As seen on http://realgutta.com shot in Philadelphia, PA. Newcomer rapper VAUGHN expresses his feelings for snitches over Jay-Z’s “IT WAS ALL GOOD JUST A WEEK AGO” instrumental that featured Too Short. Make sure to follow him on Twitter @vaughnyloso
LA Times reports — Donovan McNabb is no longer a member of the Minnesota Vikings. In case you’re having trouble keeping up, he is also no longer a member of the Philadelphia Eagles or the Washington Redskins.
For a guy who spent the first 11 years of his NFL career in Philadelphia — taking the Eagles to four NFC championships and one Super Bowl appearance — McNabb has become quite the journeyman lately. He was traded during the 2010 off-season to the Redskins, who released him after just one season.
He was picked up by Minnesota, where he lasted just six games as a starting quarterback (going 1-5 with only four touchdowns and five passes of 25-plus yards) and 11 games overall. The Vikings released McNabb on Thursday, a decision Coach Leslie Frazier described as mutual.
So what now for McNabb? The Chicago Bears and Houston Texans are two teams that jump to mind as possible destinations. Both are playoff contenders with issues at the quarterback position. The Bears very well could be without injured starter Jay Cutler for the rest of the year, and backup Caleb Hanie struggled in his first start last week.
The Texans have lost their top two quarterbacks — Matt Schaub and Matt Leinart — to injuries. But the Houston Chronicle is reporting that the team has no immediate interest in McNabb, with Coach Gary Kubiak apparently willing to stick with T.J. Yates as his starter.
The Dallas Cowboys, another playoff contender, also could use the services of someone like McNabb. While they are set with Tony Romo as their starter, backup Jon Kitna has been having back problems the last several weeks and might be out for the season.
The Bears and Cowboys are said to have put in waiver claims on quarterback Kyle Orton, who was cut last week by the Denver Broncos and eventually was awarded to the Kansas City Chiefs. If both teams make a run at McNabb on the waiver wire, Dallas would have priority over Chicago based on record and strength of schedule.
Where do you think McNabb should spend the rest of the 2011 season? With one of the teams mentioned above, or is there another you think could use his services? Or do you think it’s time for the veteran quarterback to call it quits? After all, things haven’t worked out so well with his last two teams.
You might as well Cut the Check because he has a point to prove. Hip-hop artist Fugetive, a native of Philadelphia whose stomping grounds are West Philly, is not above putting in long hours and hustling his music for the love of it like the Good Old Days of hip-hop. This is music you can move to and feel good, for your whip and still Flexible enough for the club, Fugetive is a diverse artist and definitely one to watch out for.
“You can’t get across the street without putting forth effort. I’m a workaholic. I don’t get much sleep”- Fugetive
Fugetive is an independent artist who is currently working on his mix tape ‘Break Out’ and debut album, ‘Point to Prove’. The mixtape boasts hits such as ‘Good Old Days’, a nostalgic trip that takes listeners on a vibe that allows recollections of the good life when kids were kids, enjoying barbeques and water fights and ‘Cut the Check’ . Both of these will be available for digital and CD release. He is ready to introduce his love for Hip-hop not only to the streets of Philadelphia but the entire Hip-hop nation. His music and performance energy has not only developed a strong following but what encompass’ his lyrical content are positive messages, feel good flow, life experiences and consciousness.
This is not your run of the mill rapper. Make no mistake about it, Fugetive will immediately clarify that he is not a rapper. “I’m not a rapper, I’m an artist” He spends countless hours in the studio perfecting his craft and creating music. With the skills necessary to have a career that will guarantee longevity, Fugetive is hands-on. This approach will surely allow him to move the crowd. Musically, he’s a true testament to his love of Hip-hop in its purest form without excluding new styles and techniques. He is open to embracing the future sound of hip-hop and is taking place in the evolution of good music. The powerful production behind his music, with party themes and hard hitting rhythmic chords allows Fugetive to run across all musical facets.
Fans can expect a high-volume of hits as the distribution of concurrent mix-tapes and hits reach them via C4 Entertainment. Fugetive is on the rise and his highly coveted inventive flow and creativity represents what industry executives are in search of.
For more information contact: Cherrell René at firstname.lastname@example.org