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Each Tuesday, we roam the rocky, rowdy landscape of Twitter to pluck the world’s most perfect WTF photos. This week, we've got a girl that's all legs, a pedophilic statue, a penis-shaped stained glass, and the creepiest kid face swap ever. Check out the weirdness after the jump then tweet us your most #WTF pics to @COEDmagazine with #twitpictuesday to be featured next week.
2011 was a great year for music. Multiple genres - from indie rock to rap to pop to country - all had huge years. We saw the emergence of brand new power players (Adele, LMFAO), consistency from the staples (Kayne West, Rihanna, Lady Antebellum, Foo Fighters), solid debuts from important breakthrough artists, (Foster the People, Frank Ocean) and quality sophomore releases from breaking stars (Bon Iver, Drake). We got introduced to Spotify and the cloud. Music even brought an influx of reality TV shows all geared towards finding the next best thing in music (X-Factor, The Voice, American Idol). Click through to see Al Jones' Top 30 Songs of 2011.
Lady Gaga stole the show last week away from Little Dragon with her song "You and I." This week's Songs of the Week feature tracks from Florence + the Machine, the Game, David Guetta, Beyonce, and Mark Ronson. Check out which songs made the cut, then vote for your favorite after the jump!
In today's edition of Wrap It Up, your employer might take away facebook after seeing how much it costs them, the dog killer signed a ridiculous extension with the Eagles, Chick-Fil-A is offering a week of free breakfasts, Lady Gaga wore a fake penis to the VMAs, Lil Wayne wore women's leggings, Hilary Duff gets paid to NOT make movies, Julianne Hough has leaked pics, the Red Hot Chili Peppers released their new album, and much more. Check out the sh*t we should've published after the jump.
COED Nation, you decided that "Otis" was your favorite song last week but we've got a brand new bag of goodies for you to try out. This week, we take a look at Lil Wayne, Hot Rod, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Kreayshawn, and Common with a lil' help from Nas. Check out which tracks made the list then vote for your favorite after the jump!
Pitbull's "Hey Baby" smoked the competition last week snatching away 63% of your total votes. This week, we feature tracks from the Temper Trap, Lil Wayne, Looking Glass, Ke$ha, and Bad Meets Evil. Check out why our music man Al Jones picked 'em, take a listen then vote for your favorite after the jump!
Wrap It Up is our end of the day daily feature in which we showcase the best, weirdest, most buzzworthy pics, videos, and news stories you might've missed on the internet. Today's edition includes a 51 year old marrying a 16 year old, a 21 year old sexting a 12 year old, Paris Hilton becoming single, a girl peeing in a public trough at a Dodgers game, a lacrosse announced droppin' Notorious BIG after a goal, Tim Tebow's five figure sculpture, Grand Theft Auto 5, Batman Arkham City's boy wonder, Lil Wayne's Carter IV, and Lucy Pinder's boob sell the British version of Axe. Check out the sh*t we should've published after the jump!
Last night, the Mavs avenged their '06 Finals loss to the Heat with a decisive Game 6 victory over the Big Three in Miami for their first NBA title. It seems everyone and their Delonte West-banging mother rooted agaisnt the cHeat, painting Lebron, D-Wade, and Bosh like immature, taunting, childish, crybaby super villains. We feel Twitter is always a good measuring stick / barometer for public reaction, so it's no surprise that #heatlockerroomplaylist is trending. People are more pumped to see the Heat lose than the Mavs win. We sifted through the piles of suggestions to come up with the best of the best. Take a listen then suggest your own in the comments section below our partner links after the jump shot.
Blazing solo is a mellow way to unwind, but sometimes you just want share the kind bud with some buddies. You've probably had some memorable smoke sessions with your friends but what if you could smoke with a group of 10 celebs? You buggin' out yet? Well, we've got a list of famous faces that will guarantee the puff parade of the millennium. We're talking righteous riffs, laugh factories, and storytellers. Check it out after the jump and let us know if we missed any (because we got high) in the comments section at the bottom of the post. Just blaze!
Last week, Radiohead's High and Dry beat out Adele's Someone Like You to earn Song of the Week honors. This week features tracks from Sublime, DJ Khaled, Foster the People, Jim Jones, and Danger Mouse. Read why our music man Al Jones picked 'em, take a listen then vote for your favorite after the jump!
Last week, DMB crushed the competition by garnering more than 75% of the total vote to win favorite song of the week honors. This week, we feature tracks from Adele, The Antlers, Ra Ra Riot, Jeremih, and Radiohead. Take a listen let us know which one you're feeling the most in our poll at the bottom of the post.
