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white gold: In search of 2020's WHITE GOLD
white gold: In search of 2020's WHITE GOLD

In search of 2020's WHITE GOLD

white gold: When you run out of filters so you use that white gold
white gold: When you run out of filters so you use that white gold

When you run out of filters so you use that white gold

white gold: When you need that white gold but you know that Karen and her spawn are gonna be at the store
white gold: When you need that white gold but you know that Karen and her spawn are gonna be at the store

When you need that white gold but you know that Karen and her spawn are gonna be at the store

white gold: rapbasement: Al-le-go-ry: A story, poem, or picture that can be interpreted to reveal a hidden meaning, typically a moral or political one.⁣ ⁣ The last Royce Da 5'99" project is made of boom bap beats, a lot of bars and a lot of featurings. ⁣ The album starts with a conversation between motivational speaker Derrick Grace and his daughter about financial responsibility, the “father and sister” duo will appear in the following skits throughout the album, touching topics like freedom, financial freedom and hustling.⁣ The detroit rapper wrote about black people freedom (Black Savage on all), wisdom, hustling, of course punchlines (see the track “FUBU”), trying to speak even to the youth in tracks like “Young World” (featuring in facts two youngs rappers like G Perico and Vince Staples) and “Rhinestone Doo Rag” which lenght’s is about 1 minute only.⁣ There is even a skit “Perspective” where Eminem talks about racism in the music industry and a diss to Yelawolf in the track “Overcomer"⁣ He close the project with “Hero”, where he pays tribute to his father over a really sweet instrumental.⁣ ⁣ Top Tracks: ⁣ “Pendulum” feat. Ashley Sorrell⁣ “On The Block” feat. DJ Premier & Oswin Benjamin⁣ “Thou Shall” feat. Kid Vishis⁣ “FUBU” feat. Conway the Machine⁣ “Young World” feat. Vince Staples & G Perico⁣ “My People Free” feat. Ashley Sorrell⁣ “Hero” feat. White Gold⁣ ⁣ Let us know what do you think about “The Allegory”!⁣ ⁣ Rap Basement. Your daily dose of rap shit! 💿https://www.instagram.com/p/B83_X3lJvQf/?igshid=1qtft43gdkpyp
white gold: rapbasement:

Al-le-go-ry: A story, poem, or picture that can be interpreted to reveal a hidden meaning, typically a moral or political one.⁣
⁣

The last Royce Da 5'99" project is made of boom bap beats, a lot of bars and a lot of featurings. ⁣
The album starts with a conversation between motivational speaker Derrick Grace and his daughter about financial responsibility, the “father and sister” duo will appear in the following skits throughout the album, touching topics like freedom, financial freedom and hustling.⁣
The detroit rapper wrote about black people freedom (Black Savage on all), wisdom, hustling, of course punchlines (see the track “FUBU”), trying to speak even to the youth in tracks like “Young World” (featuring in facts two youngs rappers like G Perico and Vince Staples) and “Rhinestone Doo Rag” which lenght’s is about 1 minute only.⁣
There is even a skit “Perspective” where Eminem talks about racism in the music industry and a diss to Yelawolf in the track “Overcomer"⁣
He close the project with “Hero”, where he pays tribute to his father over a really sweet instrumental.⁣
⁣

Top Tracks: ⁣
“Pendulum” feat. Ashley Sorrell⁣
“On The Block” feat. DJ Premier & Oswin Benjamin⁣
“Thou Shall” feat. Kid Vishis⁣
“FUBU” feat. Conway the Machine⁣
“Young World” feat. Vince Staples & G Perico⁣
“My People Free” feat. Ashley Sorrell⁣
“Hero” feat. White Gold⁣
⁣

Let us know what do you think about “The Allegory”!⁣
⁣

Rap Basement. Your daily dose of rap shit! 💿https://www.instagram.com/p/B83_X3lJvQf/?igshid=1qtft43gdkpyp

rapbasement: Al-le-go-ry: A story, poem, or picture that can be interpreted to reveal a hidden meaning, typically a moral or political o...

white gold: You scroll so far down that you’ve hit white gold
white gold: You scroll so far down that you’ve hit white gold

You scroll so far down that you’ve hit white gold

white gold: Me, telling my mom about my adventures in retrieving the precious white gold in these dark times.
white gold: Me, telling my mom about my adventures in retrieving the precious white gold in these dark times.

