A 6-year-old who loves cops handed out doughnuts and lemonade to police officers. Brandi Davis of Kansas said her son Oliver, suggested the idea. He wanted to do something nice for the police. Officers from 10 departments showed up to the stand, at their home. They had 120 doughnuts and lemonade and water for them. About 100 officers came out. Oliver loves police officers because he sees them as his heroes. He don’t have any policemen in his family. He won’t play with any superhero stuff. The police officers is his superheroes.
I been wondering for a while who was the #1 artist in Des Moines for hip hop and r&b. Is Subjec1ne the dopest in the city or is it some one doper then him? It seem like Subjec1ne calling every artist out in the city if you ask me. If you feel you doper then him, he’s been waiting to show you nobody can mess with him with the music. “If you feel differently speak up I been waiting”.
I’m starting to think the artists in Des Moines IA are scared of mainstream artists. Mainstream artists come to Des Moines all the time, get paid, don’t spend no money in the city, don’t show no love and leave with their money. Artists come here all the time yet none of them have signed a local artist to a record deal nor taken any of the local artist on the road with them to tour. Why do the artists in Des Moines keep allowing the disrespect?
I believe, none of the artist outside of state respects Des Moines IA city’s Hip-Hop or R&B artists. There is so much talent in this city, great music is being made. A lot of the music made in Des Moines is better then most of the music out on radio! Its time for Des Moines to get on the map with artists getting record deals! I believe in the music here but, artists have to stop letting out of town artist disrespect them. I hope this changes soon, if not the same stuff will keep going on.