This lil boy is singing a catchy little song that sounds real similar to Fetty Wap’s “Trap Queen.” Would you consider this cultural appropriation? Or if this boy wasn’t white would it even be an issue? Whats your opinion? Say it how you feel it. #DoReMe
Via CNN Money: Safiyyah Cotton makes $7.50 an hour working at McDonald’s. So how does she stretch her budget? With a lot of help from the government. Here’s a look inside the life and budget of a low-wage worker. Do we need to raise minimum wage? Is decreasing Government funding truly beneficial? Say it how you […]
Via Las Vegas Review Journal: John Whiteside went into his local Wells Fargo Bank branch to have a document notarized for his church. By the time he left, he said, he had withdrawn all of his money, closed his account and accused branch employees of discriminating against him on religious grounds. Whiteside is the founder of the […]
Via The School of Life: When it comes to our love lives, it’s natural to think that we’d ideally want to get together with someone ‘nice’. But in reality, nice people can be a very frightening prospect indeed – especially if we don’t like ourselves very much. Do you think there is any truth to the […]
It seems all the craze is about how to have a spiritual awakening and the awakening movement. And it’s true, the number of awakening people are rising in mass numbers across the globe and what could be more exciting! Yet, while all of the focus has been “its time to wake up” “it’s time to remember who […]
Yannic & Carey Fountain go bar for bar to bring you a very clever song over this hypnotic Yannic produced beat. Which MC can kill the other? Appropriately put “This One Goes”.
Carey Fountain brings you a light-hearted feel good video. Ronald Reagan is a short self-produced song full of optimism for the bright future for the artist. With 2015 fresh in Fountain wants to make an appoint to show that him and the DoReMe crew plan to make this year a big one.
Carey Fountain, spits a chill swagger driven freestyle over Spaceghostpurrp’s classic “Grind On Me” instrumental. Carey combines his unique flow with lyrics that preach a message on the thought process of an individual focused on achieving their goals without the need of validation and acceptance from others. Sit back, relax and enjoy “Validation Freestyle.”
DMV natives Carey Fountain & Nonchalant ace team up to bring you a Northern VA anthem. Do Diss provides listeners with a simple but hard-hitting Carey Fountain produced beat combined with lyricism to illustrate while the two artists are in a lane of their own.
Carey combines his slow sultry flow with a euphoric smooth melodic beat on “Love Shit” to illustrate the trials and tribulations of love through the often overlooked male perspective, with a video that helps to illustrate the song in which Carey is a player trying to juggle multiple women. While his charm helps take him […]