You know what I'm saying? Yeah. Cause cause it's all repetition. The only reason you believe the bullshit about yourself is because you told yourself the bullshit all this time. Of course you gonna get stuck to that. So, affirmations, yo affirm, yo, we're gonna get into that later. But affirmations, life changing. That's a fact. I agree with that. That's a difference. Telling yourself every day, Yo, I'm a billionaire. I'm a boss. I'm, I'm great at this. Like, you feel a certain energy. You know what I mean? One of, one of my, one of the quotes that stuck to me was, um, there's no better than adversity. Every heartbreak, every loss, contains its own seed, its own lesson. To improve your performance. Mm. Yo Like, Yo, you know, and you know the way he said it, you know what I mean? Like, yo, we ain't laying on Plymouth Rock. Plymouth Rock Put the sauce on it. Put the sauce on it. Rock Word. That's heavy though. For real, for real. Yeah. But you know what, I always think about that movie, that power where he goes, Yo, when when the dude was putting him on to Islam, he was like, You know why you cursed brother? Cause you don't have enough in your vocabulary. I was like, Nah. I was like, Damn, is that why I curse so much? Cause you know what I'm saying, I'll be dropping the bomb. You know, word, word. It was dope. But that was the starting point. Then he started checking his words and then became, like I said, but he also taught us his, You can't say too much, you know what I mean? Unfortunately, freedom of speech in this world only goes so far. Darkness cannot drive out darkness. Only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out Hate. Only love can do that. So Martin Luther King, man, I have a dream. And it's crazy that, that that speech didn't affect me as much as it did now, like being this grown and knowing how shit really works and knowing that even though some people may have looked at him as soft bro, but like he, the quote that I just said, You can't drive out hay with hate. That's the truth. That's why we, we gonna continue to go to war. We're gonna continue to do this bullshit. Cause nothing's ever handled with love never's ever, sir. Anything is just politics and expenses. But he was, uh, Yeah, man. He was a great man. Man. You remember, um, That's true when you heard the, the Ma Luther King story when you was a kid. Yeah. It was, it's, it's real different from the real story, but, um, um, the end of the balcony, right? Yeah. Yeah. That's wild, bro. I learned that shit older man. That shit had to me tight. I'm like, Wow. Everybody thought was at the balcony. They came and word. Yeah, man, it, it, it happened to a lot of our legends, know what I'm saying? They explained it to us one way, but thanks to the incident, you know, we got to find out some of the things that really happened, you know what I'm saying? And some of the things that they really said, and not just the mainstream things, you feel me? Yeah, man. Yeah. And, and, and you in school, they, you know, they teach us the history. They want us to know, not the one that we should know. They want the sugarcoat shit, but it's like, yo, like, yo, you don't even realize like, yo, they start off teaching you how. Christopher Columbus, Thatas found the sh like he didn't really find it, like even says it, like there were people already there. He thought he went to India. Some thought he was in India. That's why they called like word You take a day off of Dukes. Like, that's crazy. they finally got around and changing it. You know what I'm saying? Look how long it took. Yeah, I know. Yeah. Now, now it's like people starting to get out. He was part of the whole slave thing, you know? I mean, I don't know. It was like the slave thing was already happening or he was like, Yo, I think I read something that he was like, Yo, there's a lot of people we could use. And these like, that's,

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a statue food. There's, Where's his statue at? Yo. That's ready. you not getting political. Um, yeah. When I first heard, I remember, So I was a kid. I read the story like first when they were reading, we were reading the story and it was getting me hype cause he was saying this and saying that. So as a kid his words were catching me. And then I remember when they got to the end of the story, I remember somebody tried to like, joke with me about it. And I remember I, I fucking playing with me, bro. I, I used to say, Your son, stop playing with me, son. That shit is not funny. But I was, that's just a. It's like I'm dead I'm be, I'm keep it a buck bro. Like I'm gonna use a Jay-Z line. Truthfully, I wanna rhyme like common sense, but I did five mil. I ain't been roaming like common sense. And I say that because the type of podcast I truly wanted to be was the, the dude to expose truth like I want. But it's like, that's a, that's a lose lose situation. So I'm just gonna use my, I'm gonna take action instead of talking about it. Cuz that's another thing. It's one thing to talk about it, but how are you gonna be part of the solution? Right? So I know that Kanye thing, you know, Kanye words got the whole internet bugging. But what he said has got me rethinking the way I speak. Like I ain't gonna front. So like, sometimes it's like how I'm gonna talk about it. Like if I, if I'm saying of a comment about somebody on, like, I can't be like, yo, this bitch ass person, I gotta be like this bitch ass nigga, right. Word. I wanna be on some, I wanna be on some like yo Peace King shit. You know what I mean? Yo Peace King I'm just saying like, I'm gonna try to just really, if I gotta change the whole sentence, man, If I just gotta not even say nothing at all, I'm not gonna say it. That shit made me think. You the only ones that do that to each other, The other rate, they don't do that to each other, bro. You know what I mean? Nah, that's a fact. That's a fact. That hit me. That hit don't see words, They hit you. yo helos, everything. Just for a few words, man. But we gotta do better as a community man. that's the main thing. We gotta do better as a community. Cause we can't allow that at a certain, at a certain, to a certain degree. You know what I'm saying? There's freedom of speech. You're allowed to say what you wanna say. And to a certain degree he's wrong with the things that he is saying. But at the same time, us as a community, we gotta start learning how to get outraged about things. Like when people start saying the wrong things about us, we can't just let them slide. We gotta get outraged too. You know what I'm saying? So we gotta stretch it down too. Like you can't, Yo, you done, You said something about us. You done word. That's a fact. It should be, It should be. You know how it is. Vice versa. But yeah, definitely. I I always wanna make sure, Yo, I'm not agreeing what, what Kanye said, like the fucked up shit He didn't articulate it well and I don't know, I don't know if it was part of his plan cause now he's outta his deals. I don't really know. I just know he just made me realize certain things. Cause you can realize. something great in, in a fucked up situation, all conversation. So I don't Nah, that's a fact. There's other speakers of course we can speak on, but we can go on. Like, um, My son, I mean, Gandhi has some dope ass words. Yeah, I can't think of anybody, anybody else? so I want to talk, I don't know, how are you with the modern speakers? Right? Like, one dude that, well he introduced me to the self-help game was Tony Robbins. Um, I saw in, um, he was in Shallow How, and, and ever since then, like, yo, he's just the beast with the words man, like certain techniques he's told me to try. Just like, um, like he got this seven day mental diet where you don't say anything negative. You don't even give, you don't even give energy to the negative attention. So, you know what I'm saying? Like, he, he, I feel like the self help world, like I know there was other people that were part of it, but he's the one that made. No. You know what I mean? You got Les Brown, of course. Uh, you, you got Eric Thomas, you know what I mean? He's a legend. Um, Eric Thomas gave me hype though cause he'd be like, You not hungry, um, dude, unless let's be getting hype too. He'd be like, make sure you fall on your back. Cause if you can look up, you can get up. Yeah. You, you listen to them dudes like you, you, uh, sometimes, like I, for me with self-help, a lot of times they be coming across it, it comes across from a celebrity. Like sometimes I, I'll go and watch like Jim Carey speaking or watch Kobe Bryant speaking or like, you know what I'm saying? Like, people like that. If you catch them like in they back, like really talking about substance, then you get that same kind of vibe. You know what I'm saying? So That's true. And, and that's two good examples. Cause maybe yo Jim Carey's woke as fuck, I'm glad that he still get jobs, You know what I mean? Cause I'll be like, Yo, when you say some, some shit that if people followed you, they ain't gonna like that. And you still good. You know? Or Will Smith too. Will Smith too. Real quick, let me say something about Will Smith. He had something on one of those videos where he had like a treadmill theory. He was like, his whole thing is just out working his competition. So he look at life like a treadmill, like no matter what you're gonna get off the treadmill before him. It doesn't matter like how slow he's going, how fast he's going, he's gonna keep going so when you quit, he's still going. So I really just like internalized that. It's just like a real never quick kind of mentality that you gotta have when you really focused on something. You feel me? Right. I like when he said that cuz he was like,

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I don't care if you're smarter than me. I don't care if you're both stronger than me. I'm not getting off that treadmill before you get ready so you don't have to get ready. I'm like, let's go hire yo. Trust me Will Smith. Words are powerful. I mean, his words really slap not just him, like his words That was slick. That was slick right there. I like this. I talk you know what I'm saying? Uh, yeah. But ever since, I'm sorry, Ever since he was young, he was just always had this wisdom and I feel like, it be dope if it would've helped him with his, his lyrical bars. You know what I'm saying? But ain't need to the shit that he. Someone can use a Will Smith quote and get through the day or get through a situation. I'm glad you bought him up, bro. Like, I didn't even know why I have something on the list.

