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Ol' Dirty Bastard f/ Kelis – Got Your Money (679 plays)

the-theme-is:

Artist: Ol’ Dirty Bastard f/ Kelis
Track: Got Your Money
Album: Nigga Please
Year: 1999
Theme: Money

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spazztastikim:

radstunts:

radstunts:

Cover of Gravity Falls’ opening theme in 16-Bit!

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(is a sucker for this stuff. IT’S RELEVANT! SHUSH!)

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wiintersoldiier:

Hold Yuh - Gyptian

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crabshire1901:

So apparently the Space Jam theme and Gangnam Style match up perfectly, right down to the same BPM and key. Yes, this is mind-altering.

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orientallyyours:

Louis Armstrong learns to play the Chinese moon guitar at the Fairmont Hotel in San Francisco while the owner of Imperial Palace restaurant, Kee Joon, holds a trumpet. Photo taken Jan. 30, 1963. From the San Francisco News-Call Bulletin newspaper photograph archive.
Source: UC Berkeley

orientallyyours:

Louis Armstrong learns to play the Chinese moon guitar at the Fairmont Hotel in San Francisco while the owner of Imperial Palace restaurant, Kee Joon, holds a trumpet. Photo taken Jan. 30, 1963. From the San Francisco News-Call Bulletin newspaper photograph archive.

Source: UC Berkeley

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sinidentidades:

Whitey on the Moon 

A rat done bit my sister Nell.
(with Whitey on the moon)
Her face and arms began to swell.
(and Whitey’s on the moon)
I can’t pay no doctor bills.
(but Whitey’s on the moon)
Ten years from now I’ll be payin’ still.
(while Whitey’s on the moon)
You know, the man jus’ upped my rent las’ night.
(‘cause Whitey’s on the moon)
No hot water, no toilets, no lights. 
(but Whitey’s on the moon)
I wonder why he’s uppin’ me?
(‘cause Whitey’s on the moon?)
Well, I wuz already givin’ ‘im fifty a week.
(with Whitey on the moon)
Taxes takin’ my whole damn check,
T junkies makin’ me a nervous wreck,
The price of food is goin’ up,
An’ as if all that crap wuzn’t enough:
A rat done bit my sister Nell.
(with Whitey on the moon)
Her face an’ arm began to swell.
(but Whitey’s on the moon)
Was all that money I made las’ year
(for Whitey on the moon?)
How come I ain’t got no money here?
(Hmm! Whitey’s on the moon)
Y’know I jus’ ‘bout had my fill 
(of Whitey on the moon)
I think I’ll sen’ these doctor bills,
Airmail special
(to Whitey on the moon) 

                              — Gil Scott-Heron

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wayblackwhen:

christopher—tracy:

August 25 1982.

30 years ago today, The Time released ‘What Time Is It’. 

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radioheadofficial:

405am:

The Oatmeal on The Music Industry.

i can dig it

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gallantgambler:

The Notorious B.U.D.D.H.A. by ~contraomnes

gallantgambler:

The Notorious B.U.D.D.H.A. by ~contraomnes

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Azealia Banks – 212 (1,555 plays)

shortdarkandskinny:

I was in the 212 on the uptown A nigga you know whats up or don’t you?

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Hate Rock 101

In musical terms, the central irony of hate rock is that it is fundamentally black music. Anchored in the 12-bar blues, the music of white supremacy is, formally speaking, a tribute to Chuck Berry as much as anything else. But such irony is lost on most hate rockers, or at least it’s beside the point. (Just try to explain to a neo-Nazi fan of Gaelic music that the Irish were not considered “white” a hundred years ago.)

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