7-7: The Street OT – #TheHustlePlaylist

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Oh Lord, help me change my ways, Show a little mercy on judgement day, It ain’t me I was raised this way, Never let em’ play me for a busta, Makin’ hell for a HUSTLER.

– 2Pac Shakur

Growing up wasn’t in any way cool but it was indeed “The Sweetest Life I Ever Knew”… Gambling for survival in the streets and still was never caught by the Police whenever those MFs came around, that’s cause on like some will say “Gambling Got Me Into A Lot Of Sh#t”; but by HIS grace my story was different because “Gambling Kept Me Out Of Trouble (real trouble)” and today makes it 7305 days I’ve been on planet earth. YUP! That’s the Ghetto Story of the July (7th month of the year) 27 (27th day of the month) born, Oghene Michael.

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Heading to the Playlist but before then let’s discuss The Musical Taliban popularly known as Oritse Femi:
For those of you who don’t know, Oritse Femi has been in the music industry longer than some of your favourite musicians. Oritse Femi was a former member of one the Nigeria’s most accepted music duo “Junglist” back in the days of konto dance, galala and suo dance (Shout out to Timaya *Sanko* and Burna Boy *Check and Balance* for bring galala back to life). All those years Junglist were making hits in the street, the Nigerian Music Industry was shitty so chances of making good money was not fair. But the Musical Taliban whom I’d like to refer to as the Real Legendary Hustler kept pushing till Double Wahala was released and that was it, the break through (Please don’t ask me were the other half of JunglistChibudo” is, because I don’t know).

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According to African ChinaNo Condition Is Permanent”; if Oritse Femi did not couldn’t rest until he got what his heart desired (even till now he is still hustling) what’s holding you from chasing your dreams round the clock – Mo J to the double E D calls it “Clockwork”.

PS: Ask for God’s BLESSINGS always as you work/hustle round the clock.

  1. Blessings (feat. Oritse Femi) Yung6ix 3:46
  2. ClockWork (Prod. LeriQ) Mojeed

  DOWNLOAD: Yung6ix Ft. Oritse Femi – Blessings (5.3 MiB, 19,654 hits)

  DOWNLOAD: Mojeed – Clockwork (Prod. LeriQ) (4.7 MiB, 809 hits)

– Aworoghene Michael (@Oghene_Michael)

 

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Oghene Michael

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2 comments

  1. Michael you a great writer. you educated me on the history of Nigeria music industry. Oritse Femi is not just respected In Nigeria. He is here in Ghana too.

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