Last week, Lil B visited Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA, to address students as part of an on-going lecture series that has spanned campuses and coasts since 2012. His latest address ran over an hour, and as CMU's The Tartan reports, "His lecture covered a wide span of topics, ranging from awareness (listen to your 'spider senses'), identity ('a mouse raised by pigeons'), and ambitions ('Goals, dedication, meditation')." B also took time to commemorate fallen rapper The Jacka, a fellow Bay Area native who's lyrics from "The Dunya" B cited for the crowd as direct inspiration. Study up above, and revisit notes from Lil B's lectures at NYU and MIT.
March 02, 2015