because you're a little too old for school clothes...

Tuesday, November 25, 2008

In case you didn't get the European Version of Evolver...

You should click on that picture. For a remix...from Teddy Riley...


Been Listening to this for the Past few hours...

On repeat.

White Van Music is available now at your fine local retailers. Go cop it, werd.

Be back in a few,


Friday, November 21, 2008 never ends...Trick Trick and the Curse of the Yung Berg Chain.

Finally, an official statement from Trick Trick as to the entire Yung Berger situation, brought to us in a satirical point of view.

There are really too many funny moments to name, but...Trick Trick isn't the first one to out the chain as being fake as all hell.  And peep cameos from Lil Wayne, Tupac [yeah, that's right], Big Bird, and Bart Simpson.  Trick Trick also speaks on Berger's "twin" brother [you know...the one that "just touched down"], and gives Maino props.  Shit, Berger himself speaks a few times.  Seriously, it's worth the thirteen minutes of your time.

And no, the Indiana Jones theme doesn't stop.

Oh, here's a bonus:

Warning...there's a Ray J shot in there that you don't want to see.

Give the Transformer some.

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Look what ELSE I found...

Yeah...I'm saying very the pic.  And for another, click here.

Give the theater some.

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Looky what I have...

Yop...Fonzarelli's Ball Street Journal just leaked onto the blogosphere. Peep the tracklisting;

  1. "The Ambassador"
  2. "I'm on One"
  3. "Break Ya Ankles (featuring Shawty Lo)
  4. "Got Rich Twice" (featuring Turf Talk)
  5. "Pain No More" (featuring The Game and Snoop Dogg)
  6. "Tell It Like It Is"
  7. "Give Her the Keys" (featuring T-Pain)
  8. "Hustle" (featuring Turf Talk and R. City)
  9. "Wake It Up" (featuring Akon)
  10. "40 Water"
  11. "Poor Man's Hydraulics"
  12. "The Recipe" (featuring Bun B and Gucci Mane)
  13. "Hood Boy"
  14. "Earl" (featuring Ice T)
  15. "Sliding Down the Pole" (featuring Too Short)
  16. "I Can Sell It" (featuring Cousin Fik)
  17. "Big Time" (featuring Kevin Cossom)
  18. "Alcoholism" (featuring B-Legit)
  19. "Pray for Me" (featuring Bosko and Suga-T)
Sew...I'll drop a few tracks.  Find them, and earn your keep.

Give the 40 some.

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New Keri Hilson viddles

That'd be the new vid for "Turnin Me On", featuring Lil Wayne.  Anyone who remembers me posting this track a while ago would notice that this version sounds different; there are extra horns and synths on the track, which sounds good.  Also, Wayne's verse has been Auto-Tuned, and he changed up the delivery of the bars slightly.  Ehh...should've stuck with the old verse.  All in all, it's a good video.  Peep the cameo by Rich Boy.  Oh, and Polow, who produced.

Oh, and the audio sync is off.  I'll update when/if there's a better version.

That's all, bipeds.

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Look what I've found...

Yes...that album has leaked.  The deluxe edition, even, having five extra tracks.  And then there are supposedly three international bonus tracks on top of that.  Yop.  Sew...I'll give you one of the tracks that won't be on the standard release.  *ahem*  Click the pic.  Seriously; this might not be up for long.

Give the Sasha some.

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Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Kanye x Alan Parsons Project, Tears for Fears [Free Samples drop...]

Kanye's vid for "Heartless".

The Alan Parsons Project - "Ammonia Avenue"
[skip to 2:32, and please forgive the YouTube slideshow]

Hmm...that's a pretty nice song.

Wait...I have another.

Kanye West  - "Coldest Winter" [dedicated to Donda West]


Tears for Fears - "Memories Fade"

This one also sounds pretty good.  But I like 80's tracks, so...disregard.

That's all, bipeds.

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Rihanna x Gucci

That would be Rihanna's new commerical for the Gucci Tattoo Heart Collection.  Of course, if you don't buy purses, you can Rihanna. *ahem*

That's all, bipeds.

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Tuesday, November 18, 2008

There's a video for this now

See you in about 2 weeks, promise.


