Japhia Life Pushes New Album “The Profit” Back!!!

Dear Lifers,

I hate to be the bearer of bad news, put we are pushing my new album TH€ PROFIT back until November 4th. The reason for this push back is in regard to the level of promotion, or lack there of, prior to the release of this new album. As of now, there has only been one video released, “The Black Out”, that came out a week ago, and some the Blogs and websites that we sent it to haven’t even posted it yet. Many of you know the album was scheduled to drop next Tuesday September 23rd, which means there would be one video released, and only two weeks prior to the album release. I would never short change myself, my fans, or the potential impact of this album by doing that. It’s just very unwise from a business standpoint. I know that many of you will be disappointed, and some of you may think I should still put it out, but that’s your job as a diehard supporter of the music to think that way. On the other hand, it’s my job to think critically and make the best executive business decisions surrounding the release of my album. We have to build A Lot more awareness about this album if we want it to make an impact in the marketplace, and I need your help! What I need for all of you to do is post the album cover, post the pre order link when it’s made available, inform your friends and followers about this album and why you’re excited about its release. Let people know why you have been a supporter of Japhia Life and Arms Out Entertainment, and most of all, Buy The Album! Pre orders are VERY important because all pre orders count towards “first week sales”. I hear a lot of people saying they feel that my brand should be bigger, but when I see them in traffic and I have the pleasure of shaking their hand and having a conversation, they tell me they don’t have any of my albums. If you really believe my music can compete with the other HipHop artists that are putting out successful albums you have to support. That is the only way that it will make an impact in the marketplace. This “Lifers” movement has to be felt in HipHop and in entertainment as a whole. And more importantly, you have to support the music if you want more albums to be made. Back in the 80’s when Def Jam was started, they released an album from an artist, and they made another album with that artist based on the return the label made on that artist’s initial album. If the artist’s first album didn’t do well they didn’t have the money to make another album with that artist. It was just that simple. That being said, you have to think of Arms Out like Def Jam in their early days. Def Jam wouldn’t be what they are now if people didn’t support those first albums that they put out back in the 80’s that took them from being an indie label, to now being a major imprint in HipHop culture. Likewise with me.. If I’m not album to make a significant return on my music I can’t make another album. I’m not signed to a major record label. Everything that you see from me whether it be a music video or a new album, it all comes out of my own pocket, which actually isn’t a bad thing. It’s just that as an indie recording artist you have to have the support of the people who enjoy your music if they want you to be able to make MORE music. It’s really time for us to make a real statement like I know that we can. I hear so many people talking about how they feel that my music can be just as big as any other artists music, and I agree, but I really don’t see a lot of people supporting. Don’t get me wrong, I know a lot of you do support this movement because you feel like you’re apart of it, and your are. You support it because you feel like it represents what you want to see happen in HipHop culture, and it does. But a lot of people say they support, but I just see them standing along the sidelines like spectators. You have to get involved if you really want this to music and movement to work, and we want you involved. I honestly believe that we can make a statement with the release of this new album. There is no reason I can think of why this album can’t be the #1 album on iTunes, Amazon, etc when it’s released. Do you believe that can happen? Because I believe that! And the reason I believe it is because it’s not that hard to do that when you have a very strong fan base like I do. There is no reason that all of my album can’t go to #1. We just have to prove that they can, and I will always spend my own money upfront and do my part as a thriving indie artist. It’s really of the utmost importance that we all mobilize in regard to the release of this record. On my end, I will be releasing more visuals and hitting the road pretty hard in the approaching weeks, so you may see me and some of my guys out in the streets during the A3C Festival in Atlanta early next month. There are a bunch of other events coming up that some of you will probably see us at as well. This album is very important, and is probably my best album. At least that’s how I feel about it, as well as the people in my circle who have been sent an early copy. We will definitely be dropping more goodies to hold you over leading up to the release date. And although we are pushing the album back, the pre-orders should be up next week. And just so you know, once the pre orders go up the release date is pretty much locked in, so they will be no more push backs.We do apologize for the deejay, but we have to maximize awareness around the release of this new album. We appreciate your support, and hope that you understand our reasoning and position on this. It would be quite a disservice to all of you if we released this album with such limited marketing and promotion. Thanks again for your patience. I cannot wait for you guys to get this album! #Lifers #TheProfit

Lifey

Arms Out Entertainment

"Japhia Life Completes New Album"

