Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Handicapped Vagina FALLOUT!

So, a couple of weeks ago, the Internet was all BEFUDDLED over a video on YouTube from user: "CripplewithSwag" over her "My Vagina Ain't Handicapped" video. She appears to be a handicapped girl, who decided to rap about how although she's crippled, her vagina isn't....


So a few weeks later, fellow YouTube user: "Brian Bee" decided to address the video with his Coochieness character, which was quite funny by the way...

Now some people were feeling some type of way regarding Coochieness addressing someone who is crippled. Although, she did put herself out there with the whole vagina ain't handicapped flow. (She even thanked Based God...I can't!)

Well apparently, CrippleWithSwag didn't appreciate the Coochieness video and responded.

She responded with another rap!

What she didn't realize is that Brian is OUT THERE! He took it personally, and made a video response. No rap. I dare you not to laugh! I DARE YOU!

When he said, "I have never taken your parking space..." *DIED ALL OVER*

Re: Fresh

If I were a guy and wanted to shop somewhere I could get my hands on great brands, nice styles, fresh clothes and shoes. I would have to check out RFRESH, the clothier sitting in the French Quarter in New Orleans. It was founded back in February 2008 by three brothas wanting to create the type of space men will want to come back to again and again.

Check it out!

Thursday, July 7, 2011

King Henry!

So, as a subscriber to Phil Wade & Company's YouTube channel, I am often inundated with videos of absolute creative genius! Most people know him as the dude that can impersonate Trey Songz really well. However, this guy and his crew has more talent in their pinky toes than Trey has all together. No shade, it's just true.

So, my musical appetite was sated to the high heavens when I came across this video of Phil in the studio, vibing to get new tracks for the new mixtape. The beats that King Henry played for him were just...

Check it out!

The first beat, the second beat and the third one that Phil sang and spit over are SICK! Why can't this type of hip-hop soul fusion be more prevalent in music right now? It is sorely needed. No autotune, no basement sounding ISH (see Souljah Boy), just plain soulful goodness!