Wednesday, April 24, 2013
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Item Type: Tablet PC
Tablet Data Capacity: 4GB
Network Communication: Wifi,External 3G
Screen Size: 7"
Extend Port: DC Jack,Earphone Jack,TF card,USB
Processor Manufacture: All Winner
Touch Screen Type: Capacitive Screen
Processor Main Frequency: Single Core
Feature: G Sensor,Phone Call,Dual Cameras
Memory Capacity: 512MB
Operating System: Android 4.0
Display resolution: 800x480
Model Number: A13 2g
Processor Model: a13
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Network Communication: WIFI
Product Description 2013 New 7inch 2G Phone Call Dual Camera Android 4.0
Allwinner A13 512MB Ram 4gb Rom Tablet Pc
With Sim Card Slot
Main Features: 7" 800x480px 5 point-touch Capacitive Screen
512MB RAM / 4GB Nand Flash
Support 2G Phone Call,GSM 850/900/1800/1900
Built in WIFI / Dual Cameras / G-Sensor
AllWinner A13 1.0GbHz
7 inch Capacitive Touch Screen LCD 16:9 ,800x480
Nand Flash - 4GB FLASH
Shell Material - Plastic
2G Phone Call
Build-in 2G GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz3G
Not built in - Extend Card
Support TF card up to 16GB - Camera
Dual Camera, Front 0.3Megapixels / Back 1.3Megapixels
Gravity Sensor - Yes
5 points touch
Flash - Support
Android Market -Yes
Youtube - Yes
Music - MP3/WMA/WAV/APE/AAC/FLAC/OGG
TXT, PDF, RTF, FB2.etc
Yes - WIFI
802.11 b/g/nGPS - No
Earphone Interface - 3.5mm
Power Adaptor - 5V / 2.5 jack
Battery - 3000MAh
Language - English ,Spanish ,Italian ,French,Portuguese,Rusian,Germany ,Turkey, Japanese, Korean, Chinese, etc.
Other Applications - Office, Browser, Gallery, Clock, Calculator, Calendar, Taskiller, Gmail
Extend Port - USB2.0,Mini USB,DC In,Earphone Jack,TF Card Slot
CPU - AllWinner A13 1.0GbHz
LCD - 7 inch Capacitive Touch Screen LCD 16:9 ,800x480
Operation System - ANDROID 4.0.3
RAM - 512MB DDR3
Nand Flash - 4GB FLASH
Shell Material - Plastic
2G Phone Call - Build-in 2G GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz
3G - Not built in
Extend Card - Support TF card up to 16GB
Camera - Dual Camera, Front 0.3Megapixels / Back 1.3Megapixels
Gravity Sensor - Yes
Multi-Touch -Yes, 5 points touch
Flash - Support
Android Market - Yes
Youtube - Yes
Video - AVI(H.264,DIVX,DIVX,XVID),rm,rmvb,MKV(H.264,DIVX,DIVX,XVID)WMV,MOV,MP4(H.264,MPEG,DIVX,XVID)DAT(VCD),VOB(DVD),PMP,MPEG,MPG,FLV(H.263,H.264)ASF,TS,TP,3GP,MPG
Music - MP3/WMA/WAV/APE/AAC/FLAC/OGG
Ebook -TXT, PDF, RTF, FB2.etc
WIFI - 802.11 b/g/n
GPS - No
Earphone Interface - 3.5mm
Power Adaptor - 5V / 2.5 jack
Battery - 3000MAh
Language - English ,Spanish ,Italian ,French,Portuguese, Rusian,Germany ,Turkey, Japanese, Korean, Chinese, etc.
Office, Browser, Gallery, Clock, Calculator, Calendar, Taskiller, Gmail Extend Port
USB2.0,Mini USB,DC In,Earphone Jack,TF Card Slot
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Item Type:Tablet PC
Tablet Data Capacity:8GB
Extend Port: DC Jack,Earphone Jack,HDMI,Mini USB,TF card,USB
Touch Screen Type:Capacitive Screen
Processor Main Frequency:Single Core
Feature:Multi Touch,G Sensor,Phone Call
Operating System:Android 4.0
Processor Model:Allwinner A10
Type:7 inch capacitive touch screen
Phone call:2g & 3g
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Monday, April 1, 2013
Why did your father choose a controversial lifestyle?
