He was tired of gang life, so he changed the game.
And he inspired them all to give peace a chance.
music that gets everyone up out of their seats.
You can try to speak quickly, but you’ll finish last.
and I’d say his rhymes are better than the rest.
in his recent success as a movie actor.
Rick Rubin heard his demo, and was completely awestruck.
that people are equal and we need to be kinder.
but trying to be famous can make you a dope.
to Beats, Apple Computers, and a giant pay day.
they influenced his West Coast G-Funk style.
but became a producer with the help of Pro Tools.
As a perfectionist he inspires greatness in them.
He writes complex rhymes and he makes them real witty.
He fought back, freestyle rapping, he had the best rhymes.
He didn’t care if the kid was purple or white.
so give them a listen, but wait until you’re older.
He’s seen troubles in life and he’s kind of a wreck.
but gosh darn and dang, he’s the master of hype.
and he started businesses selling his own food.
but he’s had no luck as a restaurateur.
His group was inducted to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
He learned to use records to reinvent songs.
These new techniques kicked off the hip-hop revolution.
In the late 80s and 90s his music would shake ya.
fusing R&B with hip-hop, he made a new form.
He was happy, he was upbeat, everyone liked Heavy D.
but is now better known for storytelling and crafting.
They’re brutally honest and not always nice.
and lays bare some hard truths of the struggles of men.
he grew up in Brooklyn, where he learned to sing.
before rising in ranks to become a big star.
until a fight with her sister went public on vine.