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Trippz - Words - 2 Bucks (Featuring Boombox Diciples) This is the oldest song on the album. I was 17, and very broke. I learned quickly what it was to be a broke artist. spending most of your life balancing the bare minimum requirement of income to pay for.... whatever a 17 year old needs, and studio time, and the absolute rest of your time making music and partying. It was never about the money. It was about the lifestyle. But I was ALWAYS BROKE! Sonik and Big Chayne (Boombox Diciples) were big influences in my young rap-eagar life. Being incredibly talented, and although several years older than me, just as poor as I was, which was encouraging because they were also happy with making music. So here's 17 year old trippz satirically expressing the life of the voluntary poor. And 27 year old trippz laughing that it's 10 years later and although i'm significantly more skilled, well known, and convinced I've found a career, I'm still not wealthy. But this has been a wonderful 10,000 hours, and I do feel prepared to pursue music indefinitely. I don't need to be a member of the nauseatingly wealthy. But I will stay afloat from making music, and although I am not there yet, everyday of struggle is worth always living my dream. Enjoy! Produced by Sonik Hip-Hop http://www.sonikhiphop.com Written and performed by Trippz, Sonik, and Big Chayne Check out Boombox Diciples latest album on Spotify https://open.spotify.com/album/3Uc3W7irYkWuajEKBWE0Bx?si=8lTxMqrYQDOLyZ0u2X3KZA

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This is the oldest song on the album. I was 17, and very broke. I learned quickly what it was to be a broke artist. spending most of your life balancing the bare minimum requirement of income to pay for.... whatever a 17 year old needs, and studio time, and the absolute rest of your time making music and partying. It was never about the money. It was about the lifestyle. But I was ALWAYS BROKE! Sonik and Big Chayne (Boombox Diciples) were big influences in my young rap-eagar life. Being incredibly talented, and although several years older than me, just as poor as I was, which was encouraging because they were also happy with making music. So here's 17 year old trippz satirically expressing the life of the voluntary poor. And 27 year old trippz laughing that it's 10 years later and although i'm significantly more skilled, well known, and convinced I've found a career, I'm still not wealthy. But this has been a wonderful 10,000 hours, and I do feel prepared to pursue music indefinitely. I don't need to be a member of the nauseatingly wealthy. But I will stay afloat from making music, and although I am not there yet, everyday of struggle is worth always living my dream. Enjoy! Produced by Sonik Hip-Hop http://www.sonikhiphop.com Written and performed by Trippz, Sonik, and Big Chayne Check out Boombox Diciples latest album on Spotify https://open.spotify.com/album/3Uc3W7irYkWuajEKBWE0Bx?si=8lTxMqrYQDOLyZ0u2X3KZA
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Flower House  4 years ago
 
Nice track!
Trippz  4 years ago
 
[New Release] This is the oldest song on the album. I was 17, and very broke. I learned quickly what it was to be a broke artist. spending most of you...
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