Archive for the ‘MpFree/Linky Fun’ Category

Stuck On…Poo

August 21, 2008

I want to like this. Goodness, I want to like this beat ass record by Nikka Costa but it’s depressingly trite. Boogie woogie piano and playground lyrics about luv are just hitting my ear like the scourge of so many spurned toilets.

Here’s Nikka Costa’s “Stuck On You” aka “The Lights Are About To Be Shut Off”

Can we please go back to this?

Girl, you were good at biting Janis Joplin. Just pick a past and live with it!

Gee Willikers!


For Serious…?

April 23, 2008

So Nas’ “N*gger” album is a whole big nasty problem. I don’t know (maybe I just don’t care) how I feel about that whole racial beehive. But NYOil is back with some foolery called “Wigga Wigger” where he shouts out the most divisive racial slurs like they were cuddly little…um cuddles. I don’t know what I’m talking about but you judge. What is this? Is it artsy or just fartsy? (Jesus, I suck at this writing stuff. Meh, it’s been a while).

NYOil – “Wigga, Wigger”

Musical Crack: Van Hunt

August 12, 2007



There are only a few things that stop me from jumping in front the A train at Nostrand Ave and offing myself. Next to the possibility of shisha, the possibility of sex and the rowdy almost intolerable possibility of sexing and shisha-ing simultaneously, is the possibility of a new Van Hunt album.


Get The Feeling…

July 26, 2007


Usually I don’t fucks with R&B. I don’t know why it exists today, I don’t know where these children find this powerful crack rock but I can’t take too much of it. But the bump on this new track by Timbaland acolytes The Dey is powerful sexy. It’s definitely the typical Timbo electro bass booty beat with somebody’s average-ass vocals but the shit is catchy, mang! CATCH-EE! Watchu thank?

The Dey “Get The Feeling”

The opening isn’t stellar but eventually you realize it really works. And aren’t they some fabulous little splaboos…


July 26, 2007


In honor of my visit to DC (shouts to Ms. Harris and all her alcoholic southern-fried friends on the hill. Next time I need to eat and drink my self stoopit, I got yo numbas), I’m gonna get at some chillun I’ve been meaning to big up for like, I don’t know, my whole life.


Chillun You Oughta Know: Miss Nana and Rasheeda

July 26, 2007


You know how spotting a non-crackity female MC these days is like seeing a dinosaur riding a unicorn and smoking rock with a dodo bird? I mean Foxy Brown’s all out her cotton-pickin’ mind (I saw homegirl on Atlantic ave with 12 lbs of ratty weave and she’s either a closeted marsupial or up the duff she needs to let out a hot ball of fire), Eve is teetering on tranny-queen territory with her airy rhymes and niptucked look, and Lil’ Kim is…jesus…we just gon’ stay prayed up for that one.


Ayo Technology

July 19, 2007


So 50 Cent and Justin Timberlake did a song together entitled “Ayo Technology” off the half-dollar’s upcoming album, Curtis. Normally that sentence would end with, “so the fuck what?” But they sampled video game chirps and such which makes it notable in my opinion.

Obviously, I need to get out more.

Here it is, though. You know, saw your light on and thought you might like to know:

In related news, 50’s still a gaywad and JT is still a thoroughbred wigger but good to see communities coming together for the sake of…money.

Doesn’t 50 look so, *giggle* manly? *giggle* Like he’s all about *double giggle* men?

Musical Crack: Raul Midon

July 16, 2007


Sometimes I get these intense emails from certain DJs with 48pt font and 40 exclamation points with ridiculous tags like, “FUK WIT DIS” “NEW PRINCE OF THE SOUF” “FIRE!!!!” “MUSICAL CRACK” and so on. I thought I’d try some of these gritty street marketing techniques with my audience. Let me know if they’re working.


Music I Shouldn’t Like: Yung Joc, Soulja Boy

July 11, 2007

This post could very easily be called, “Music I Shouldn’t Like: Every Festering Turd Infecting Terrestrial Radio” but let’s not be so obtuse when our articulating our apprehensions about contemporary music.


Brovas Gon’ Work It Out

July 11, 2007


Well guess who crawled out the hip hop crypt? It’s the lispy bo-ho all us chillun who ever heard “Electric Relaxation” wanted to grow up marry. Yes, the white knight of hip hop’s Kente cloth and combat boots, mid-90s era, Q-Tip released a new track called, “Work It Out.”