It was because he was too honest about his way of life. He liked women and he did not hide it. He liked to smoke marijuana and he did it in the open. Many people like women but they do it secretly. There are so many brothels all around the world but Fela never patronised them, many people go there to pay for s**x.
You will be shocked to know the number of people that smoke marijuana in Nigeria and all over the world. I hope you know that some countries are legalising the smoking of marijuana now. He was truthful about his way of life while many of us are hypocritical about ours. Many people were envious that he was too honest and bold and that was why there were so many controversies about his life.
Most of his friends who are highly-placed admire women even girls young enough to be their daughters. They leave their matrimonial homes to meet them secretly. Some of them hide in hotels to do what they cannot do in the open. Many of them smoke but they are not brave enough to say they smoke. All the call girls you see on Allen Avenue, who picks them? Fela never did.
How was he able to manage his many wives?
It was very stressful for him. Do not forget that he divorced all of them. They were not faithful to him. When he decided to marry them, he did so for a reason. He said they had been with him in difficult times. They endured police harassment and beating. But they never left. Though they were very loyal to him, they still had a bad image in the public because people were calling them prostitutes.
He felt that the best way to protect them was to marry them. They became Fela’s queens, so the society had to respect them. I believe he loved them and he was already sleeping with them before he married them. It was not really a big deal to anybody that knew them. For instance, my mother knew this was happening so it was not a hidden thing. The big deal was how he was able to convince the 27 of them to marry him same day.
Did Fela talk you into music?
He did not influence me as such. I always knew I would go into music. It was just a question of how and when. He was however a big motivation in my life because every child wants to be like his or her father. The son of a plumber will want to be like his father, especially if he is learning the trade early. If the son loves the father, he will want to emulate him. I am not a different son. I love my father and wanted to do what he was doing. The only question hanging over that ambition was whether I could fulfil that ambition perfectly.
How did he punish any of his children who misbehaved?
He beat us. In fact, I was the one who got the most beating in the house when we were young.
Can you remember things you did that made him beat you?
I stole my mother’s £1 to buy chewing gum one day. You can imagine how many wraps of chewing gum that money would buy. They were not less than 100. My friend convinced me to go and steal the money but we were caught while chewing the gum. When my father asked me where I got the money from, I was speechless. I was still thinking of what to say when he started beating me with his hand. He then warned me never to steal again.
He also beat me when he caught me with cigarette in 1969. My mother used to smoke and he saw me put the cigarette in my mouth. I did not really smoke the cigarette because it was not lit, I only put it in my mouth but it angered him when he saw what I did. He beat me again and warned me not to touch cigarette again.
Why do you think it has been difficult to replicate Fela’s style of music?
It is so because the foundation of the band was truthful. He was not pretentious. He really believed in what he was saying. Despite all the police harassment, he was not moved. Many people would have gone to seek political asylum in another country but Fela did not do that. He had so many opportunities outside Nigeria and he would have taken advantage of them to run away from his enemies. These are the things that every generation admires in him.
What are those things you imbibed from your father?
I may not be able to mention them. In the way I deal with people, I am very truthful. If I say I am going to do something, I would do it. But I am more of my mother than my father. My elder sister has more of my father than I do. I am more of a practical person. If I plan to do something, I will think of the consequences. My father would never weigh any decision before executing it. If he planned to go to Dodan Barracks, he would just go there. As for me, I make plans before I do anything. My father would not write a Will. But because I know that I could get killed, I had written my Will a long ago.
I know that in a divorce case, my wife could claim one third of my property, so I would not go into wedlock. The most important thing to me right now are my children. Now, I will not play to the gallery. I will not say because people love me, they must come first before my family. Who are my family? My children of course. So, whether you love me or not, I will let you know that my children come before you, take it or leave it. I live this way because I learnt from my father’s life, the decisions he took and the consequences. When you learn from someone, you don’t have to do what he did. Fela did what he did for his own reasons. I cannot criticise why he did what he did.
Also, we must remember the stardom. Nobody was as big as my father. He had over 100 people around him daily when he became a star. I cannot live like that because I don’t want too many people around me. I saw what people did to him. It was too much. I can keep the Afrika Shrine open to everybody but not my house.
