It's hard to remember the days when rap used to actually be hardcore. Not only have the lyrics gotten increasingly stupid, but once-dangerous trigger-happy rappers are now just waiting to be beat up by some former fan who spends too much lifting weights at the gym. Undecided on whether rap has lost all credibily? Just watch this insanely lame video of the whitest kids ever trying to rap.
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.
Everyone with a webcam or a knack for having sex with married celebrities can get their fifteen minutes of fame. But only the truly talented can extend those 15 minutes into an interview on 20/20, a Playboy contract, and a television series. We've put together a handy guide on turning your 15 minutes of fame into a a lifelong career of book signings, national news mugshot cameos, and late-career sex tape success.
We've run down a list of must-have swag for a stoner's most revered date -- 420. And we've discussed some odd bits of pot culture news leading up to the big day. The time has come, so COED is out to get some insight from a member of the one of the most successful flag-waving cannabis progressive rap groups in history.
You know, I can't remember the last time I hear a rap song I gave a crap about. I'm sure it's out there, but after Kaye turned himself into an egomanical douchebag, I stopped listening to the radio, altogether. So when I came across this video of a kid tapping a bangin' beat with his pencils while spitting good rhymes,it was a breath of fresh air.
If you ever find yourself at a reggaeton rap concert where Pitbull is performing, I think it's probably a good idea not to climb on stage and get in that dude's face. Because when you do, you get knocked the f**k out.
On top of looking like a long-term homeless person and mumbling like he forgot to take the sheet of acid out of his pocket, Joaquin Phoenix's Letterman interview goes so badly it's hard to watch. In fact, it's almost hard to believe. Either this guy's completely lost it, or he's pulling the biggest stunt since Kaufman's Tony Clifton.