The Philadelphia based emcee/artist known as Japhia Life emerges from an extensive stint in Cobb Studio, the modest recording facility run by his long time engineer/producer Jude Gavin located in the outskirts of Philly, to announce to his fan base that his new album “TH€ PROFIT” is finished and will be released on “September 23rd”. The woman on the cover is his Mother, and was used a contrast to all of the recklessness that is taking place throughout the storyline. “My mother and my family’s prayers are at the centerpiece of why I’m still alive. And I mentioned her in almost every song, so I thought it was fitting to have her on the cover.” - Japhia. Most of the support surrounding his music is from people who have followed him since his first project Pages of Life, which was released via Los Angeles based indie Hip Hop label Ready Rock Records, that received critical acclaim, was deemed a Hip Hop classic, and was compared to Nas’ “illmatic”, Jay Z’s “Reasonable Doubt”, Common’s “Can I Borrow A Dollar”, and soon after spawned his musical cult following. 

He re-emerges with his forth coming release “TH€ PROFIT” in hopes of familiarizing new consumers with his brand of Hip Hop. The album is meant to pay homage to the music that he grew up on in the 80’s and 90’s, and is meant to shed light on his upbringing in Philly as well. “I just wanted to make something that reflected my past musical influences, presented a high def picture of where I really came from, and was a daring enough body of work that I felt would push the culture forward.” - Japhia 

According to an industry insider close to his camp, Japhia just finished filming three music videos for the album, a promotional video, and a BBC/PBS style “interview” surrounding the album and Hip Hop culture. The full length LP “TH€ PROFIT” will be released on iTunes and all other digital music outlets via his indie label Arms Out Entertainment, and is set for an official September 23rd release.

"Japhia Life Completes New Album"

The Philadelphia based emcee/artist known as Japhia Life emerges from an extensive stint in Cobb Studio, the modest recording facility run by his long time engineer/producer Jude Gavin located in the outskirts of Philly, to announce to his fan base that his new album “TH€ PROFIT” is finished and will be released on “September 23rd”. The woman on the cover is his Mother, and was used a contrast to all of the recklessness that is taking place throughout the storyline. “My mother and my family’s prayers are at the centerpiece of why I’m still alive. And I mentioned her in almost every song, so I thought it was fitting to have her on the cover.” - Japhia. Most of the support surrounding his music is from people who have followed him since his first project Pages of Life, which was released via Los Angeles based indie Hip Hop label Ready Rock Records, that received critical acclaim, was deemed a Hip Hop classic, and was compared to Nas’ “illmatic”, Jay Z’s “Reasonable Doubt”, Common’s “Can I Borrow A Dollar”, and soon after spawned his musical cult following.

He re-emerges with his forth coming release “TH€ PROFIT” in hopes of familiarizing new consumers with his brand of Hip Hop. The album is meant to pay homage to the music that he grew up on in the 80’s and 90’s, and is meant to shed light on his upbringing in Philly as well. “I just wanted to make something that reflected my past musical influences, presented a high def picture of where I really came from, and was a daring enough body of work that I felt would push the culture forward.” - Japhia

According to an industry insider close to his camp, Japhia just finished filming three music videos for the album, a promotional video, and a BBC/PBS style “interview” surrounding the album and Hip Hop culture. The full length LP “TH€ PROFIT” will be released on iTunes and all other digital music outlets via his indie label Arms Out Entertainment, and is set for an official September 23rd release.

"Japhia Life Completes New Album"


  The Philadelphia based emcee/artist known as Japhia Life emerges from an extensive stint in Cobb Studio, the modest recording facility run by his long time engineer/producer Jude Gavin located in Drexel Hill, a quiet suburb on the outskirts of Philly, to announce to his fan base affectionately deemed as “Lifers”, that his new album TH€ PROFIT is finished and ready to be sent off to mastering. Japhia took to social media Earlier this week stating “Just finished the album.. It goes to mastering this week”. One of his followers responded via Twitter saying “You need my mailing address?”. Most of the support surrounding his music is from people who have followed him since his first project Pages of Life which was released via Los Angeles based indie Hip Hop label Ready Rock Records, which received critical acclaim, was deemed a Hip Hop classic, and was compared to Nas’ “illmatic”, Jay Z’s “Reasonable Doubt”, Common’s “Can I Borrow A Dollar”, and soon after spawned his musical cult following. 

