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 +1Posted on Aug 21st | re: Run The Jewels - "Blockbuster Night Part 1" (33 comments)

Damn – it’s gonna be real hard to not wear out this mp3 before 10/28

Kinda reminds me of the beat for Liquid Swords in its awesomely simple infectiousness.

 0Posted on Feb 27th | re: Stream Rick Ross Mastermind (3 comments)

Coincidentally – I’ve been listening to Rich Forever again, this past week. Got damn! It’s still so good. The production is just crazy for a mixtape.

I’m excited to give this a go. Devil is a Lie has getting a ton of spins for me.

 0Posted on Feb 1st | re: Mixtape Of The Week: Tree The MCTreeG EP (5 comments)

My god. I love this guy. The voice is the best

 +7Posted on Jan 29th | re: El-P Albums From Worst To Best (24 comments)

That’s a bit strong, but it is the internet and everything is hyperbole. So…

 0Posted on Dec 30th, 2013 | re: The Gummy Awards: Your Top 10 Songs Of 2013 (106 comments)

The melody for step is just so pretty – I don’t even remember what the song is about. The instrumentals are so simple and beautiful.

 0Posted on Dec 29th, 2013 | re: The "Get Lucky" Supercut (24 comments)

Honestly – the original 15 second teaser is still my favorite version of the song.

 0Posted on Dec 29th, 2013 | re: The "Get Lucky" Supercut (24 comments)

I watched this so many times, and it is still unbelievably funny. Probably my video of the year.

 0Posted on Dec 24th, 2013 | re: The Gummy Awards: Your Top 10 Songs Of 2013 (106 comments)

Kanye – Black Skinhead
Chance – Juice
Vampire Weekend – Step
Young Thug – Picacho

 0Posted on Dec 20th, 2013 | re: Brooklyn's 285 Kent Closes? (10 comments)

Is this the one next door to glasslands? Or that big one whose entrance isn’t actually on Kent?
The one with the shitty little bar area behind the stage?

My point being that while unfortunate to lose a venue, at least there are plenty of options over there.

 +1Posted on Dec 20th, 2013 | re: The 40 Best Rap Albums Of 2013 (82 comments)

You’re totally right. Yeezus actually feels more at home atop my “Albums of the Year list” rather than my “Rap Albums of the Year list.” I don’t even really want to compare Yeezus and Acid Rap. Yeezus feels like it’s obviously the most impactful album of the year to me. Acid Rap, on the other hand, is the most fun.