- Geek & Sci-Fi
A rap purist just hung himself with his backpack.
Whether it was stuck in a classroom or a cubicle at some dusty office, we've all had those moments where you find yourself hopelessly staring out a window, wishing you could partake in Mother Nature's playground.
Just because Asher toned down his red cup routine after his college years, doesn't mean he can't love an occasionally reckless "Party Girl.
With the 2012 National Championship taking place earlier this week, UNDRCRWN and Asher Roth came together again to create a dope t-shirt.
Released in the tail end of the 2011, Asher Roth's Pabst & Jazz technically missed its shot at being on a lot of year end lists but in my unhumble opinion, it's his best project to date.
Asher Roth is a battle-tested veteran at this point.
Asher Roth is joined by The Blended Babies and friends as he brings out his latest project, the Pabst & Jazz mixtape.
"Been a grown man since the day I was born.
If you've ever attended college, whether you paid tuition or not, you're well aware Pabst is a staple of classy campuses across the US.
It's been a while since we've heard Asher rock over anything this poppy.
It would seem that Asher is just making shit just for the sake of being visible.
"Kudos to my players, and deuces to my foes.
The verbose frat boy is just biding his time until he can get some greenlights flashing for his second LP.
When it comes to rap, the kitchen is normally associated with the d-boy sector, where the baking soda is cooked up for the ultimate fix.
Asher Roth's sophomore album still doesn't have a name (The Spaghetti Tree is a whole 'nother project all together), but he still finds reason to celebrate the fact that he and D.
Chuck Inglish provides the bounce for Dom Kennedy''s "New Jeeps" featuring his cronies Asher and the other half of TCK, Sir Michael Rocks.