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   Sunday, August 22, 2004


Nas in Central Park

I tripped when I read about Nas's comments regarding George W. during his Central Park concert. The sad thing is that I've never really kept up with Nas, even though he's a pretty major reference point. So I didn't know he called white people "devils." As usual, O-Dub cuts to the chase, in this case, honing in on the weakness of calling Bush "gangsta."




   Tuesday, August 17, 2004


Davey D and O-Dub

Some recent articles that caught my eye include this incisive discussion of voting and politics in an interview with Davey D and Oliver Wang's comments on various hip hop products in light of the 25th anniversary of Rapper's Delight.




   Tuesday, August 10, 2004


Hip Hop Albums Updated

I'm finally back to work on netweed and I started by updating Hip Hop Albums. Actually, I was getting it up to date with summer releases. It's been an interesting summer so far and August has a lot of cool looking albums coming out. So I've got more to add soon.

Like a Lizard in the Sun

No, that's not the title of my first album. It's how I feel, creeping back into action, but good, full of life.

Which is somewhat amazing since I'm now working in a grocery store moving shit around and talking nice to customers. The job isn't so bad but I work with a crew that's a combination of people who won't even look at you as you walk by, nut cases and assorted folks who may or may not be ok. Check this out, I made a joke to two people that I really wasn't cut out for manual labor. Not a very funny joke, but something to share with a coworker when you're exhausted. A few days later, it was one of the main points on my performance review. Then I found out from someone on another crew that it was a public point of discussion when I wasn't there.

You know, I hate it when gossiping bitches front like they're men. It reminds me of certain blogs I used to read.

In any case, I'm back. Some things have changed. Some will remain the same.