SOTBMusic, Uncategorized

WIRTB Review: Lil’ Wayne’s Rebirth

Rap-rock is a predominant force in the hip-hop movement. If there wasn’t a “Walk This Way,” it’s possible that hip-hop and rap music wouldn’t have caught on in the wild-fire way they did. Heck, rap-rock and nu-metal helped create legends out of Linkin Park and, for better or worse, Fred Durst. But, for every “In […]

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WIRTB Review: Unfinished Business

In the early 2000s, there were certain things in hip-hop that were taken to be truths. For instance, Eminem was a vulgar-ass white guy, but he was one of the best lyricists people’d seen. Tupac was still bound to drop an album or two, even though he’d been dead since 1996. And, of course, Jay […]

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Fallout 4: Worth the Wait?

As part of DAR Gaming Week, True passed this piece of greatness over to me to post. If you need any more reasons to play Fallout 4, Peagle provides some below. By @peagle05 It’s time for me to exit the vault, Fallout 4 has been out for a little over a month now and I’ve […]

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SOTBSports, Uncategorized

Dear Dwayne Haskins…

Dear Dwayne Haskins, My name is Johnthan. People call me Speed on the Beat, as I used to rap and make instrumentals. That’s not really the point of this letter. I don’t know you and I’m probably close to a decade older than you. However, I implore you to just pick a side and just […]

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SOTBNerdy, SOTBSports, Uncategorized

The Death of the MLB Video Game

As part of DAR Gaming Week, I will discuss the apparent death of multiple MLB video games.Growing up, there were a few givens in the video game world. Mario would beat Bowser, Sonic would beat Dr. Robotnik, and there’d always be a new baseball game to help me live out my dreams of being a […]

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Hyun-soo Kim is a Baltimore Oriole

The Baltimore Orioles keep on getting (potential) greatness for the low this off-season. After all but stealing Mark Trumbo from the Mariners, and resigning Darren O’Day (for a price that some could argue was lower than expected), the team picked up Korean left fielder/first baseman Hyun-soo Kim. Kim, 28, is coming off a great season […]

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