Many rappers today want to tell you about their wealth — the designer clothes, the luxury cars, the endless fountains of champagne. Not Khemist. This Philadelphia-based rapper and poet just released a new single called “I Been On a Budget” that exposes the difficult life of the starving artist. The song’s composition calls back to jazz rap of the early 1990s as defined by groups such as A Tribe Called Quest and Digable Planets. A combination of bass, drums, and horns underscore Khemist’s verses and emphasizes that, while a musician’s struggle to make ends meet is not new, it still matters.
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You have seen her every where and heard her catch phrase"Cash Me Ouss Side,Hoe bout Dat!". From Tv to Instagram even on the MTV Movie and Tv Awards Danielle Bregoli Has gone from out of control teen to the youngest rapper on the Billboards chart.
But is it earned talent or glorified behavior?
Danielle Bregoli who was born in Boynton Beach, Florida on February 22, 2003 is now seen as an American television and social media personality. After her appearance on Dr. Phil In Sept. 2016, to discuss her home life, which was described as a lying, stealing, provocative and disrespectful. Danielle’s mother also claimed the then 13-year-old was a serial runaway who physically attacked her. WTF Are you serious this child needs help not a TV show! To go on during her interview with Dr. Phil, she became agitated with the audience and suggested, in her own unique way, that anyone with a problem should meet her outside. “Cash me outside, how bow dah?” became an internet meme overnight, spawning many, always evolving, variations. As of Feb. 10, 2017, Danielle has 3.8 million followers on Instagram.
As a result of her appearance on Dr.Phil she spent four and a half months at a school and residential program for troubled teens called Turn-About Ranch.