Page Kennedy, Remember the Game for Sega Genesis In Ice Cube's Tour Bus
#DXclusive: The "Weeds" actor/veteran MC from Detroit also reveals the cover art for "Straight Bars".
Detroit, MI – Actor/rapper Page Kennedy has tapped the brakes on the action to highlight to their music. After leaving her very personal Torn Pages LP in March, has been rolling out singles such as "The Story Of O. J.," and his most recent, "Made You Look", which features a cast of renowned MCs — KXNG Crooked, Elzhi, Mickey Factz, Cassidy, and King.
What many do not know is that the Motor City native has been working for years. His Hip-Hop connections date back to a time when The Notorious B. I. G., was still alive, and Ice Cube was not a great movie star.
"I've been doing rap since I was 7," Kennedy says HipHopDX. "I have opened sample of Biggie, Ice Cube, Method Man and Redman. I've been doing this. I never had an agreement and now, we are in a climate that rappers don't need deals most to be heard. So I used my next I gained by making people laugh to listen to what they really have to say.
#WeMissYouBig can't believe that 20 years has passed that they've gone. I remember the lighting of the stage before getting the crowd ready for his monster show. Getting ready to pull that money out in the crowd. I remember the talks and the advice they gave me. Jokes. The laughter. Jokes. And I'll never forget you telling me "you GOT the Page" in a day more big dog I'm, finally, going to make you feel proud. It took Me a lot of years, but the album is finally here. I hope you can find your big pimp king of the chair in the sky. Loves the man. #TornPages #Diddy @diddy
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During one of the Buckets stops in Clarkston, Michigan for the 1992 Lollapalooza music festival, Kennedy remembers getting a chance to kick in the N. W. A legend of the tour bus.
"When he was in Michigan, I used to go around the shows that he did with my boss at the time, Rodney L., which helps to address it," he explains. "Then, when I got a little older I started to open for him. I remember bein