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like, I like Gary V, I like him cuz he's like, Yo, stop the bullshit. But now I'm starting to listen to other dudes like I've been listening to these gym heads. that they just been Are you with you to excuse his motherfucker,

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He was like, you need to tell the bitch and you to shut the fuck up. I was like, God damn. Gosh. That shit I wasn't two. Cause I, I was like, I had just said I run the rains. Nigga said, You being a bitch. I was like, Bet fucking I was over here like, you better for two seconds. Better run. Two, get your ass up right now. That's crazy. we spoke about Speaks. Now I wanted to speak about rapper lyrics. The influence in the culture. Mm-hmm. from my experience, I had the, I wore my clothes backwards. When Chris cross. Jump was jumping right? Me too. Me too. box braids too. At the braids. Yo, everything. That's a fact. I'll tell you, there's a couple man. I'm just trying to remember off the top of my hat. I remember when Jay-Z. Remember when Jay-Z made everybody buy the hat with the cap to the side? Oh my gosh. Yo, I hate every time I see one of those hats, I just hate it. I hate that we wore those things, bro. I had one in every color, bro. I hate it. I hear that song. If you feeling like a is. Oh my gosh, bro. Horrible. I remember yo, this, when Jay shut down, um, Diesel. He's like, These a diesel nigga. This is a I, Oh my gosh. Everybody had a voice. It was bons in high school after that, bro. Trying to get $300 jeans when you 15 is crazy, bro. That's Wow. Cause Home said it. Word. Oh, how about in the eighties? Uh, Adidas. Adidas, they had Adidas word. You know what I'm saying? Run dmc. Shout out to Run dmc. Where my Adidas, That changed everything. Word, man. That that's a, that what happened Hip. Like, I feel like if it wasn't for them, co, you know what I'm saying? Kanye wouldn't have got that big deal. Like they started that. Hell yeah. They like the first rap athletes, you know what I'm saying? You feel me? Aw man. And yo, and we come from New York, man, where bars matter. Like, say that again. Yo, you remember yo, there like for new, for a lot of New Yorkers. When I feel like, to me, when Jay-Z retired, that was the end of like the New York lyrical Cru came right there and no one gave a fuck about what you said anymore. So that left a whole, Yo, I remember you couldn't get away with not being nice. And if you was from the south and you got in like you was ti you know, there was certain groups that got in, but at that time, ain't no laughy Taffy would've been fucking, that shit would've been made. I guarantee you, for not at all 2000 from like 98 to, to 2003, Laughy Taffy would've not made it. I, That's now I New York. Not in New York. Yeah, We, we take our lyrics serious, bro. Like, like when you start robbing, you know, you just can't rhyme without putting a simile in there. Metaphor. You can't just hack cat bat, you know what I'm saying? You gonna be sounding like Dral suits over here. You start yo. Dr. Ses had a float I was reading to my kids. I was like, Oh, you know the story behind Dr. Ses though? Nah, his friend him to write a book only using 50 words. Oh wow. Ladies and gentlemen, Dr. Word. Now I gotta get more credit. That's how I'm trying to challenge him. nigga say, Yo, you can't write a book with 50 words, nigga. I am. I am. Yeah, right. But, um, yeah, yeah. And yo lyrics, right? Gangster music. I'm sure a lot of gangsters, a lot of people with gangs are, is a product of the gangster music. Even though I ain't gonna front me, I love it myself, you know what I'm saying? And a, any type of West Coast, you know what I'm saying? Mm-hmm. angst the shit I rock with. Especially the old school. Especially like that nineties, you, I mean, everything that was made in the nineties was just, that's the golden era. That's the, that's the era. Hell yeah but, it influenced a lot of people thinking that. What's cool, which is like, like, you know, us being in the hood too, right? Like we in the hood, uh, we, we see people like us more playing basketball and ramming. Mm-hmm. So, so we go to where we believe we can go to, Right? Cause think about yo son, you, you know how much a fucking, yo I forgot what manager. It's an investment banker. One of the, No, no, it's a damn one of these investment banking. One of yo son, the ceo. Like if you become not a ceo, so it's a regular, like, it's a job that they make 300 mil, like a year type shit. Like that's a year salary, 300 mil. Wow. Well, I didn't know about that job until I was 36 years old. I would've been banking my ass off. I would've been called, I would've like Yo Morgan, yo word. It's not, it is not even meant for us to know that type of information, you know? Yeah, exactly. You know what I'm saying? But that, that's, that, that's what I'm saying. Like with, with hiphop, you gotta take hiphop and jam with it. the music, the hiphop music that will influence you to do Right. That shit don't last on the radio. Like, it won't, like Kanye, I front Kanye made history with Jesus walks. Like, they'll talk about that. a lot of rappers couldn't have pulled that off Well, no, that's a fact. That's a fact. He said it in the song. So like, know what I'm saying? He is like, you know, like a rapper can rap about anything and stuff for Jesus. That exactly. Last video tape for if a rapper about God, my record won't get played. Word. That's a fact. I think. I think Consequence Helper write that shit. Cause that

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shit was fine.

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Uh, I think it was Ro Fest. Ro Fest. Oh, it probably was Ro Fest. Ro Fest was nice too. Word. That's a fact. damn. So can you, can you recall a, a time, like lyrics or music made you, you know, switch something up all the time? That's all the time for me. Like, I'm a rap artist myself. I grew up listening to mainly hip hop. I ain't gonna lie, like even from a child. Some of it, you know, my grandma tried her best to keep it away. But I would still get to it. Cause my father is like a real avid hip hop fan. So that was his idea, like, of making sure we heard real music. So I grew up listening to like, everything Wutang, Biggie, Smalls, Nas, every mix, tape, every, everything you can think of, You know what I'm saying? So, Lyrics is always influencing how I live, how I move. Even like to this day, you gotta search through to find the good ones. But if you find, find some good ones, they talking about something and, it can influence you to change or at least remind you of something that you might have thought of before. Like, you might have wanna change that in the past, but this rap song, he said something that sparked that in you today. You know what I'm saying? And fuck, now you gonna make that effort, you feel me? Or I, I agree with that man. Cause like with me, music, like me personally, whether it was gangster or it was conscious, I rocked with it. but I will take something from, from all of them, right? So if I heard some g shit, if, if I'm about to go do some G shit or, I need a little, a little bit of confidence, you know, or some I, oh, before I used to podcast, I used to listen to, um, um, fucking, uh, pressure by Jadas

