This video is amazing. That’s all.
This video is amazing. That’s all.
Hell yes, I didn’t know there was a new Death Grips record! I loved last year’s Ex Military and I’m pretty surprised to see a follow up so quickly. I felt like their first record just came out of nowhere, grabbed you by the face, hatefucked your brain, and then sat back to have a smoke, super content with itself. This track from their new record The Money Store suggests that their approach to your brain has stayed more or less the same.
Enjoy! Be pummeled!
Charles sent this to me yesterday, but I only just listened to it a moment ago. Damn is this track fucking hot. It’s awesome while Spank Rock is doing his business, but the super secret guest who drops at 1:45 is amazing. It’s all hinted at throughout the track with the slowed down triggerman beat and any regular reader of this site will recognize the voice. Of course, you could be sneaky and read the tags to see who it is, but listen to the track and tell me you don’t move a little bit.
Booty booty booty booty rockin’ e’rywhere.
A side note, it makes me laugh to post this directly after posting Agoraphobic Nosebleed.
You know, I suspect I am supposed to be all, “Oh damn, look at these fly honies! I LOVE fly honies!” after watching this music video for a song I’ve never heard before by someone who I’ve never heard of, but, really, all I thought was, “Damn, I want a burger.”
Who wants to eat a burger with me tonight? My fridge is broken so I had to toss its contents which means no din-din at home. Let’s eat burgers!
If you are not involved in production or post-production in any way, this video is going to make about as much sense to you as a binder full of math problems makes to a skunk. However, if, like me, you are involved, please to enjoy this video created at Beast San Francisco on a slow day just before Christmas (you know, that formerly pagan holiday we all just had to suffer through). I don’t know the fellow starring in the video, but I see Connor in there and I know him, so that’s pretty sweet ass and shit. I used to be work compatriots with tese folks before the Great Laying Off of 2009 when we all existed under the name of Filmcore.
Ah, halcyon days of yore.
My favorite line? “You shot 4K, but you’re finishing SD. That doesn’t make any sense, you see.” So fucking true it hurts.
With each passing day, Deegan becomes more and more entrenched in the East Bay Hip-hop community and I love it. Regular readers and friends will immediately recognize Deegan in this video, but for those of you that don’t fall into those categories, you have two options.
1) Click on the “Deegan” tag at the bottom of the post and find the recurring dude in all the posts.
2) Look for the only white dude in the video.
Also, wow, this whole “shot on a 5d2/7d” look sure has become easily recognizable. Not that it’s bad, but definitely recognizable immediately.
Anyway, neat, if simple, video for a song I really feel nothing about. I’m just waiting for Deegs to show up in a metal video. That would be amazing.
Breaking from the wilds of the East Bay, CA, here’s a video from BigVon.com featuring E-40 talking a little bit about the production of his new double record and sipping from a keg cup.
More important that a Bay Area hip-hop legend’s musings on the dopeness of getting Björk sample cleared is that my old, old buddy Deegan is at the helm of the mix, taking care of a room full of rappers, hangers-on, and other folks. Yup, that’s Deegan in the gloves with the beard. Good job, Deegs!
Help my friend get his gold record and buy one of each of E-40’s new records.
Do it! Help Deegan retrieve enough revenue to pay his son’s bills. You know you want to. I just did.