Tupac 1971-1996

I can’t believe its already been 19 years since Tupac passed away. He was a huge influence on me and many from my generation. He taught me how to rap with true feelings and passion and thats what I try to do with my music. R.I.P to the legend. Here’s the cover The Source magazine released right after his death.



The Real Queen Of Hip Hop

The Original Queen on the cover of The Source… Man what can you say about this woman, she’s done it all but her roots lay in the culture of Hip Hop and thats dope. Respect to the QUEEN !!!!!

Queen Latifah

The Source (1998)


Nas Back To The Past

Nas back in 1999. He would make his triumphant comeback in 2001 with Stillmatic thanks to Jay Z who sparked Nas to return to Nas and drop Escobar.

The Source (Last Word)

May 1999


The Original Queen B

Before Lil Kim ruined her face she was super hot. Here she’s posing for The Source’s annual sex issue. I feel bad for people who are never satisfied with the way they look. Love yourself and others will love you to.

Lil Kim

The Source Magazine

Dec 1999



The Aftermath That Never Was

Check out Eve on the cover with Dre. Eve was signed to Aftermath before Ruff Ryders and then returned to Aftermath and never released anything like a lot of artists Dre signed (Rakim, Raekwon, Bishop Lamont etc).  Busta Rhymes came out with one album then left and The Game & Dre have stayed connected and are working together again (I think). In other words Aftermath didn’t rule anything. Their biggest artists are still Eminem & 50 Cent. Lets see what happens in the future….

XXL Cover

May 2004


Last Word Collection (The Source Magazine)

Here’s a collection of Last Word illustrations for you guys.

Artist – Andre LeRoy Davis

The Source (Last word)

1994 – 1997