Thursday, November 17, 2005

Hip Hop Is Pretty Fucking Boring These Days...
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I mean, just go to (I refuse to link to it) and peep the mediocrity they're peddling (Like Dose One's new album! Dose "most annoying rapper ever" One! Fuck!!!). I mean, c'mon, who the fuck would actually buy a Perceptionists Live album?!? I kind of like the Perceptionists (there's a few good tracks on that CD) but I certainly wouldn't want to purchase a full album of rappers doing a show live. What the fuck is ever memorable about a hip hop show that you would want to immortalize on CD? How many times can you hear an MC try to get the crowd all hype and say "c'mon" and "throw your hands up" and whatever other tired cliches most rappers use and have been using since the 80's?!? Live Hip Hop CD's are just not a good idea...even that BDP live album was boring. And don't bring up the Roots mu'fuckah, DO NOT bring up the Roots. My opinions are not to be debated. Of course, I would debate a stripper if I was in the champagne room but that is the only time. Yep.

What else?
Uhhh, I haven't seen it and I probably never will but that new 50 Cent movie seems to be a piece of shit which should only suprise you if you avidly follow the exploits of G-G-G-GUN-IT and have ever actually entertained the notion of Curtis Jackson acting convincingly in any manner in all existance ever. If you click on that link you will see some pretty funny quotes about the movie. My favorite is this:
"For those who don't take 50 Cent's talent for granted going in,
there's nothing to indicate what's so special about him, much less why he of all
people deserves to have a movie made about his experiences."
-- Peter Debruge, MIAMI HERALD

There's more and they're great. I wonder how long it'll take for this flick to go to the dollar movies (.50 cents on Tuesdays!!!) and be certified with a platinum ticket stub by the East Side of Indianapolis...I say, two weeks. Maybe three.

And then there's this ricockulous (nh) beef from the "we need an editor who will actually edit and not just smoke weed all day with his feet on his desk while listening to Dipset really really bad" hip hop news site:

Rhymefest, signed to Mark Ronson’s Allido Records, offered
words for "those UK rappers who signed with Damon Dash…they aint even f**king
representing the UK!"
Rhymefest concluded the interview by applauding Dizzee
Rascal and Tyas, calling the rappers more creative. "That's why with S.A.S., I
can’t give a f**k!"
The North London rappers have responded to
about the article and claimed that the Chicago rapper dissed them on a previous
mixtape making the rounds.
"Rhymefest has been told to say what he said
because of marketing,” group member Mayhem told “He doesn't
realize what he says will get him f**ked up in the UK. This is not a game. I rep
the street. Just because I don't go down the pub and eat fish and chips, it
doesn't mean I'm not from London. Rhymefest has no idea!Mayhem said that
Rhymefest’s comments have infuriated him and group member Mega and warnings have
already been issued to the rapper from across the Atlantic.
“How dare he come
to my city and diss me to a UK magazine! I see him when I go to Chicago, New
York and around London. When I see him next time, I'm gonna f**k him up! He’s
been around since 1991? And we only started hearing about him now? He's

I would like to extend an invitation to these S.A.S. fellows: I know where Rhymefest lives here in Indianapolis (or rather, just outside of). If you bring the proper amount of ganj then you can crash on my floor and serve that egotistical mu-fuckah a beat-down since I know that due to some issues with the law (which I haven't been able to confirm as far as news reports go but have talked to an eye-witness) he got his gun taken away from him. I don't really have any beef or animosity with Rhymefest but he does hang with Kanye so he's obviously guilty of being "a little-girl-that-talks-too-much-shit" by association. Plus, hip hop is boring as shit right now so if I could tape some British dudes beating a Midwest rappers arse I'd get a kick out of it and then post the video. Sounds like fun to me.

Thursday, November 10, 2005

Muhammad Ali Is Still The Greatest Of All Time
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"This mu-fuckah's craaaaaazy."

I found this via atrios (linked to on the right). From the WaPo:

"Bush, who appeared almost playful, fastened the heavy medal around Muhammad Ali's neck and whispered something in the heavyweight champion's ear. Then, as if to say "bring it on," the president put up his dukes in a mock challenge. Ali, 63, who has Parkinson's disease and moves slowly, looked the president in the eye -- and, finger to head, did the "crazy" twirl for a couple of seconds...

The room of about 200, including Cabinet secretaries, tittered with laughter. Ali, who was then escorted back to his chair, made the twirl again while sitting down. And the president looked visibly taken aback, laughing nervously...

Ali, dressed in a suit, barely cracking a smile, received the loudest and most sustained applause of the day. And the always quotable man who said "I ain't got no quarrel with them Viet Cong" and "I am the onliest of boxing's poet laureates" delivered the most striking moment without speaking a word."

I'd like to think Ali wasn't just joking since W is crazy.

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