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  • Me and my Og from Cali . If you need to be approved by someone else , to believe you are , who you say you are , then you must not believe through God anything is possible . Dream big and die giving your all . To achieve is to believe . ALLAH FIRST BEFORE THE HEARSE . #music #masterp #womenenpowerment #nolimit #allah #islam #equality #peace
  • Me and my Og from Cali . If you need to be approved by someone else , to believe you are , who you say you are , then you must not believe through God anything is possible . Dream big and die giving your all . To achieve is to believe . ALLAH FIRST BEFORE THE HEARSE . #music #masterp #womenenpowerment #nolimit #allah #islam #equality #peace
  •  125  6  24 March, 2019
  • RepostBy @mrsjciceron: "I LOVE history. Learning of my own people's history has shaped so much of who I am. 🇭🇹 Credit: @authenticappeal
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Saint-Domingue used to have a three-tiered society, which was instated by the French and consisted of wealthy whites (grand blancs), free people of color (affranchis) and enslaved blacks (noirs). There was also a class of poor whites (petits blancs) who weren’t as wealthy as the free Slaves, but they still considered themselves socially superior to them. During the Haitian Revolution, which lasted from 1791 to 1804 a surge of refugees white and black  flooded Louisiana, particularly New Orleans, taking their customs and beliefs with them. New Orleans, which had been colonized by the French, already had a similar caste system, with many free people of color who were land-owning and wealthy
Today, many New Orleanians, black and white, trace their ancestral roots to Haiti. 
You can still see that Haitian influence everywhere in the city, from the architecture to the music to the food. 
What would New Orleans be without its Creole cuisine? Most people believe that the famous creole dishes in New Orleans  derived from France when in fact its flavors and ingredients are heavily influenced by the Haitians who migrated there, who were primarily African-born. Rice and beans are a staple of Caribbean culture and many Creole dishes include them: gumbo and red beans and rice.
If you walk around the French Quarter, you’ll see many iron-wrought balconies that were designed during the time Spain had dominion over New Orleans, which was 1763 to 1803. However, street names like Carondelet and Bienville are a constant reminder of French influence. One type of architecture that was derived from Haiti was the Creole cottage, with its full front porch and gabled roof. This type of house is thought to have evolved from the French and Spanish colonial forms. #Repost @creolebelleorganics 
#neworleans #frenchquarter #haiti #ayiti #okap #caphaitian #lilwayne #1804 #caphaitien #sakpase #zoelife #bourbonstreet #haitianrevolution #louisiana #creole #cashmoneyrecords #masterp #souljaslim #authenticappeal #beingcreole #kréyollalwizyàn #louisianacreole"
  • RepostBy @mrsjciceron: "I LOVE history. Learning of my own people's history has shaped so much of who I am. 🇭🇹 Credit: @authenticappeal
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    Saint-Domingue used to have a three-tiered society, which was instated by the French and consisted of wealthy whites (grand blancs), free people of color (affranchis) and enslaved blacks (noirs). There was also a class of poor whites (petits blancs) who weren’t as wealthy as the free Slaves, but they still considered themselves socially superior to them. During the Haitian Revolution, which lasted from 1791 to 1804 a surge of refugees white and black flooded Louisiana, particularly New Orleans, taking their customs and beliefs with them. New Orleans, which had been colonized by the French, already had a similar caste system, with many free people of color who were land-owning and wealthy
    Today, many New Orleanians, black and white, trace their ancestral roots to Haiti. 
    You can still see that Haitian influence everywhere in the city, from the architecture to the music to the food.
    What would New Orleans be without its Creole cuisine? Most people believe that the famous creole dishes in New Orleans derived from France when in fact its flavors and ingredients are heavily influenced by the Haitians who migrated there, who were primarily African-born. Rice and beans are a staple of Caribbean culture and many Creole dishes include them: gumbo and red beans and rice.
    If you walk around the French Quarter, you’ll see many iron-wrought balconies that were designed during the time Spain had dominion over New Orleans, which was 1763 to 1803. However, street names like Carondelet and Bienville are a constant reminder of French influence. One type of architecture that was derived from Haiti was the Creole cottage, with its full front porch and gabled roof. This type of house is thought to have evolved from the French and Spanish colonial forms. #Repost @creolebelleorganics
    #neworleans #frenchquarter #haiti #ayiti #okap #caphaitian #lilwayne #1804 #caphaitien #sakpase #zoelife #bourbonstreet #haitianrevolution #louisiana #creole #cashmoneyrecords #masterp #souljaslim #authenticappeal #beingcreole #kréyollalwizyàn #louisianacreole"
  •  8  0  24 March, 2019
  • Master P back in '97. during the "Ghetto D" era. "Ghetto D" was released around the time where the rap world was dealing with the deaths of 2Pac and Biggie. it was the album that truly represents the No Limit breakthrough. after the successful "Ice Cream Man" album, No Limit got right on the cusp of breaking out into the mainstream and they needed that one album to push them over the top. "Ghetto D" was that album. it had some controversy around it based on the title and the cover (which featured a drug addict smoking crack originally before it was changed), but aside from that, everything about this album hit on all cylinders for Master P and company. despite the lack of top tier lyricism on No Limit albums, they made hit records and that's undeniable. "Ghetto D" would end up going triple platinum, staking the claim for No Limit as a force to be reckoned with, and positioning Master P as one of the biggest names in hip hop. The Tank was stronger than ever after this album. what's y'all favorite track off "Ghetto D"???!!!... #masterp #southernhiphop #neworleansLA #nolimit #icecreamman #TRU #cmurder #silkktheshocker #imboutit #neworleans #classic #legendary #90shiphop #realhiphoponly #fuckmumblerap #1997
