The godfather of trap music dropped his Trap Or Die 2
three months lateabout an hour ago. I haven't gotten to listen to it yet, but it's Jeezy. How bad can it be? I'm hoping that Barack ODrama doesn't yell what voice he has left over every track, but, then again, I also play $2 scratch off lottery games.My worries about Drama were premature. Cannon is hosting the tape. Click the pic for the download and enjoy the coke rap and adlibs.
- "Vinny" The Bulls will have one less Negro on the floor next year after they fired Vinny today. I feel bad for the guy, b/c he was pretty much hired to be fired. There was no way he was going to get a contract extension, even though he did about as well as a first-time coach could've done. He allowed Derrick Rose to blossom into an All-Star by his second season, got Joakim Noah to function like a normal human being, and got the Bulls in the playoffs each year. Not bad for a guy who'd never coached before. Vinny should land somewhere else, and I wish him the best. Except for when he coaches against the Bulls.
Can't hate on any city that tases the busters that run onto the field during baseball games. Where do you sign up for the fan-keeper-outter job at stadiums anyway? It's about as sweet a gig as I can think of, besides porn star and SafeRide driver. You get front-row seats to games and you get to tase people. For money.
- "Good Taste" I'm going to exercise some here for a change. That potluck of a face you see above is that of a Spaniard named Rafael. Just Rafael. I don't think he plays professional soccer, but I guess if you get half your face blown off and replace it with somebody else's then you've earned your single-moniker status. Remember, I'm being tasteful here. I couldn't find out what happened to Rafael's OG face, but it's still worth sharing. Next time you look in the mirror and start dreaming you looked like somebody else, cut that shit out. Rafael said so.
- "Linda Farrow Projects" I've never heard of them, but that doesn't mean I can't appreciate how fresh these shades are. Guest designers like Jeremy Scott, Tim Soar, and apparently Buggin' Out from Do The Right Thing have hopped on to lend some of their vision to the new Linda Farrow line. With good results.