  He re-emerges with his forth coming release TH€ PROFIT in hopes of familiarizing new consumers with his brand of Hip Hop, and with what will be the follow up to his critically acclaimed 2012 release Westside Pharmacy. The album is meant to pay homage to the music that he grew up on in the 80’s and 90’s, and is also meant to shed light on his upbringing in Philly. It is also rumored to include a record featuring a huge ‘gospel music legend’. He was also quoted saying “This album is about my past, but it’s more importantly about my present and future, and every song plays its own part in the story, and I couldn’t leave out any of my influences. Whether they be hardcore Rap, RnB, or even Gospel music from the 80’s that I grew up on. I wanted this album to act as a soundtrack to the horror taking place in urban war zones like where I’m from in Philadelphia, but also places like Los Angeles, and Chicago, and even places like Little Rock, Omaha, and Gary, Indiana. I’m excited for people to hear it” - Japhia. 

  According to an industry insider, Japhia just wrapped up filming the music video for the first single “Poison”, and his new full length album TH€ PROFIT will be released on iTunes, Amazon, etc via his Philly based indie label Arms Out Entertainment, and is slated for an official Fall/September release.

"Japhia Life Completes New Album"


The Philadelphia based emcee/artist known as Japhia Life emerges from an extensive stint in Cobb Studio, the modest recording facility run by his long time engineer/producer Jude Gavin located in Drexel Hill, a quiet suburb on the outskirts of Philly, to announce to his fan base affectionately deemed as “Lifers”, that his new album TH€ PROFIT is finished and ready to be sent off to mastering. Japhia took to social media Earlier this week stating “Just finished the album.. It goes to mastering this week”. One of his followers responded via Twitter saying “You need my mailing address?”. Most of the support surrounding his music is from people who have followed him since his first project Pages of Life which was released via Los Angeles based indie Hip Hop label Ready Rock Records, which received critical acclaim, was deemed a Hip Hop classic, and was compared to Nas’ “illmatic”, Jay Z’s “Reasonable Doubt”, Common’s “Can I Borrow A Dollar”, and soon after spawned his musical cult following.

He re-emerges with his forth coming release TH€ PROFIT in hopes of familiarizing new consumers with his brand of Hip Hop, and with what will be the follow up to his critically acclaimed 2012 release Westside Pharmacy. The album is meant to pay homage to the music that he grew up on in the 80’s and 90’s, and is also meant to shed light on his upbringing in Philly. It is also rumored to include a record featuring a huge ‘gospel music legend’. He was also quoted saying “This album is about my past, but it’s more importantly about my present and future, and every song plays its own part in the story, and I couldn’t leave out any of my influences. Whether they be hardcore Rap, RnB, or even Gospel music from the 80’s that I grew up on. I wanted this album to act as a soundtrack to the horror taking place in urban war zones like where I’m from in Philadelphia, but also places like Los Angeles, and Chicago, and even places like Little Rock, Omaha, and Gary, Indiana. I’m excited for people to hear it” - Japhia.

According to an industry insider, Japhia just wrapped up filming the music video for the first single “Poison”, and his new full length album TH€ PROFIT will be released on iTunes, Amazon, etc via his Philly based indie label Arms Out Entertainment, and is slated for an official Fall/September release.

"Made my bed.. And laid in it" (Written by Japhia Life)

