Check out this hilarious video of Sean Price trying to help these amateur rappers improve on their lyrical skills.
Here's the video synopsis:
Sean Price opens a rap clinic after a tragic accident effects his vocal cords. He is now forced to train up-and-coming rappers, or as he likes to call them, “popcorn fuckheads.” To help prepare them for the overly critical rap world, Sean P uses brash verbal abuse to single out their many weaknesses.
Honestly, some of your favorite rappers need to go to rap boot camp so they can learn how to spit better rhymes and create dope hip-hop songs. #imjustsayin
Apparently, Childish Gambino (aka Donald Glover of Community) has some issues with the blogospere. Granted, the blog culture has changed considerably since I started blogging back in 2003. But it's all good. My thing is this: You learn to move with the times and not fight against it. I just try to post the hottest rap songs on here that catches my ear. No politics, no dick riding, just dope beats and rhymes. That's it.
Having said that, this song is, um, okay, but nothing stellar. Interestingly, the track also features Yung Humma of "Lemme Smang It" fame. I thought dude was an imaginary figure that the Internet created. Who knew he had bars?
No word on where this unfinished song will turn up, but press play and enjoy.
In honor of Ice Cube's 42nd birthday, here is comedian Jawbone's "Wednesday Was a Good Day," a parody video of Ice Cube's classic song "It Was a Good Day." And of course, I had to include O'Shea Jackson's original 1993 video, which was directed by F. Gary Gray.
Happy Birthday, Ice Cube!
**BONUS**:Today, I didn't have to use my A-K . . .
I have to admit, I'm not a big fan of Lil B aka Based God. I think there's an inkling of talent in him, as I wrote in a previous post, but, in general, his rapping skills are extremely subpar.
Hip-Hop journalist Dallas Penn wrote a thoughtful review of Lil B's historic concert at New York's Highline Ballroom, in which fans were offering their mothers and girlfriends to the illustrious Based God. After watching the videos, Lil B is indeed the Jim Jones of rap and I'm not talking about the Dipset rapper, either. Rappers would kill to have Lil B's cult-like status.
Penn also recorded a hilarious video of him doing the wanton soup dance via Lil B's song "Wanton Soup." I also added Lil B's new video for "Look Like Jesus." The clip is pure comedy to me but apparently some folks are upset that Lil B is calling himself Jesus. I loved the scene where Lil B is texting on his Blackberry in the pulpit. Yeah Lil B, you're going to hell for that.
I can't be mad at the Based God. His worth ethic and fan loyalty cannot be denied. He may not be the greatest rapper in the world, but his love and respect for his fans is commendable. I just hope Lil B can take this momentum into the studio and produced a classic rap album. I'm not so sure he can.
Kanye West's macabre and unfinished video for his track "Monster" (Featuring Rick Ross, Jay-Z and Nicki Minaj) was leaked to the Internet on Dec. 31 and subsequently removed from YouTube (and other websites) by the copyright police. I missed the "leaking" event because I was celebrating New Year's Eve . . . away from my computer. From initial reports, the blood-and-gorey clip has sparked more interest in seeing the final product.
Anyway, check out this awesome YouTube video of "Monster" featuring some of your favorite Muppet and Sesame Street characters, including Kermit the Frog, Cookie Monster and Miss Piggy (as Piggy Minaj) *guffaw*. The clip was produced by the creative folks at Galaxy World Video. According to Michael DiSalvo, the company's "ideas man," the crew spent hours sifting through hundreds of Muppet movies and YouTube clips to find the Muppets "in their true rough nature." Footage was culled from The Muppet Christmas Carol, The Muppet Movie, The Muppets Take Manhattan, as well as Sesame Street and The Muppet Show.
New Video: Kanye West -- Monster" (The Muppet Remix)