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The In-Bee-Ayyyyy Draft

::hums Speed-SPN theme for the first time in a year::It’s that time again, guys and girls. The number-one pick this year, surprisingly, wasn’t another Kentucky freshman with height, knee problems and an awkward-ass face. Pundits now, as usual, are saying that Anthony Bennett was a far-more-sensible choice than Nerlens Noel who, per Forbes, will now lose $10M from […]

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Fly Rebel Society – "Tokyo Tower" and "All Night"

I don’t usually receive tips from other bloggers, but when I do, I drink Dos Equis make sure I check them out. We blogger-types have to stick together, especially if we’re all music bloggers. We don’t have to always agree with each other, but we’ve got to stick together. Anyhow, Kumbayah session aside, I’ve to give a […]

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If I Were a WWE Writer

(Let’s take a break from talking about Songs For and the new single for just a moment.) Well, I think it’d be a first, because I’m pretty sure that there aren’t any remotely black writers on the team. If there were, we would probably have less buffoonery from the black(ish) wrestlers not named Dwayne Johnson and […]

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Sinitus Tempo retires?

Seems like DMV superproducer and avant-garde artist Sinitus Tempo may be hanging it up. I’m not trying to start anything, but if it’s true, this is big news for his fans and observers of the DMV music scene. Always the humble type of guy (even in possible retirement), Nathan “Sinitus Tempo” Peters burst onto the […]

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"Just Can’t See Myself (Miss Music)" Snippet

I’ll be honest with you, I can’t give you the whole song. Not yet, anyways. Why? Well, if I give you everything off the album for free, why in the hell would you want to buy anything from it (regardless of the good that’ll come from it. As with the original #RR pressing/release, a portion […]

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Kanye West – "Yeezus" in (Technically) Three Hundred Words

My response to those boundto be pissed off at me. Yeezus is grating and jarring, utilizing lo-fi production and turning most levels up to 12 (when normally, they’d be at about 5). It’s “abstract”-friendly, meaning that it’s not a great album–in fact, in some moments, it’s barely passable. But those that call themselves “experts” on […]

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