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Apr 29, 2015Stuff
Son, Furnish Your Home With Dipset U.S.A. Home Goods Collection

Son, Furnish Your Home With Dipset U.S.A. Home Goods Collection

Cam’ron knows a thing or two about home furnishings, no homo. That’s why we suggest you bring Harlem World into...

Jun 5, 2014Music
50 London Hooligans Tried To Jump Cam’ron At A Show [VIDEO]

50 London Hooligans Tried To Jump Cam’ron At A Show [VIDEO]

A few weeks ago we let you know that Cam’ron had returned to old form with the release of his...

May 14, 2014Music
Cam’ron Is Officially Back With A-Trak In New “Dipsh*ts” Music Video [VIDEO]

Cam’ron Is Officially Back With A-Trak In New “Dipsh*ts” Music Video [VIDEO]

It feels like it’s 2003 all over again with Cam’ron & A-Trak’s new banger, “Dipsh*ts.” For any fans of early...

May 2, 2012Music
COED Staff Survey: The Worst Concerts We Ever Attended

COED Staff Survey: The Worst Concerts We Ever Attended

Remember when you were a kid and you thought it’d be really cool to go to concerts? Maybe you even...

May 18, 2011News
Cam’Ron’s Down & Out, Naked Dream Punching, Hold On To My Morning Jacket [SONGS OF THE WEEK]

Cam’Ron’s Down & Out, Naked Dream Punching, Hold On To My Morning Jacket [SONGS OF THE WEEK]

TV On the Radio's "Will Do" was your favorite song last week, earning 60% of the total vote. With only 2 more weeks left until Memorial Day Weekend, this week's featured songs will definitely get you in the summer spirit. We have tracks from My Morning Jacket, Glen Hansard, Frank Ocean (no relation to Billy), The Naked and the Famous, and ... Cam'Ron? You bet! Check out which songs made the list and vote for your favorite in our poll at the bottom of the post after the jump!

Nov 21, 2010News
Class of 2002 Homecoming Party Playlist

Class of 2002 Homecoming Party Playlist

2002 – that transition between nu-metal and bland alterna-rock, before pseudo-indie acts like The Strokes, after boy bands and before tween Disney stars, and a few years before a clear 1980s influence. Call it the doldrums or a musical dead zone. For any college kit putting together the perfect homecoming playlist at the time, this meant hunting high and low – at the record shop or on KaZaa – for the right dance tracks. Considering the most popular singles of the year were by Nelly, J. Lo, Chad Kroeger, or Avril Lavigne, taking a Top 40 approach made you look like a too-eager-to-impress and doltish high schooler, while going too obscure meant seeming like a snotty music nerd. Check out this class's suggested homecoming party playlist after the jump.