Me, telling my mom about my adventures in retrieving the precious white gold in these dark times.

white gold: Well boys I found some white gold
white gold: Well boys I found some white gold

Well boys I found some white gold

white gold: rapbasement: Al-le-go-ry: A story, poem, or picture that can be interpreted to reveal a hidden meaning, typically a moral or political one.⁣ ⁣ The last Royce Da 5'99" project is made of boom bap beats, a lot of bars and a lot of featurings. ⁣ The album starts with a conversation between motivational speaker Derrick Grace and his daughter about financial responsibility, the “father and sister” duo will appear in the following skits throughout the album, touching topics like freedom, financial freedom and hustling.⁣ The detroit rapper wrote about black people freedom (Black Savage on all), wisdom, hustling, of course punchlines (see the track “FUBU”), trying to speak even to the youth in tracks like “Young World” (featuring in facts two youngs rappers like G Perico and Vince Staples) and “Rhinestone Doo Rag” which lenght’s is about 1 minute only.⁣ There is even a skit “Perspective” where Eminem talks about racism in the music industry and a diss to Yelawolf in the track “Overcomer"⁣ He close the project with “Hero”, where he pays tribute to his father over a really sweet instrumental.⁣ ⁣ Top Tracks: ⁣ “Pendulum” feat. Ashley Sorrell⁣ “On The Block” feat. DJ Premier & Oswin Benjamin⁣ “Thou Shall” feat. Kid Vishis⁣ “FUBU” feat. Conway the Machine⁣ “Young World” feat. Vince Staples & G Perico⁣ “My People Free” feat. Ashley Sorrell⁣ “Hero” feat. White Gold⁣ ⁣ Let us know what do you think about “The Allegory”!⁣ ⁣ Rap Basement. Your daily dose of rap shit! 💿https://www.instagram.com/p/B83_X3lJvQf/?igshid=1qtft43gdkpyp
white gold: rapbasement:

Al-le-go-ry: A story, poem, or picture that can be interpreted to reveal a hidden meaning, typically a moral or political one.⁣
⁣

The last Royce Da 5'99" project is made of boom bap beats, a lot of bars and a lot of featurings. ⁣
The album starts with a conversation between motivational speaker Derrick Grace and his daughter about financial responsibility, the “father and sister” duo will appear in the following skits throughout the album, touching topics like freedom, financial freedom and hustling.⁣
The detroit rapper wrote about black people freedom (Black Savage on all), wisdom, hustling, of course punchlines (see the track “FUBU”), trying to speak even to the youth in tracks like “Young World” (featuring in facts two youngs rappers like G Perico and Vince Staples) and “Rhinestone Doo Rag” which lenght’s is about 1 minute only.⁣
There is even a skit “Perspective” where Eminem talks about racism in the music industry and a diss to Yelawolf in the track “Overcomer"⁣
He close the project with “Hero”, where he pays tribute to his father over a really sweet instrumental.⁣
⁣

Top Tracks: ⁣
“Pendulum” feat. Ashley Sorrell⁣
“On The Block” feat. DJ Premier & Oswin Benjamin⁣
“Thou Shall” feat. Kid Vishis⁣
“FUBU” feat. Conway the Machine⁣
“Young World” feat. Vince Staples & G Perico⁣
“My People Free” feat. Ashley Sorrell⁣
“Hero” feat. White Gold⁣
⁣

Let us know what do you think about “The Allegory”!⁣
⁣

Rap Basement. Your daily dose of rap shit! 💿https://www.instagram.com/p/B83_X3lJvQf/?igshid=1qtft43gdkpyp

rapbasement: Al-le-go-ry: A story, poem, or picture that can be interpreted to reveal a hidden meaning, typically a moral or political o...

