I literally don’t know what I want more, for Liverpool to win the League Cup or for Raheem to lose it at Wembley after getting booed every time he touches the ball and then to cry on the pitch while Klopp hugs every Liverpool player and celebrating while he looks over his shoulder thinking that he could be getting Kloppo hugs but instead he gets nothing. No silverware, no hugs, no support, no sympathy, nothing. And I hope that when City come to play at Anfield 4 days after they lose the final to Liverpool, that there is a song that will make Sterling cry on the pitch and wish he never touched a football. I hope we win that game too, I hope we win it 4-1 as well and that Sturridge and Ibe are healthy and both score and that Raheem scores an own goal in front of the Kop. I hope the irony of your own stupidity leads to your failure as a footballer and as a human being you moneygrabbing little fuck. And I hope that literally every single team in England continues to boo you every time you touch the ball for the rest of your footballing career

When making du'aa remember that Allah is Ar-Rahman, He is Ar-Raheem, He is Al-Ghafoor, He is Al-Mutakabbir, He is Al-Ali, He has 99 beautiful names that show us that He is Allah the one and only. He has the power to give you whatever you want. Allah tells us in Surah Ghafir “Call upon Me, I will respond to you.” So pray for BIG things, things that seem difficult to fathom, things that blow your mind. Don’t limit yourself to what you ask of Him.



The Sovereign

The Sovereign Lord, The One with the complete Dominion, the One Whose Dominion is clear from imperfection.

فَتَعَالَى اللَّهُ الْمَلِكُ الْحَقُّ وَلَا تَعْجَلْ بِالْقُرْآنِ مِن قَبْلِ أَن يُقْضَى إِلَيْكَ وَحْيُهُ وَقُل رَّبِّ زِدْنِي عِلْمًا

Absolutely exalted is God, the Supreme Sovereign, the Absolute Truth and Ever-Constant. Do not show haste (O Messenger) with (the receiving and memorizing of any Revelation included in) the Qur’an before it has been revealed to you in full, but say: “My Lord, increase me in knowledge.

[Surah Taha, 20:114]

Whoever recites this name of Allah abundantly every day after Zawaal ( mid-day, immediately before Duhr prayer), Allah will give them abundant wealth.

SoulBounce Presents The Mixologists: DJ Nate Geezie’s ‘A Matter Of Black Lives’
Black Lives Matter. Yesterday, today, forever. Free download on SoulBounce.com: http://www.soulbounce.com/soul/2016/02/the-mixologists-dj-nate-geezies-a-matter-of-black-lives/

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Rome Fortune - Love by Fool’s Gold Records
iTunes: http://smarturl.it/JRF Subscribe to Fool’s Gold! http://smarurl.it/FGTV In the most cosmic sense of the word, Rome Fortune is Atlanta’s newest star. Green-bearded and crop-topped, 6’5” in cowboy boots, he takes the stage like an eclipse and flips straighforward bars into lunar poetry. But even with such otherworldly swagger, Rome’s music connects with fans because of how powerfully (and sometimes painfully) human it really is. Jerome Raheem Fortune (out 2/26 on Fool’s Gold) is the true story of this man who fell to earth. Rome’s Beautiful Pimp mixtapes (“rap as motivational speaking, generous and all-inclusive” - Pitchfork) and collaborations with everyone from turn-up trailblazers OG Maco and ILoveMakonnen to Four Tet and Toro Y Moi were merely the prelude to JRF’s nakedly honest storytelling. Over loose, dreamlike tracks from longtime collaborator Cubby, Rome gets extra real about his struggles: his parents, his children, and their mothers… his dreams, his demons, and the drugs that may be fueling both. Even Kaytranada produced single “Dance” is an outlier, an uptempo song about escape rather than elation. Yet nothing on Jerome Raheem Fortune is a drag; over the course of 11 potent tracks, Rome Fortune presents hip hop catharsis at its most compelling. Head towards the outer limits of rap with a guide who is intimately familiar. Check @RomeFortune! facebook.com/RomeFortune instagram.com/romefortune twitter.com/romefortune