To be more specific I am talking about YelloPain and Yella Beezy. I am not even sure if they even know each other but both of these guys have strong vibes and gravitate towards the color yellow and elevates the hue in lyrical dimension. Let's separate work from primary color and let's begin with Yella Beezy:
It's no secret that I'm from Texas and that I love southern rap, but most importantly I love family and inclusivity; Yella Beezy is from Dallas, TX and he brings all of his fam & friends into view while pushing real talk. Community equals unity; it is through Yella Beezy that I have met P. Tubs [@2:24]. I like the way that he encourages himself among his peers at the end of his verse. "P. Tubs hold your head; your momma loves you baby." Self encouragement and affirmations are a must. Yella Beezy is about family & friends and I will always dig that. Life isn't much without them.
Then there's YelloPain. This brother's intellect and conveying technique is insane! Hot dang! After you see this video you won't forget his name:
YelloPain is from Dayton, Ohio and if you know me at all, you know that I love me some Ohio Players, but somehow I don't think even they influenced YelloPains service to Americans by and large. You do not have to tell me just how much you have learned from watching the video. It is the very definition of all-inclusive. I enjoyed YelloPain's white board scene and how the pupil capacity was composed of his elders. In other words, he's taking us all to school. Personally, I love school and am happy to tag along with YelloPain and most definitely summit with him.
Everyone should have this video on constant loop right now. Please be sure to share it with your neighbors, doctors, nurses, lawyers, realtors, family and in particularly if they are unemployed. Everyone needs a refresher course on Government, the branches and how they work.
YelloPains "My Vote Don't Count" video is a great reason to bring YO! MTV Raps back. On the real, Fab5Freddy introduced me to this video today and it blew me away. ABC's SCHOOL HOUSE ROCK could sponsor it as a Saturday morning video to run in between cartoons. I'd watch it. Better than that, Oprah should run it on her network. That's really not a bad idea. It's an opportunity for her to merge with rap and at its platform for progress. Also, Oprah looks good in yellow. Right?