About time there was a video for this. Dope shit!
Friday, February 24, 2012
All of Flo Rida's songs officially sound the same but I still don't care. I still end up liking all of them for some reason. It's ridiculous commercial shit but sometimes you just need a happy uptempo joint to put you in a good mood. I can't be listening to gangsta shit 24/7.
This might not be the funniest version of S**t "X" Say" but it's certainly a truthful version. Now that everyone can make music on their computers, the game has gotten out of control. Everyone thinks they are a DJ and now almost as many people think they are a rapper. Sad but true.
Awesome. K-Swiss and Kenny Powers crushed this promo video, as usual. They did a little spoof on Steve Jobs (too soon?), MTV Cribs and an interview with Bruce Lee. WTF?!?! It's pretty ballsy for a fairly conservative company like them to get this crazy but sometimes you gotta take it to the next level to compete with the big boys. Classic ish.
Friday, February 17, 2012
Maybe it's a little easier to pull this off on smaller D II players but I'm pretty sure Kwame Alexander has the hops to pull this off on anyone. That was just plain NASTY!!! Here are a few other vids of Kwame putting in work. He represented during a dunk off with some other college players and he also wrecked a rim during a game just a few weeks ago. Impressive.
Thursday, February 16, 2012
Dope! It's nice to hear some new ish from the De La Soul boys. They simply make timeless Hip Hop. It never sounds dated or trendy. It's just good ass music. I wish more people followed that concept instead of trying to keep up with the hottest trend or dance that dies in a few weeks. Ugh.
This could have been a lot better but if you are a sneakerhead or know one, you might find this a little funny. The main issue is they used two super nerds to make this and they just don't seem believable as sneakerheads. I'm sure there are plenty of hipster dorks that are into shoes as much as other people but it seems like that might be more of an NYC thing. I'd like to see a newer version of this with some people I actually recognize as sneakerheads like dudes who play basketball and listen to Hip Hop. That's a true sneakerhead to me but obviously the game has been diversified over the years so maybe I am just dating myself...
Wednesday, February 15, 2012
I'm not really sure why this video is just getting released now since the song has already seen better days on the charts but I guess it's better late than never. I thought it was kind of lame that they had to put a seizure inducing warning at the beginning but once I actually saw it, I kind of understood why. That shit cray!
All He Does is Lin, Lin, Lin, No Matter What!!! Wow. This Jeremy Lin thing just won't end. I've been following this from day 1 and have been infatuated with it but I fully expected the madness to end by now. I'm glad he's proven me wrong because he is really fun to watch and he is single-handedly reviving the lockout shortened season by bringing back fans that gave up on the game or who would have never watched it otherwise which is pretty incredible considering no one knew who he was a few weeks ago. The kid's got game though. I hope he continues to play like this when Melo comes back because the Knicks will be a real fun team to watch if it works and will certainly be tough as hell to beat.
This is a cool interview with the Sneaker God, Tinker Hatfield from the Air Jordan 2012 Launch Event. I would love to be a part of something like this and get to ball in the new Jordans while playing some hoops but I live on the wrong coast. Oh well. I wasn't too sure about the 2012's at first but they are definitely growing on me. I like the versatility and all of the ways you can customize them to suit your game and style. Very cool.
Monday, February 13, 2012
Nasty! That's all you really need to say. This is one of the best in game windmills I've seen in awhile. Here are a few more sick dunks from the Clippers/Bobcats game this weekend.
Friday, February 10, 2012
You knew it was only a matter of time before someone put together a Gronk/Jersey Shore Mashup. This is a pretty ghetto creation but I think that's what makes it so good. I love the poorly done overdubs on Gronk when he's talking to the camera. I'm pretty sure he said his name was Roberto at one point as well. Classic.
Tuesday, February 7, 2012
Is this real life? This isn't even fair. This is like when I used to beat up my little brother on Nerf Hoops when he was a toddler and I was a teenager. No contest. After watching the video though, I'm not as impressed as I thought I would be. He definitely has some good skills and instincts but he's also very slow and way too skinny. If he ever wants to play at the next level, he's going to have to get some speed or he will get the ball stolen every time. Height only means so much and he may just become a sideshow if he doesn't improve rapidly. I'm sure Mamadou Ndiaye hasn't been playing competitive basketball for more than a few years so I will certainly give him the benefit of the doubt and time to improve. I'd love to see another tall dude like Manut Bol in the NBA so I'm hoping he gets some good coaching and eventually makes it to the NBA or at least Division 1 in the near future. Either way, it's pretty cool to see someone this big just dominating with ease during any kind of sporting event. As someone said in the YouTube comments "This is like watching Space Jam when the aliens win." Exactly. HA HA.
Monday, February 6, 2012
Very nice. I haven't heard a solid remix like this in awhile but this one certainly works. I almost like it as much as the original which is a good thing. I thought this was the best Jeezy has sounded in a few years. The beat worked real well with his style and voice. Dope.
Friday, February 3, 2012
Busta goes off with another one of his fast rap styles and kills it once again. Chris Brown's hook was a little weak but it was decent enough. These two might need to make an album together. It might get old after awhile but so far the collabo has been working.
New shit from Jeezy. Kind of boring but it's nice to see that TM103 finally got released. Anyone heard this yet? I'm still not sure it's worth a purchase.
I've been sitting on some new videos for the last few days because I didn't have any time to post. I didn't like Lil Wayne's "Mirror" at first but it's starting to grow on me. The video is kind of cool too...
Wednesday, February 1, 2012
I heard Paul George grew 2 inches this summer and is now 6'10" even though most programs still list him at 6'8". I guess this dunk isn't that impressive if he really is that tall but it still looked pretty damn good to me, especially at full speed on the fastbreak. Dope! Here's a few more sick dunks from Tyreke Evans, Alonzo Gee and LeBron James. This Alonzo Gee guy from the Cavs is starting to make a name for himself very fast. I had no idea who he was two weeks ago but he threw down two hammers in the past two weeks and I officially have him on my dunk radar. Not bad.