Making His Dreams B.I.G. in History! Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah”


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The celebration of Black History month, is a celebration in saluting the efforts of great African American pioneers of our time. We all have something to contribute in history with our God given talents and abilities, having such recognitions being saluted across the board. From community activist, to gymnast, from poets to authors the coalition of talents are endless.

Take a journey with me this month as I celebrate our history with great diversity, by highlighting those talented individuals making history for this time.

Join me tonight at 8:00 PM on “Conversations Of A Sistah” via “Conversations Live” with my very special guest, southern rapper Guttamane (pictured above), whose real name is David Lee Myers Jr. a native of Camden, Mississippi. A talented rapper who against all odds are making his “Dreams B.I.G” at this time in history.

Tune in with me tonight, as I speak with Guttamane and dig into his culture of rap, how its music and lyrics will take its place in history and the primary message it sends to future generations.

In the meantime sample his music below and follow the link to access tonight’s show!

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141 thoughts on “Making His Dreams B.I.G. in History! Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah”

  1. Morning Tra….dude’s beat is BAD but ain’t no way you can relate to this shit! 😆 I can’t even imagine some of your questions for GUTTA! 😆

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    • “I beat it for an hour” is that what he’s saying?
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      YES translation: I fucked her for an hour till she came all over the sheets. I suggest you listen to the song till it’s through.

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      • “I beat it for an hour” is that what he’s saying?
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        YES translation: I fucked her for an hour till she came all over the sheets. I suggest you listen to the song till it’s through. —–> LOL 😆 you stooped!

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    • Tracy ain’t on a rappers level, not this one anyway.
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      That’s ok Tracy keeps it classy on anyone’s level. 🙂

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      • Tracy ain’t on a rappers level, not this one anyway.
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        Trace gonna ask this dude some serious questions esp. since this one song she posted kinda tell U what he about. 😆

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      • Tracy ain’t on a rappers level, not this one anyway.
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        oh please. tracy’s personality can roll with the worst of them.

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      • Tracy ain’t on a rappers level, not this one anyway.
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        oh please. tracy’s personality can roll with the worst of them. –> TRUE INDEED!

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      • Tracy ain’t on a rappers level, not this one anyway.
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        Oh please!!!! Tracy have a GREAT personality and rule her Conversations just like she does in her book and can take on the best of the worst of em 😆

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      • Tracy ain’t on a rappers level, not this one anyway.
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        I’m trying to figure out what this statement means? wow!

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      • Tracy ain’t on a rappers level, not this one anyway.
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        See we heard tonight how Tracy WAS ACTUALLY ABLE TO RELATE to him! Especially when Gutta talked about his dreams. Now we know why his dreams big!

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  2. “Tune in with me tonight, as I speak with Guttamane and dig into his culture of rap, how its music and lyrics will take its place in history and the primary message it sends to future generations.”

    The one question I look forward to hearing.

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  3. Ok I need for somebody to tell me how “I beat for an hour” is making any kind of history? The song is all about SEX. I’m wondering what Dr. King would think about this? Mm.

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  4. is it guttamane or guttaman? is that his stage name? well it gotta be but damn he sound str8 outta the backwoods of Mississippi.

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  5. I totally get how rap is art but those lyrics are rated XXX. His style is so typical to todays sound but his beat is hot to death! Looking forward to hearing what’s in his head though. I mean the bottom line, how will you be remembered and marked in history? “By beating it for an hour because your dick run deep?” Like seriously?

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  6. I can’t even imagine Dr. King talkin bout I beat it for an hour.I beat it for an hour. specially when black folk was actually catching hell and getting they asses kicked for the color of their skin. They kept their dyck secrets where they belong in the bedroom and between them and their wives. I can’t see how these lyrics could be the product of anything positive.

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  7. I like the song. can’t wait to hear the show Tray. although I can’t imagine you having such a guest. 🙂 meaning this is NOT your style. The topic kinda NOT your style. Can’t wait to hear how you spin it.

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  8. His style sounds a little bit like Lil Wayne.
    While I won’t focus on the lyrics I know Tracy is going to take her conversation with him on a whole nother level. she will see what we don’t and I know it’s more than his music and those gawd awful lyrics. This is why she’s such an awesome host!

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  9. excited about this show. he’s a different kinda guest and the conversation will be interesting.

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  10. Guttamane nice looking. very handsome but uma need him to break down his concept on those lyrics. looking forward to the show.

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  11. That track is as real as it gets.
    Oh and on the BHM note glad to see Trace honoring those AA who are alive to talk about their dreams, challenges and struggles. Good look

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  12. I see in some of these comments that my ceo’ers have a problem with southerners (*_*)
    I’d rather comment after the show.

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  13. I wanna know what the fuck do GUTTAMANE mean? Why not Lil slappy, Big Bama, Scoop Dawg, Big Country! Dayum!!!

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      • Gia I listen to the rewind around 9/9:30 the live show buffers too much.
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        It does which is annoying but for some reason I gotta hear it LIVE!

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    • Not a lover of rap but a lover of the show!
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      CoSign…I’m a lover of the show and the HOST 🙂

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      • Not a lover of rap but a lover of the show!
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        CoSign…I’m a lover of the show and the HOST 🙂
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        Awwwwwwwww 🙂

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      • See why we shouldn’t PRE JUDGE people!!!!
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        I SO AGREE!!!!! That’s why I reserved comment until after the show!

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      • See why we shouldn’t PRE JUDGE people!!!!
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        I agree… lawd knows I’m guilty of doing it but I like how he broke down THUG PASSION! Wow!!! That blew my everloving mind! 😆

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      • See why we shouldn’t PRE JUDGE people!!!!
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        True that’s why I just rather comment AFTER the show!

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  14. Gutta got it going on!
    I give Trace alotta credit she handled her handle.
    Dude said the struggle started in GUTTA.

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  15. OK can I get an AMEN that dude surprised us all with his interview tonight. We completely underestimated him. Guest was good!

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    • OK can I get an AMEN that dude surprised us all with his interview tonight
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      Amen I was digging em and his definition of THUG PASSION! 😆 GUTTA had a Sistah HOT!!!!

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      • OK can I get an AMEN that dude surprised us all with his interview tonight
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        AMEN! He covered it all. an excellent start to BHM excellent! excellent!

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      • OK can I get an AMEN that dude surprised us all with his interview tonight
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        Yes I must admit Dude was good!

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      • OK can I get an AMEN that dude surprised us all with his interview tonight
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        Yes he’s intelligent. we can/should never judge a book by it’s front cover you should always check it out.

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  16. I like “my dreams big” which was the song Tracy ended the show with better than THUG PASSION! 🙂 He’s a smart rapper. sounds like JAYZ is his protégé

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  17. tonight’s show was interesting! Make you think about making all things possible.
    Gutta held the positivity down although that southern accent was DEEP!

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  18. Don’t care too much for RAP music however I was impressed at the way Tracy Bell presented him. She brought out that brothaz intelligence. As usual tonight was a really good show. I loved it!!!!!! Keep doing the damn thing Tra 🙂

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  19. Tonight’s show was the fuckin bomb.com
    Gutta’s music misrepresented what his verbal rap on tonight’s show cleared up!
    This guy is smart, intelligent, knows where he’s going and how he’s gonna get there!
    Tracy, Ms. Bell asked ALL THE CLEAR QUESTIONS!!!!!! Kudos Tra well done!

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