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Oh man, what I'm saying. and speaking of, shit lyrics, Jada kiss, his, his words don't only hit like with the metaphors. The shit he say is so truthful and it's always co. Word. I agree. JD Kiss is probably any given day. I, I would say that's my favorite rapper, definitely in the top three for me. Yeah. You know what I'm saying? Yeah. He's there. I ain't, he's definitely in my top five. My top three is a little, I don't know, man. My top three I know for sure on it is, is Jay-Z. Is Jay-Z and Nas, but I'm also an m and m fan, so that get me. Yeah. Jada's there for sure. Man. Hang on front. I'm gonna be honest, like when I think about it though, cause I, I like em is still nice. It's just, I feel like Emma is acting like he's still, like, he's still starting, like he's still new. I feel like he's so conscious in not losing his lyrical shit that he probably adds too much lyric. I don't know if that's possible, he's a sciences with it now, man. Like he scientists with it, bro. He all the way, like if it's, if rap was a video game, he's the last level, you know what I'm saying? Of the video, yo. You feel me? Oh man. But yeah, man, uh, shit, that's what I'm saying. Yo lyrics change every, yo it can affect everything, from the way you dress the way I, I say, from the way I speak, certain words. I mean, it was more like my brother. When son came out with you heard, french, Montana. I can't even forgot his name. Yeah. But when he came out with, you heard Hmm. I was saying that shit after like every sentence you heard Right. I was the same way with, with Max B was home, everything was wavy, everything was the way, Remember that? Everything was wavy, You feel me? Yo, we still, he's still locked up. Right? Or free Max B, they got free to wave real free max. Yo, yo. He look, his lyrics, he hasn't been out in a minute and, and he's still gotta follow it, which is crazy. Wow. Like, that's what I'm saying, rappers possess of power with they words. That's, that's insane. Where like, well, where I'm with it now with, with my, with my conscious, I can listen to the shit sometime. Like, so, like I can't listen to it as much. Especially like, cuz when you realize what you feed your brain, even if you liked it growing up, if the song's just saying, Bitch this, fuck this, I'm gonna shoot this up. Even though I like it, I can't let that that be the, you know, I, I'd rather hear something like getting. I want to hear that that's fact getting wrong. That shit might, it might help me out if I'm gonna go give a speech or I'm about to go do something I'm afraid of. But, use music and then, and there's words to just uplift you. Like, nah, that's a fact. But I, I would say music back then was a little bit more metaphorical and a little bit more creative. Now I

think

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rapping is a little bit more literal. You, they want things, people want things to be fact based mostly, or at least to sound that way, make you feel like this person is speaking facts. You know what I'm saying? But like, if you really look at classic music, like you can look at them the same way you would look at like a author writing a novel. Like, you gotta get creative. So these people would paint creative pictures. Like, I never really had a problem separating that this person as a artist. And as a kid, of course I didn't know. But once I started rhyming myself, you start realizing like you're in control of everything that you say. So you can actually, if you want to say this same exact thing in a creative way, you can, you just have to find a way to say it. You know what I'm saying? Yeah. So, I started paying attention to that with, you know what I mean? With rappers, like rappers like Biggie, he might not have done every single thing he rap, but the way he's rapping it, he's very theatrical and he's using metaphors, he's using, being descriptive of the atmosphere, everything. You know what I'm saying? So it's like a north of, you feel me? He's

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a great story tellers. Right? So like, like Nas too. Man, I love, I love when Nas breaks some shit down, bro.

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Likes is one of the best

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for real, man. And I ain't gonna front, like I even said like j everybody knows me, like knows Jay-Z's my favorite rapper. But if I would've started listening to j and Nas as a grownup, I probably would've went Nas just cuz of the, the shit he's on is the shit I grew into. I mean, don't get me wrong, Jay. Now, you know, staying on the topic of words, I like Jay words cuz Jay, he pushed shit out that he was gonna do before he did it. Rock wear 80 mil like 18 months. Yeah. 88 mil. Right. certain things he, he, Oh wait, when he was on the song with Biggie, I promise. Well he said, and I told Big, I'll be more tired before I die. Right, That's what I'm saying. There's so you, there's so much life in, in your words, man. Like, you know, even if I gotta bring it to the Bible, God was with the word everything. You know what I'm saying? Like, whether you believe in the universe, I feel like the universe, God, something, a sound had to be made and like, you know, our men mm-hmm. all of that's supposedly like, sounds of God. So, you know what I mean? Like, No, that's a fact. So that's just, I just, I would just wanna showcase the power where, I mean, I'm sure we still at the, we still got something to go, but, so I, I, there's a lot of rappers I know you could go, but out of all of them, which one influenced you the most? Which one made you say yo, like, I'ma start, I must really start rapping and,

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I, well to influence me to start rapping directly, I have to say my brother, cause my brother rap too. When I was, when I was a teenager, my brother was the first person rap. He is rapping. When studios you had to record on a cassette, you feel me? You gotta go to the studio, get a cassette back. So seeing him rap kind of made me believe like, I can do this too. You know what I'm saying? At first I was just making beats and then that transformed into like, alright, let me try this. outside of my brother, I would say the rapper that probably got me I would probably say Fab, Fab Like, I, like I in early two thousands, everything about the way Fab Roed was like, it was like a goal. Like, yo, you wanted to be that type of rapper. Like you wanted to have like that much control. You want to be smooth, but you wanted to be like aggressive and respected at the same time. You feel me? Like, so

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It makes me laugh. Cause when you start rapping, you kind of base yourself. I didn't know somebody told me that. Yo yo, you kind of base yourself. You need like somebody to kind of, mine was fab. Yo, my rap name was precise. Almost had like a flashy, fabulous type name, right? And yo, and you heard that bo that so before, before we started the episode, right? We freestyler, but I spit unwritten. You heard that whole shit about a dudes girl. Well he spit that song with Mike b about,

all the up with texting. I'm talking breakfast now

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um, you know, saying, Damn, the one he, the beat is hard and he just, it's about a, it is about a dudes girl. So Fab used to have those lines like, Yo, I got dude's, girl, whatever. Yeah, that was my image. Like, yo, I'm a smooth girl before I, girl I made a phone one time call. She came with you? Was she leaving with me? she leaving with me. She was love to see. That's your chick. Yeah. But she ain. Yours. Yeah, girl. But she want more

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Um, yo, that's that flow too. 2002. 2003. That's that cadence. I already

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know, bro. My punchlines were catered to like almost yo, In Cassidy. I was like a mix of fa and I didn't even notice there was a lyric sometimes I'm like, yo, I bit, I just changed the lyrics, but I took his whole like, he goes, You better chill before you lose like half of your face. Right. So I was like, I was like, precise, better come correct before you lose like half of your neck.

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Yeah. Uh, Yep. I'm dead. I'm dead. I feel you though. Yo. That that's dope. We gotta, Cassidy is hella influence. You Ca Cassidy is hella for one. I gotta do because

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Word, word. Speaking of the, so there's certain people that like, alright, there's people that influence me, like mostly lyrically, and there's people that influence me lyrically and in real life. And one person that I, I I'm putting into existence cause words are powerful. Right. KRS fucking won.

These two eyes, don't see the past yet. You can see your past and you can see a future.

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I need him on my show one day. Not only to talk about real MCs, but to talk about that talk. Yo, Like he's, bro, the dopest shit I heard him say was, I dropped outta school in eighth grade and now I teach a class in, in Yale. I was like, Oh, that's what I talking about. I can't even be a high school dropout. I grad, I dropped outta eighth grade. He teaches in Yale and this was what he said was dope. So he said, Yo, public libraries are free. And he, he wanted to become something. he said his name was seeking truth, knowledge, seeking something like that. Mm-hmm. So him changing his name to that, he became that. And it's crazy, man, like just the. Words changing your word. This is something called the power of labeling. Mm-hmm. which is used wrong, is used wrong, like on criminals. Which if you, if you heard my episode two weeks ago, system malfunction, I mentioned that. Mm-hmm. But yeah, the power of labeling. If somebody thinks they're a criminal and they can't do nothing more than criminal shit, they will continue to be a criminal. So in this case, he said True, can see not, um, seeking true knowledge. He read so many books. He filled himself with so much information that that's why, that's why you get the car. KRS one that knows so much shit. His wisdom is through the fucking roof. And it all started with him. We all know him as KRS one, but he knew himself as seeking knowledge, some shit like that. But you know what I mean? Like mm-hmm. I'm about to change my name to the fucking hundred million dollar podcast,

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Word, word. I

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be some care shit. Like a real podcaster.

