ESPN’s Skip Bayless is easily the biggest Tim Tebow supporter (politest word I could use there) and while we’re all enjoying Tebow-mania, the bandwagon took a step back in to reality with today’s defeat to the New England Patriots. This video is still classic though.
Original is funny enough, but awwwwww snap, let’s keep the party going. Reeeeeeeemix:
Though to be fair, it’s not topping the OG:
Slow down J, you’re killin’ em.
Brand new visuals for one of the best records of the past year. Sai-giddy’s Warning Shots 2 drops on the 29th on Amalgam Digital and while we still don’t know when that Atlantic project will ever be released, at least we’ll continue to get some good music in the meantime.
Oh, and if you don’t know, Red 5ive is Just Blaze’s alter ego when he decides to sing hooks. The name is derived from Luke Skywalker’s X-Wing jet in Star Wars:
“It’s a trap!”
Yes, I’m a ‘Ye stan, but I really do dig damn near everything Kanye is involved in. This track with Mr. Hudson was recorded during the autotune phase, which he seems to be pretty much done with…probably half on his own volition and the other half thanks to Jay. Either way, it came out pretty dope and the video has a really ill star effect that I haven’t seen before. Plus, it’s catchy…
And I feeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeel like takin’ off
As much as I love all my favorite classic artists, there’s really nothing better than seeing the next generation come up and begin to establish themselves. I remember when I first heard of B.o.B., I was impressed, but not blown away. Fast forward to almost 2 years later and now I’m definitely a huge fan of Mr. Bobby Ray. He killed every verse and hook in 2008 and ’09 will officially be his break out year.
Not only is he insanely talented, but he’s also a real cool dude. You all saw a glimpse of that in the “Autotune” video, but I got to see it firsthand when B.o.B., Playboy Tre, and their manager B. Rich came through Sound Session to chop it up a while back. We talked all about their backgrounds, B.o.B.’s upcoming debut album, the lead single (“I’ll Be In The Sky”), their ability to write infectious hooks, why their music has to be genuine, why the industry needs a reality check, and much more. You can check out the full interview below:
Big shout to the whole crew for dropping by and a special shout to TJ Chapman too. Get ready for the B.o.B./Tre takeover in ’09, for real.
(word to the Gorillaz poster in the studio)
Bobby Ray just ethered half the industry with this one, Wayne especially. I’m sure he’ll have to be PC and downplay any controversy as just jokes, but remember: [Ms. Fischer] behind every joke is a little bit of truth [3rd grade teacher]. Glad someone dope in the industry isn’t afraid to say it…
Look out for B.o.B., Playboy Tre, and B-Rich on Sound Session soon.
Mp3 courtesy of Eskay.
Blasphemy, I know. But hilarious. Shout to the homey 6th for sending this over