If you come to my home, you will only see me, my kids and may be my girlfriend. Sometimes, my friends visit but I don’t keep a crowd around for any reason, my father did. I like women but I saw the harassment he went through with 27 wives. It is not that I don’t want 27 wives but I know what will happen because of what happened to my father. I can’t tell a woman that I will be faithful in our relationship. That was part of the problem of my marriage. I cannot be faithful. I will not lie about that. It is not that I cannot be faithful, but I cannot start my relationship by saying I am going to be faithful till death do us part. There are possibilities that if another woman comes and I like her, I cannot give the assurance that I will not have an affair with her. I have no intention whatsoever to bring all of them under one roof. My intention now is to cater for my children and do my job to the best of my ability.
Did Fela have any special food?
He ate any food. He liked cakes and ice cream too. I don’t like cakes. I can eat ice cream and chocolate once in a while but my father loved them all. If somebody is celebrating and there is a cake, I can take a little piece not to offend my host. My father could die for cakes. If you visited him and looked inside his refrigerator, you would see lots of cake in it.
Your father did not hide his hatred for western medicine. Is it the same with you?
I grew up not liking tablets too. I grew up to be a traditionalist like my dad. But I later realised that there are too many fake traditional medicine in our society. The government must understand that many of these herbs are claiming the lives of our people. We must ask ourselves which of the herbs has been scientifically proven to cure malaria and the ailment they claim to cure. I once had malaria and I drank herbs but I was not cured. I felt very uncomfortable. I will not say that herb does not work because Africa believes in it. It is a fact that we did survive before orthodox medicine came.
There was African traditional medicine, but where is it today? Everywhere, you will see people hawking herbs, saying it work for this and that. People buy them and mix with hot drinks. Really, when you are mixing alcohol with herbs, you are damaging your liver. While you think you are curing one thing, if it does work, you are damaging another thing in your body. Until we have concrete fact to say something works for the body, we will be deceiving ourselves.
Why do you think Fela hated former President Olusegun Obasanjo?
Olusegun Obasanjo was a bad leader. He did not do well for Nigeria. He ruled this country three times but has nothing to show for it. They called the soldiers that burnt Kalakuta Republic and killed my grandmother unknown soldiers. The Federal Government is yet to apologise for their action against the Kuti family. Whether they like it or not, Fela was one of the biggest stars from Africa. As the days go by, people are beginning to understand the importance of his music. The Lagos State Government is building a museum in his honour. The family does not have that kind of money to build a museum. It is not the governor’s money but the state government money. But the governor took the decision on behalf of the people.
Another museum is also being built Ogun State. Governors are beginning to understand that Kuti’s name cannot be swept under the carpet. The family has done so much for Nigeria and the world. Many people are playing afrobeat style of music today because Fela invented it. Some people are saying he did not start it. But the question is: Who started it and stood firm using the music creatively? Fela stood for many great things and his contribution to the society cannot be pushed aside.
Did he have time to take the family out for leisure?
In 1967, I remember that he took us to Onikan swimming pool and also Federal Palace Hotel. That was the first and last outing for fun with us. He always made it clear that he was not a conventional father. He did not want us to go to school not because he did not like education, but because he believed that education was colonial. He believed that it was structured to show that Europe is supreme and Africa is not good. Even when he took me out of school in my fourth year in secondary school, I had acquired vast knowledge about the outside world through the books I read at home. I was known as a professor in the Kalakuta Republic. I read books such as Blackman and Walter Rodney’s How Europe Underdeveloped Africa. I read so much that I even found there was a Pharaoh Kuti in Egypt. I wondered if this Egyptian Pharaoh Kuti was in any way related to the Kuti family in Nigeria. My father said we are probably related.
Which school were you attending before Fela made that decision?
I was studying at Baptist Academy and he withdrew me from there when Obasanjo deployed soldiers to the school. I later went to Igbobi College and spent a year. He advised me to leave the school in form four. Many believed I would become a nonentity because of his action. There was disagreement within the family, my mother was against it, but my dad stood his ground. She wondered why my dad took me out of school when he went to one of the best schools in the UK.
She also said since he did not teach me music how then would I be great in life? My father told her not to worry that I would be great. I was not happy too and did not speak to him for six years. He told me that he was confident that I would be great. I did not know what he saw in me. The day my album, Wonder Wonder, became popular and I was becoming a household name in Nigeria, he called our family members and told them that the same boy he withdrew from school had become a successful musician.
At that time, it was only my father and King Sunny Ade that were travelling abroad frequently for musical concerts. But I suddenly started travelling abroad more than the two of them because I was becoming known more outside the country.
