Now we finally know what happened to Jerry’s finger, man!
Yes, they love movies, but they love really geeky ones too!!! This is awesome.
The Fall music season has begun!
The fact that we are parsing his lines and not the rhetoric makes me hopeful for the future of hip hop. He is pushing these other young brothers to do better and they are accepting the challenge!
Big Sean, 25, took to Twitter to release his latest single, “Control,” to his over 4 million Twitter followers, which features 26-year-old rapper Kendrick Lamar. The seven minute song, which didn’t make it on to his upcoming album, Hall of Fame, is causing quite the stir due to one of Kendrick’s verses. On the song, Kendrick raps about being the “king of New York,” even though he is actually from Compton, California. The he sings that he wants to steal fans away from the biggest names in the rap community.
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Cool power metal cover of ‘Get Lucky’ by Daft Punk and Pharrell.
Some DJ’s like to get the crowd going, others like to work their way in and blow it up. Either way, this guy got our attention and distracted everyone.
Since I featured Mr. Reeves in an earlier post, I thought I would feature his most excellent cohort in this post. Alex Winter produced and direected a documentary that I can’t wait to see. This film follows the Napster kids from their infancy to the present day. Mr. Winter has known Mr. Parker and Mr. Fanning since the late ’90s and intended on making the story of the Music Industry versus Napster into a feature film (which probably could still happen). He discussed his personal relationship with the internet with the Nerdist guys in a recent podcast.
Here’s the trailer for his new documentary.
Having already done beautiful work with Foo Fighters on a national stage, Prince now comes with a sick musical rendition of the Pearl Jam classic, Evenflow.