What’s the difference between ‘barney song’ and ‘Barney Bryant’?
Posted On August 3, 2021
What’s up, barney?
Here’s a primer.
Barney Bryant’s name has become synonymous with hip-hop, as has his reputation as one of the most beloved rappers alive.
But as Bryant, 40, has said in the past, he’s no rap star.
And the name is not a trademark, meaning it’s not a registered trademark.
Bryant, who is the founder of the Harlem Hip Hop Foundation, which supports and celebrates black and hip-hip artists, said he chose the name “Barney” because it’s the name of a favorite song by his childhood friend and producer, Nas.
“I was really influenced by Nas, and when he sang ‘Barbara’ I thought it was a great name,” Bryant said.
I’ve known him for 20 years and we’ve always been close. “
Nas and I are close friends.
I’ve known him for 20 years and we’ve always been close.
I always felt like I could call myself ‘Nas.'”
Nas is an American rapper, hip-hugger, and producer whose name has been synonymous with the city’s hip-hopping scene since the early 1990s.
“Barbara” is a shortened version of his name, meaning “barber”.
“Nam, Nas, Shaq, Nas,” Bryant recalled.
“You can call them anything you want.
I feel like this is my home.
I grew up with Nas.
It’s my family, and it’s my home.” “
This is my hometown.
It’s my family, and it’s my home.”
In a tweet posted Saturday, Bryant noted that “barney is a black guy and Nas is white.”
Nas is the most popular rapper in the world, according to Forbes, with his most popular songs featuring an array of black-themed lyrics.
“He’s an inspiration to me,” Bryant, the Harlem-born father of a four-year-old daughter, said of the rapper.
“The thing I love about him is that he’s so humble, and he has a real heart.
And I think he can bring a lot of positive energy into the world.”
Bryant, whose real name is Larry Anthony, said the rapper’s songs are so uplifting and uplifting, it’s hard not to give him props for trying.
“When I see my son singing, I’m just so thankful,” Bryant added.
We’re just going to continue to have a positive attitude.” “
We’re in a very challenging time right now, but we’re going to see what happens next.
We’re just going to continue to have a positive attitude.”
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