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Gotta be the teacher, bro.

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Talks for

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the soul. It starts with the goals. Man. Gotta have big goals, man.

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Yo, your, your goals gotta make you nervous, cuz if they don't, then that means it's safe. If you're going to make you nervous, that means your sister's too safe. Well, you, you said your, you say I only wanna make a thousand dollars a month, nigga, I'm trying to make a million dollars a month Word. Fuck all that. I'm trying to, like, I'm trying to break that financial, you know, I'm not even gonna put the curse in there. I'm just gonna build financial wealth. Cause I feel like there's no guarantees, man. I just wanna make sure my, my kids are good, man. Like,

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oh, that's a fact.

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Having kids is a whole, is a whole different kind of love. Like, and then speaking of speaking to kids, like the, with kids, your words can either build them or break them. Like that shit is like, it is crazy. I feel like a lot of people that are like, are confident, like from jump, that's their parents in their ear. You a great, you greatest, you're amazing, you're beautiful. What I mean? Right, right. And cause the thing is, when they don't get it from their parents, then you know who those people, cuz they trying to get it from everybody else. You know, everyone, the person that's trying to hang out with everybody or something. Like, you know, when you younger you, you don't notice that you get older, but yeah. That's interesting, right?

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Like, that's real

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shit though. Yeah, man. But, um, yeah, kls one man, not, I, I just saw some freestyle. He just body today though. But, um, Yeah, man. How, how do you, like, do you rock with kl? Reo man? Like, like you ever got to hear one of his, his speeches and shit? Oh yeah. Hell

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yeah. KLS one is, He's the teacher, You know what I'm saying? So like, every time I get a chance to like, hear and speak, I pay attention, you know what I'm saying? But I always, um, I always admired the fact that, uh, he said this like a while ago that he was like, they, they, I think they asked him like, Do you ever feel threatened by new rappers? And he was like, Nah, I don't feel threatened by new rappers. Cuz he is like, every, for every new rapper I gotta ro this and them I'm like, for him being that like, for his age to be like, yo, he's like, he's like, I'm ready for any rapper. I'm like, yo, if he's gotta be ready then I gotta be ready. I can't, I can't be out here acting like I'm ready if I ain't, if I ain't on that type of level. Just that kind of mind frame, that kind of hunger is like admirable, you know what I'm saying? Like Yeah, yeah. Always wanna be that

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hunger, admirable shit. Like it's just showing like he's still haven't lost a dog in him, you know? Right, right. Yeah. I ain't dropping the album, but I'm dropping the verse every day in case you get, unless you get where you at the thought of this shit. You know what I When I think of hiphop, like hip, he should be the hiphop logo, like Deadass.

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That's a fact. Like a, I ain't at that.

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Like, you know what I'm saying? They made J West the fucking NBA logo, he fucking and I, the jerk making Oh man. Oh man. Another rapper. Tupac, bro. Tupac words was like, and I became a Tupac fan mate, cuz I was tight cuz you know, I was a Biggie fan and I ain't like at all. I don't give a fuck about Pac. I was that dude. And then I was like, damn, Pac is good, man. Like Pac, Pac was woke and he was been trying to say, yo, especially when you hit changes, you be like, Damn, we still going through that shit. Cause when I heard, I didn't, I didn't, yo I was that dude that was like, you know, And when I was younger I didn't know. I thought shit was fair. I thought it was like a equal society. I thought that people that just complained was just being lazy. Like, and I was like, no. And then I grew up and I was like, Yo, I this, yo I think, I don't know if I ever told this story, but I was working, Nah, you know what, I'm not gonna tell

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this story. That's a, that's a off air topic. That's a off

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air. Yeah, definitely a off air. But yeah, Pac Man, give me, gimme a, gimme your favorite Pac song right now, Man. Top Pac song that come,

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Hail Mary and um, Pain is a good song. I think that's from the above the Rim soundtrack. Oh, okay. But like, um, he was a great, Yeah, I always, Huh,

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So he was a

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great actor too. Yeah, that's a fact. But I always, as an adult, when I, when I went back and I was listening to that song, it's, it's a simple lyric and he says, um, I'm drinking Hennessy, riding on my enemies. Will I ever see 23 and some or, or, Something like that Something about being the age 23 in so much pain. Yeah. And I was like, damn. It really made me realize like Pac was a, he was mad young bruh. Like Pac didn't get to see like anything, you know what I'm saying? But he all, he so Seesaw so much and that short amount of time he was here. Awful. Yeah. It's like to be, to be that deep. Like, cuz when you really think about it, there's no real like mental health reflection too much inside that era of hip hop. Yeah. And when you think about, that's like a mental health moment right there. Just like realizing like, I mean so much like why I'm in, why am I in this much pain at this age? You feel what I'm saying? Like, I should

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That's what I'm saying. Look, the power of words, like, Pac always mentioned he was going, you know, he was, he mentioned times that he was, he was, he knew he was gonna go early. if you feel like that way, don't say that shit shut. Like, don't even put that shit into existence. Cause big words. I remember they were say, I think my boy was telling me that little King was in the interview like, Oh, Pac always talked about dying. And I was like, and big didn't word ready to die, life after death word. Yo. That's what I'm saying. With, with words, bro. That's how powerful I won't even write a verse to life after death. I would or ready to die. I would, I would change the whole shit. I would change it to ready to live and change the verse. Like that's, that's how, not only so your thoughts scare you, like cuz your thoughts become what you attract. But your words bro, you do not wanna say some shit that you don't want to come forward. That's why you gotta say the shit that you wanna say. Cuz I'm telling you, if, if it is not the biggest exa that's why I stood on hip hop for a minute. Even though like, I know it's self-help and not everybody likes hip hop, but hip hop words are so powerful just because, one, what you listen to the most, you know, repetition is, you know, you become what you do the most, what you think about the most with what you feed your mind. Right. That's a fact. You know what I'm saying? Like rappers have a a, a fucking outlet. They have a way to change soma's laws, you know what I'm saying? For the better and for some they do and some, uh, is different. The commercial rap, the shit that, you know what I mean? Like that, that, that they, that they play in the radio that has no substance. Mm-hmm. that is just, you know, you gotta look like this and you gotta look like that and you not wearing the lady's stuff. Like all that at this age you're like, come on man. But you just see how much. Like how much the higher up know, right? That we get this person on the radio saying the same shit, We're gonna promote this type of, you know, it's gonna promote they shit. Like they, you know what I'm saying? I just hate that they know the power words. Like they know the power of psychology and Yeah, it's used the wrong way when they could be like, Yo, bro, if Jay-Z says, I don't know if Jay-Z still got that power, but a lot of us that that fuck with him. If he be like, Yo, I'm done with this. Like when he body, when he said, Yo, y'all done with Auto Tunes Somebody was like, Yo, um, can you delete the auto tune tracks I got in the back? Yeah. Yeah. Jay said it's over. Yeah. if people that influence the masses the most say something, they have so much, but I also know it's politics and they can't cause, if me, you and four of us are billionaires, right? We can, we can end world hunger, but you, you, yo, it's illegal to catch brain water. I didn't even know that, but to stay on track. I'm saying, I'm trying, I'm gonna cut a lot of the stuff out. I'm trying not to be or something. shit, you know, you know, you know what I'm talking about bro. No, really know. and you got, you know, you got rope, uh, you got most def yeah, most def man, most. Shit. Yo, most of you, most of us is also some Google shit. I remember they asking some question on Drink Champs. He was like, his answer was like, I am. I Nor was like, Oh

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shit,

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yo, that's me saying no, I'm my for yo. What, what's his name? Yo Simbe now, right?