Last week, Death Cab For Cutie's "You Are Not A Tourist" tied with the Beastie Boys "Make Some Noise" for favorite song of the week. This week, music man Al Jones navigates the turbulence brought on by Osama Bin Laden's death, the Lakers exit from the playoffs, and the NFL Lockout with some tricked out tracks and jubilant jams from Jessie J, TV on the Radio, MNDR, Mary J. Blige, and Theophilus London. Check 'em out and vote for your favorite after the jump!
Last week, Wiz Khalifa continued to kill it attracting 45% of your votes to win Favorite Song for the week of April 3rd. This week’s jams will hit you harder than a Kemba Walker crossover and won't disappoint like a live viewing of Charlie Sheen’s My Violent Torpedo of Truth Tour. We've got tracks from newcomer Lykke Li, Big Boi and Yelawolf, Lil Wayne and Rick Ross, Broken Bells, and an oldie but goodie from Heart. See our picks and vote for your favorite after the jump!
By now, you've probably heard Wiz Khalifa's song "Black & Yellow" about 1 brahgrillion times. As with most anything that blows the eff up in pop culture, it usually gets the spoof or parody treatment. The deluge began with Tom Hanks' son Chet Hanks aka Chet Haze with his Northwestern Remix "White and Purple". Since then, many more have stepped up to the plate with the most notable remix coming from Lil Wayne with "Green and Yellow". So, we scoured za YouTube to collect the very best remixes to ask you guys which one is most legit. You know a song's blown up when UPS and Black & Decker throw their hat into the ring. Btw, be prepared to HATE this song once you're done reviewing our entries. Vote for your favorite after the jump!
Last week, Lil Wayne's 6 Foot 7 won the fan vote for favorite Song of the Week ("SOTW)". This week's five songs will stand out like a Bart Scott sound bite. “CAN’T WAIT!!!” They will cause a bigger stir than any inappropriate zinger that Ricky Gervais can throw out at a nationally televised awards telecast. Awkward. They will bring a bigger right hook than Sami Sweetheart clocking Ron Ron in the jaw from this week’s Jersey Shore preview. Enough of all the jibber-jabber, let me now introduce you to the latest installment of Al Jones’ Songs of the Week.
This edition of SOTW (Songs of the Week) features Talib Kweli, Lil Wayne, Cory Gunz, Smith Westerns, Best Coast, and The Black Keys. Hopefully these tunes will spark a flame in your ear drums. Check out why they made the cut after the jump!
It doesn’t seem that far away, and musically, not much has changed over the past year. Lady Gaga’s still scoring hits, and La Roux’s “Bulletproof” is an armored tank climbing up the Top 40 charts. From the synths and strong drum beats on every pop track over the past year, could pop and electronic have merged? Sounds like it – until you check out Deadmau5 and Boys Noize. Check out this class's suggested playlist after the jump.
It seems like a long time ago, but the year started on a low note with the massive Haitian earthquake. A volcano in Iceland volcano erupted, disrupting flights all across Europe. In other awful news, the oil platform exploded, leaking oil everywhere. Thanks, BP. Not all was bad though, as the 33 Chilean miners were saved after a record 69 days. If you can't remember the sounds of 2010, then you've got serious memory issues - but it saw the second (or third/fourth) coming of electronic music. Check out this class's suggest playlist after the jump!
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If smoking does not put you in the perfect emotional state already, then there are songs specifically made for people just like you. Rappers and mostly any musician of the 1970's smoked a lot of weed when they were making their music. So they know what it's like when you have that deep yearning for a sound in your life that you need to be hearing at that moment. These are songs by potheads made for potheads. They're intended to entertain as well as give the stoner an even better reason to keep their high strong and their head in the clouds.
Rappers all say or do pretty stupid things at times. Take a look at the picture above and that's idiocy in a nutshell. Millions of dollars are going out to these performers who come up with the gems we are about to discuss. While at first you may think to yourself, "wow I love this song." You soon start to ask yourself "but what the heck is he talking about?" We have listened to rap music for 30 years now and have narrowed the worst lyrics down to 14 biggest offenders.
Over the last few years hip-hop has gotten a black eye. Not from any of the "tough guy" rappers (those guys are few and far in between) but rather, all the regular guy rappers claiming to be tough. Here's a list of 5 "gangster rappers" you can probably beat up.