Just got off the train, looked down and saw somebody’s bed.. This reminds me to be grateful for everything I have now. Just a few years ago I was moving around the country sleeping on peoples couches and floors trying to find my way, and now I have people who come from out of town and from overseas who stay with me when they’re in Philly. But back then I knew that transitioning out of the Christian market back to the Hip Hop market I started in that I would take a financial hit for a season because fans and concert promoters alike would not  support what I do anymore, because I wasn’t catering my music to that demographic. The Christian market is no different from the Hip Hop market in terms of “business”. It’s all politics, nothing personal, I get it! Some people may ask “Why did you leave the Christian market?” And some ask it from a genuine place of inquiry, while others ask because they’re ignorant to the reality that just because you are a Christian who happens to be an artist, doesn’t mean what you do is a great fit in the Christian market, or that you just may not be called to be based there. That doesn’t mean that you won’t perform at some Christian events “the times when you are booked for them”. But the bottom line is if you’re not preaching in your music, or talking about Jesus all through your songs, chances are your not gonna get booked for concerts in the Gospel market. Which is fine.. I mean, it is called the “Gospel” market.. So I get it! And that’s what I think people are starting to understand. But I will probably always make songs that show my Gospel music influence. I was raised on it. My mother sings, plays the piano, has taught some of the best singers in the city about music and faith, and has been in different gospel groups and choirs since I was born. I still remember sitting in choir rehearsals with her at Carol Antrum’s house and being hypnotized by the music. I still remember Dana and Shelly, and my mom’s girlfriends making me sing until I got it right and till they told me I could stop. They were training me. I just didn’t know it. Those are some of the things that made me the artist I am today. Those are my musical roots, and the things that taught me notes and about melody. I even have a record on my new album that people in my circle have said could be one of the biggest gospel songs Ever released, and I agree. But even that song was made from an organic place. I didn’t go in the studio trying to make a huge gospel record with that artist. I went in knowing that this record needed to happen because this new album is about my upbringing, and partially about how much the gospel music from the 70’s and 80’s influenced me musically. On the flip side, I have a couple of records on the new album that people who have already heard it have said could be some of the biggest records Hip Hop has seen in a long time. All my music is made from an organic place. I’m honestly just happy to be free from the the confines and limitations of any genre, Hip Hop or Gospel. There are so many creatives from decades and even centuries ago who were Christians that many Christians today don’t know about, but they need to! I’m just doing what Bach did when when he played the organ in hopes of inspiring people in his city and country thru his faith. I’m just doing what Michelangelo did when he carved the Statue of David and expressed his faith creatively. I’m just doing what Arthur Guinness did when he founded Guinness beer brewery in Dublin at Saint James Gate, in hopes of creating a healthy brew that could bring healing to his country of Ireland that was plagued by alcoholism. I’m honestly just hear to create and make the things that God tells me to make! I’m just grateful to have what I have, and to be Alive!!! #TH€PROFITisComing

"Made my bed.. And laid in it" (Written by Japhia Life)

Just got off the train, looked down and saw somebody’s bed.. This reminds me to be grateful for everything I have now. Just a few years ago I was moving around the country sleeping on peoples couches and floors trying to find my way, and now I have people who come from out of town and from overseas who stay with me when they’re in Philly. But back then I knew that transitioning out of the Christian market back to the Hip Hop market I started in that I would take a financial hit for a season because fans and concert promoters alike would not support what I do anymore, because I wasn’t catering my music to that demographic. The Christian market is no different from the Hip Hop market in terms of “business”. It’s all politics, nothing personal, I get it! Some people may ask “Why did you leave the Christian market?” And some ask it from a genuine place of inquiry, while others ask because they’re ignorant to the reality that just because you are a Christian who happens to be an artist, doesn’t mean what you do is a great fit in the Christian market, or that you just may not be called to be based there. That doesn’t mean that you won’t perform at some Christian events “the times when you are booked for them”. But the bottom line is if you’re not preaching in your music, or talking about Jesus all through your songs, chances are your not gonna get booked for concerts in the Gospel market. Which is fine.. I mean, it is called the “Gospel” market.. So I get it! And that’s what I think people are starting to understand. But I will probably always make songs that show my Gospel music influence. I was raised on it. My mother sings, plays the piano, has taught some of the best singers in the city about music and faith, and has been in different gospel groups and choirs since I was born. I still remember sitting in choir rehearsals with her at Carol Antrum’s house and being hypnotized by the music. I still remember Dana and Shelly, and my mom’s girlfriends making me sing until I got it right and till they told me I could stop. They were training me. I just didn’t know it. Those are some of the things that made me the artist I am today. Those are my musical roots, and the things that taught me notes and about melody. I even have a record on my new album that people in my circle have said could be one of the biggest gospel songs Ever released, and I agree. But even that song was made from an organic place. I didn’t go in the studio trying to make a huge gospel record with that artist. I went in knowing that this record needed to happen because this new album is about my upbringing, and partially about how much the gospel music from the 70’s and 80’s influenced me musically. On the flip side, I have a couple of records on the new album that people who have already heard it have said could be some of the biggest records Hip Hop has seen in a long time. All my music is made from an organic place. I’m honestly just happy to be free from the the confines and limitations of any genre, Hip Hop or Gospel. There are so many creatives from decades and even centuries ago who were Christians that many Christians today don’t know about, but they need to! I’m just doing what Bach did when when he played the organ in hopes of inspiring people in his city and country thru his faith. I’m just doing what Michelangelo did when he carved the Statue of David and expressed his faith creatively. I’m just doing what Arthur Guinness did when he founded Guinness beer brewery in Dublin at Saint James Gate, in hopes of creating a healthy brew that could bring healing to his country of Ireland that was plagued by alcoholism. I’m honestly just hear to create and make the things that God tells me to make! I’m just grateful to have what I have, and to be Alive!!! #TH€PROFITisComing

