“I’ve been successful as an artist, and have been happy and unhappy, and I’ve been unknown in Liverpool or Hamburg and been happy and unhappy. But what Yoko’s taught me is what the real success is – the success of my personality, the success of my relationship with her and the child, my relationship with the world… and to be happy when I wake up. It has nothing to do with rock machinery or not rock machinery.”—John Lennon on happiness
Zilla Rocca, Curly Castro and Has-Lo, a.k.a. Wrecking Crew, team up on this homage to a Wu-Tang Clan classic. They hit this one out of the park. 2 Internet points to you if you can guess which classic Wu-Tang track they reworked.
“I imagine that one of the reasons people cling to their hates so stubbornly is because they sense, once hate is gone, that they will be forced to deal with pain.”—James Baldwin (Notes of a Native Son)