he aint gone make it… its like wanting to be a cop, but not wanting to pack a blicky
> a rap nigga i know of & his handlers believe that if a nigga do video cameos, put on airs in the club in VIP w/bitches n bottles, pays for radio spins & keeps producing visual media for TV/internet, he doesn’t have to do live shows to grow a fan base.
is this really how it is nowadays? is the street buzz so obsolete that a nigga could relocate & pull this off?
^ grass roots support is vital to any fledging rap career. I mean an online presence is cool, but you need to engage via live show to really get niggas to champion your cause and go out and garner support.
an online presence is cool, but you need to engage via live show to really get niggas to champion your cause and go out and garner support.
> i’ve been tryna explain this to my niggas handling rap dudes moves. they claim dude doesn’t do shows because of local niggas hatin & not wanting that beef. smh.
this nigga…lol, had a millisecond cameo in juicy j video & went in promoting that shit on twitter. he be paying for rap features from niggas like gunplay on his tracks & in turn gunplay got him a starring role in his next video.
i shook my head @ rap dudes/my peoples.
if your own hood don’t support you how strong can a rap nigga career be?