Of all my albums whether financed 100% independent with all monies coming from my own pocket, or ogre leased thru a record label, this new album that I just finished recording is the most anticipated and most important album I’ve ever released to my fans and to myself. This album is about the youth, this album is about the future, this album is about us! #TheProfit #Summer2014

Of all my albums whether financed 100% independent with all monies coming from my own pocket, or ogre leased thru a record label, this new album that I just finished recording is the most anticipated and most important album I’ve ever released to my fans and to myself. This album is about the youth, this album is about the future, this album is about us! #TheProfit #Summer2014

The Shift & The Conclusion

Ever since my first release “Pages of Life” came out in 2000 on (ReadyRock Records) I have been in a labor of love trying to explain to other Christians that I’m a Hip Hop artist, not a “Christian rapper” (there is a difference). I have tried to use a number of artists/groups/bands as examples including (P.O.D, The Fray, One Republic, Underoath, Switchfoot, Relient K, and U2) as potential examples of what I do.

Till this day I still try to tell Christians I’m doing something similar to what those artists are doing, but they don’t seem to get it, or they just don’t want to. I’ve wondered if the concept of a Christian making music that focuses more on their life experiences is something that makes them uncomfortable because it causes them to look in the mirror and not hide behind the mask of religion, and calls them out from their comfort zone. I’ve wondered if it is something that is a rough concept for them to grasp because they are still immature in their faith. I’m learning that it’s probably a combination of both, among other things. The reality of it is that most Christians have never seen this concept fleshed out before. Especially a lot of believers like me who are Afro-American and come from the black church, and who are primarily only familiar with “black gospel music”.

What I have also noticed is that believers who come from the more white contemporary Christian context are a lot more free and familiar with this concept and have seen this in their culture before, although there are exceptions to both rules as I often find out first hand via my social media pages, etc. But a lot of Christians regardless of their respective races just aren’t familiar with the concept of Christians not directly making music about the gospel itself. Their only association with Christians as it relates to music is them doing “gospel music”.

If a Christian is making music that doesn’t mention or reference the gospel directly or explicitly, their knee jerk reaction is to automatically assume that particular artist/band is ashamed of the gospel, their faith, and is seeking fame. When in all honesty, this accusation exposes an immaturity in the accuser that they probably have a hard time acknowledging. As it stands, the assumption at large is to assess that if an artist who is Christian was “really mature” they would be making music explicitly about the Gospel. When in reality the more you grow in grace the more comfortable you are with making music that focuses on the actual fruit and beauty that comes from knowing the gospel.

For the record.. I don’t have Any problems whatsoever with Christians who make music that highlights the gospel explicitly. My issue actually is with the Christians who have a problem with the artists on the other end of the spectrum of faith. The reality is this.. These two opposing sides have more in common, and are actually more a reflection of Jesus than we think they are. Meaning.. There was a side of Jesus that was very direct and explicit in telling people who He was. And there was another profound side of Jesus that was much more coded and parable driven where He would paint a picture of who He is, in a way that provoked thought and caused the listeners get an often times beautiful and even graphic image of life on earth and the kingdom of heaven.

I’ve come to the harsh reality and conclusion that the only way for some believers to understand this concept is for God himself to open their eyes, and for myself and artists like me to show them what it looks like. And I think that I’m ready to show and prove. Until then.. I am praying for you all, and I will continue in this labor of love.. It ain’t over till it’s over. Love y’all! - Lifey #NewAlbum #TheProfit #ThisSummer

Back in the kitchen……. (Last night @ “Poison” video shoot). #TheProfitComing 📹 @creativethoughtmedia

Back in the kitchen……. (Last night @ “Poison” video shoot). #TheProfitComing 📹 @creativethoughtmedia

Light up the darkness… #TheProfitComing 🔥

Light up the darkness… #TheProfitComing 🔥

Any Given Sunday… #WestPhilly #PrayingForMyCity

Any Given Sunday… #WestPhilly #PrayingForMyCity

Previously in Baltimore… Working on TH$ PROFIT w/ @cameeliosalamandar Photo credit: @rome21229

Previously in Baltimore… Working on TH$ PROFIT w/ @cameeliosalamandar Photo credit: @rome21229

This is a video clip of a woman in jail getting her hair done by an older Christian lady who came with women from her church to serve women in prison. Right before the clip starts the woman (blonde) getting her hair done says “Every time someone does my hair they f*ck it up.. No offense at all to you”. And the older woman says “No f words please.. We’re on holy ground”. The blonde woman sighs in disbelief and then says “We’re on holy ground?? I thought we were in jail!?”. And after the clip ends the older woman says “Yes.. Anywhere I stand is holy ground!”.

