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27min patiocafe
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patiocafe This Memorial day weekend, take a minute to remember what it is all about. Before you head out on a fun filled weekend , drop by @cigarslimited in #figgardenvillage or @cigarsltdclovis and grab a rose to show appreciation for the sacrifices of those who have served. For every rose that cigars Limited is donating, they are also donating a cigar to the soldiers that are still fighting for our country today. #appreciate #serveothers #proud #usa #heros #troops #cigarsltd #local #giveback #remember 27min

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sweetiguess Today is #FriendshipFriday and I want to take a moment and #Appreciate some special people in my life. No one has ever given me unconditional #Love like this group of #Beautiful people. Some would call them #Cousins but not me!! These are my extended #Brothers and #Sisters #Forever ....and yes this #Pic is nearly 20 years old i know how #Cool I look especially with that #Radical #Mullet #AlwaysDarkerDays #BeforeBrighterOnes 35min

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stretch_corleone Last week marked the 11th anniversary of Soul Survivor II, the long-awaited follow-up to the 1998 solo debut of legendary hip hop producer Pete Rock, the Chocolate Boy Wonder himself. Staying true to the title, Pete's craft remains ever soulful as his production style has evolved over the years; the overall sound seems more polished on this joint than on its predecessor and that's not at all a bad thing, even though I ultimately favor the first volume. But don't get it twisted; the second installment in the Soul Survivor series is solid as fuck and contains some of the Mount Vernon, NY-based soul brother's finest work behind the boards. Much like the first volume, Soul Survivor II boasts an impressive list of guest artists (though not quite as diverse as the former); Pete reunites with on-again/off-again rap partner C.L. Smooth on "It's A Love Thing" and the album closer "Appreciate" (which is perhaps my favorite song on the album), and also makes pure hip hop magic with lyrical assassin Pharoahe Monch ("Just Do It"), North Carolina-based group Little Brother ("Give It To Ya"), Detroit's own Slum Village and the late, great J Dilla ("Da Villa" and "Niggaz Know", respectively), Wu-Tang soldiers RZA and GZA ("Head Rush"), Boston emcee Krumb Snatcha ("Beef"), Skillz, Kardinal Offishall, Dead Prez and more. Pete also laces slept-on soul songstress Leela James with heat on "No Tears". As long as PR keeps churning out hot shit like this, his résumé and status as a legend in the game will only continue to bear fruit and reign true. 36min

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