This is kind of a Review of Kanye West new song Kanye West Theraflu Feat DJ Khaled but not really am just talking about the things that stood out most to me in the song and the lyrics I like in the song. This made me cry. Too many quotables on this one. Just enjoy it. If anything he makes you want to hear the song.
Saturday, April 7, 2012
So there's a song out there called 1500 Strokes. If you know better then you know exactly what the song is referencing. Sexy time. But I didn't know about this song until I saw this video. Cleveland Brown, the black guy that used to be on The Family Guy and now has his own show, has a video dedicated to his 1500 strokes. Oh and if you need that song like I did then check it below.
He's becoming a well known prankster. I've put up other videos of him using his magic to perform pranks. This time we have the second part of his Drive Thru prank in which he lights his wallet on fire. Press play and enjoy. I definitely laughed so hard at this.
Friday, April 6, 2012
And this may or may not land on GOOD Music's compilation album but for now enjoy it. It bumps but I think I have to give it a good 10 more listens until I realize what kind of song this is. Swerve!
Dope ass remix. The regular song in general had to grown on me but after listening to it I like it. And I also appreciate the remix. Check it out.
Another Round Remix
WHEW! If I was from the A-Town I would definitely jam this harder than I am right now. I feel like CyHi would be more popular if he changed his name though. I'm just saying.
We don't need a reason, we just need a place. I agree. Don't be scared of the Future feature and don't sleep on Bei Maejor. Nice track.
Need A Reason
This is a song you can just put on and ride to! I don't know who produced this track but when you bump this you'll notice how you'll feel like you're in the whip. Or smoking weed. Jet life.
What It Look Like
Thursday, April 5, 2012
Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane brings his boundary-pushing brand of humor to the big screen for the first time as writer, director and voice star of Ted. In the live action/CG-animated comedy, he tells the story of John Bennett (Mark Wahlberg), a grown man who must deal with the cherished teddy bear who came to life as the result of a childhood wish...and has refused to leave his side ever since.
Written by Internet Goon at 4:49 PM
This is definitely a dope ass video with dope content. E-40 takes the time out to remember how things were back in the days. For example, like playing outside until the porch lights came on, women not cooking, being afraid of our parents' look and more.
Oh boy! Clippers against the Lakers. I didn't see any of these dunks last night because I went to sleep but cot damn!!!! Griffin just doesn't care about anyone. If you look closely you can see Andrew Bynum's face after his teammate gets rocked.
Tuesday, April 3, 2012
Never heard of The Cataracs before this track with Waka. Do I like it? Of course, that's why it's on here.
Share All You
Haven't heard from XV in a long time but now here's here with this track that's pretty vicious. GO IN!!
Now Let's Go In
This will live on their next project entitled 2012 that should be out sometime in May.
Make It Out Alive
Written by Internet Goon at 11:30 AM
Monday, April 2, 2012
"It's a fun song everyone can relate to. Whether you're the looker or the "look-ee" someone's always going to get caught looking".
Pro is back with the video off his latest project While You're Waiting. Check it out and it's a pretty fun video and fun song.
This year, over 5 million American kids will be bullied at school, online, on the bus, at home, through their cell phones and on the streets of their towns, making it the most common form of violence young people in this country experience. The Bully Project is the first feature documentary film to show how we've all been affected by bullying, whether we've been victims, perpetrators or stood silent witness. The world we inhabit as adults begins on the playground. The Bully Project opens on the first day of school. For the more than 5 million kids who'll be bullied this year in the United States, it's a day filled with more anxiety and foreboding than excitement. As the sun rises and school busses across the country overflow with backpacks, brass instruments and the rambunctious sounds of raging hormones, this is a ride into the unknown. For a lot of kids, the only thing that's certain is that this year...
“Bully” will expand to 50 markets on April 13. But the film’s unrated status is unlikely to be a factor then. A tweaked version is expected to be rated PG-13--that is the version that will be shown in wide release.
I don't want to say too much but I saw the movie this past Saturday and it's definitely something that's going to bring awareness to schools and people all over the world. How quickly is it going to happen? I don't know but at least the word is out. Some schools, principals, & educators have already had their students go see the screening of the movie on a class trip and then discuss it after.Essentially if more people see this movie more people will be aware and want to do something. After I saw the movie I sat for two days thinking about what I should do, how I could help, and more. The wheels are turning in my head. After our movie the director, Lee Hirsch, came out to do a quick Q&A and you could tell he just wanted to get the word out there and present the problem. Now it's up to the right people to go fix it. For more information check out the following site: http://thebullyproject.com/
Sunday, April 1, 2012
My lovely wife performs two songs on Jimmy Kimmel Live. Check it out.
During the Knicks blowout win over Orlando Magic, Howard and Nelson did not get up from the bench to join their team in a huddle during a timeout. He makes a great point so make sure to listen.
The visuals for the Kardinal song that's burning up the web "Kill Shot", Produced by Nottz Raw off the A.M.T.R.I.M. (Allow Me To Re-Introduce Myself) Album. Directed by John P. Wheatley and Benny-Demus
Mac Miller came out with this recent mixtape which surprisingly is good. I say surprisingly because sometimes rappers lose their touch as the projects keep coming but the great ones who are talented find a way to make great music. With features from Cam'ron, Lil Wayne, Kendrick Lamar, Juicy J, and more this mixtape stands on its own. Best of 2012? Who knows as of yet but respect it. Check out some tracks and then download if you like it.
Vitamins (prod. ID Labs)
Lucky Ass Bitch (feat. Juicy J) (prod. Lex Luger)
Ignorant (feat. Cam'ron) (prod. Cardo)
Angels (When She Shuts Her Eyes) (prod. Clams Casino)
Kameron Corvet is an R&B singer that just released this EP which sounds pretty damn good. Here's a quick little blurb:
Evolution is “key” in any journey through life. Singer/ Songwriter Kameron Corvet moves through a progression of evolutionary experiences by simply allowing life to chart its course. From first experiences with adulthood at Morehouse College, to linguistic and cultural disparities as a French speaking world traveler the depths of his heart have been both visited and tested. These experiences led him to release F_ck, Love an EP which documents the conversation between a Man and his Love as he figures “It” all out. His music tells us as he put it, “I don’t have all of the answers [when it comes to love] but my music reflects where I am at the time that I write it.” Sung through the ups and downs that hallmark an intimate relationship, the listener is taken on a voyage that includes many memorable stops along the way to the hope for a final destination. Sensual mid-tempo tracks, like the playful “Going Under” and gripping ballads, like “Good Habits” allow the listener to embrace Corvet’s emotion. Kameron’s music reflects the vulnerability a man must be willing to experience if he is willing to love. The intimacy of these songs tell a familiar story that we can all relate to while weaving their way through sounds that leave his listeners wanting more.
Here are my favorite songs and then the link to download of course. Check it out and make sure to view the video as well.