1. Have The Best Time Ever with Khari Mateen

    kharimateen:

    Thanks for the support from Philly’s public radio WXPN

    (Source: Khari.me, via dameadelphia)

  2. kharimateen:

    DOWNLOAD NOW: http://khari.me/BestTimeEver

    SEE WHAT I SEE. FEEL WHAT I FEEL.

    I would like fans of my music to comment on there own “Best Time Ever”.  It could be this summer, last summer, or 30 years ago, share your stories because #BestTimeEver is a glimpse into mine! Lets share

    TELL ME ABOUT YOUR BEST TIME EVER?

    (Source: Khari.me / Khari Mateen)

  3. kharimateen:

    Hello!!! It’s release day!!! Thank you to all the fine folks out there that have been dropping love on me! #BTE is gaining steam and I’m super happy with the response. Please check out the song on iTunes and Spotify #BestTimeEver please send it to your friends and tell a neighbor. Have fun and be safe #kidsdontdodrugs #fun #partymusic #party

    Download - http://khari.me/BestTimeEver

  4. THE JAM! FOLLOW KHARI ON SPOTIFY NOW.

    (Source: Khari.me)

  5. kharimateen:

    So today I want to tell you about a song that I’m dropping Monday! It is a tale inspired by events that accrued this summer. It was a very eventful time for me, and I wanted to create something so that me and other people may reflect on the good times they had during the summer break. It’s coming soon and I hope I will have your support. #BTE #GOODTIMES #BestTimeEver #music #dance #friends #fun #summer

    EVERYTHING WE DO IS THE NEXT BEST THING WE’VE EVER DONE. BEST TIME EVER OUT MONDAY AT WWW.KHARIMATEEN.COM

    GET WITH IT

    (Source: Khari.me)

  6. kharimateen:

    When you hear your name in a song. is at the top of his game! Wait until you hear this… #1 

    Coming soon.

  7. kharimateen:

    Khari Mateen - Wanting More

    DOWNLOAD

    (Source: kharimateen.com / Khari Mateen)

  8. noblegentlemen:

    S.T.S. (Sugar Tongue Slim) is hard at work on his forthcoming project. On the first release, he teams up with producer extraordinaire, Khari “Ferrari” Mateen (formerly Grammy Nominated Producer for The Roots), and brings to you “Hell Wrong”. S.T.S. will be releasing a series of material in the upcoming weeks in preparation for the project.

    STAY TUNED!!!

    #BLUEisthenewGOLD

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    @STSisGOLD
    @Kharrari

  9. I was only young and the injuries were to haunt me for the rest of my career but I got through. I had to adjust my position on the saddle and I was always needing massages and manipulation. But I got through. In the end I grew philosophical. I could still turn the pedals, the bike still went quick. Not as quick, but still very quick. The only difference between me and my opponents was that I started most races in pain, they hit the wall three-quarters through or at the top of a big climb.

    I began to use it to my advantage. Being in pain from the start made me sharp and on edge and well motivated. I had no fear of what lay ahead. I was already suffering. My opponents had all that to look ‘forward’ to but they didn’t know when it would ambush them in the race.

    Eddy Merckx (Nicknamed The Cannibal for the way in which he devoured every race and every rival, Merckx is the most decorated rider of all time)

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  12. … And these children
    that you spit on
    as they try to change their worlds
    are immune to your consultations.
    They’re quite aware
    of what they’re going through…

    David Bowie

    (Source: blog.wilkinsky.com)

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  14. Josh Hey at hylolabs for The Third Space launch party featuring Khari Mateen, July 2014.

  15. I detested that type of swinging, the Los Angeles, Hollywood, Bel Air, Malibu, Laguna Beach kind of sex. Strangers when you meet, strangers when you part—a gymnasium of bodies namelessly masturbating each other. People with no morals often considered themselves more free, but mostly they lacked the ability to feel or to love. So they became swingers. The dead fucking the dead. There was no gamble or humor in their game—it was corpse fucking corpse. Morals were restrictive, but they were grounded on human experience down through the centuries. Some morals tended to keep people slaves in factories, in churches and true to the State. Other morals simply made good sense. It was like a garden filled with poisoned fruit and good fruit. You had to know which to pick and eat, which to leave alone.

    Charles Bukowski, Women

    (Source: emergentpattern, via girleatsworld)