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Video: Mazzi – Walking Blog #8

Dedicated to Shakir Stewart.


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39 Responses to “Video: Mazzi – Walking Blog #8”

  1. Beezy Says:

    Max B is definitely the most influential black man in history.

    OWWWWWWWWW

  2. SNORT_SNORTcrazy88SINCE88 Says:

    SNORT_SNORTcrazy88SINCE88 Says:

    November 3rd, 2008 at 10:37 am
    http://www.tinyurl.com/Puff-Strikes-Again
    SMH @ The L.O.X.

  3. b-ease Says:

    b-ease Says:

    November 3rd, 2008 at 10:45 am
    that’s not necessarily what influential means… just because someone influences me doesn’t mean i wanna be like that person…

    ^^
    Exactly. Pap, your definition seems to be who’s the most popular or well known.

  4. SNORT_SNORTcrazy88SINCE88 Says:

    Dedicated to: http://www.TheWave.com/Ooow

  5. Mr. Papagiorgio Says:

    that’s not necessarily what influential means… just because someone influences me doesn’t mean i wanna be like that person…

    but if thats what you mean by it.. yeah. Obama up there.

    ^^
    maybe not 100%, but if someone influences you, technically there’s an aspect of his personality that you wanna emulate.

    to some degree.

  6. CiCi The Intern Says:

    # icon (trillbert arenas) Says:
    November 3rd, 2008 at 10:45 am

    Didn’t Kanye say that he was “like Marcus Garvey meets Bob Marley” in that “Glory” jawn…nigga, please….
    ^^^^

    SMH!

  7. the watcherz Says:

    the key word is INFLUENTIAL. that means people are looking up to him and saying “i wanna be like that man when i get older”

    ^^^

    that’s not necessarily what influential means… just because someone influences me doesn’t mean i wanna be like that person…

    but if thats what you mean by it.. yeah. Obama up there.

    ^^
    influences changes over the yearz it’s suppose to….i remember i wanted to be jordan…now lil kids dont wanna be him they wanna be like Soulja Boy and yung berg and give alil girls the bizness and superman those lil whores lol

  8. Beezy Says:

    @ CiCi…did you go the parade?

  9. RIGZ Says:

    but if you ask a random nigga on the block “yo, what do you think about garvey’s back to africa movement”, they’re gonna give you the blankest of stares. . .

    c’mon, you know by now that not everyone’s educated. . . and garvey’s the type of figure that “accidentally” slips through the high school history curriculum.

    ^^

    Yeah, but you said INFLUENCE alie?

    Without Garvey, there would be no:

    Rastafarians
    Rosa Parks
    MLK
    Huey
    Bobby Seale
    Panthers
    Mandela
    Malcolm
    NOI
    Farrakhan
    Malachi York
    Bob Marley
    Red Black & Green flag

  10. b-ease Says:

    b-ease Says:

    November 3rd, 2008 at 10:43 am
    the key word is INFLUENTIAL. that means people are looking up to him and saying “i wanna be like that man when i get older”

    so, with that being said. . . 75% of people probably don’t know who marcus garvey and carter g. woodson are, and while tubman was important, nobody wants to be like her.

    ^^
    That wasnt the defintion of influential I was using. I was thinking about in terms of influence in terms of how one made social change and how one changed the way we as a people see ourselves. Most people may not know who Carter G. Woodson is, but they know black history month and all that it entails. Many people may not know who Garvey is, but they know black pride and that we are African natives. I don’t think influence has to do with who wants to be like you, it’s about what you effect. And the people I listed have had more effect on America than Obama at this point.

  11. green eyes Says:

    # icon (trillbert arenas) Says:
    November 3rd, 2008 at 10:45 am

    Didn’t Kanye say that he was “like Marcus Garvey meets Bob Marley” in that “Glory” jawn…nigga, please….

    ^ still better than beyonce doing for you what martin did for the people

  12. Mr. Papagiorgio Says:

    ^^
    Exactly. Pap, your definition seems to be who’s the most popular or well known.

    ^^
    the “most influential” means you gotta be well known.

    you can’t be the most influential if only known by like 14 people.

    here, lemme give you an example:

    I could argue that nahright is the most influential hip hop blog b/c of it’s traffic. since it has a lot of traffic, it’s successful, so people who start hip hop blogs will take elements of nahright and try to use them to emulate it’s success.

    does that make sense? i might have a case of the monday morning rambles. . .

  13. CiCi The Intern Says:

    # Beezy Says:
    November 3rd, 2008 at 10:48 am

    @ CiCi…did you go the parade?
    ^^^^

    Nah, I slept through it.

  14. M-Lito aka Ghost Says:

    Michelle wants to be my friend? See more pictures?

    *clicks ad twice*

  15. Beezy Says:

    LF: Has anyone given THR33 RINGZ a good listen yet? I downloaded but haven’t gotten a chance.

  16. M-Lito aka Ghost Says:

    Beezy Says:

    November 3rd, 2008 at 10:52 am
    LF: Has anyone given THR33 RINGZ a good listen yet? I downloaded but haven’t gotten a chance.

    ^
    *died*

  17. Beezy Says:

    CiCi The Intern Says:

    November 3rd, 2008 at 10:51 am
    # Beezy Says:
    November 3rd, 2008 at 10:48 am

    @ CiCi…did you go the parade?
    ^^^^

    Nah, I slept through it.

    >>Damn, shit was bananas. I was like front row @ Broad & Pine.

    We were hitting blunts right on Broad St. It was the culmination of my existence as a human being.

