Fader: Do you see yourself as a conscious rapper?
Ab-Soul: Who is not conscious? That’s dumb shit! That’s like Neo Soul. What is Neo my nigga? What Neo mean? From The Matrix? Jill Scott’s in the Matrix? Conscious rapper? I’m alive motherfucker, I’m aware, what you mean? That’s some dumb ass shit. Who is not conscious. If you’re not conscious you’re not rapping no more. Biggie is an unconscious rapper.
Looks like I’m not that kind of person that should be live-blogging. I write like eight sentences on a single topic, edit the hell out of them, and when I finally get to post the blog I’ve missed like ten minutes of whatever I’m watching.
I hate it whenever a world championship (WHC or WWE Championship) is defended in the first match of a WWE pay-per-view. They should at least try to give those titles and their titleholders some semblance of legitimacy by always putting world title matches in the main event or somewhere close to it.
I didn’t know how to pronounce “Sufjan Stevens” until I listened to the last Childish Gambino record. Thank you Mr. Glover.
Looked through the boxing tag on tumblr. Practically nobody is talking about the Vitali Klistchko vs. Derek Chisora fight. As if I needed more evidence for how sad the heavyweight boxing scene has become (in the U.S. at least; this fight’s probably getting mad viewership in Europe).
Nepalese woman accused of witchcraft and burned... →
Kathmandu, Nepal (CNN) — A 40-year-old mother of two was burned alive in central Nepal after she was accused of being a witch, police said Saturday. Dhegani Mahato was attacked and set on fire by family members and others after a shaman allegedly accused her of casting a spell to make one of her relatives sick, Police Officer Hira Mani Baral said. The attack occurred Friday in Bagauda...
My room has really bad lighting for taking webcam pictures.
You ever browse through your dashboard and you tell yourself “I don’t remember following this person.” And you want to unfollow them but then you feel bad because you think they’ll notice.
People will often cry gross over-intellectualisation when popular culture is...– Simon Pegg, ‘Nerd do well’ (via ninestories) Thank you Simon Pegg for articulating better this than I ever could. It always bugs me when people get mad at critics for giving a Transformers movie or Katy Perry album a bad review because you need to “turn your brain off” to enjoy them.