Now I truly have to say on all levels of honesty that I am disturbed by this. And I am referring to the statements made by the older woman, not the blonde. I am a Christian man and this type portrayal of Christianity is not something that I stand by. First off.. How do u tell a prison inmate that wherever u stand is holy ground? Are u Jesus? Are u alluding to urself as being holy so therefore wherever u stand is holy? Could be, but we have never even seen Jesus himself respond in this manner. Did Jesus respond this way to the woman at the well? Did Jesus respond this way to the strange woman who It’s no wonder ppl look at Christians some of the ways they do.

How bout sharing God’s love for her and how God cares about her life and her well being. For anyone of my friends, or even any of my Fans reading this who may not be a Christian like me, and has either met me or listened to my music and has heard something in it where it has made u wonder if I am, or made u realize for certain that I am a Christian, and is curious and has questions in regard to where my faith comes from and what it’s all about.. I just want u to know that I’m sure the older lady meant well, but the attitude that she displays here, or at least that I personally thought she displayed is not an accurate representation of the Jesus or the Christianity that I believe in, or that I am apart of.

Listen, I know that chances are this is the only Christianity that u have seen or may be used to. But the Christianity that I believe in is based around truth, but it is also centralized around compassion. Especially for those who have not received very much of it their whole lives. See here’s the thing.. As Christians we should be the most truthful and the most compassionate of all ppl due to the simple fact that us even claiming to be saved is a direct reflection that we were and still are a mess. Reason being, we are ppl who came to the conclusion that we were so messed up in fact that we needed saving, and that we couldn’t save ourselves. Now u have to be Really messed up to conclude that u need saving. Many of these ppl (I’m sure the blonde included) haven’t even got to this point or place yet. But u did.. By God’s grace u realized that u needed to be saved. Just like I did.. When I gave my life to God I realized that I was Really messed up.

My mother goes to visit women in prison on a regular basis and my mother would have Never responded this way to that girl. I’ve seen how my mother talks to ppl. Especially young women that she’s trying to reach. My mother is the realist.. My mother and her girlfriends prayed for me Everyday until God finally broke my heart of stone and turned it to clay. I was kicked out of my parents (rightfully so in my case) when I was 15, and went to stay with my Grandparents, and my family prayed for me Everyday until I left the streets alone. I went from being a good, smart kid, to a bad boy, to being a good man. And I would not be alive if it wasn’t for God’s Grace and a lot of love from truthful and compassionate Christians who knew that God had a plan for me. That being said..

I know that some of u are confused and are looking for answers, and it seems like u may go to church looking for answers but leave with scars and wounded. I can speak from experience and say that I was one of those people who got hurt by the church also when I was a kid. It’s one of the main reasons I hit the streets. But I feel ur pain. I know what it’s like. But the powerful thing that changed me is when I found out that Jesus knew what it was like. He was rejected by his own ppl. But it is historical fact that he died and is risen. And he is real!

(Ur thoughts on this video clip and anything that I’ve said beneath it here will be welcomed and appreciated!)

Arms Out 4 Life… #TheProfitComing #ThisSpring

Arms Out 4 Life… #TheProfitComing #ThisSpring

"Bury me a G/ But don’t brake my bones yet" - #TheProfitComing

"Bury me a G/ But don’t brake my bones yet" - #TheProfitComing

"We really stayed true/ We really Stayed Down" #TheProfitComing

"We really stayed true/ We really Stayed Down" #TheProfitComing

Played half the new album for my homie and he said I’m back rapping like I’m hungry again… I told him that’s because I am!!! #TheProfitComing #ThisSpring #ForWarned

Played half the new album for my homie and he said I’m back rapping like I’m hungry again… I told him that’s because I am!!! #TheProfitComing #ThisSpring #ForWarned