Will I do the same for my son? No. He will get a good education. I will let him understand street life which I grew up to know so that he will have a feel of it, but he must be formally educated.
Where were you when soldiers invaded Kalakuta Republic?
I was coming back from the school when I saw the soldiers. They wanted to arrest me. But I managed to escape through a place called Alagbole behind Kalakuta. I ran and went to pick my younger sister at Mary Magdalene Primary School. We then crossed over the railway and went home.
Is there anything you miss about Fela?
I miss his being a grandfather. I think he would have been a fantastic grandfather. He had already been showing the signs with my sister’s daughter and my son. He died in 1997 and my son was born in 1995. I know that what he was not able to do for us, he would have done for our children if he were still alive.
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Wednesday, March 27, 2013
Ngozi Okojo Iweala, Kayode Fayemi, Adams Oshimole & others lead the conversation at The Future Awards Symposium for Young and Emerging Leaders
The Central Working Committee of The Future Awards has announced the speakers for the 2nd edition of The Nigeria Symposium for Young & Emerging Leaders. The event holds from April 5 - 7 at the Ikogosi Warm Springs Resort, Ekiti hosted by the State Government.
The committee has also announced the theme for this year's event - Project 2015: The Character of Our Involvement.
"The theme is crucial as young people define the nature of their engagement as we countdown to the 2015 General Elections," said 'Yemi Adamolekun, who is Executive Director of EnoughisEnough Nigeria, partners for the event. "2015 is barely 2 years away, and politicians, civil society organisations, the media and citizens need to identify their activeroles within the process. We are glad to partner with The Future Project."
The Cost of Involvement: Why Your Generation Must Get Involved
Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, Minister of Finance/Coordinating Minister of the Economy
It's over to you guys: A New Generation Must Take Responsibility
H. E. Olusegun Obasanjo, Former President of Nigeria
Getting Your Hands Dirty: A Practical Guide to Political Participation
Dr. Kayode Fayemi, Executive Governor of Ekiti
Dr. Emmanuel Uduaghan, Executive Governor of Delta
Rt. Hon. Rotimi Amaechi, Executive Governor of Rivers
Adams Oshiomhole, Executive Governor of Edo
Olusegun Mimiko, Executive Governor of Ondo
Mallam Bolaji Abdullahi, Minister of Sports/Chairman of the National Sports Commission
Mallam Nasir el-Rufai, Former Minister of the FCT
Abdulmumuni Jibril, Chairman, House Committee on Finance
Tonye Cole, Executive Director, Sahara Group
This is Our Stand: Outlining the Steps for Engagement
Olusegun Dada (Y! Politico columnist)
Ohimai Godwin Amaize (Y! Politico columnist)
Michael Orodare (Y! Politico columnist)
Atom Lim (Y! Politico columnist)
Ife Adebayo (Y! Politico columnist)
Lai Labode (Y! Politico columnist)
Salihu Tanko-Yakasai (Y! Politico columnist)
Akintunde Oyebode (Y! FrontPage columnist)
Temie Giwa (Y! FrontPage columnist)
Japheth Omojuwa (Y! FrontPage columnist)
"We're encouraged by the excitement that young people across the country have expressed towards thisevent and look forward to Ekiti," said Chude Jideonwo, Executive Director of The Future Project. "This will be the event that formally kicks off the process of setting the agenda for young people in the 2015 elections, and it is important to get all sides into one room and chart a course for this generation. We are excited to be leading that."
The Nigeria Symposium for Young & Emerging Leaders, a platform leading from The Future Awards, is the next stage of its involvement in building a new generation of leaders to engage the nation's governance and economy through knowledge exchange and building of networks. Registration for the 2013 event ended on 22 March, 2013.
The 2013 edition is presented by The Future Project, in partnership with EnoughisEnough Nigeria. It is sponsored by Etisalat and First Bank, with support from Paradigm Initiative Nigeria and the Nigeria Leadership Initiative.
at 8:23 AM
Saturday, March 16, 2013
Sources at the hospital tell us Wayne is still in critical condition in the ICU ... but stabilizing. We're told the prognosis is uncertain. Wayne is sleeping right now ... which is odd, because he just tweeted saying he's OK and thanking people for the prayers and love.
