March 29, 2011

HUUUUUUUGE 4:20 Music Break

Today is a glorious day, ladies and gentlemen. March 29th marks the latest in the sagas that are Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa. Snoop Dogg is celebrating the release of his newest album, "Doggumentary" while Wiz Khalifa releases the much anticipated "Rolling Papers." The best of old and new school are coming together, giving you plenty to listen to. I personally plan on listening to these later on, and I'll give my input. Give yours too. Check back to this post if you give a shit, otherwise I don't care. But seriously, next time you're lightin' up and you're feeling adventurous, check out "Doggumentary" and "Rolling Papers" today.

And now, my awesome opinion.

Let's be honest; I wasn't impressed by Doggumentary and Rolling Papers after my first time listening to it. I feel both albums sounded like stuff from the past, even to the extent of Wiz using lines from previous songs. Doggumentary sounded like it is; a regular 'ol Snoop album. Rolling Papers was also more of the same; anthems about fucking bitches and smoking weed. (Awwww yeaaaahhhhh)

One track that stood out to me was "Superman" off of Doggumentary. This Snoop Dogg/Willie Nelson collaboration sounds like nothing else on the album, and was something fresh and both Snoop and Willie both did really well.

In the end, both of these albums will appeal to any hardcore fans of these power smokers. As for me, I'll personally stick to the older albums. Speaking of, I got a nice glass of OJ just waiting for me...

Oh, and I'll keep this video up since everyone seemed to enjoy it so much.

March 28, 2011

EU To Ban All Cars?

Original article here:

tl;dr: The EU proposed a plan to ban all cars from major cities by 2050, enforcing a uniform, single mode of transportation in these big cities. The ban is aimed to cut CO2 emissions among other things.

This is a great idea. Also, this is retarded. The amount of CO2 being released into the environment is ridiculous, regardless of what side of the global warming debate you're on. This addresses that issue directly; by ridding of a huge contributor to greenhouse gas. Cities will be a lot less noisier, potentially easier to maneuver, and may ween a large chunk of the world off of a growing oil addiction. BRILLIANT!... right?

Many rely on cars today. Without a car, many can't perform everyday tasks, like go to a job, shop, or many other tasks. In the US, it's becoming even more common to see upwards of 3 or 4 cars in a driveway. I remember no more than 15 years ago, 1 car usually got the job done. Are we that lazy? Impatient that we can't take turns with the car? Our society has grown to rely on technology, like cars and Facebook. (Do you know how many screaming 15-year-olds would have their worlds turned upside down without Facebook?) Banning cars would impact how many simply live their lives. Also, what impact would this have to business around these affected regions? No need for gas stations and other "car-based" business anymore with this measure in place.

Putting forth an effort to attempt to improve society is always a great idea. Do the details that lie within this idea render this pointless though? Or is this genius? Tell me what you think.

On a related subject, here's a visually appealing badass motherfucking blingmobile.

4:20 Music Break

It's time for a 4:20 music break.... at 1:46. Well it's 4:20 somewhere, and I want to share some of the albums I've been digging when I just wanna sit back and enjoy some good music after a good smoke.

The Black Keys - Brothers

Hands down, most unique album cover of all-time. This is a late 2010 release, but I never got around to listening to it. UNTIL RECENTLY. It's one of the best "chill" albums I've heard in a long time, and would suggest this to any fan of music. Many of the songs jam in a unique way. Folky lyrics mixed with simplified song structure, the Akron, OH duo delivers a huge hit with this. The album has been accepted as one of 2010's best since it's release, and it's still bangin' in 2011. If you haven't checked this one out, you're really missing out. Also, if you've never experienced Dan Auerbach's (lead singer) beard, please feel free to. It's so good that I set it as the background for a bit.

Wiz Khalifa - Kush & OJ

"The perfect formula for a wake and bake."

Kush & OJ single-handedly got me back into hip-hop. It sounds like nothing else there, and the whole albums flows so well together. This is one that you HAVE to listen through the first time you listen to it. I have memories of relaxing on my front porch in the middle of winter jamming to this while taking a smoke break. Smooth, fresh beats mixed with Wiz's clever lyrics deliver in a scrumptious fashion that might just make one high without ever taking a hit. Aside from "Black and Yellow," this is seen as Wiz Khalifa's best mixtape. If youre looking for a change of pace, you can check it out here for free: You can expect more from Wiz tomorrow right here!

Mumford & Sons - Sign No More

Arguably the best album of 2010, Mumford and Sons hits the music scene with their debut album that has made a huge impression on the scene. Only releasing two singles from this album (Little Lion Man and The Cave), Mumford and Sons are seen as rock stars today after clearing the talk show, summer festival and even music award show circuits (you didn't forget about their badass performance on the Grammy's, did you?). I was absolutely blown away by this album. It's beautiful in every way, and the whole album flows well together; you must listen through the whole thing. One might say that the songs begin to sound alike, but the songs are just so good that I personally didn't give two shits. Sigh No More hit an emotional nerve that music tends to not do anymore, and it's nice to see people put so much effort into making good music. This is highly suggested for anyone who wants to sit back (glass of OJ in hand) and simply feel good.

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March 27, 2011

Spottie Ottie Dopalicious

I first listened to this song last year. Immediately after, I wanted to punch everyone who didn't tell me about this jam earlier. Spottie Ottie Dopalicious is good for the soul, so get your daily helping right here. If you're looking for extra credit, try it while listening to going on as well.
I feel like there's a blog for everything these days. Seriously, type in a topic of your choice and I bet you that there will be at least one blog about that subject. These days, everyone wants to have their voice heard, and many turn to blogging at a means for that. Is that why I decided to start doing this blog fad?

Nope. I think this will just be fun. I never wanted to make one of these, but seeing all the crazy ass stuff that comes through the blogging world made me want to start one. I've read some cool ass articles about just stuff. And it's badass. This, I guess, is my contribution to the "just stuff" part. Some people use these to enthuse about topics like politics and sports and all that jazz. I honestly don't care enough to put anything really important or significant on here, there's enough people in the world doing that already. The "tree fiddy" background I'm rockin' right now should be an indication of how serious I intend to take this. But it should be fun.