https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2PCb9mnrU1g In which the self-styled Supervillian of the year explains his point of view.
In one of the most incredible acts of trollery/performance art I have ever witnessed on these here internets, Shkreli, backed by homies in ski-masks, taunts the fuck out of Ghostface and threatens to "erase [him] from the rap history books." This dude is is beyond legendary by this point, he's some kind of ancient myth.
http://youtu.be/5R682M3ZEyk Mechanical Animals is so the best Marilyn Manson LP, if only it had been more successful, he might have become a genuine great instead of regressing.
Following a billion songs about weed, half a billion songs about MDMA, and a quarter of a billion songs about acid, the universe gets the entirely unapologetic "actually coke can be super fun" anthem the world was waiting for... and its also the most sincere song RiFF RAFF's done since that one from 2010 about people stealing from his crib in Houston the name of which escapes me and is thus bugging the crap out of me.
Neon Icon is actually dropping then. Amazing. What happened to all those superstar features Jody was claiming tho? A$AP Rocky and Wiz and Drake and so on? What we got, Chance The Rapper and Mac Miller? That's some middle of the mall shit, surely? Not that it matters if the record is as jamming as these singles. And does that mean we'll eventually get the Harry Fraud LP? What about Iced Out My Lighthouse? So many questions.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=6BnItVTCe4I#t=24 THIS IS MY FUCKING JAM DUDE.
Oh my god what a record. What joy. What fucking MELODY in those stilted, staccato, post-Soulja single syllables. Incredible.
As discovered in the DBS MArch blast. BIG UP MAN LIKE DBS.
Also Hercules approved. Splash.
In an interesting post-mortem release by the creators of the defunct anonymous marketplace Atlantis there is information that the former admins and users of the Silk Road are planning to resurrect the service. User RR writes: “We have SilkRoad v2.0 ready to launch and is now in its final testing stages. Our site has all the features of the original one and we have kept the same style of forum for your ease.”
The new SilkRoad will be sending out anonymous invites to former vendors and then open to the Tor-using public soon after.
The representatives of Atlantis write:
From a quick scout around I’ve counted at least 5 publicly stated projects with the said aim of replacing becoming “Silk Road 2.0″ and many many more gathering info and building alliances. And this is what Law Enforcement is now parading as a victory? Over two years of investigation, millions of dollars spent and for what so a couple of armchair programmers can build it again in a few days while in the meantime vendors simply move to other site’s . Users are already planning ways to keep the new site secure. This includes the creation of something called BitWasp, an “open source, anonymous bitcoin marketplace specifically built for use in conjunction with Tor or I2P via the hidden services such as .onion websites and eepsites.”
What does this mean for law enforcement and fans of the original Silk Road? First SR won’t be dead for long and I suspect that hackers, now emboldened, will produce many more SR-like sites than any government can police. While the last mile problem of shipping products to and from vendors and clients can still be controlled by customs and postal authorities, I doubt it will be as easy to take down these variegated new services.
“What’s striking to me as an outside observer is there seems to be no shortage of well educated American males in their late 20′s (Manning/Snowden and now Ulbricht) willing to sacrifice bright futures and their own personal liberty to highlight the draconian laws and downright totalitarianism being inflicted by their government on the populous,” writes the Atlantis representative. “History will show it’s the will of the people that’ll win in the end and not that of the dictators in power and I thanks to the actions of DPR and others like him I believe I am now witnessing a full revolution in progress and I for one will be sticking around to document it.”
Southern Hospitality & Tha Fixx Present: Texas Club Music Vol. 1
- Mixed & Compiled by Rob Pursey, Davey Boy Smith & B. Hobbs -
Southern Hospitality teams up with our good friends at Tha Fixx to bring you Texas Club Music Vol. 1, a collection of all the biggest and best club anthems from the great state of Texas - mixed and compiled by Rob Pursey, Davey Boy Smith and B. Hobbs.
For years, Texas has been one of our go-to places for the finest in slow, loud and banging rap to vibe and ride out to.
In 2013 though, and for the last few years, the Lone Star State has become something of an alternate epicentre to the ATL-dominated southern US club scene, thanks to some truly uninhibited music that often manages to find the perfect balance between gleeful and aggressive, resulting in some of the most exhilarating rap anthems we've heard in years.
The tremors are being felt far beyond TX state lines though: it's local common knowledge that Brook Gang Music's 'Pop That Pussy' was the blueprint for French Montana's smash single; Dallas rap duo Yung Nation (whose Shawty Wassup Remix EP we just released) were snapped up by NY-based major-indie eOne Music, while Beat King is obsessed over by hip-hop and electronic DJs from Houston to Brussels thanks in part to his set-stealing monster of a single 'Throw Dat Ahh', which kicks off the mixtape.
We truly hope you enjoy.
01. Throw Dat Ahh - Beat King feat. DJ Chose 02. 3rd Level - DJ Chose 03. Shawty Wassup - Yung Nation 04. T.I.T.S. (Two In The Shirt) - G-Seven feat. Dorrough Music 05. Strippin - Mr Wired Up feat. Fat Pimp & Sherro 06. Don't Stop - T-Wayne feat. Beat King 07. W.T.H. - Prime Time Click (Dorrough Music, Yung Nation & Ace Boogie B) 08. U Ain't Bout Dat Life - Beat King feat. Rai P, P. Wood & Queen 09. Pop That Pussy - Brook Gang Music 10. Wurk Wurk Don't Stop - Yung Nation 11. Basic Bitch - Sharionna feat. DJ Chose & Qu 12. Twerked Out - Theazy feat. Beat King, Rai P & DJ Chose 13. Family Hating - Lil Dust 14. Stop Cuffin - D. Carter feat. Beat King & Nunu 15. Doin Extra - Sherro feat. Mr. 380 & Q-Dog 16. I Can Be A Freak - Supastaar feat. DJ Chose 17. Roll Me Up - Fat Pimp 18. Skirt - Mr Wired Up feat. Yung Bree & DJ Chose 19. Strip Club - Boston George feat. Boo Rossini 20. Is That Pussy Mine - DJ Chose Bonus: Play This In The Club - Lil Tony
http://youtu.be/SjPhUs_Qk_s Young Scooter Featuring Rick Ross, Gucci Mane, Birdman - Colombia (Remix) by aplus87
It's the HERCULEAN RESTRAINT that makes this Young Scooter Columbia record so enduring. The thing straight up refuses to nut.