Wayne's mother is currently on a plane flying to Los Angeles -- and we're told all major decisions about Wayne's health (including the decision to discontinue life support) will not be made until she arrives. Lil Wayne is in ICU in critical condition after suffering yet another seizure, and we're told it doesn't look good ... TMZ has learned.
We broke the story ... the 30-year-old rapper was rushed to Cedars-Sinai Hospital in L.A. Tuesday night after suffering multiple seizures. He was released Wednesday but just hours later one of his bodyguards found him in his room, on the floor and unconscious.
Wayne was rushed to the hospital again, but this time he did not stabilize. He was taken to ICU, where he was placed in restraints because he was shaking uncontrollably.
We're told Wayne is currently "unstable," and has been placed in an induced coma. He is breathing through tubes.
We're told several people are at Wayne's bedside crying, and a number of rap artists and family members are on the way. Sources say the scene is violent as Wayne shakes uncontrollably.
Sources say there's evidence Wayne went on a Sizzurp binge after being released Wednesday, because doctors found high amounts of codeine in his system.
We're told Wanye's stomach was pumped 3 times to flush the drugs from his system. Lil Wayne's Young Money label mate Drake rolled into the hospital where Weezy was in critical condition late Friday night.
Paps snapped shots of Drake walking with his head down in the Cedars Sinai Medical Center parking lot around 8:50PM ... just around the end of visiting hours.
TMZ broke the story ... Wayne's been in and out of Cedars this week -- getting treatment for multiple seizures -- and wound up in ICU afte
Drake didn't say anything about Wayne's condition as he made his way to his car. Our sources tell us although he's stable and slowly improving ... docs are still watching him closely.
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Saturday, March 2, 2013
Check out Weezy’s response
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Friday, January 18, 2013
Few months after pop star and father of six, 2face Idibia proposed to her long time sweet heart and mother of One, Annie Macaulay and also a secret unification at a Lagos registry, things seems to be looking up good for their final and coming wedding.
However, there are speculations that the ladies men might chose next February 14 for his wedding. Date and location cannot be confirmed as at press time. But news from Annie’s spokes person, Naomi Adenuga, which was released over the weekend says details of the wedding is still under wraps. “The wedding would be as elaborate as it would be confortable for the couple. So far, the public knew they have done a court wedding and at the appropriate time, the public will know when the wedding proper will take place. We will send invites to the necessary people and everybody will know when the time comes”. She concludes.
Since the news of the wedding has filters into the air, we gathered that the other baby mama of the pop star is not happy about the turn of things including his hidden mistress. A sources close the pop star says “He has been receiving several calls of late from the parents of his baby mama which has been affecting the singer. He is just trying to be a man and has kept it to himself but we that are always around him knows because we see these calls and even sometimes it comes with a private number and we pick most times before passing it to him”.
However, 2face has since defended his actions of picking Annie over others. ‘It is a known fact that Annie is his first lover and has endured with him even when he was flinging around with other girls’. The pop star mother replied our text message on Sunday 12th January, 2013 after several calls where placed to her without any response.
Pero Adeniyi, mother of two who has been quit and relocated to the Unites States of America several years ago was said to have over the weekend threatened that the singer cannot use and dumped her for another woman. He has also threatened court actions against the intending father of six if he goes ahead with the wedding.
When we called Mr. Idibia, his aides who picked our call and refuse to mention his name say’s “You people can write whatever you want to write, he doesn’t care anymore”.
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Shortly after popular national news paper, The Punch Newspaper over the weekend came up with an interview with trendy actress interview Toyin Aimaku where she spoke about her relationship with a younger actor, Adeniyi Johnson, we gathered that the family of Mr. Adeniyi Johnson has threatened to disown the young actor if he does not quite the relationship which they tagged a show of shame.
Sources in the know who hinted us as the event started unfolding in the afternoon of that same day says the Father of the young actor had bought the news paper and read through and upon discovering it was the same lady they have had of and warn the actor to do away with severally. The father decided to place a call to summon the actor who was said to have gone to see a fellow actor somewhere in Ikeja. Our sources says the father and mother did told the young actor point blank that they will have nothing to do with him again if he does not do away with his lover girl.
Investigation unveils that Adeniyi Johnson, 26, is a drop out of The Polytechnic Ibadan in 2009 and had lived all his life in Ikotun area of Lagos. The young actor first hit screens in the movie titled “Motaka Osi Danu” produced by Lakun Ayinde, the current production manager of wale Adenuga productions who was also said to have discovered him. He had worked for several years for FAD Production before he was thrown out of the company for incompetency.