white gold: Shredding the white gold
white gold: Shredding the white gold

Shredding the white gold

white gold: rapbasement: Al-le-go-ry: A story, poem, or picture that can be interpreted to reveal a hidden meaning, typically a moral or political one.⁣ ⁣ The last Royce Da 5'99" project is made of boom bap beats, a lot of bars and a lot of featurings. ⁣ The album starts with a conversation between motivational speaker Derrick Grace and his daughter about financial responsibility, the “father and sister” duo will appear in the following skits throughout the album, touching topics like freedom, financial freedom and hustling.⁣ The detroit rapper wrote about black people freedom (Black Savage on all), wisdom, hustling, of course punchlines (see the track “FUBU”), trying to speak even to the youth in tracks like “Young World” (featuring in facts two youngs rappers like G Perico and Vince Staples) and “Rhinestone Doo Rag” which lenght’s is about 1 minute only.⁣ There is even a skit “Perspective” where Eminem talks about racism in the music industry and a diss to Yelawolf in the track “Overcomer"⁣ He close the project with “Hero”, where he pays tribute to his father over a really sweet instrumental.⁣ ⁣ Top Tracks: ⁣ “Pendulum” feat. Ashley Sorrell⁣ “On The Block” feat. DJ Premier & Oswin Benjamin⁣ “Thou Shall” feat. Kid Vishis⁣ “FUBU” feat. Conway the Machine⁣ “Young World” feat. Vince Staples & G Perico⁣ “My People Free” feat. Ashley Sorrell⁣ “Hero” feat. White Gold⁣ ⁣ Let us know what do you think about “The Allegory”!⁣ ⁣ Rap Basement. Your daily dose of rap shit! 💿https://www.instagram.com/p/B83_X3lJvQf/?igshid=1qtft43gdkpyp
white gold: rapbasement:

Al-le-go-ry: A story, poem, or picture that can be interpreted to reveal a hidden meaning, typically a moral or political one.⁣
⁣

The last Royce Da 5'99" project is made of boom bap beats, a lot of bars and a lot of featurings. ⁣
The album starts with a conversation between motivational speaker Derrick Grace and his daughter about financial responsibility, the “father and sister” duo will appear in the following skits throughout the album, touching topics like freedom, financial freedom and hustling.⁣
The detroit rapper wrote about black people freedom (Black Savage on all), wisdom, hustling, of course punchlines (see the track “FUBU”), trying to speak even to the youth in tracks like “Young World” (featuring in facts two youngs rappers like G Perico and Vince Staples) and “Rhinestone Doo Rag” which lenght’s is about 1 minute only.⁣
There is even a skit “Perspective” where Eminem talks about racism in the music industry and a diss to Yelawolf in the track “Overcomer"⁣
He close the project with “Hero”, where he pays tribute to his father over a really sweet instrumental.⁣
⁣

Top Tracks: ⁣
“Pendulum” feat. Ashley Sorrell⁣
“On The Block” feat. DJ Premier & Oswin Benjamin⁣
“Thou Shall” feat. Kid Vishis⁣
“FUBU” feat. Conway the Machine⁣
“Young World” feat. Vince Staples & G Perico⁣
“My People Free” feat. Ashley Sorrell⁣
“Hero” feat. White Gold⁣
⁣

Let us know what do you think about “The Allegory”!⁣
⁣

Rap Basement. Your daily dose of rap shit! 💿https://www.instagram.com/p/B83_X3lJvQf/?igshid=1qtft43gdkpyp

rapbasement: Al-le-go-ry: A story, poem, or picture that can be interpreted to reveal a hidden meaning, typically a moral or political o...

