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Three Signs You Should Not Be Writing About Rap Music (via @NoiseyMusic)

One of the Internet’s great accomplishments is widening the pool of writers for various topics. Before the Internet, restriction of access made it difficult to write effectively about a lot of stuff without playing nice with those you were writing about.  So, for example, sports reporters tended to be ex-athletes who were just excited to be in the same room as the pros.  Now we spend as much time clowning athletes for their terrible hollering skills as we do praising their performance on the field, word to Brett Favre.  And that’s great because athletes are fundamentally entertainment and we should treat them not like infallible Christian gods, but like entirely dysfunctional Greek gods. [READ MORE]

Words by @skinny412

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Drop Splits and Front Flips:The People Vs Action Bronson (via @noiseymusic)

More gorgeous than Rick Ross and apparently an extremely good gymnast , we got Action Bronson to respond to the comments left about his music video for The Symbol on YouTube, in the latest episode of The People Vs.

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48 Hours with Action Bronson - Noisey Raps (Episode 2)

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Bodega Bamz - “Mi Casa” (by Noisey)

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What if Every Song on Drake’s New Album Was an Epsode of Seinfeld? (via noiseymusic)
  Hey whats up! You know the rapper Drake? k, so, his new albem ‘Nothing Ever Is The Same’ just got release for free downloade via ilegal websites.
I just listaned to it and its terible. jk! Its honestly a prety laid back r&b albem that remind me of like a slight bit more chilax versien of the Waiting To Exhaile soundtrack.
Anyway, during when I was listening to it, I had a thought that you might say is prety “tacos locos” or whatever but Im asking you to just keep an open mind:
What if every track on Drake new albem ‘Nothing Ever Going To Be The Same Again’ was a diferent epsode of Sienfeld? Like, I know it sound far fetch, but simply imagen what if the entire story ark of Seasen 25 (which is the seasen Senfeld would be in curently if NBC had never canceled it in 1998 due to abysmel rateings) of Sienfeld is about Drake become frends with Jary, Garge, Elane and Krame.
Actualy, you dont even have to imagen because I did that for you. So without furthar ado, I now present Seasen 25 of Seidnfeld starring Drizy, where every track from his new albem is a diferent epsode. The “show about nothing?” More like “show about ‘Nothing Is The Same’” LOL

If this dosent make you laugh, no ofense but you probebly have something wrong mentaly. [Read More…]

What if Every Song on Drake’s New Album Was an Epsode of Seinfeld? (via noiseymusic)

  Hey whats up! You know the rapper Drake? k, so, his new albem ‘Nothing Ever Is The Same’ just got release for free downloade via ilegal websites.

I just listaned to it and its terible. jk! Its honestly a prety laid back r&b albem that remind me of like a slight bit more chilax versien of the Waiting To Exhaile soundtrack.

Anyway, during when I was listening to it, I had a thought that you might say is prety “tacos locos” or whatever but Im asking you to just keep an open mind:

What if every track on Drake new albem ‘Nothing Ever Going To Be The Same Again’ was a diferent epsode of Sienfeld? Like, I know it sound far fetch, but simply imagen what if the entire story ark of Seasen 25 (which is the seasen Senfeld would be in curently if NBC had never canceled it in 1998 due to abysmel rateings) of Sienfeld is about Drake become frends with Jary, Garge, Elane and Krame.

Actualy, you dont even have to imagen because I did that for you. So without furthar ado, I now present Seasen 25 of Seidnfeld starring Drizy, where every track from his new albem is a diferent epsode. The “show about nothing?” More like “show about ‘Nothing Is The Same’” LOL

If this dosent make you laugh, no ofense but you probebly have something wrong mentaly. [Read More…]

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The Ten Worst Mixtape Covers on Datpiff Right Now (via noiseymusic)

If you don’t know Datpiff.com then sorry, but you don’t know hip-hop. “The Authority in Free Mixtapes”, has given Mac Miller, Kid Cudi, Chance The Rapper their come-up and has hosted exclusives from heavyweights like Lil Wayne, 2Chainz, Young Jeezy, and Rick Ross. But the site isn’t limited to huge artists – anyone can upload their own mixtape, even if they’re just a high-school kid with a dream, Audacity, and MS paint.

The mixtapes on Dat Piff are about urgency, dropping something without the clunking machinery of a label. Unfortunately, for every Dreamchasers 2–the most popular tape, currently at 4 million downloads–is a thousand releases with some of the worst cover art that we’ve ever seen. [Read more]

Words by: @ElissaKB