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Monday, January 7, 2013
Here are some of the very best explanations:
Most Sexual Explanation: Sean Price, “BBQ Sauce”
“But the father do floss/ I make your mom suck my dick with barbecue sauce”
Sean P suggests one way we can all make our sex lives more interesting. Get aroused?…
Best Particle Physics Nerd Fest: Jean Grae, “Kill Screen aka Steve Wiebe”
“I wanna teach particle physics business/ Just as a better business class, syllabus rise up”
Ms. Greasy is one of our finest verified artists. She has a knack for being smart, funny and at times like these, for totally geeking out on us. Get schooled here…
Most surprising tear-jerking: Schoolboy Q, “Blessed”
“Man I got so much shit up on my plate dawg”
We’re all used to funny Groovy Q we usually see in interviews or breaking down Hiii Power and clowning Soul at the same time, but this was a rare serious moment for the self-proclaimed lover of ‘weed and brews’. We asked Q about one of his most honest, serious tracks and ended up with an RG exclusive. Grab tissues and watch…
“And I see orange stars, green clovers, and blue diamonds”
Even if you knew what Suga Free was referencing you probably couldn’t also infer the pimp lesson or nutritional facts MURS lays down here. All that and a great visual of Lucky Charms(the best Cereal of all time). No wonder he’s our ultimate genius…
Best No Bull Shit break down: Ab-Soul, “Cut from a different Cloth”
“When? Before the apocalypse”
More often than not you need RG to even begin to understand the many layers in a Soulo lyric. And us usually when Soul takes the time to break things down, he ends up just asking more questions of us. But in this particular case, Soul gives us the cold hard truth with no sugar coating. Be enlightened here…
Most creative use of RG webcam time: Action Bronson
“Never mention all the crime I been a part of”
Bronsolini rarely breaks down his existing bars on the site in the traditional sense, but that doesn’t mean he doesn’t have something to say. In fact, during hurricane Sandy in NYC, Action got on the webcam and dropped a new verse. Check it out…
Most Inspirational: Ne-Yo, “Let me love you”
“Girl let me love you/ And I will love you/ Until you learn to love yourself”
Ne-Yo was not only our first verified R&B singer, but he was also our most uplifting explanations as well. The soulful singer used his space on RG to bring a positive message to women. Be uplifted…
Dopest throwback story of all time: Nas, “No Introduction”
“Remember talking to Biggie inside his Lex truck/ he said stay fly even when you’re bummy…”
The Nasfather of RG as we like to call him, has dropped some incredible explanations across his entire discography this year, but we chose one very special explanation from his new album, Life if Good. It’s a rare occasion anymore that we get an insider’s story about the late, great Biggie Smalls, and what could be better than Nas the Don himself reminiscing about his fellow legendary emcee? Relive history here…
Most interesting producer breakdown: Hot Sugar, “Sleep”
Here at RG we recently started verifying producers and giving them the credit they deserved on all their songs. One of the funniest of these is of course Hot Sugar. If you check his profile you’ll see that he’s mostly broken down Limp Bizkit and Kid Rock lyrics. However, he does have a few serious explanations, one of which quietly describes his work with The Roots on this great track. Turn up your volume here…
Most philosophical: Robert Greene, “Name Me King”
“It’s sunset, this is Sun Tzu (War!)”
The brilliant author Robert Greene utilizes his account to teach the masses. This explanation shows the education we intend to distribute with every verified explanation. He gets into what seems like an essay, describing the meaning on Sun Tzu, and collectively mind-bombing readers.
Most Bawse Story: Peter Rosenberg, “Rosenberg Skit”
Peter Rosenberg from Hot 97 even got an account this year! Some RG old-heads got together to discuss some of his work with him and this is what ensued…
STEEZ’s explanations are a true testament to his undeniably unique mind and ideas. He was a quiet dude, but had deeper ideas, and was short yet efficient and symbolistic with what he said. This particular breakdown showcases both his individuality and the notion that many of his bars are entirely his alone. RIP King STEELO. Peep the magic…
That concludes Rap Genius' 12 best lines of 2012! Did you guys find anything in your time reading explanations? Did we leave any great ones off the list? Let us know in the comments below, let 2013 be even better
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