Monday, November 17, 2008

Illa J Release Party

Yop. I'd like very much to attend this. I missed that Black Milk release party, and I heard that was the bee's knees, sew...this'll suffice. For those of you who don't know who Illa J is, I did an entry a while back on his new album, Yancey Boys. Plus, House Shoes is rocking the spot...and that's a must see, along with the angular vulgarities of Danny Brown's performance. So, if you're in Detroit on the 26th of Nov. [pronounced "nahv"], go ahead and get your seven bucks worth.

Give the drummer some.

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Friday, November 14, 2008

Kanye promo.

Nothing much, really.  Just peep that the heart is pulsating in sync with the 808s, although that'd be considered an irregular heartbeat in real life.  Also note that the heart is pinned to the floor, as in "Love Lockdown", literally.  
Really not ready for this emo ass album.  We'll see.

That's all, bipeds.

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Black Milk viddles.

Black Milk - "Give the Drummer Sum"  Fairly dope, in my opinion.  Video doesn't do much, but the promo is a good look.

Give the drummer sum.

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Unreleased Common x Dilla.

OK, remember this?

That was the original version for Common's "Be", title track off the '05 album.  And apparently, there's a version produced by Dilla:

Pretty awesome, I'd say.  Want?  Click the pic.

That's all, bipeds.

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Thursday, November 13, 2008 tracks from...this guy...

I find this pic dope, for some reason.  But...that's a digression.

Alright, more stuff from eynaK, as if Bouier didn't post enough.  I bring thee three tracks.  Three?  Yop as hell.  Cop em before the DMCA-huggers get wise.

First Joint: "Amazin" (feat. Young yzeeJ)
Second Track: "Streetlights"
Third Cut: "Tell Everybody That You Know" (feat. Lil enyaW)

If you want my opinion, the first one is pretty OK.  The second one, I could do without.  The third one...ehh...I'm saying "No."  The second and third, I think are missing drums.  You know how "Love Lockdown" was, until the chorus? Yeah...but these lead nowhere.  Weezy sort of pwns Ye on his his own track.  I mean...neither one...sounds great...but he hits the beat a little better.

You're welcome for that.'s a Bone-Us, because a certain reader thinks we don't post enough ecnoyeB:

It's called "Ego".  I don't care for it, but that's for personal reasons.  But don't listen to me.  Click the pic.  

*ahem* c/o

Umm...give the drummer some.

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Wednesday, November 12, 2008

The only song that I can say that I like thusfar...

You know the routine.



Reverse Graffiti

Reverse graffiti also known as clean tagging, dust tagging or grime writing, is a method of creating graffiti on walls or other surfaces by removing dirt from a surface. It is usually done by removing dirt/dust with the fingertip(s) from windows or other dirty surfaces. Reverse graffiti on windows/glass can be highly visible due to the reflection of sunlight. Due to the lack of paint it is often considered legal and used for Advertising,with companies such as Microsoft and Smirnoff, have had their products advertised this way. ~ Courtesy of Wikipedia

That shit would make the Ol' Dirty Bastard proud.


Quick Drop from Bouier

The process is almost over, for Grad Apps; my work is almost caught up on. But in the meantime, here is something to keep you appeased.

And only to piss you off.

"Even if I'm harmonizing, it's still from a nigga perspective" - Kanye West

Until I return.


Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Chester French EP...

Yes, the She Loves Everybody EP from Chester French drops today on iTunes. Don't want it on iTunes? Don't worry; drops on the 18th everywhere else. Of course every other blog has been dropping the condom media player widget, which allows to sample the album. Keyword: sample.

Sew...I bring two tracks off the EP, because I'm such a generous human. Two remixes of "She Loves Everybody" one by Steve Aoki, another by The Neptunes. You know the rules: two pics, two tracks. Click the pics, jack the tracks, cheer the ears.

Give the Chester some.
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Saturday, November 8, 2008

T-Pender x J-Timber?

Apparently so.

It's the official remix to "Can't Believe It". And...damned if it doesn't sound decent as hell. New lyrics, two part harmonies and all. Clickity.

That's all, bipeds.

