- "Freddie Gibbs" New Gangsta Gibbs material will always get top billing on this site. According to Andrew, Str8 Killa No Filla finally drops on July 29th. And the Str8 Killa EP will be in stores and on iTunes will follow soon after. Hit the picture for the dirty version of "National Anthem (Fuck The World)".
- "Apple" Whenever I talk about Apple, it usually involves not wanting to join their cult (whoever developed their slogan probably hasn't stopped laughing since). I've spent the past 5 years complaining about everybody standing in line all day to have identical laptops and phones and such. Always said I'd never cross over to the dark side. Verizon is getting the iPhone in January, you say? Word? Screw principles, my contract expires in December. I'll cop.
- "The Dream"
He still sings worse than D'Angelo with bronchitis or the girl from The Exoricist, but he knows how to write a song. Love King dropped today and, if it's anywhere near as good as the preview visuals, I'll deliver dude his Grammy(s) myself. Props 2DBz. Lawdhammercy.
- "Pizza" Diets are all bullshit. It's not possible to lose weight without some sort of physical distress, and it's not possible to keep it off without permanently adjusting your eating habits. But, if you were ever going to waste your time with a quick-fix diet, go with this one. Matt McClellan, who rides bikes for a living, ate only pizza for a month and lost 24 pounds. It was probably some weak-ass, gouda-covered vegan pizza, but it was pizza nonetheless. All you have to do is cycle 50 miles a day and you can be just like Matt! Props HuffPost.
- "Slacking" It's definitely an art. I prefer to call it "energy efficiency", though. For example, if I told you that, this past quarter, I only went to 2 of my 4 classes, you might say 'you're a slacker.' My Dean's List grades would then say 'shut the fuck up', but I'd excuse my vulgar transcript and say that, no, I'm just efficient with my energy. The good folks over at Cracked have compiled 6 more allegedly lazy behaviors that may actually work out better for you in the long run.