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PA Vol. 55: The @DrizzleSez Interview Part Two

Yesterday, Drizzle Sez and I talked about heartbreak, some of his back-story, and other possibly pressing questions. Today, we’re talking more of the same with some Trump commentary, the reasoning behind PA, and other hot-button topics you may’ve been asking yourselves “when are they going to get to that.” As always, things are going to […]

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PA Vol. 54: The @DrizzleSez Interview, Part One

Today is a very special PA. No, we’re not talking about drug abuse or the dangers of teen pregnancy. Instead, Drizzle agreed to “sit down” with me and talk about some of his life experiences and the reasons why he and I became Profound Assholes and other things.  As many of you may (not) know, […]

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New Music from @AMOGETITDONE

During my UMD days, I ran into a lot of talented artists. From DK to Ikey, it’s suffice to say that the area is an untapped gold mine. One of those artists, a DMV artist named Amo (BKA AMOGetItDone), has been on my radar for a minute as someone I always seek out when new […]

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The Reasoning Behind the Reyna Interview (Slightly NSFW)

Now, if you’ve followed SpeedontheBeat.com for a while, you’ll have noticed a few things. I’m candid about my mental illness, my mother’s death really messed me up and made me re-evaluate a lot of my life, and I enjoy discussing social media and all its greatness and follies. So, in 2013, when Reyna first popped […]

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UMD Gets a…Nightclub?: The Final Chapter

Last year, the University of Maryland’s (in)famous Route One was the recipient of a new nightclub-like spot in the form of Terrapin’s Turf. My first two encounters with the atmosphere were, to put it lightly, pretty infuriating–mainly because this place had “hit” written all over it, but ended up giving me something else that ends […]

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Re-Introducing…Lex Rush

Lex Rush is fucking dope. End of story.Alright, let me back up a bit, so I don’t seem biased. Lex Rush is a young woman from Queens who, simply put, has bars. She started rapping at 13, influenced, like many of us at the time, by artists such as Jay-Z, DMX, Nas, and late-1990s/early-2000s Cash […]

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