Timid Takes Issue with the Infamous Being Celebrities

Celebrity is among the most overused and misused words in today’s sensationalistic media and society. Timid takes aim at that practice with the Domingo produced “Not a Celebrity” and further drives the point home in the track epilogue when he says, “Just as we’re responsible for what we do, we need to be responsible for who and what we celebrate.”


A Thug, A Thief, A Liar, A Cheat
A Provider Of Deceit But Not A Celebrity
A Killer, A Coward, A Bigoted Denier,
A Fear Supplier But Not A Celebrity
A Hunter, A Stalker, Bull Talker, Gum Flapper
A Very Bad Actor, But Not A Celebrity
A Provoker, Instigator, A Police Imitator
A Crowd Agitator. Not A Celebrity
The Reason, The Fault, The Catalyst, The Cause
But Never, At All.  Not A Celebrity.
A Douchebag, A Chump, A Prick, A Punk,
A Dick But What? Not A Celebrity
Villainous, Infamous, Insolent, Ignorant,
Impotent And Impudent But Not A Celebrity
Heartless, Not The Smartest, Nor Close To Being The Sharpest,
Weakly Regarded But Not A Celebrity

Not A Celebrity, Not A Celebrity
Not A Celebrity, Not A Celebrity

The Transgressor, An Aggressor, A Vulture
A Poacher, A Predator, A Character But Not A Celebrity
A Joke, A Stooge, A Jester, A Fool,
Who Needs To Be Subdued But Not A Celebrity
A Hooligan, Still Fooling Them, Headline In The News Again
Even If They Suing Him Not A Celebrity
Intolerant, Disrespectful, Unregretful, Unrepentant
In Need Of A Long Sentence But Not A Celebrity
Unjustified, Undignified, Unqualified, Just Getting By
Justly Vilified But Not A Celebrity
A Sadistic Twisted Opportunistic Misfit,
Who’s Horrifically Egotistic But Not A Celebrity
A Pawn In The Middle Not Worth Spittle
Just A Little Pitiful Individual Though Not A Celebrity
A Poor Excuse For A Man With Blood On His Hands
So I’m Telling You Again, Not A Celebrity

Not A Celebrity, Not A Celebrity
Not A Celebrity, Not A Celebrity

Just As We’re Responsible For What We Do, We Need To Be Responsible For Who And What We Celebrate.


Timid has received an immensely positive reception on several of the major Hip Hop websites, featured on numerous mixtapes worldwide and has received radio play in Florida, Africa, Canada, and Japan. As well as stage stops from New York to Tokyo and television and radio appearances from Washington DC to Australia. Timid has shared the stage with artists such as Travis Barker & DJ AM, Warren G, Paul Wall, Jeru The Damaja, CunninLynguists, A­Alikes, Agallah of Dipset and Pack FM and has worked along with Hip Hop veterans like Mikey D (Mikey D & The LA. Posse/Main Source), Grand Daddy IU, Lin Que (X­Clan, MC Lyte) and Domingo. Along with features and production on releases distributed by legendary Hip Hop label Rawkus Records and Japan's Handcuts Records, Timid is not one to sleep on. Timid's recent releases have been covered in by USAToday, Ebony, and HipHopDX among others.

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