Footballs, basketballs, microphones, gas and grass…
Just some of the few things that J-Ro likes to pass.

J-Ro of Tha Alkaholiks, “Freestyle Ghetto,” from King Tee’s IV Life, 1995

You’s a nigga everybody diss, cause you can’t bust this,
You got a bad name like Dick Butkus.

J-Ro, “The Next Level,” from Tha Alkaholiks’ Coast II Coast, 1995

Every night I pray to God: ‘Please, no more wack MC’s.’

J-Ro, “Likwit,” from Tha Alkaholiks’ 21 and Over, 1993

From city to city, coast to coast,
Friday night is the night they like to party the most.

Tha Alkaholiks, “Coast II Coast,” from Friday Soundtrack, 1995

If imitation is the greatest form of flattery,
Punk, don’t flatter me.

J-Ro, “Coast II Coast,” from Friday Soundtrack, 1995

What good is a beautiful dame with a Rolls-Royce frame, and a Volkswagen brain?

J-Ro, “Likwit Ridas,” from Tha Alkaholiks’ Likwidation, 1997

I got Soul Power, never took a cold shower,
Never had a girlfriend the color of cooking flour.

J-Ro, “Make Room,” from Tha Alkaholiks’ 21 and Over, 1993. More from Tha Liks…