Saturday, October 31, 2009


This is a freestyle with tweets from twitter! Enjoy

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Friday, October 30, 2009

Rhyme a Day: sinuous

Voluptuous gazes, through a sinuous maze
of people who stay, in a delirious daze

sinuous \SIN-yoo-uhs\, adjective:

1. Characterized by many curves or turns; winding.
2. Characterized by graceful curving movements.
3. Not direct; devious.


Thursday, October 29, 2009

Youth in the Booth: Let's Get Crump

From my work with the youth, here is a song for you.
DLUX THE Spoken Word Emcee

Let's Get Crump

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Rhyme a Day: ameliorate

Every moment of the day I strive to demonstrate,
A man seeking wisdom, a life to ameliorate

ameliorate \uh-MEEL-yuh-rayt\, transitive verb:

1. To make better; to improve.

intransitive verb:
1. To grow better.


Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Rhyme a Day: gaucherie

This is a really bold act of gaucherie
Ask a lady when she’s having the baby
She may just be heavy.

gaucherie \goh-shuh-REE\, noun:

1. A socially awkward or tactless act.
2. Lack of tact; boorishness; awkwardness.


Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Rhyme a Day: incarnadine

Incarnadine rhymes, infect mind
of the youth that finds it in hood designs

incarnadine \in-KAR-nuh-dyn\, adjective:

1. Having a fleshy pink color.
2. Red; blood-red.

transitive verb:
1. To make red or crimson.


Monday, October 26, 2009

Mind in the game

This is the song, I wrote for Luke Brown and the Children's Cancer Association (CCA). There is an interesting story behind this song. Enjoy the Clip.

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Rhyme a Day: raffish

When the folks get a taste of the lifestyle lavish
They can act out of place, wild out with raffish
displays, say vmas’s, kanye…..

raffish \RAF-ish\, adjective:

1. Characterized by or suggestive of flashy vulgarity, crudeness, or rowdiness; tawdry.
2. Marked by a carefree unconventionality or disreputableness; rakish.


Friday, October 23, 2009

Rhyme a Day: bifurcate

Bifurcate a decision, for the afghan mission
do send more cooks, or get the hell out the kitchen.

bifurcate \BY-fur-kayt; by-FUR-kayt\, transitive verb:
1. To divide into two branches or parts.
intransitive verb:
1. To branch or separate into two parts.
1. Divided into two branches or parts; forked.


Thursday, October 22, 2009

Rhyme a Day: titivate

The house of rhyme sits high on the land,
With views of the valley and depths of man,
To escape, the thoughts titivate mundane
existence, and alleviate the pain.

titivate \TIT-uh-vayt\, transitive and intransitive verb:
1. To make decorative additions to; spruce.
intransitive verb:
1. To make oneself smart or spruce.


Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Rhyme a Day: esurient

Usher in the esurient hustlers
roar about their money like a race car muffler

esurient \ih-SUR-ee-uhnt; -ZUR-\, adjective:
Hungry; greedy.


Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Rhyme-a-Day: Relegate

An outcast since birth always facing the hate,

This abomination of love he had to relegate.

relegate \REL-uh-gayt\, transitive verb:

1. To assign to an inferior position, place, or condition.

2. To assign to an appropriate category or class.

3. To assign or refer (a matter or task, for example) to another for appropriate action.


Monday, October 19, 2009

Rhyme-A-Day: Dissolute

We consider criminals to be dissolute,

Anything for a buck, gotta get that loot.

dissolute \DIS-uh-loot\, adjective:

Loose in morals and conduct; marked by indulgence in sensual pleasures or vices.


Friday, October 16, 2009

Rhyme-a-Day: Nettlesome

This is the problem of speaking in tongues,

The truth is a pain, considered too nettlesome.

To politics as usual, maybe too mettlesome.

When they want keep you quiet, I say bang a drum.

nettlesome \NET-l-suhm\, adjective:

Causing irritation, vexation, or distress.


Thursday, October 15, 2009

Rhyme-a-Day: Irrupts

Stay poised ready, waiting in the cut.

Rush the front of the stage when the beat irrupts,

Through the double fifth teens, breaking the silence,

Broke the barrier, the crowd's in a riot.

irrupt \ih-RUHPT\, intransitive verb

1. To burst in forcibly or suddenly; to intrude.

2. (Ecology) To increase rapidly in number.


Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Rhyme-a-Day: Lissom

I stay verbally Lissom, anybody can get some.

Most just stay on their bums, while I hit the beat with a run.

lissom \LISS-uhm\, adjective;

1. Limber; supple; flexible.

2. Light and quick in action; nimble; agile; active.


Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Rhyme-a-Day: lucubration

Midnight Marauders on heavy rotation,
while writing rhymes this is my lucubration.

lucubration \loo-kyoo-BRAY-shun; loo-kuh-\, noun:

1. The act of studying by candlelight; nocturnal study; meditation.
2. That which is composed by night; that which is produced by meditation in retirement; hence (loosely) any literary composition.


Monday, October 12, 2009

Rhyme a Day: alacrity

Girls were all gitty, move with alacrity
Bum rushed stage, to see a Jonas Ditty

alacrity \uh-LACK-ruh-tee\, noun:
A cheerful or eager readiness or willingness, often manifested by brisk, lively action or promptness in response.


Friday, October 9, 2009

Rhyme A Day: farrago

A farrago of lies, keeps truth in disguise
A general’s cry, and soldiers lose lives

farrago \fuh-RAH-go; fuh-RAY-go\, noun:

A confused mixture; an assortment; a medley.


Thursday, October 8, 2009

Rhyme a Day: equivocate

Out on a Date, She told me to wait
don’t mean equivocate, a heart’s too much to break

equivocate \ih-KWIV-uh-kayt\, intransitive verb:

To be deliberately ambiguous or unclear in order to mislead or to avoid committing oneself to anything definite.


Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Rhyme a day: cognoscente

Open my eyes, the time ain't thrifty
they want the masses dumb and a few

\kon-yuh-SHEN-tee; kog-nuh-; -SEN-\, noun:

A person with special knowledge of a subject; a connoisseur.


Tuesday, October 6, 2009

rhyme a day: assiduous

This grind, this hustle is assiduous
if you stop, then you drop, like ceiling dust

assiduous \uh-SIJ-oo-uhs\, adjective:

1. Constant in application or attention; devoted; attentive.
2. Performed with constant diligence or attention; unremitting; persistent; as, "assiduous labor."


Monday, October 5, 2009

rhyme-a-day: cavort

Too many two year olds on the court
too many sort, as the children cavort.

cavort \kuh-VORT\, intransitive verb:

1. To bound or prance about.
2. To have lively or boisterous fun; to behave in a high-spirited, festive manner.


Friday, October 2, 2009

Rhyme-A-Day: Aplomb

aplomb \uh-PLOM\, noun:

Assurance of manner or of action; self-possession; confidence; coolness.

Never let them see you sweat, when you step in the slums.

Stay cool calm collected, you must keep aplomb.


Thursday, October 1, 2009

Rhyme-A-Day: Temerarious

temerarious \tem-uh-RAIR-ee-uhs\, adjective:

Recklessly or presumptuously daring; rash

Johnny Knoxville of Jack-Ass too hilarious.

Actions very dumb and so temerarious.


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