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Q-Tip on David Letterman

Tip gets a little excited about his shirt...otherwise, a pretty dope performance.

That's all, bipeds.

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New Kanye Viddles...

That would be the new vid for "Heartless". Yet another Hype Williams joint, for the win. Peep the Andy Warhol nod, via the Campbell's soup cans. Also peep Kanye lighting the square. Adds some depth to the mood of the song, in my opinion.

That's Kanye West & T-Pain on "Go Hard" off of DJ Khaled's most recent album. Seems pretty low-budget. Oh, and peep the numerous plugs for Nuvo. [5 seconds in, and...every thirty seconds thereafter.] That drink's been in damn near every rap video out right now.

That's all, bipeds.

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Friday, November 7, 2008

Luda x Pender

It's the video for Ludacris' new single "One More Drink". Tried to drop the mp3 for this a while back, but the DMCA keeps riding me [pause]. Pretty smooth song, with a funny video. Peep the cameos by Katt Williams, Shawty from Wild N' Out, and Big Boi. Oh, and peep the pink Nuvo champagne they keep plugging. It's been in a few videos so far. Bought some a while back; pretty tasty.

That's all, bipeds.

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8 minute album sampler.  I'm fairly excited, so far.  Clickity.

That's all, bipeds.

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The Cool Kids x 9th Wonder

9th Wonder remixes "Delivery Man".  A pretty dope one, if you ask me. And you did.  Clickity.

Give the Wonder some.

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Since I haven't said it yet...

Yeah...wanted to officially congratulate Obama on his efforts.  Almost didn't vote for him, but...ended up on the right side of that one.  *whew*

Had an idea to do some fantasy album covers in his honor.  That's the first above.

Now...let's have some fun:

My only complaint is that Obama's team and McCain's team should've switched colors.  Oh, and Palin was terrible.  But you saw that coming, right?

Oh, and in case you haven't seen the hate yet: does that make you feel?

Give the voter some.

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New Gnarls Barkley vid.

     It's called "Mystery Men", dropping from the Who's Gonna Save My Soul EP, which drops on the 11th.  This track was left off The Odd Couple, and I can see why; it does really fit the somber mood of the album.  In fact, it sounds like it would belong on St. Elsewhere.  All in all, I'm a fan of Cee-Lo and Danger Mouse, sew...I'll be getting this EP, one way or another.  *ahem*  Piracy is wrong.

Give the pirate some.

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Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Bouier on Sabatical

I shall return soon. Not only do I have a ton of work to do for class, but I am reapplying for Graduate School. So, yea...sorry...It won't be too long of a hiatus, but if I do post it will be sparingly (Very little words but just a image drop, at which time you will know what to do)

Much like this,

and this,

That last one is produced by Just Blaze by the way....


Will return when time permits,


Tuesday, November 4, 2008


There is a gift in that image as well...

Damn It Feels Good To Be A Gangsta.


New Motorola phone.

That would be the Motorola Aura.  Pics, if you like:

Inspired by high end watches, the phone's switch blade design alone is driven by over 200 parts—130 of them ball bearings used to open the handset up to an estimated 100,000 times before failure. The display is the product of fine crafting as well. Just 1.55-inches in diameter, this "wor'd's first" circular cellphone screen features 16 million colors and 300 dpi clarity, coated with 62-carat sapphire crystal to prevent scratching. Internally, the phone is quad band with GPRS and EDGE featuring 7.3 hours of talk time, 2GB of internal memory, Assisted GPS and 2MP camera.

Looks sexy.  It better...for $2,000.  Yeah...December 4th, for the ballers.

That's all, bipeds.

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New joints from ecnoyeB...

This is another one of those "I'm not saying names" entries, for obvious reasons.  OK.  Two tracks, "lriG detraeH-nekorB" and "oidaR".  The first one was produced by Stargate, the latter by Jim Jonsin.  My favorite is the latter, but that's mostly because it's uptempo, and I'm a dude.  They're both decent...if you're not tired of B yet, that is.

Two pics, two tracks.  Click the pics, jack the tracks, cheer the ears.

Sew...take these, and forget that fact that we haven't updated in a while.  Yes?  Awesome.

That's all, bipeds.

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