Nardwuar does his thing with Juice, Meech, and Eric. That man deserves major respects for his interviews. I have to give him credit for putting me on that Peso sample. I’m glad to see that the Zombies were respectable and down to earth unlike Joey BadA$$.
LMFAO! I’m glad Q said something about not fighting, I hate that sh#t, waste of a fans money to have your artist jumping off the stage to go confront some punk, let your crew do that keep the tunes rolling.
Whenever I see a Pharrell interview I am always inspired by his openness. Creativity is a driving force for me and art is just a steering wheel to that vehicle. I work with a lot of Asians on the daily he was completely right in saying that they are more open-minded than the people we are used to.
Didn’t realize that the mob was down to earth like that. Nardwuar is the king of interviews, he could find sugar in a snow storm. I’m glad that Nardwuar requested that Rocky introduce the members of his crew. “Crack Baby” truly resembles his name, lmao. When he pulled out that Harlem World vinyl I was about to freak out, that’s that good good right there. I for real didn’t know that ‘Peso’ was a sample of that S.O.S. song. “how do you know Desiree”, lmao, Nardwuar trying to get at that huh!
It’s been a while since we’ve done a collaborative review and seeing that both of us are fans of Common, we found that the release of The Dreamer, The Believer is perfect timing to resurrect our unique review style. So let’s get into it… Continue reading →