"Stomp a man of any complexion with a devilish nature, cause I’m tryin’ to save the earth, but you’re just next in line to rape her."
To be honest I’ve never met someone who dislikes pizza.
Eactly 17 years ago on March 9, 1997 Christopher Wallace tragically passed away.
May Biggie Smalls Forever Rhyme In Peace & Rest In Beats.
"See y’all don’t understand me. My plan be to win ya hearts before I win a Grammy."
- Kendrick Lamar
Something I’d rate a 9 or higher. Not too many albums like that.
Portlandia - Crash Course In Hip-Hop History
This shit’s too funny. Probably my favorite scene from Portlandia.
"O.D.B., what does that stand for? Ol’ Dirty…"
"Monopolizing weed is virtually impossible. So it won’t be legalized and that’s another obstacle, but I’m still rollin’ up pocket fulls of tropical.”
ScHoolboy Q on How to be Romantic
"My favorite thing to do for a girl on Valentines Day is take her, you know what I’m saying, to get some chilli cheese fries if she wit it."
Blink-182 - I Miss You
I felt obligated to post this classic at some point because it remains one of my all time favorite songs of any genre. I had it on repeat for weeks on end when I first bought Blink-182’s truly phenomenal self titled 2003 album Blink-182. I used to run cross country back when I was 13, and for over a year I kept it on my shitty 128 MB mp3 player that could hold only about 30 songs. I played it religiously while at full weekend meets and what not. I don’t often show such dedication to a solitary song. I’m not a huge Blink-182 fan or anything, but I have a profound appreciation for their best works.
My Song Rating: 10 out of 10
Anyone else going to the Three 6 Mafia concert tonight in Ohio?
Silence Of Love
This is hands down the best commercial I’ve ever seen. It hits the soul in a way that digs so deep it hurts. It also exemplifies the emotional pain bullying is capital of causing. It’s true art…and gets me every time.
Vast Aire - Tippin Dominoes (RJD2 Remix)
Back in Vast Aire’s Cannibal Ox days his style, flow, and lyrics were what I consider the epitome of abstract/poetic hip-hop. His contribution to the classic album The Cold Vein is legendary. Unfortunately after the duo split and El-P was no longer willing to produce for him, Vast Aire’s career immediately started to loose its luster. All of his solo albums lack the consistent masterful wordplay and energy that defined him as a great back in 2001, but as a life long fan I still happily rock his newer releases. He’s only made a couple songs I would rate a 9 or above within the last decade, and this is one of those rare post Cannibal Ox gems. Not to mention RJD2 is one of my all time favorite producers. If you’ve never heard his fabulously vibrant production before I highly suggest you check out his classic track Ghostwriter as an introduction.
"I’m old school with new thoughts and open wounds, pour salt!"
My Song Rating: 9.0 out of 10