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Sacha Jenkins, one of the founders of Ego-Trip, has made a succesful foray into television production over the past decade after the magazine of the same title met it’s end. Besides the Ego Trip TV…
The Hooded Utalitarian imagines what The Wire would look like as a series of novels from Dickensian times.
You’ll proabably have to fire up a torrent site sometime soon since the trailer makes this French documentary on Stones Throw Records seem pretty damn good.
The third season of your favorite rapper’s favorite animated series, Boondocks, has finally arrived on DVD. Huey sent that lucky baldy David Banner a special edition Riley soapbox. Hit the play button to see Banner…
Chelsea Handler is on a short list of TV personalities I’d like to have a beer with. Apparently, she loves rappers and rappers love her ass. No, really.
Kicks off the party with Clipse and ends with Nas & Damian Marley reminding us that “Patience” is a virtue, as Vince and Ari teeter on the precipice of downfall. Another slam dunk for the Entourage music team.
“Sniff Sniff Gang Bang” keeps Entourage‘s streak of magical end credits tunes alive with Jared Evans’ “In Love With You,” which sports a direct reference to the show. Coincidence?
Hey you, stop wasting that 40. The Boondocks will be back for a 4th season. In the meantime, feel free to indulge your Boondocks addiction with this comprehensive overview of Season 3. Follow the links to watch each episode and read my take on the series.
Can you believe it? Season 3 of the best animated series on TV has finally come to an end. Will there be a 4th season?
“Hair” is light on music – just 4 tracks, if you exclude the outro. And what an outro that was. “In for The Kill” was a perfect choice for all the drama and tension in this episode.” You’ll understand once you’ve seen it. More music from “Hair” below.
Ruckus has been a consistent force of self-hatred on Boondocks, and we get a healthy dose of his background in “The Color Ruckus.” But if you were gearing yourself up for an episode where Uncle Ruckus finally sees the light and stops hating his own kind, please back up in your seat.
“The Fried Chicken Flu was good.” Bone-suckin’ good.