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For this week’s Monster Mondays, Swizzy switches things up. He teams up with DJ Runna to release a nine-track collection mash up with the sounds of Nigerian musician Fela Kuti. Africa is far, but it’s also after the jump.
1. Fela Intro
2. Touch It (Touch It / Chop & Quench)
3. Money in the Bank / Yellow Fever
4. Get Me Bodied / No Agreement
5. Swing Your Rag / Who No Know Go Know
6. It’s Me Snitches / Kalakuta Show
7. Tambourine / African Woman
8. Check Up On It / Gentleman
9. Fela Outro
This is the first video off his new album Gutter Rainbows. The album is great and if you don’t already have it you should get it for only $7.99 here.
Based on a true story of one of the biggest killers of the 20th century, a tire named robert.
This short film is supposed to be a prequel to the first Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Movie.
Beyond Black Mesa is a short Independent fan film Inspired by the Half-Life Video Game series. This is an action packed short film centering around Adrian Shephard and a band of resistance fighters struggling to get out a warning about the impending invasion.
- Independent short film – 2 years in the making – Endless hours of post
- 1 Canon HV20
- 7 Friends
- $1,200 budget for the full short film.
Check out: http://beyondblackmesa.com/
LONDON—At a press conference Tuesday, 89-year-old Rose Biggin, a grandmother from the Camden Town neighborhood of North London, announced that she was in fact the internationally renowned graffiti artist known only as Banksy. “Those drawings? Oh, yes, those are mine,” said the diminutive octogenarian, who admitted to scaling buildings and climbing fences in order to put up life-sized stenciled images that satirize modern society’s mores and its inherent political power structures. “It sure does help to pass the time.” Biggin then returned home, where along with some of her “dearest friends,” she sipped tea, sampled some nice ginger cake, and planned the necessary destruction of dominant capitalist paradigms. VIA The Onion