I’ll keep this short and sweet. I was told last week that I look like the guy on the Pringles can.
Yeah, you know I’m crazy handsome.
Now listen to this Invincible verse…
…and go ahead and tell me my posts have been slacking. I’ve been pretty much draining all my creative energy into work and thinking of ways to promote this Qwel show — hopefully to be sponsored by The Echo Chamber Blog — coming to Providence on November 1st.
Apparently this line has been around for a little while now without me knowing about it. Which sucks, because they’re local cats and some of their shirts are quite nice…as well as the dames modeling them on the Little Bastard Co. website. (One of y’all LBC cats should get at me. I’d like to chop it up a little with some t-shirt talk.)
Anyway, their “End of the Summer Sale” is happening tonight at Jerkys, where Jahpan, Juan Deuce, DJ Mek, and a few others will be keeping it live. The advertisement in The Phoenix said Jap and Juan have albums being released… (Maybe hard copies of An Album Called Life and Help Juanted?)
I’d consider checking the event out if I wasn’t attending a bachelor party today. And if I didn’t have to take a hometown side-of-the-road field sobriety test last night. (I passed.)
Killah Priest could roll out of bed and rap about his morning routine and still manage to be nicer on the mic than 99% of emcees in existence. This video, “7 Crowns of God,” is the lead single off of his newest LP (his second this year) Elizabeth.
Also. Priest will be coming to Providence next Sunday, the 25th, to perform at Jerkys (check the flyer) and hold the ground down like gravity. Hopefully he’ll do a full set this time around in RI — when I saw him last at Century Lounge (in like ’01), someone rolling with Jinsu beat the shit out of a guy in the crowd and Priest bounced after like two songs.