Take a black kettle.
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Take a black kettle.
Rihanna's enjoying fap month year Flogging the dolphin.
This one should please all the pessimistic hip-hop heads out there.
"I was drinking my own sweat and it tasted like mystery meat seaweed stewed" I may have mixed some of the words up, but that's basically the gist.
On Monday, Lupe Fiasco announced that he and Pharrell will be releasing an album together soon.
MF DOOM sits down with ego trip's Chairman Mao in what may be the longest online video interview in the history of the Internuts.
Show of hands, who expected this project to actually happen.
-- Word on the street is that there is a big football game this weekend. Here are three things that'll make it better: these crazy bets, the possibility of free pizza and, if you're a Packers fan, Lil Wayne's new fight song.
Flash back to 2004. Young(er) David D. was a freshman in college and became one of those people that goes off, gets educated and feels too smart for what everyone else is in to. That meant strapping on a backpack and listening to everything underground. My iPod was full of albums like Wordsworth's Mirror Music and Masta Ace's Long Hot Summer. But above all, I was an MF DOOM stan. I listened to every DOOM album and had them on full rotation for a year straight. DOOM ruled the underground during a time when Hip-Hop was in a weird transition from being dominated by message boards and actual physical interaction to the blog world we live in now. If DOOM had the whole Internet behind him in its current incarnation, he'd be an unstoppable force beyond his current cult status. But in the last couple of years, something strange has happened; DOOM's disappeared. After having impostors show up at live performances and not really creating any music, MF DOOM has become even more of a mysterious relic from the last days of the Hip-Hop underground. For those of you that missed the craze, here's a rundown of his projects so you can get familiar. MF DOOM - Operation Doomsday (1999) -- Though OD was released in 1999, it didn't come into fashion until after DOOM was an underground sensation. People flooded the net looking for the album, but it was out of print.
It never dawned on me that albums ever went out of print until all my CD's were stolen from my dorm room during my freshmen year of college.
Too ill of a concept here and OOP collectors will rejoice as the cult favorite Operation: Doomsday looks like it will finally be reissued the proper way. The newly packaged version will include 51 tracks including the original, alternate takes, b-sides and instrumentals and will come in two formats - LUNCH BOX 2/CD and METAL 4/LP BOX - each containing a 32-page lyric book and set of 10 cards with images of the Operation Doomsday MCs. Both formats will be available for pre-sale soon at Stones Throw.
The last couple of weeks have proven to be Hip-Hop Christmas around these here Internets with free projects raining down like dollar bills at your mom's night job.
The cafeteria is open but the only thing being served is condiments. How do you even manage? If you're TiRon, it's as easy as squeezing the bottle to lace your food. He gave you plenty of time to Ketchup while he hoped in the kitchen to whip up a lil' MSTRD to compliment his verbal skills.
Reshika Renee, A Ghetto Princess Everyday A JLo "Sexy Tape" Is Coming Soon [D-Listed] UPS Worker Says He Was Fired For Not Delivering Pot [AOL] 5 Inappropriate Situations To Twitter [College Humor] STPL x Airwalk Terrain [Daily Drop] MF DOOM x Sesame Street [SRD] Teddy Riley Cries Murder… And I Agree.
Now you already gosh darn well know that I don't know much of anything about DOOM.
You'll watch & listen to this because of DOOM (or is that his.