Flavor In The Street

Hello World! Flavor In The Street was something I wanted to do, because I felt I had grown since my previous websites. I feel like I was seeing blogging from a different perspective. At one time, I saw this as more of something I did for fun, and I still continue to see blogging as this, but I also have grown a passion for it. I'm getting a platform, where I get to fully express my views on topics in music. I feel like my opinion is rarely heard, and I want to be viewed as the voice of my generation soon. We never get a platform to talk, and it's now just the beginning. 

The idea of Flavor In The Street was just to restart my brand. I had gotten the idea of the title from one of my favorite shows, "Living Single" along with the slang, 'Word On The Street.' As many of you know, Khadijah James had owned a magazine company titled, "Flavor." I got the idea by combining the two, which later birthed 'Flavor In The Street.'

I'm quite a hard-working kid. I manage to keep my grades together, while running this blog. I've never quite looked into adding more writers to help grow the brand, but of course I'm open to trying new ideas. I plan to adventure quite a lot when I get older, and my taste in music varies. 

The Rap Game Roundup: Tension Between Jayla Marie And Nia Kay [S2, E2]

Following the season two premiere of “The Rap Game,” viewers will begin to notice similarities to the first season, which welcomed Miss Mulatto to Jermaine Dupri’s label. The group’s latest challenge was to write a verse based on the city they’re from. While some were amped, others experienced difficulty during the challenge, including Jayla Marie and Nia Kay. Kay, who’s from Chicago, said that there’s a lot of violence in her city. She instead wanted to shine light on the positive. As for Marie, the emcee revealed that she doesn’t write her lyrics. The two also had tension on last Friday night’s episode. Jayla Marie made a comment on Nia Kay’s hair, claiming she needed to fix it, which led to Kay noting that Marie needed her dad to write her lyrics. Marie has made it known that she doesn’t write her lyrics, however the comment bothered her. “Shots fired,” as Prince of New York said. The beef was similar to Miss Mulatto and Supa Peach’s from last season, where Mulatto accused Peach of not writing her own lyrics.

Despite Kay’s comment (on songwriting), she had a major downfall on the Hit List, landing at #4 (only in front of Jayla Marie). Meanwhile, Baltimore native, Lil Key landed at #1, which was quite predictable. Dupri liked how he included history regarding the city into his verse. It was clear seeing how impressed he was in Lil Key. Mani rose on the “Hit List,” changing the view of producer, Mike Kalombo on him.

While the group of rappers were with Dupri, it gave the managers time to speak to one either, which wasn't too friendly. 

In case you missed it, watch here!