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Yasim Bay. Yeah. Yasim.

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I didn't even know, I saw, I've been so out the loop. I didn't even know he went to, I guess that's his real name. yeah, he changed his name and all. Yeah. I didn't even know. I'm like, damn. Like, yo, But he's so, you know, he's so cool like that. You ain't even smooth. alright, so now, so we still speaking about the power of where I hope it's kicking in. Like, damn, how much power of words possess, poetry is my world, or spoken word, whatever you want to call it. the way I, you know how I started writing poetry? How's that? I used to give my boy to write me poetry for the shorties, right? In high. Since she used to work, but One day, one day he was like, Yo, you write that shit. And I was like, I'm gonna try it I wrote it. I wrote it and yeah, I had, I had shorty like in a day or two, I was just with her in the hallway. I was like, then I wrote a, a, a poem to my assistant principal and I ain't get in trouble. I ain't get in trouble for the rest of the year. Oh, it was called Sexy Assistant Principal. Yo, got out. Fish Rodriguez. Love you.

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Yo, that's crazy.

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But, but who, when I didn't know what poetry was until I was in school and they mentioned Langston Hughes. I don't know if y'all been, I don't know. I think like that's the first part that like, that they bring up when you were in there, right? Yeah. during this, but song was nice, like being older and to find out not only did he write, poetry, like he also, novels, plays grips. talented. Cool. That's a fact. do you fuck with poetry? you fuck with?

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Yeah. Uh, I mean, um, it's not something that I would say I actively seek out a lot, of course, you know, before I, before I started robbing, I would write poems, you know what I'm saying? Like, first, like starting as like, you know, school exercises, but when you first start putting your rhymes together, it's like a poem. Cuz you don't really know how to structure bars or count them or anything like that, you know what I'm saying? So, yeah, I used to love, uh, Def Jam poetry when they had that. I was really mad when they like cut that serious. I felt like that was like a really good like, platform. Like, like you would see a lot of, um, deep people up there. not even to bring up Kanye get mad, even like on his first album, The poem, um, never let you down. Like, Oh yeah, stuff like that is like push

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the thought of Alexis. That was a fire.

Here's so long that it looked like weave and she cut it all off. Now she looked like Eve and she be dealing with some issues that you can't

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He just, Yeah. Like, yeah bro. Like I respect it. It's an art that I don't really feel like I'm that good at when it really comes to like, Being like a writer. Like, I feel like it really takes like some, a different kind of creativity to put that together. You know what I'm saying? Let me show

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you the power of words. You're right. But if you would've said, Yo, if I wanted to write some poetry shit, I can make it happen. You know what I mean? Like, that's, that's how powerful it is. Like no, definitely any is your wishes, my command. That's what I'm saying. Like, bro, the bars you spit, you can spit some Kanye op spoken word shit, and they'll be fire. I'm like confident. I'm still, I still wanna do that, man. I feel like I'm not, I feel like I haven't completed my, my poetry. Like I'm not, I'm, I still consider myself a poet, but I'm not official until I either write a book or hit a poetry slam. And I, I ain't gonna, I've been my final sas, bro. Let me tell you about my final SAS I get excited to write them and I try not to, bro, My final SAS are supposed to be like poetic but not rhyme. And for some reason this year all I hear is, Well, that's all I'm hearing. So I'm like, damn. So, so when I'm, I'm sitting there writing a final say, I'm like, Damn, It's in my head. I'm hearing a beat. Like, I, I can't explain that. I never, this never happened to me. And my thing is, I don't like putting words together just to match. I do the, I'll do the opposite usually on the,

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you feel me? Oh,

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Nah. But like, honestly, like when I, we used to rap, I remember putting lines together just cause I can just to keep, just to be able to keep the punch lines, you know what I'm talking about. You know what you write? Mm-hmm. and you and they be like, damn, it's either I'm gonna use the flow or the punchline gonna hit right here. One of them. It can't be both. Sometimes it just can't be both. I would just, Nah, that's a fact. I would take the punch line cause the cast bro cast was, had me cast and Fab had me but I wanted to mention Maya Angelo. I don't know man. I used to just love just to hear her speak.

I am grateful. To be happy in lab and to be loud to now. And to be able to nap. 'cause that liberates love liberates.

ray:

Like she had so much, she had like, Like, I don't know, like if I met her in another life, or I don't know her words, Cause they said words have vibrations. Right? And her words would just, I feel like they would connect to my soul. Man, you, you read some of her poetry or the things that she said. Um, wow. Yo and, and so gifted bro, yo, she was part of like the writing behind a lot of shit that was out for like 50 years. My, and she was part of something. Some type of show, some type of play. and it makes me think, I'm like, Yo, I can write poetry. I can write a book. I can write a play. That's how I'm, If I can write a poem, I can write a play, I can write a, I can write anything. Right? Right.

perf:

Is going right.

ray:

Writers is going right. Yeah. I ain't gonna find that. I love the podcast. I wanna also add author to my shit. Like I really, it's hard writing a book, bro. But, the book is like, I feel like when you drop a book, you dead ass

perf:

Yeah. Yeah. That's some work. That's some work.

ray:

Bad ass. when I think about books, I think about like poor dad, rich dads. Mm-hmm. first of all, I feel like when you serious about making bread, that's when you read that book until you not serious about making bread. If you haven't read that book, Wow. Or, or at least put it on your list. Like, all right, I'm gonna get into it cuz you, It's crazy cuz the words there like, Right, You see poor dad, Rich dad, all right, what the fuck is he talking about? And his poor dad told him, Go to school, follow the regular route. His rich dad told him, Nah, this dude's out here getting money. Cause they weren't about uss not liabilities. Right? Like what? That shit opens a whole new world. Cause I'm, we're talking consumerism from early. You do good. You get this, you go this, you get this, something happens, you buy this, you feel better when you got, when you got fresh, you feel better. So of course the first thing you wanna do is get the money. But what the rich know is that if they have assets, their assets can pay for their liabilities. And they don't teach that in school. They don't teach that in the hood.

perf:

So it's in the hood, we're taught not even cut. Not even cut you off. That's so interesting you said that. But in the hood, I feel like we taught that certain liabilities are assets Exactly. Like where we grow up thinking like, like leasing a car or renting an apartment is an asset. Yeah. But it's really, it is not. You know what I'm saying? So

ray:

it's like, it's really, its crazy. Really. Liability and, and even thinking about, Right. All the dudes that like, I'm like, Dude's worrying about getting numbers like on their body count. And I'm like, Yo, I would've been worrying about getting my numbers up on this bride. Like, yo, I'm telling you bro, think about that. You knew what you knew now at 21 by the time you were where you at now it's real estate. It's all these things. But now you do know and you want to, like right now you wanna put it out there, You gonna use your words, You wanna look out for 50 year old, you, right? Right. Because to me, 26 year old RA didn't look out for 36 year old ra. I didn't,

perf:

yo, we always feel like you got Tom. Yeah, that's the problem. You always feel like you got Tom.

ray:

Yeah. And to be honest, man, anxiety and depression comes from either living in the past or living in the future. But when you live in the present and do what you gotta do, now you see why you went through your past and then you be able to really visualize your future. Cause being present and taking care of what you gotta take of now is so in the seeds is, is planting them shits, Is is building a foundation. So when, you know what I'm saying? When it all comes together, you see why, and you see how, and I feel like it starts from right now, not tomorrow. Yesterday's yesterday. We don't even know if it really existed. They could have put all our memories in today and we could have thought we had yesterday

perf:

word. You know what I'm saying? Word. That's a fact. yeah. Can't live in the past.

ray:

Can't live in the past. Hell no. but yeah, man, authors, they're on porn to the culture and son, there's dudes dropping knowledge that, you know, the more of us read this shit and put it in, in front of, you know, all people we can join. You know what I'm saying? They can't, you know what I mean? Can't stop that. They can't stop that knowledge. I

perf:

just spread that information. I just spread that information.

ray:

Is there any book you suggest to anybody right now?

perf:

If you're into fashion and you, uh, either yeah, you wanna start a clothing brand or something like that. I really, I suggest to Dapper Dan biography. it's a really, it's a really good book, just learning. especially if you're from New York, you're into street where you, that type of brand you're into just learning the different transitions that, um, he went through how to meet his demand, you know what I'm saying? Like the man went to Africa like this, started from a trip in Africa, you know what I'm saying? He met a, um, a tailor and came back. he sold fur coats and then seeing one person with a Louis Vu tart bag, and it just changed everything for him, you know what I'm saying? He started researching how to get the leather. He used to actually took, back in the days they used to give you shopping bags. Louis Vut used to give you shopping bags to walk around the store to buy items. Mm-hmm. what he used to do is that he used to go to the Louis Vuitton store and buy all of the shopping bags cuz that was the cheapest thing inside of the store. And he would take those, take the fabric and then make clothes out of 'em. That's crazy. So just learning like his hustle, like how to work with what you have, work with what's out there, you know what I'm saying? Like he just has a really interesting journey, you know what I'm saying? So I think that's a good read for anybody that's trying to get into the street wear game.

ray:

and uh, you have your own clothing line.

perf:

That's a fact. Fly

ray:

poison. I think it's dope, man. You have a real unique, design and like you, I feel like you bring the culture out, On, on your clothes. Thank

perf:

you, bro. Thank you. I appreciate that.

ray:

Appreciate that Earlier. Check out the website, it'll be on the zone nose as well. how did that stop you? When did that idea come about?

perf:

Well the clothing line idea, it was something else I used to call it just to kill. It was an idea I came up with around 2013, 14. at first I was just making, I made a few logos on Photoshop. I went to the lid store, got them to put the logo inside of the hat machine. It was getting fitters made, little things like that. And, um, I was using, um, something called Uber Prints, uh, website where you can design t-shirts and hoodies and stuff like that. And I was, um, just ordering 'em for myself and my friends. And, I did a photo shoot one day. I did a photo shoot with the items oh yeah, I also had my grandmother. My grandmother was a seamstress. So this is, that's what got me into clothing. Like I've been into clothing since I was a kid. Like my grandmother would sew everything, all kinds of clothes, clothes, curtains, bedsheets. She sold everything at home, you know what I'm saying? But in 2013, I got, I started taking it serious again. The dress to kill thing kind of fell through cause um, I was having some health problems at the time, so my finances got kind of low. I couldn't really fund it the way I wanted to. Yeah, yeah. But, um, when I got back to WeWork, I was, um, you know, continuing to make little designs on my own. And they actually, I got to WeWork around, I think I was like 2018 or something like that. They had a T-shirt design contest. They asked me, one of my managers asked me to enter, and it was, um, like a WeWork T-shirt design, contest. It involved everybody in it, Tri state. I competed in that contest and won. So once I won the contest, I was like, All right, Like the way people responded, like, you know, a lot of, if you, if anybody's familiar with WeWork, they used to use a, a program named Slack. So you almost had access to like the whole company at your fingertips. So when I used to put the pictures on Slack, I was getting like hundreds of like, engagements, likes and comments and all that kind of stuff like that. People all over the country telling me that it was good, I should keep going. from that point I just, oh shit, I started from scratch. I was like, All right, I gotta find out what I gotta do to do this over and do it myself. So I went, um, bought a heat press, a simple printer, the homemade way, started getting more familiar with vinyls, went and bought a, a crafting cutter cricket. After that. I was like off to the races. I made my first, collection, probably like summer 2019 or something like that, or spring 2019, or I think around summertime. And again, where we worked that used to give you access to conference rooms all over the city for free. As long as you work there. Yeah, I do that. I used to run out the conference rooms, do popup shops. I did around three popup shops. it worked, It would help me build like a little reputation. It helped me build, um, the confidence in doing it. just to try the tribulations, seeing what works, seeing what doesn't work, trying to appeal to different kind of people. I just kept it going from there. The pandemic happened, everything got slow, started selling mass, got went crazy, next summer came around, I started doing these shorts, these basketball shorts, and they start going crazy. So I just been keeping going, just putting out different collections, seeing what works, seeing what doesn't work. It's a passion thing. So I don't mind spending and like money and time on it, honestly.

ray:

And that's, that's fire man. And yeah, like, I, like I said, like I mentioned earlier, the, the designs is different and you could tell like, I don't know, you got like that, that designer touch, like I can't compare you to anything else. So I can imagine, you know what I'm saying? The more you optimize the business and scale it up keep bringing those designs, it's only a matter of time,

perf:

man. Thank you bro. I appreciate that man. I you wearing, you wearing the night your shirt right now. You know what I'm saying? So Brooklyn, you know what I'm saying? I appreciate that. What up

ray:

Yeah, we lost to the Astros. Fuck y'all

perf:

Facts. You got rep, you gotta rap. Yeah, man. Got a rap bro.

ray:

We're gonna have the clothing line and the show notes. yeah man, I want him to share, you know, his story, um, he's on his entrepre shit. Mm-hmm. be dope. when his, his, uh, line blow up and he was like, Yo, I spoke about it first hand. Yo,

perf:

That's a fact, bro. That's a fact,

ray:

bro. Words don't powerful, man. Yo, this episode gotta have so much, like I said this, I said this, and then, you know, keep the focus on it so we can do another episode in the future. Like I'm talking about, you know, two, three years. Like, yo, look, everything we spoke about I said should blow up. I said when I'm the, when I'm finding checks, like million, you know, a hundred million dollars or like, uh, Gilia and, and so I always forget his name.

perf:

Hell yeah, bro. We gonna be doing business together, man. You already know. Oh yeah. Hell yeah. Hell yeah, man.

ray:

I'm all over the place. Yo. The podcast, um, I'm the podcaster, the editor, the market. The researcher. I got like 10 fucking jobs right now. Yo.

perf:

Yo. You gotta wear all the hats, bro. Starting the business, right? Tough bro. You gotta wear all the hats. People don't understand that. A lot of people don't understand that.

ray:

Yeah. If, if it don't make you, if you not wearing all the hats in the beginning, then that means you started with a lot of money and you knew about the outsourcing shit. But I can't wait. So I can outsource my videos that all I can, all I have to do is podcasts. I can't wait for that.

perf:

Yo, I feel you. I say the same thing bro.

ray:

Like, you know what I mean? So I can like really enjoy like, Right. You want to work like more time you have, the more time you have for creativity. I gotta catch my creativity on the run. Cause I, I always got something to do. But like I'm talking about when I'm watching tv, I know in the back of my mind you like, Yo, you gotta finish that episode. Like fuck word. but yeah man, to get back on the words, to wrap it up, words shape all reality. You say positive shit, you gotta give us some time. And not everything's gonna be positive, but the more positive you talk, the more positive you think. I, I feel like it's a thing where it goes like seven out of 10 times you're gonna get it. that's not bad. Cuz if you talk negative, you're gonna get it too. It's gonna just be luck to me. You know what I mean? Like you just. You, you just rolling the dice instead of Right. You know, like, um, like I saw this video, he's like, yo, people are praying wrong. They're like, begging God, or like, Nah, command that shit. It's yours. Like, it's a big world and everybody's on they Right. You know what I'm saying? And you gotta call it out. Say it, be it, live it. You know what I'm saying? Your words make you who you are. Right. Like, like, like certain, like words tell you all you need to know about a person. They can tell you if they're confident. It if they're brave, I can't even speak to somebody and could tell that they're not organized. Mm-hmm. Just cause I'm not that organized. So I'm like, Yo, you talking like me? Dope.