  18. the watcherz Says:

    Beezy Says:

    November 3rd, 2008 at 10:52 am
    LF: Has anyone given THR33 RINGZ a good listen yet? I downloaded but haven’t gotten a chance.
    ^^
    that dropped???

  19. sleep Says:

    Jay_7 is more influential than rosa parks. The old lady was just gully and wanted a seat

  20. Beezy Says:

    LF: Has anyone given THR33 RINGZ a good listen yet? I downloaded but haven’t gotten a chance.
    ^^
    that dropped???

    >Dropped/leaked…same diff. Yes.

  21. cOLD Says:

    spalding glove > walking blog

  22. Mr. Papagiorgio Says:

    I don’t think influence has to do with who wants to be like you, it’s about what you effect.

    ^^
    i overstand your point, my good scholar.

    but let me rephrase my idea. i think obama is top 5 b/c he’s shown that you can go against all odds and succeed in a historically racist system.

    although we can’t put a number on his influence like rigz did with garvey, we can say that he’s definitely changed the course of american history. . . from the inside. [ll]

  23. b-ease Says:

    I could argue that nahright is the most influential hip hop blog b/c of it’s traffic. since it has a lot of traffic, it’s successful, so people who start hip hop blogs will take elements of nahright and try to use them to emulate it’s success.

    ^^
    Popular and influential are not mutually exclusive, true, but they are also not attached to the hip. Master Ace isnt popular but where would Eminem (the most popular rapper) be without his influence? There was a 60’s rock group called Cream that influenced created the sound the Beatles and Hendrix would run with. But most people have never heard of them either.

  24. SNORT_SNORTcrazy88SINCE88 Says:

    GREENY! WOOOOOOOOO!

  25. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    sleep Says:

    November 3rd, 2008 at 10:54 am
    Jay_7 is more influential than rosa parks. The old lady was just gully and wanted a seat

    ***SMH…nigga, didn’t you say you don’t have a car? Rosa Parks directly influences your quality of life every day….

  26. sleep Says:

    If obama wins he’s top 5. If he’s a good prez mlk got competition for the throne

  27. green eyes Says:

    # Mr. Papagiorgio Says:
    November 3rd, 2008 at 10:55 am

    I don’t think influence has to do with who wants to be like you, it’s about what you effect.

    ^^
    i overstand your point, my good scholar.

    but let me rephrase my idea. i think obama is top 5 b/c he’s shown that you can go against all odds and succeed in a historically racist system.

    although we can’t put a number on his influence like rigz did with garvey, we can say that he’s definitely changed the course of american history. . . from the inside. [ll]

    ^ you also cant define history as its unfolding. true influence cannot be judged in the moment

    cooooooooooooold

  28. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    There was a 60’s rock group called Cream that influenced created the sound the Beatles and Hendrix would run with. But most people have never heard of them either.

    ***Wait, but wasn’t that Eric Clapton’s band, though?

  29. b-ease Says:

    sleep Says:

    November 3rd, 2008 at 10:54 am
    Jay_7 is more influential than rosa parks. The old lady was just gully and wanted a seat

    ^^
    LOL, but seriously her refusal to get up was an orchestrated plan by the local chapter of the NAACP. She was essentially vetted to get the position. That was organized protest, not a tired cranky woman.

  30. M-Lito aka Ghost Says:

    icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    November 3rd, 2008 at 10:56 am
    sleep Says:

    November 3rd, 2008 at 10:54 am
    Jay_7 is more influential than rosa parks. The old lady was just gully and wanted a seat

    ***SMH…nigga, didn’t you say you don’t have a car? Rosa Parks directly influences your quality of life every day….

    ^
    *left*

  31. green eyes Says:

    # SNORT_SNORTcrazy88SINCE88 Says:
    November 3rd, 2008 at 10:55 am

    GREENY! WOOOOOOOOO!

    ^ Hi crazy!!!

  32. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    ^ you also cant define history as its unfolding. true influence cannot be judged in the moment

    ***Why not, though? By the time events actually become history, per se, they’ve become whitewashed and neatly packaged for public consumption…

  33. b-ease Says:

    we can say that he’s definitely changed the course of american history. . .

    ^^
    If he wins. Like I said before, if he loses, he just becomes a footnote. I’m praying that doesnt happen of course, but still…

  34. sleep Says:

    Jay-z»rosa

  35. Mr. Papagiorgio Says:

    >>Damn, shit was bananas. I was like front row @ Broad & Pine.

    We were hitting blunts right on Broad St. It was the culmination of my existence as a human being.

    damn beezy, i wish you were on facebook!

    my man made a video about that shit. . . him and my other nigga went downtown to the festivities and it was poppin!

    cici, if you get a chance, check that jawn out on my page. . .

  36. cOLD Says:

    cooooooooooooold

    ^ sup green.

  37. THE-XFACTA Says:

    *Daps all males present*

    *Hugs all the ladies*

    *Kisses Greenies hand softly while bowing out of respect*

  38. TUMER Says:

    There was a 60’s rock group called Cream that influenced created the sound the Beatles and Hendrix would run with. But most people have never heard of them either.
    ^^^
    Nah B-ease check your facts Cream didn’t come before the beatles/Hendrix. Clapton was in the yardbirds and Bluesbreakers before he ran off with ginger rodgers and J Bruce, took shitloads of smack/acid and became cream and they came well after the Beatles. Hendrix first album came out the year after theirs. WTF you mean people have never heard of them “white room” “sunshine of your lovefuck, CREAM was huge.
    Besides who really influenced Hendrix, Clapton and the fuckin Beatles/stones were the blues artists. Robert Johnson, Wolf, Muddy Waters etc

  39. BigBankSupastar Says:

    R.I.P. SHAKIR STEWART

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