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I came from a Urbana Illinois. To Decatur GA to a Rantoul Illinois. To a Job Corp Dorm in Indiana. North Vernon Indiana. Back to Illinois to Philadelphia. It's more people working hard everyday who need recognition. These stars is cool but the Blue Collar working class people are better. WE make the world turn. And I don't ever want to forget that. #BlueCollar #OverTimeGrind #OTGisWE

The time spent as a producer a rapper trying Dj selecting tracks for parties having multiple chicks helping them get their jobs done. Maintenance men. Multiple social media platforms. 15 -25 social media clients at one time. I guess all that was for the next round of my life. #Allah is the greatest of all planners. So imma roll with it. Honest. Hard working. Connected. Goal oriented. Serious. #OTGmanagement watch us win. And I'm looking for managers I can help manage.

The evolution of the #OTG logo. Just a idea I started on paper (the original drawing from 2010) back in Rantoul Illinois. To making the first version (the black one on the left) to Organo Gold coffee trying to sue me and me redesigning it and filing for the United States Patent and Trademark. To flyers to T-shirts to a world wide brand. Salute to @scorpdaboy and @animemoe for being Fam and tatting it on my hand and the start of the new brand Digital Kingpins crown. It's a super dope feeling…

Steel sharpens steel. I am my brothers keeper. Hard work pays off. #OverTimeGrind we can win together. Get right. Make it and win. Ain't nobody gonna give us the playbook. We gotta make our own. Some shit ain't working. If A don't work. Let's try B for a while. We ain't got forever. So we still mix A wit B now we winning. Results. At the end of the day everybody wants to have a good relationship. A good job. Take trips. Pay their bills. Take care of their family and kids. That's the common…

I be working hard trying get us to a place to provide opportunities and jobs. I pray daily. Shit is crazy.

My uncle. #RIP told me one day that I needed to get my shit together. That I could be a leader but because I spent so much time being a nobody that I needed to just trust and believe in my vision. Nobody will understand it but that's what makes you a leader. I was like 24. My Grandma #RIP. Worked for FEMA and she worked during Hurricane Katrina in Houston. She told me about all these people who took their FEMA checks and bought dumb shit not realizing the government was giving them their…