January 24, 2010
About On The Home Front:
***Home front is the informal term commonly used to describe the civilian populace of a nation at war as an active support system of its military.***
On The Home Front features the lyrics of Speaks and Lee, two working class PG County, MD. natives with close ties to the Washington, DC hip-hop scene. On The Home Front also features DJ Scratch Master K, who accentuates the tracks with cuts that prove he's worthy of the name.
The sole guest appearance is from Bu Bu the Producer, a 15-year veteran of the Districts music scene. Bu Bu lends his vocals on P Dot G Dot, in addition to engineering and producing several tracks for the album in Asiatic Studio. The bulk of production for the album was handled by Speaks in Hazmatic Studios.
This is my friend Cory's rap group, which features Speaks and DJ SMK as well.
January 19, 2010
January 18, 2010
January 14, 2010
1) Shade 45 is the best. If I had XM radio, I'd definitely put it in my top 5 rotation stations.
2) Why do some stores have lines that are off the charts, whereas other stores can deal with heavy clientele?
3) When you go to the grocery store, do you end up buying the same things week after week?
January 12, 2010
January 8, 2010
2010. 5 Random Things.
Is 'classic' the only way to prevent aging?
Why can't hybrid cars look a little better??
Why do people still bother using non-spicy hot sauce???
Will living in the city eventually mean having a lot of money????
When will cheap meals cost more than 10 but less than 15 dollars????
-Sir Carry Outski
"He's always been very business minded and looked at skating in that fashion, which was smart because look where he is now. He's never changed, he didn't just turn into what you see. I never looked at skating that way, and one way isn't better than the other, we both just stayed true to who we are." -John Drake
*For more on OG Alien Workshop rider John Drake, check out this great interview at Chrome Ball Incident.
at 5:37 AM
January 6, 2010
In other world news, Washington Wizards point guard Gilbert Arenas pulls a gun on his teammate. When questioned by authorities, Arenas was hesitant but cooperative, saying he modeled his "diplomatic relations" after the "US government" and "military". His teammates and city of Washington are deeply confused.