  • Master P back in '97. during the "Ghetto D" era. "Ghetto D" was released around the time where the rap world was dealing with the deaths of 2Pac and Biggie. it was the album that truly represents the No Limit breakthrough. after the successful "Ice Cream Man" album, No Limit got right on the cusp of breaking out into the mainstream and they needed that one album to push them over the top. "Ghetto D" was that album. it had some controversy around it based on the title and the cover (which featured a drug addict smoking crack originally before it was changed), but aside from that, everything about this album hit on all cylinders for Master P and company. despite the lack of top tier lyricism on No Limit albums, they made hit records and that's undeniable. "Ghetto D" would end up going triple platinum, staking the claim for No Limit as a force to be reckoned with, and positioning Master P as one of the biggest names in hip hop. The Tank was stronger than ever after this album. what's y'all favorite track off "Ghetto D"???!!!... #masterp #southernhiphop #neworleansLA #nolimit #icecreamman #TRU #cmurder #silkktheshocker #imboutit #neworleans #classic #legendary #90shiphop #realhiphoponly #fuckmumblerap #1997
  •  314  9  24 March, 2019
  • I was fkn wit da energy 🕊
#NeverTrip
  • I was fkn wit da energy 🕊
    #NeverTrip
  •  111  22  23 March, 2019
  • I LOVE history. Learning of my own people's history has shaped so much of who I am. 🇭🇹 Credit: @authenticappeal
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Saint-Domingue used to have a three-tiered society, which was instated by the French and consisted of wealthy whites (grand blancs), free people of color (affranchis) and enslaved blacks (noirs). There was also a class of poor whites (petits blancs) who weren’t as wealthy as the free Slaves, but they still considered themselves socially superior to them. During the Haitian Revolution, which lasted from 1791 to 1804 a surge of refugees white and black  flooded Louisiana, particularly New Orleans, taking their customs and beliefs with them. New Orleans, which had been colonized by the French, already had a similar caste system, with many free people of color who were land-owning and wealthy
Today, many New Orleanians, black and white, trace their ancestral roots to Haiti. 
You can still see that Haitian influence everywhere in the city, from the architecture to the music to the food. 
What would New Orleans be without its Creole cuisine? Most people believe that the famous creole dishes in New Orleans  derived from France when in fact its flavors and ingredients are heavily influenced by the Haitians who migrated there, who were primarily African-born. Rice and beans are a staple of Caribbean culture and many Creole dishes include them: gumbo and red beans and rice.
If you walk around the French Quarter, you’ll see many iron-wrought balconies that were designed during the time Spain had dominion over New Orleans, which was 1763 to 1803. However, street names like Carondelet and Bienville are a constant reminder of French influence. One type of architecture that was derived from Haiti was the Creole cottage, with its full front porch and gabled roof. This type of house is thought to have evolved from the French and Spanish colonial forms. #Repost @creolebelleorganics
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#neworleans #frenchquarter #haiti #ayiti #okap #caphaitian #lilwayne #1804 #caphaitien #sakpase #zoelife #bourbonstreet #haitianrevolution #louisiana #creole #cashmoneyrecords #masterp #souljaslim #authenticappeal #beingcreole #kréyollalwizyàn #louisianacreole
  • I LOVE history. Learning of my own people's history has shaped so much of who I am. 🇭🇹 Credit: @authenticappeal
    ・・・
    Saint-Domingue used to have a three-tiered society, which was instated by the French and consisted of wealthy whites (grand blancs), free people of color (affranchis) and enslaved blacks (noirs). There was also a class of poor whites (petits blancs) who weren’t as wealthy as the free Slaves, but they still considered themselves socially superior to them. During the Haitian Revolution, which lasted from 1791 to 1804 a surge of refugees white and black flooded Louisiana, particularly New Orleans, taking their customs and beliefs with them. New Orleans, which had been colonized by the French, already had a similar caste system, with many free people of color who were land-owning and wealthy
    Today, many New Orleanians, black and white, trace their ancestral roots to Haiti. 
    You can still see that Haitian influence everywhere in the city, from the architecture to the music to the food.
    What would New Orleans be without its Creole cuisine? Most people believe that the famous creole dishes in New Orleans derived from France when in fact its flavors and ingredients are heavily influenced by the Haitians who migrated there, who were primarily African-born. Rice and beans are a staple of Caribbean culture and many Creole dishes include them: gumbo and red beans and rice.
    If you walk around the French Quarter, you’ll see many iron-wrought balconies that were designed during the time Spain had dominion over New Orleans, which was 1763 to 1803. However, street names like Carondelet and Bienville are a constant reminder of French influence. One type of architecture that was derived from Haiti was the Creole cottage, with its full front porch and gabled roof. This type of house is thought to have evolved from the French and Spanish colonial forms. #Repost @creolebelleorganics
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    #neworleans #frenchquarter #haiti #ayiti #okap #caphaitian #lilwayne #1804 #caphaitien #sakpase #zoelife #bourbonstreet #haitianrevolution #louisiana #creole #cashmoneyrecords #masterp #souljaslim #authenticappeal #beingcreole #kréyollalwizyàn #louisianacreole
  •  42  0  23 March, 2019
  • Don’t make me #masterp 💋💯#ugk
  • Don’t make me #masterp 💋💯 #ugk
  •  5  0  23 March, 2019
  • •Stay Tuned•
  • •Stay Tuned•
  •  49  59  23 March, 2019
  • gotti, silk, and dmx
  • gotti, silk, and dmx
  •  9  3  23 March, 2019