white gold: rapbasement: Al-le-go-ry: A story, poem, or picture that can be interpreted to reveal a hidden meaning, typically a moral or political one.⁣ ⁣ The last Royce Da 5'99" project is made of boom bap beats, a lot of bars and a lot of featurings. ⁣ The album starts with a conversation between motivational speaker Derrick Grace and his daughter about financial responsibility, the “father and sister” duo will appear in the following skits throughout the album, touching topics like freedom, financial freedom and hustling.⁣ The detroit rapper wrote about black people freedom (Black Savage on all), wisdom, hustling, of course punchlines (see the track “FUBU”), trying to speak even to the youth in tracks like “Young World” (featuring in facts two youngs rappers like G Perico and Vince Staples) and “Rhinestone Doo Rag” which lenght’s is about 1 minute only.⁣ There is even a skit “Perspective” where Eminem talks about racism in the music industry and a diss to Yelawolf in the track “Overcomer"⁣ He close the project with “Hero”, where he pays tribute to his father over a really sweet instrumental.⁣ ⁣ Top Tracks: ⁣ “Pendulum” feat. Ashley Sorrell⁣ “On The Block” feat. DJ Premier & Oswin Benjamin⁣ “Thou Shall” feat. Kid Vishis⁣ “FUBU” feat. Conway the Machine⁣ “Young World” feat. Vince Staples & G Perico⁣ “My People Free” feat. Ashley Sorrell⁣ “Hero” feat. White Gold⁣ ⁣ Let us know what do you think about “The Allegory”!⁣ ⁣ Rap Basement. Your daily dose of rap shit! 💿https://www.instagram.com/p/B83_X3lJvQf/?igshid=1qtft43gdkpyp
white gold: rapbasement:

Al-le-go-ry: A story, poem, or picture that can be interpreted to reveal a hidden meaning, typically a moral or political one.⁣
⁣

The last Royce Da 5'99" project is made of boom bap beats, a lot of bars and a lot of featurings. ⁣
The album starts with a conversation between motivational speaker Derrick Grace and his daughter about financial responsibility, the “father and sister” duo will appear in the following skits throughout the album, touching topics like freedom, financial freedom and hustling.⁣
The detroit rapper wrote about black people freedom (Black Savage on all), wisdom, hustling, of course punchlines (see the track “FUBU”), trying to speak even to the youth in tracks like “Young World” (featuring in facts two youngs rappers like G Perico and Vince Staples) and “Rhinestone Doo Rag” which lenght’s is about 1 minute only.⁣
There is even a skit “Perspective” where Eminem talks about racism in the music industry and a diss to Yelawolf in the track “Overcomer"⁣
He close the project with “Hero”, where he pays tribute to his father over a really sweet instrumental.⁣
⁣

Top Tracks: ⁣
“Pendulum” feat. Ashley Sorrell⁣
“On The Block” feat. DJ Premier & Oswin Benjamin⁣
“Thou Shall” feat. Kid Vishis⁣
“FUBU” feat. Conway the Machine⁣
“Young World” feat. Vince Staples & G Perico⁣
“My People Free” feat. Ashley Sorrell⁣
“Hero” feat. White Gold⁣
⁣

Let us know what do you think about “The Allegory”!⁣
⁣

Rap Basement. Your daily dose of rap shit! 💿https://www.instagram.com/p/B83_X3lJvQf/?igshid=1qtft43gdkpyp

rapbasement: Al-le-go-ry: A story, poem, or picture that can be interpreted to reveal a hidden meaning, typically a moral or political o...

white gold: This guy is such a white gold mine
white gold: This guy is such a white gold mine

This guy is such a white gold mine

white gold: In Mean Girls (2004), Regina bans Gretchen from wearing white gold hoops, and at the end of the movie, we see Gretchen rocking them once she's free from The Plastics.
white gold: In Mean Girls (2004), Regina bans Gretchen from wearing white gold hoops, and at the end of the movie, we see Gretchen rocking them once she's free from The Plastics.

