Archive for October, 2009

Butts!!!!

So,…I’m on the train today on my way to work and i saw this guy (I’m going to call him Mike, he looked like a Mike) break his neck to look at this girls butts.

Breaking Necks

Breaking Necks

Honestly,..I don’t understand what the hype about butts is. Cuz even the girls with no butts still get attention off of guys. Now I was curious to see what Mike was looking at and if it was worth him breaking his neck for, and this girl (i’m going to call her Sarah, her butt looked like a Sarah) so i turned around and i saw Sarah wearing beige slacks. They fit very loosely in the right spots and tight in the right spot. Honestly, it was worth Mike breaking his neck. But one thing that bothered me was the panty line. Personally, me? I like to wear panties and i can’t be without them. And i honestly dont like thongs. So I try not to wear pants that show a panty line cuz my panty line will always show. I refuse!! I think Sarah thought the same way i did, cuz she had the crazy panty line, but because she was wearing these pants that fit her legs and butts so perfect, the panty line looked acceptable.

Panty Lines :(

Panty Lines 😦

I’ve had this conversation numerous times, because i think every girl wants to know. What runs through a guys mind? in general. I wonder what Mike was thinking when he saw Sarah walking by.In the quick second it took him to turn around, was he thinking about how he wanted to approach her, where he would take her to dinner, how he would try to rush through the movie and then later take her to his place and slowly find his way to remove the panty line, because that’s all he was thinking about the entire time. Cuz I’m sure that when Sarah walked out of her house she purposely wore these pants and these pantys to TRY and break a guys neck. She knows the power her butt holds. She knows that her future will land in her butt.

Removing the Panty Line

Removing the Panty Line

I tried to ask the question on facebook to see what my friends thought of panty lines and it was all, “It Depends” like wtf does “It Depends” mean?

I see some of those girls that wear the too small pantys that make it seem like they have 4 butt cheeks. Or the girls that obviously need to do laundry that are wearing there granny pantys and the pantys are bunched up in the pants. Do guys still think thats sexy?

Would Mike have broken his neck if Sarah was wearing her granny pantys?

Or

Are guys just generally perverted and no matter the shape size or smell, they still love the butt and the panty line that comes with it?

Something to think about,…

TTYL

NH ❤

“Keep It Going” J-Train

So yesterday was a pretty awesome day.

Before I start though, let me introduce you to our artist. We have J-Train are these two great guys who just happen to be brothers; Dynasty and GP The Producer. The great thing about this duo is that they sound great together. Together they’re magnificent. They truly complete each other, artistically speaking of course.

So let me continue with yesterday. J-Train started recording there second video for “Keep It Going” (The first one was for “Cynthia Song”) and it was definitely a day worth blogging about. I saw them at the end of the day and I swear, I’ve never seen them so tired, they looked so drained. I saw the clips of the video they did, and I can understand why.

As New Yorkers we have access to the root of Hip Hop in our hearts, so it only seemed right to go to 5 pointz and shoot a music video. While there, guess who they ran into?? Grandmaster Caz. Now to some, he may seem like a big no one,…but those that know real Hip Hop, know Grandmaster Caz became known as the first DJ to incorporate his rhymes to his DJing. So to meet him, was not only a shock, but an honor as well. Of course he was asked to make an appearance in the video but his manager said no cuz they were on a schedule, which is understandable. They were in the middle of shooting, and without warning, cuz he liked what he heard, he just walked right in there and just gave a shout out to our boys, DYNASTY and GP the Producer. How effen awesome is that??

Grandmaster Caz

Grandmaster Caz

From there they went to what makes New York,…well,…New York. The first time I went here was my first 4th of July with Harts. It was the most beautiful place and I had a great view of the fireworks. No not the ones that sparked between me and Harts, but the ones that lit up the dark night. This place is so hidden but so beautiful and friggen amazing. Dumbo. No, not the elephant, but the place hidden right underneath the Brooklyn bridge. I honestly think this is one of the only real residential places in New York City (not state) that has REAL grass (not the type you smoke) water AND a view. Feels real old school but brand new at the same time. Makes you feel like Dorothy sometimes, but don’t worry Toto, there’s no place like home.  Luckily for us, we live in the place that never sleeps.

After a wonderful view, comes along running from the cops. Well not technically running from them, but it was pretty scary. Again in Dumbo, it was a great view, so of course we have to take advantage of it right? Unfortunately they didn’t know that they needed a permit to enter the place and in the middle of the shoot the cops come around and try to kick em out. They left before shit got heated, but like the smartest person alive, Harts forgot his bag and had to sneak back in before the cop saw him. Yeah, I told you. Smartest person alive lolsz. But I still love him.

Well it’s getting kinda late and we still got the video to work on. We’ll keep you posted.


TTYL
NH ❤

A New Respect For Hip Hop

When I was first asked to write this blog I actually laughed at the idea of me writing it. I mean, when my friends find out that I, yeah, ME, am writing a blog on Hip Hop they’d crack up laughing. I’m the last person you’d expected.

hip hop

hip hop

I was the girl who tried so hard to rebel. It never worked, but I did try. I was the girl that hung out with the same crew everyday but I was trying to find myself. I was the rocker chick, the ghetto chick, the loud ass-bitch all @ once. When you’re a teenager it’s really hard to figure out how life works out. Fast forward a few years later, and I met my now husband, Harts. Turns out me and him were the same people living the same life just in different times. Everything I was going thru, he had gone thru. Turns out, guys and girls deal with the same issues growing up. We just all handle it differently.

I was the rocker chick because all my friends were into r&b, hip hop and everything in between.

My First Group I Enjoyed- not hip hop

When I met Harts, I started to understand the big hype about Hip Hop. He taught me about the importance that Hip Hop has bought to us as a society. I started to understand how this movement came about and why it is as important as it is. Being who I am and who I will always be, I’m still trying to rebel against the Hip Hop cultural. But the more I learn about Hip Hop and the more involve I become with “It’s Hartstop Records” the more I’m understanding the importance of Hip Hop.

I think me actually caving in to start writing this blog, is my way of rebelling who I WAS. Cuz who I’m turning into, is still in the making. Who I am, is Nadyne Harts!

TTYL

NH ❤