Browsing All Posts filed under »Procrastinators«

Beat Makers on Hulu

May 8, 2010 by


It’s been a while since Hulu has put out a hip-hop documentary for me to post and help you waste your time with, but it’s finally happened again. The newest documentary, Beat Makers, takes us into the world of hip-hop producers. I should point out that the film is a little heavy on the music […]

Cleveland Jr. Schools Kanye on the Finer Points of Klingon

May 7, 2010 by


Okay, so this is by no means new, but when I first heard that Kanye was going to be on The Cleveland Show I filed it under “pass” along with getting my nails done did and watching Glee (I’d rather stick a taco in my mouth and the Taco-Bell Chihuahua in my ass and let […]

Lady Gag–err Christina Aguilera’s New Video

May 1, 2010 by


Not Myself Tonight: Have you ever gone to a party only to find out that someone is wearing the exact same outfit as you, only they’re rockin’ it much, much better. This is kinda like that. Perhaps Christina has been out of the game for so long that no one told her about Lady Gaga. […]

If You Got It, Smoke It: Snoop & Kid Cudi Celebrate 420

April 20, 2010 by


The sticky icky, the green monster, Thelonious Skunk, whatever you call it, today is the unofficial day that potheads and high schoolers the world around celebrate its existence. It should come as no surprise that the Doggfather of Ganj would release another record and video about smoking bud, but this time he is joined by […]

Terry Crews is a crazy person…and I love it.

April 4, 2010 by


I’ve been a Terry Crews fan since Friday After Next and White Chicks (not to mention the work he did on Aaron Mcgruder’s The Boondocks), but now my appreciation for him has reached a whole new level. Terry has become the spokesman for the Oldspice Odorblocker bodywash and through the writing and directing talents of […]

Weekend Procrastinators

March 5, 2010 by


The weekend has come, and not a moment too soon. After a long week of running between the radio station and Mass General, I’m more than welcoming a break from it all. Like most weekends T and I will undoubtedly have a couple adventures and between adventures we will probably start planning next week’s show—if […]

Lil Chuckee vs. Lil Twist: Race to the Wiki

March 4, 2010 by


(Update: Lil Twist has officially won the race to the wiki with his upcoming album thrusting him into cultural relevancy over Lil Chuckee. Upon hearing the news, Q attempted to throw himself from a building, but was stopped by T who convinced him that if he could survive the rise and fall of Mystikal he […]

Nyle “Let The Beat Build” Video

February 28, 2010 by


Easy T sent me this video (courtesy of her main man, Kool Keith) and it seemed worth sharing, so here it is (apparently I was living under a rock and missed this): The artist, Nyle Emerson, did this during his senior year at NYU for a school project. It’s amazing what a $2,000 NYU grant, […]

Parks and Recreation Ain’t Nothin’ to Fuck With.

February 16, 2010 by


Oh shit. Where do I even begin? There are so many things I love about this: ?uestlove with a sniffer of brandy and his trademark afro pick. The RZA’s emphatic endorsement of Girl Power. The idea that Amy Poehler only got the role of Leslie Knope after Ghostface Killah turned it down. AZIZ MOTHERFUCKIN’ ANSARI, who […]

The Carter (Lil Wayne Documentary) and other ways to waste your time

February 16, 2010 by


So the snow is back in Boston, you don’t want to go anywhere, but you keep on asking yourself, “what the Hell should I do with my life.” Well, if you are anything like me you’ll probably want to spend that time learning something about society, culture, or bitches. Sadly, neither of these videos do […]

Hulu Twofer: Freestyle: The Art of Rhyme & New Flavors

January 31, 2010 by


Because two is always better than one, hulu released two more rap documentaries, Freestyle: The Art of Rhyme and New Flavors. While Freestyle’s content seems obvious from the name, New Flavors is about the rise and impact of Southern Rap—and here I thought all Southern Rap did was give us grills. ‘Freestyle: The Art of […]

Biggie and Tupac

January 22, 2010 by


The weekend is here, time to wait out that hangover with a movie. Biggie and Tupac is a no holds barred investigation into the still unsolved murders of two of the biggest superstars rap has ever produced; Christopher Wallace, aka Biggie Smalls, and Tupac Shakur. more about "Biggie and Tupac ", posted with vodpod

Steal This Film

January 4, 2010 by


In my never-ending battle to highlight copyright issues, I found that Hulu is currently playing Steal This Movie. You should watch it. Video description: Steal This Film takes account of the prominent players in the Swedish piracy (copyright infringement) culture: The Pirate Bay, Piratbyrån (Piracy Bureau), and The Pirate Party. more about “Hulu – Steal […]

WhoSampled.Com: Amazing.

December 24, 2009 by


Just a quick (non-) holiday post. I stumbled across the site yesterday, and I’m completely obsessed. The tagline, “Exploring and discussing the DNA of music”, is a good descriptor; this site makes no judgment calls on the legitimacy, legality, or ethics of sampling, but simply serves as a roadmap of where songs have come […]