In Mean Girls (2004), Regina bans Gretchen from wearing white gold hoops, and at the end of the movie, we see Gretchen rocking them once...

white gold: thewightknight 25% of the people have a 4th cone and see colors as they are Given the sudden interest for the color of dresses and vision, here some of the fascinating findings we did recently. The color nuances we see depend on the number and distribution of cones (=color receptors) in our eye. You can check this rainbow: how many color nuances do you count? You see less than 20 color nuances: you are a dichromats, like dogs, which means you have 2 types of cones only. You are likely to wear black, beige, and blue. 25% of the population is dichromat. You see between 20 and 32 color nuances: you are a trichromat, you have 3 types of cones (in the purple/blue, green and red area). You enjoy different colors as you can appreciate them. 50% of the population is trichromat. You see between 33 and 39 colors: you are a tetrachromat, like bees, and have 4 types of cones (in the purple/blue, green, red plus yellow area). You are irritated by yellow, so this color will be nowhere to be found wardrobe. 25% of the population is in your tetrachromat. You see more than 39 color nuances: come on, you are making up things! there are only 39 different colors in the test and probably only 35 are properly translated by your computer screen anyway :) It is highly probable that people who have an additional 4th cone do not get tricked by blue/black or white/gold dresses, no matter the background light ;) (x) afleshjackforblainecharitydrive I see 21 colors. I had no idea there are so many more. chocolatequeennk I see 35-39 colours, and I hate the colour yellow. That was actually what made me curious enough to stop scrolling and count. Who knew there was a scientific reason behind my colour preferences? So the idea here is that what I see as annoyingly, garishly bright, most people don't see as clearly, and that's why it's "cheerful?" (I've never understood that description of yellow.) sassyhail PRES I barely saw 18 or 19. Dang :/ straightboyfriend2 Im fucking colorblind randomlonelytorment I can see fuckin shit loads, That's how many I can see thegoddamnedmagpie This test is kind of taking yall for a ride, functional tetrachromacy is vanishingly rare in humans martyrcomplexx sounds like somebody's not tetrachromatic Source: thewightknight 308,230 notes Tetrachromacy (no idea if this test is legit. Probably not since everyone's screens have different color balance)
white gold: thewightknight
 25% of the people have a 4th cone and see
 colors as they are
 Given the sudden interest for the color
 of dresses and vision, here some of the
 fascinating findings we did recently.
 The color nuances we see depend on the
 number and distribution of cones (=color
 receptors) in our eye. You can check this
 rainbow: how many color nuances do you
 count?
 You see less than 20 color nuances: you are a
 dichromats, like dogs, which means you have
 2 types of cones only. You are likely to wear
 black, beige, and blue. 25% of the population
 is dichromat.
 You see between 20 and 32 color nuances:
 you are a trichromat, you have 3 types of
 cones (in the purple/blue, green and red
 area). You enjoy different colors as you can
 appreciate them. 50% of the population is
 trichromat.
 You see between 33 and 39 colors: you are
 a tetrachromat, like bees, and have 4 types
 of cones (in the purple/blue, green, red
 plus yellow area). You are irritated by yellow,
 so this color will be nowhere to be found
 wardrobe. 25% of the population is
 in
 your
 tetrachromat.
 You see more than 39 color nuances: come
 on, you are making up things! there are only
 39 different colors in the test and probably
 only 35 are properly translated by your
 computer screen anyway :)
 It is highly probable that people who have
 an additional 4th cone do not get tricked by
 blue/black or white/gold dresses, no matter
 the background light ;)
 (x)
 afleshjackforblainecharitydrive
 I see 21 colors. I had no idea there are so
 many more.
 chocolatequeennk
 I see 35-39 colours, and I hate the colour
 yellow. That was actually what made me
 curious enough to stop scrolling and count.
 Who knew there was a scientific reason
 behind my colour preferences?
 So the idea here is that what I see as
 annoyingly, garishly bright, most people
 don't see as clearly, and that's why it's
 "cheerful?" (I've never understood that
 description of yellow.)
 sassyhail
 PRES
 I barely saw 18 or 19. Dang :/
 straightboyfriend2
 Im fucking colorblind
 randomlonelytorment
 I can see fuckin shit loads, That's how many I
 can see
 thegoddamnedmagpie
 This test is kind of taking yall for a ride,
 functional tetrachromacy is vanishingly rare
 in humans
 martyrcomplexx
 sounds like somebody's not tetrachromatic
 Source: thewightknight
 308,230 notes
Tetrachromacy (no idea if this test is legit. Probably not since everyone's screens have different color balance)

Tetrachromacy (no idea if this test is legit. Probably not since everyone's screens have different color balance)