No M.O.P. No problem? Hey how many Internet soldiers are really gonna legally cop Slaughterhouse this week? Time will reveal. Hey, one issue no one’s really addressed that’s really bothering me: What’s up with Joe Budden topless at every performance nowadays? What the LL Cool J is that shit? I challenge that nigga to put a shirt on. Ha!
Camera Work: Da-What
Bonus: Other side of the coin!
“We Were Once A Fairytale” which debuted at an L.A. film fest a few months ago, will now be available on iTunes on Sept 8th. If you remember Jonze shot West’s controversial video for “Flashing Lights” and this looks to be even crazier. What’s this film about you ask? Well awhile back Miss Info got the scoop and revealed an L.A. writer’s assessment of it. B.Dot get your Joo Joo beans ready!
“In the film, Kanye plays himself drunk at a club acting belligerent and boastful, telling starstruck club-goers that the song playing in the club is his. He wanders into a side room where he encounters a beautiful woman. They start having sex and then he passes out on her leopard print dress. When he comes to, he finds himself in the VIP room with his pants down – he was hallucinating and fucking the pillow. The realization startles him and he rushes to the bathroom where he vomits what look like rose petals.
Then it gets weird.
Kanye finds a bowie knife in the bathroom and cuts into his stomach, spilling a torrent of more petals. He digs in the knife deeper and then with his hand rips out a small furry rodent, like a demon, only its quite cute. When Kanye realizes it’s connected to him with an umbilical cord, he pulls it hard, ripping it out of him for good. He then puts the demon on the sink and hands him a tiny bowie knife to fit the critter’s scale who then uses it to commit hari kari.”
Now that’s cinema!
Here’s footage of Dark Man X performing one of my favorite cuts at a club in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. As Info stated, X still has palpable stage presence. And let’s not forget, an extensive catalouge as well. Personally, “Slippin” is one of the few rap songs that sound better censored. Those onomatopoeic bleeps are the shit!
Behind a scenic landscape, B.o.B. gets his John Denver on in the rocky mountains of Utah. Ain’t that, Jazz-y. Ha!
Slaughterhouse throws their 4 cents in the 1515 Boys business.
“Jay and Em is still at the top, and that’s it. Everybody else is trying to reach out. I love Blu. Blu, and I still love [Kool] G Rap. It’s a million niggaas to name. Jay right now, at his age, is still better than niggas. But when you write that hottest list, you’re not gonna put Jay and Em at 1 and 2. You’re not. Don’t lie to me and say you are. Don’t insult my intelligence. In 2009, you’re not gonna put Jay and Em 1 and 2 on your list. You can bet me money.”
Now this guy is starting to make some sense. Ha!