Logic - Inception
Can you believe he did a song using that beat? So mind blowing. Definitely piqued my interest with this song. Very deserving of the first track on his mixtape. Sidenote, he reminds me a lot of Drake in his earlier days when he had mixtapes coming out- I like that shit a lot.
Logic - Inception
After an interesting discussion last night, I’ve decided to try my hand at blogging. At first, I didn’t really understand blogging and many of my friends still dont. But there’s not right or wrong way to do it in my opinion. It’s just a place to express yourself, through pictures, music, words, etc. Just put down whatever you want, the last few months I’ve taken a different perspective on life and subjects, keeping an open mind yet having my own opinion.
I guess what I’m saying is, that is what my blogs will pertain to what I’m trying to say. And if for some reason, you’re following me then. Better unfollow while you still can. Well, here goes nothing.
Fisher still believes he is uniquely qualified to produce a 2011-12 NBA season – and a deal better than what could be delivered by a bunch of lawyers who can’t possibly know what matters most to pro basketball players.
For now, he pays the price for that self-certainty.
He is not getting paid anything for this. He digs into his own pocket even for meals while holed up in New York for bargaining meetings – sometimes packing for what was supposed to be a couple days and then having to agree to stay for a week or a week and a half. He pays for personal assistants to fly and stay and help him in New York, including a trainer to keep him on track physically to continue his old job as a basketball player at some point.
He tries to justify the expenses to his wife, in addition to his glaring absence at home at the usual offseason time when he gets to reconnect with his kids. Staying committed to serve his fellow players at this critical time, Fisher is left to steal away from New York and back to Los Angeles just to see his kid’s soccer game and then jet back on a red-eye flight.
So fucking true.
I miss good ol’ #8.
Nike is about to release their sixth signature Kobe sneaker, and up until now, with the exception of some special releases, his shoes have always come in a standard general release Nike box. With brand-mate LeBron James getting some special boxes for his last few shoes, isn’t it long overdue…