perf:

word. Picking up the cues, man.

ray:

you know, there's certain people like, they don't like that you are who you hang out with, Right? if you hang out with friends that just talk about the same shit, like, don't get me wrong, I'm not saying stop hanging out with them. I'm just saying like, what if you feeling good, mighty, and then someone just brings you. To how, like something like how you used to be or how you, or before you evolved. Right. Cause you know, it's not, not, not all of us learn our lesson at the same time or getting enlightened at the same time. So, you know what I mean? I feel like it's up to you to kind of try to, but it's only so much you can do. But if you like, I don't wanna talk about bullshit. You know what I mean? Like, I don't wanna talk about how we can't do it or we didn't do it, or we had the chance of what coulda should have. I don't wanna talk about what, what coulda should have just done. I wanna talk about what could we do right now? What can you do to not have this conversation no more. What could we do to have this conversation in Jamaica? Or, you know what I'm saying? We can meet somewhere cause we we Boston in the sixth. You know what I mean? Like, fuck you talking

perf:

That's a fact. That's a fact. You need people in that same wavelength, man. Cause people that sound on that same wavelength, they, they tend to feel like distractions. You know what I'm saying? Mm-hmm. from that focus. So it's good to be with like-minded individuals, people that really, Yeah. About the same shit that you on, even if it's not the same exact thing, but still on that path of focus. So y'all can relate some way, you know what I'm saying?

ray:

Cause to keep it a buck, it take a different kind of person. Entrepreneurship is harder than a. It's, it's the most uncertain thing that you can ever do, right?

perf:

Bruh? Tell me about it.

ray:

Well, you know, for a great reward, it doesn't come without risk. It doesn't come without sacrifice. That's true. And as I'm saying, it's very true. These words, picture these words, you see that word? Sacrifice, risk, reward, accomplishment, challenge, overachiever. I'm looking for that word, right? Like, you know the world when you beat the fucking fine defiance, perseverance, relentless What I mean word unfuck. I won't even like unstoppable cuz it got stoppable in it. Like, I like that avalanche. Avalanche takes everything in this path where I gotta stop listening to this guy. What's his name? Something Koji. This he be getting, he be like, That's all you gonna say, motherfucker. That's all you

perf:

got. But

ray:

not. But the truth is, from everything we spoke about, your words, choose your faith. you ever hear, you ever hear of a self-fulfilling prophylactic? Nah, I got that. I got that for the George Lopez show. It's self-fulfilling prophecy. Mm. Think about that. I hope this doesn't happen. I hope this doesn't happen. And it happens. Self-fulfilling prophecy. So, you know, be careful what you saying. Act like your words. Think about if your wish was my command, right? Was life. So if you say, like, if you wake up and like, Oh, I'm gonna have a, I'm gonna have a bad fucking day. Guess what? Life's gonna be like, ah, your wish is my command. Oh, life city, your wish is my command. Right. So, literally the, the same energy it takes to be negative to switch it. And I'm, I'm talking from Experie bro. Like, I almost ended the podcast. I almost changed the name I went through. I go through something like, cuz it's, it's not where like I was having a conversation and I was asked about my numbers and when I did the math I was like, yo, I need to reconsider if I'm gonna keep going. Like it, it did one of those things. But I was like, not that I would reconsider if I was gonna quit the podcast, just how I was gonna do it. Mm-hmm. like, I'm thinking about, I've been thinking about changing the name or like mixing up more. Cause you see this season I went all over the. But what I notice, niches are in the riches, right? And that's how you get return customers or return people because they know they can counter you with this one thing. And the more they count you on that one thing, the more they know that, cuz you think about it, right? If you go to a doctor that he specializes in next, and then you got a doctor that's all over the place, he's good at this, he good at that, I'm gonna go to the, the specialist. has one thing to focus on, right? I feel like that's why the niches and the riches make sense to me now. You know what I mean? So now I'm gonna try to switch it up a little bit, but that's what it is. You wanna quit. I feel like if you don't wanna quit, you don't, you not working hard enough,

perf:

Nah, that's a fact. But that, that, that's, that's a part of it. You know what I'm saying? Analyzing that data, going back to the drawing board and just seeing what you can probably do differently to like hit your target audience. You know what I'm saying? Like, it's tough, bro. Like it, it is tough. I have the same struggles. Know what I'm saying? But

ray:

entrepreneur life, man. what are things we could do right to use the power to advantage of, of the word, right. I think first and foremost the most important thing is your self. It's important how you talk to yourself. Not that you crazy, but the thoughts in your head of what you can do and what you're capable of should always be on what you want it to be, not what you think over somebody else says. You know what I mean? So,

perf:

I agree. I agree.

ray:

How's

perf:

yourself talk, man? Shit man. I try to look myself in the mirror every day and just say something positive. Like every day we get up and uh, we just keep going. Sometimes you just gotta get up, look yourself in the mirror and say something positive. Look yourself in the eyes, like keep saying it until you can see the truth in your eyes, you know what I'm saying? Like, and try to fill yourself with those kind of words too. Fill yourself with words like that, that's similar. So don't try to, There's nothing wrong with, you know, putting a little bit of BS in Saudi, your mental, but for the most part, like you said, try to keep a good mental health diet where you try to feed yourself positive things, feed yourself things, people saying similar things that you want to hear, and you go out and, you know, say your own version of those things and try to make that become reality. You know what I'm saying? That's a

ray:

fact, man. It's all about vibrations, man. Like vibrations affect everything. So when you putting that out there, like yo, you know, you that dude, or you can accomplish that or you can accomplish that. You just, you sending it to the higher power, whatever it is that got us all connected. and it is crazy cuz all religion or, or any other type of thing, it just gives it a different name, right? To, you know, to religion. It's God, it's a spiritual higher power, science negative, positive, right? To, I forgot what, but then there's good and this bad, right? Mm-hmm. you just gotta be responsible for focus on the good, the badest part of you. Right? We, we all the, the ying and the yang, we are balance. Ain't nobody, ain't nobody here perfect. Ain't nobody trying to be perfect cuz perfection is just leads you to disappointment because the best shit happens sometimes outta mistakes out of the risk we take. So, Right.

perf:

Somebody told me, I put this in my rhyme too. perfection is enemy or the good, you know what I'm saying? Cause they always, there's nothing wrong being good at something. Everybody always strive to be perfect. Yeah. But it's pretty good to be good at something like if you're just good at something. So it's like striving to be perfect and kind of like take you away. From just being good. Or you might not even realize that you're, you're just good at something. You're not even appreciating that because you're trying to be perfect. You know what I'm saying? So I like that line. Perfectionist, enemy of

ray:

the good That's fine. It may. Yeah. Cuz it might make you, you're good. That's better than a lot of, you know, other people's best. you won't see it cuz you think it's not good enough cuz you're comparing it to the un uncomparable. Right?

perf:

Right.

ray:

affirmations, since your mind doesn't know the difference between fantasy and reality, might as well just keep saying, you know, have, you know, have your shit written. Now when, for me, when kl rest confirmed an affirmation, like when he, he had a saying that, he says that you say to yourself whenever you feel a certain way, but you think about it, man, the only reason you don't feel like it work is because you told yourself consistently that it didn't. So flip the switch, it does work. Wow. You are great. You are amazing. Think about that. Like, if you tell yourself you're amazing a hundred times a day, bro. But like, but like the second, third week you going to. You gonna wake up feeling like Mary Poppins? Dude, you go nigga. You gonna be flying dude. You like, oh

perf:

shit. Word. Yeah, the bro, you gotta yourself up, you feel me? Gotta yourself up.

ray:

Affirmations, look into them. Let those words define you. Don't, and don't put like example, if you wanna quit smoking, don't put, quit smoking. Put, I wanna live a healthy life. Don't put, I just want money. No, I wanna be a billionaire. Fuck that. Fuck a fuck a millionaire, bro. Inflation is inflation. Don't care about nobody. So I'm even Fort Billy. Be, and I'm not trying to be no Billionaire Boys' Club a boy. I'm not trying to be no Billionaire Boys Club. I'm a grown ass man. Men's Club

perf:

you know what I'm saying?

ray:

Gonna have some, you know, men's club festivity, you know what I'm saying? You just, you know, just sex I'm just playing. I just playing babe. I be playing

perf:

for the adults

ray:

Yeah, man. And then I think, one dope shit is having your own personal mission statement. I read about it in the Seven Habits, it identifies who you are or your team, what your purposes are, and what you aiming to accomplish. Mm-hmm. So if you have something that like, you know what I mean? Like, like one is like, yo, no matter what, you know what I'm saying? I strive, um, my podcast is the best out. You know, like I, I mean, I'm trying to freestyle it right now, but it's who you are, what you aim to do, you, you read it out loud every day. And there's certain companies that you probably didn't even notice that have it. Um, like Jet JetBlue has one, A lot of companies. Apple, not only like, I think Jet Blue is like not only being in touch in the sky, but with humanity, some shit. So I hope y'all got the point about, you know, the things you could do. It's a lot, it's just a lot of reinforcement and repetition, man. But, if my was listening to this right now and they're like, yo perf saying that shit. I want to hear his, how he spit? I want to hear how he wrapped. I wanted to buy his clothes. Cause Ray shirt is fire and the color looks pretty good on him. You know what I'm saying? That's what my girl tells me. back in the dayAnd. I gotta chill

perf:

out man.

ray:

you about to get that text, but yeah. so tell 'em where they can find you website when the album dropping.

perf:

you already know you can find me on ig. My IG is the real Perth peche. my clothing line IG is fly underscore poison. The link is in a bio for the website for both of those. The link is in a bio,, album on the way it's gonna come out, um, next month. It's called the JavaScript. Be on the lookout for that. My EP is already out html, that's everywhere. Spotify, Apple Music, everything like that. Figure it out. All bangers. Yo. Good looking, good looking bro. Hell yeah. I can't wait for you to hear this new shit man. But yeah, gonna follow me man. The real Perpe. Oh yeah. Perpetually on TikTok too. I'm on TikTok all the time now. I'm trying to make that a really good habit of mine. It's kind of fun. Yeah, I found the fun in it. Yeah,

ray:

it's too, I'm trying to get into it, man. But yeah, man, make sure you check him out, man. like I said, you gonna see him. I've been following him since he started the the line and I've just been seeing it evolve and get better. So like, no pun intended, but I can't wait to see what he got in store.

perf:

Ah, Yo. Thank you bro. Thank you bro. Appreciate it man. And yo, thank you for having me on the show, man. Like this is lit, bro. I remember, I remember you telling me this was a idea, man. You came a long way from an idea, you feel me? I know,

ray:

man. And the words put into existence as you can see, man. And we, we made this classic. and I wanna thank you, man. Like I said it in the show, man, you, you're one of the, the supporters that, that keep me going. And I, I did an episode early and I told them, I said, You wanna know something crazy? You wanna know, like, besides the guests that I have on my show that I don't know the only people that make it to the show. Cause right now you're co-hosted with me pretty much. Mm-hmm. So the people that I have co hosting is, uh, who is who I feel support me the most. That even though your name might not be on the show, you part of the show, you feel what I'm saying? Word. That's a fact. Yeah. Cuz if it wasn't for like, Yo, keep going. Yo, yo, this episode was fire. Like, sometimes in the beginning you need just at least I'm sorry, you, you could be on solo, but just sometimes one person, telling you something that you ain't here that whole day can make a whole difference. You know what I mean? So I wanna thank you for that, man. And

perf:

you already know, man,

ray:

actually the heart. Yeah man. Appreciate and I seeing you hustle. Seeing you, you know what I mean? Go turn it from an idea where I remember seeing the emails where you was gonna be on Slack, that you was gonna be on the shop to see you. Now, where you at with it now and you growing it and well, sky's the limit man. I I see you being, uh, you know what I mean? You could be an entrepreneur clothing line with a following. Millions of people. Cause that's what you wanna do. You don't really want to be the record label dude. You want to get your old follow and just drop like right. Like Fatboy. I don't like his songs like that, but he, people buy his shit cuz they, he has a follower, you know what I mean? Even though that he flew up, you saw the song that he flew that shows Yeah man. Keep doing your thing. We support you in the Raymundo show. Like I said, you part of the family, you part of the support squad.

perf:

Oh day

ray:

bro. Of course, of course. Keep doing your thing. And like, again, I want you on this, I want, I want the episode I want us to be on next time is, yo, the show we spoke about, it

perf:

happened. Word, words, Shit gonna look like Aen. We gonna do shit in

ray:

Brooklyn. We gonna find a studio in Brooklyn. Hell yeah. Aen. Yo It's funny you said Aen is my more yo to be a talk show host Aen, bro. Like word, you know what I'm saying? Monto I go for, I gotta throw Richard Bay in there. Richard Bay was wilding back in the thing. That's what, Yeah man. Yeah man. Like I said, wish you the best in everything man. And, and

perf:

yo, same here man. I appreciate it bro. Anything you need from me, you already know man. Just hit me up. We link up man. You already. Damn

ray:

man. We got, we gotta smoke a split. You on the bli yo.

perf:

Anytime. Anytime. You know that

ray:

a little, a little freestyle, you

perf:

know what I mean? Word or anytime man time,

ray:

man, I won't catch you off guard next time. That's what I'll be doing. Like when, if I know you ride yo, I be like, yo, I'll put the beat on. Like, let's go

perf:

word. And, and its, it's crazy cause I, I got some, I wrote to that beat but I just don't even remember it and I didn't even wanna like, come on, it probably threw you off. Right. Yeah. Like I love that beat though. That's my shit. I always wanted

ray:

to rap off that beat, bro. So it was like, ah, why not?

perf:

Hell yeah. Hell yeah, bro. This shit was lit, bro.

ray:

Definitely. I appreciate you being on the show back till next time.

perf:

All right bro. Peace out y'all.

Choose your words wisely. What you say is contagious. Words that an Isley brothers. Even when you cystocele. The stutter you send a vibration. you still can't see it. Come on. Be use your imagination. Just picture yourself in a situation. Where you no longer tripping, but now your life is a vacation. And how you feel was way past the sky, like a space station. And there's never a problem. Getting the latest PlayStation. Hey, Hey. Whereas say reality, gotta be cautious who you let in your circle. Hurt people don't realize. That it's in their nature to hurt you. Patience is a virtue. Whereas become things, but usually. It starts off on how you think. Like your Instagram app, your brain got a filter, so you can focus on the things that will help heal your soul. Mine only, you know what happiness looks like. You're the one that chooses the design. Metaphysical Keep that in mind. Next time you want some negative shit, speak, power, speak greatness. C'mon young blood talk. That It's amazing how you can have a sentence that could make you go from Bailey show went up to perfect attendance. I got to fake it till you make it. So you no longer pretending. And even if you will champ, you never stop consenting. Chill. Finished the show. I like to thank y'all for joining me. On another episode, whether this is your first time. Or another time. I appreciate you. I like the thing perf Peshy for coming through when. Blessing us with his knowledge. And wisdom. He had a lot of dope shit to say. he's definitely tapping into his greatness. And using his words. To get where he wants to be in life. we should all do the same, man. Watch what you say? Because God, the universe. They always listening. So. May show you talk about what you want. And don't say nothing about what you don't like is that simple. But so next time, peace. Love. Window out

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