We’re celebrating our 8 year anniversary of SNSS tonight. That’s a lot of shows. Lots of numbers on the boards.
You should get one if you don’t have one. They’re awesome. Even if they only like sports when they’re courtside.
Happy birthday ‘Ye!
Robin Thicke kinda has this lane on lock, but I’m not mad at this track from John West and Pusha T. If you want a fun game, pretend that all of Pusha’s verses towards a girl are actually dedicated towards coke. Sometimes they fit a little too well…
ActuaLOL @ the Nuvo product placement though.
Perhaps it’s just me, but the way Fam-Lay’s rhyming on this doesn’t sound like what I’m used to from him. That’s not a bad thing though, since it’s a dope record. The beat has that typical Neptunes feel, but with a bit of Erick Sermon influenced twist. As for the video, I’m convinced that the Star Trak camp hangs with nothing but the finest females…
The OFWGKTA takeover continues but simply put, breaking things and acting crazy doesn’t hold my attention. Dope music, however, does. Thankfully, Pusha and Tyler provide the latter, even if there are elements of the video that seem pretty pointless but I’ll let the kids go ahead and RAAAAAAAAAAAAAAGE.
Pusha continues his visual assault with yet another video off Fear Of God, this time for the Nottz produced “Alone In Vegas.” 2011 is shaping up to be quite the year for Terrence.
Of all the “EEEGGGHHHHHCKK”-worthy verses on Pusha’s Fear Of God mixtape, this one might be the hardest. The visuals do the right thing and keep it simple for this track that would make Tony Montana himself blush.
I could pretty much listen to anyone rhyme over this beat, but Pusha obviously does it justice. And with all his recent moves, he’s certainly living. I see you Terrance.
New visuals from Pusha’s Fear Of God mixtape, which you can download here if you’re sleeping. This ish is hard. [Pusha] UGHHHH [/Pusha]