Cas Lucas is on the verge of something bi. .Joel Harste - Eureka Times Standard. Giving It Back is tender on the headphones as Lucas creates a level of intimacy that charms and warms the heart. Elizabeth Jacobsen - EntertainmentInUK. I can listen to this album for endless hours, let the heavy weight of reality cascade from my shoulders and slip into the aural comforts of ìFeeliníî and ìDream a Window,î the opening ñ and finest ñ tracks on this wonderfully engaging C. Kyrby Raine - Shotgun Magazine.
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Gary Maurice "Joyner" Lucas, Jr. (born August 17, 1988) is an American rapper, singer, songwriter, record producer, poet, and actor from Worcester, Massachusetts. In June 2017, he released his fourth mixtape, 508-507-2209, which was his first on a major label.
Back on my bullshit, my back to the wall Turn my back on you, all of you finished Back to these bullets, it's back to the job Pull my MAC out and all of you runnin' Back on my hood shit, it's back to the pushin' These packs and I'm actually pumpin' Can't fuck with . Cause I took an L when I dropped my last album It hurt me like hell but I'm back on these rappers And actually comin' from humble beginnings I'm somewhat uncomfortable winning I wish I could say "What a wonderful feeling!"
You and Me. Cas Lucas. Tired Air. Do You Feel Me, Love?
Giving and Taking Help book. Giving and Taking Help is a book which examines what is involved in the helping process in social work - giving and taking help. It shows how all good helping is characterized by three fundamental dimension - reality (what we're up against), empathy (an act of the loving imagination), and support (I am here to help you if you want me and can use me). Giving and Taking Help draws a strong contrast between helping and controlling. It recognizes the role of choice and responsibility and that helping is not preventing choices or shielding from the consequences of choices.