R.I.P. Kwanz of Bored Stiff →
“Eulogy (Blame Me),” by Mistah F.A.B. (produced by Droop-E) [super tagged]. Kinda slow but pleasant Droop-E beat. I’ve never been a big Mistah F.A.B. fan (I respect his talent, but it’s as though I missed the proverbial [yellow] bus). Yet as I’ve said before, he often has something to say, and I’m usually happy to hear it. For those of us who care a...
I just saw The Social Network and it got me thinking a lot about Lil B, the based machine, and signing—or not signing— to a major label. It may be partly because I’ve had Red Flame on repeat for the last week, or the fact that Jay Electronica just signed away his soul to Joe Camel, but I also think there are a lot of parallels between Mark Zuckerberg’s creations and Lil...
i might be back
i stopped tumbling for many months cuz i realized i don’t have much to say. initially, i thought i did. i think i did for a second. last week, i figured maybe the stuff i had to say was twitter-appropriate, so i started a twitter account. however, i don’t have much to say there, either. good talk.
Tumblin' Erb: 21 Questions →
At the very least, these warrant a coffee table book. tumblinerb: why do some people try to lump das racist in with lil’ b and odd future? For the same reason some people think Odd Future is suddenly more popular than Lil B: their relationship with hip hop culture and its practitioners begins and ends on the Pitchfork front page. Why is Killer Mike (fuck that…