apologies are for suckers. but anyway…

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I believe an apology is in order. I’ve been neglectful, to you, the reader. You are all entirely too polite to admit it, but I know you visit my page everyday, every hour,  and every minute you sit at your brand new fancy pants computer. Eager, with the anxiety of puppy awaiting his first traipse around the park.  For no other reason than to see what wild and crazy life stew Haji P’s been cookin’ up…and what do I do? I let you down. No soup, no spoon, not even a funky bread bowl. I know….let it out…go’on and let it out. *pats your back* I’ve got some nerve.

Well, dry up those tears little buddy! Im gonna start doing stuff again. I promise.  And then, we’re gonna go for a ice cream. How does that sound?

Seeee…I knew there was a smile behind that mopey-man face. Nobody likes a mopey-man.

badder

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People ask me all the time, “Yo, Haji P, as one of todays greatest entertainers, what was life like for you as a child? Were you always bedazzling countries all over the world with your extraordinary performance abilities? Or were you just the bashfully quiet heartthrob that a young Rudy Huxtable used to swoon over?”  Well, I was a little of both…but as you can plainly see in this video…I was often in high demand to  portray the young Michael Jackson.

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railroad hiphop interview

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 the following interview was taken from RailroadHiphop.Com. enjoy. or dont. but really, you should enjoy…

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port city for america

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Ive never been a fan of doing songs about politics, and moreso, any specific tragedy. Mainly because I feel like some artists only do them with selfish intent. Plus, Im a firm believer in “if you want to help…go help.”  Sometimes a song just dont cut it. But this was a good project because it brought together a lot of artists in Wilmington NC that normally wouldnt have sat at the same table. It was made shortly after Hurricane Katrina, through the efforts of Louis T. Doc Bless, and Bigg B.  The Song  played in rotation every year to mark the tragic dates, and became a staple request on Coast 97.3fm.

The track was produced by D1, with the hook provided by Daniel “Real Love” Dickey. The artists,  in order of appearance are:  Exile, Maja League, J Quinn, S. Lee, KYD, and Motherfreakin Haji P, son!

peace.

Port City for America

verhymezon

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 See what I did there? With the title? Thats because I’m pretty brilliant with the word thingys. Well, that, and because the following tracks were songs specifically made for Verizon commercials about three years ago. They were both produced and made by the request of my homeboy, Steaknife. You may or may not know him from the Universal recording group, Rehab.You know who Rehab is, right? They did the song “ Bartender .”  No? You never heard of ‘em? Dang, you need to get out more.

Neither song was ever given a proper title. So, for the sake of cataloging, we’ll call them :

The Juke Song

The Pirateship Song

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a message to my identity jacker!

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should i be offended?

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Aight, so peep..

I goes to the post office earlier today, just a few minutes ago to be exact. Returning to the computer on my office desk, sans delay, with the intent of releasing this two pounds of pressure offa my exiguously bearded chest.

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