Comcast -- and techs for just about every cable company -- don't receive much in the way of love, as people tend to focus on the bad experiences over the good, but there is finally an anthem that celebrates the trials, tribulations and victories of the men and women who install and fix (or at least try to fix) your cable and internet connections. "Ridin Around and Fixin It" by Antoine Richmond, essentially a cover of 2 Chainz' "Spend It" that replaces that song's lyrics with details of life as a cable tech in New Jersey, "ridin' around town/two ladders.
There is no discussion in the Hip Hop Culture class this week, but the Vice President of Hip Hop Alliance Mike Thomas and I (President) did an interview last week about our club and Hip Hop in general on WSPN 91.1fm Skidmore College... Read Post
Here is the video for “Hip Hop Lives” by KRS-One. It was release in May 22, 2007 and was produced by Marley Marl. The album, “Hip Hop Lives” was created in response to Nas’ album, “Hip Hop is Dead”. What do you think of it? ... Read Post