Silicon Valley has been featuring a whole lot of new rap music lately. On this season of Mike Judge's tech-industry HBO satire alone we've gotten the Nas/DJ Shadow collab "Systematic" and the new Danny Brown song "Kool Aid," and now we're getting a new track from producer Hudson Mohawke featuring the Queens rapper Remy Banks.
Sherbet, sprite, blue-raspberry Kool Aid and white grape juice We wait all winter for summer and then we curse it's arrival. Most of us love snow until after Christmas and then we just endure. But, here it is, the hot season again and time to dream of pale blue tones and floating blocks of ice. Show More Summary
As any kid knows, brightly colored foods are more fun to eat than their bland counterparts. But the artificial dyes that give cereals, soda and snack foods their vibrant hues have been debated over safety issues for decades. The need...Show More Summary
May is rolling by and, thankfully, we’ve got some choice cuts to bring us into better weather. Danny Brown has bestowed upon us a new track titled “Kool Aid” which couldn’t get more summery if it tried. Bands like The National, HAIM and Fleet Foxes are set to bring us full lengths this summer, rolling […]
The song will also appear in the next episode of the HBO show.
Following the release of Nas and DJ Shadow’s “Systematic,” here’s another gem from the soundtrack to the HBO series Silicon Valley. On “Kool Aid,” Danny Brown urges you stay out of his mix over a frenetic production of unknown origin. The song will appear on this Sunday’s episode of the show and the soundtrack will […] The post Danny Brown – Kool Aid appeared first on Nah Right.
Lately, Mike Judge's tech-industry HBO comedy Silicon Valley has been a weirdly rap-friendly institution. This season of the show has already given us the Nas/DJ Shadow collab "Systematic," and last week's episode ended with the Dr. Octagon classic "Blue Flowers." And as Pitchfork points out, the show's next episode will end with a brand-new Danny…
Danny Brown has contributed a new song to the HBO series “Silicon Valley.” It’s called “Kool Aid” and it appears on the May 14 episode of the show, as well as the soundtrack, which is out June 23 via Mass Appeal. Also included on the episode is a new song from Los Angeles rapper Old Man Saxon. Show More Summary
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This appeared last week.'No plan B' for My Health Record, as registrations near fifth of populationDr Zoran Bolevich throws support behind opt-out approachGeorge Nott (Computerworld) 09 March, 2017 13:26 The head of NSW’s digital health...Show More Summary
Edward Bernays style Propaganda Kool Aid. In addition to the National Debt numbers, the online "U.S. National Debt Clock" (in real time) has a wealth of other information. [A small portion of it is listed below.] As opposed to what Janet...Show More Summary
Kristaps Porzingis called it back then, when everybody else was drinking the Kool Aid: the Knicks were winning, but not as a team.
Now would be a very good time to pull up a chair to your collection of sweaters and pile each one on in ascending thickness and warmth level. It's cold. Winter really just burst in like the Kool Aid man — no subtlety, all jazz-handed glory. For this, I recommend a nice hot beverage, the... Continue reading
My first Viking Blog of the 2016 Season Sorry Kool Aid Man, No Purple For Me This Year Last year on December 1st I wrote a post outlining 3 Paths to the Superbowl. Unfortunately Blair Walsh missed the kick and that ended the Vikes season. Show More Summary
Girodes wrote "We will [donate] Kool Aid, KFC and watermelons to the public on 125th street in Harlem."
Jon Girodes, the Republican State Senate candidate who recently came under fire for planning to donate Kool Aid, KFC, and watermelons to his prospective East Harlem constituents, was arrested on Friday for allegedly ripping off 10 people in a Craigslist rent scam. [ more › ]
A GOP candidate for Senate has gotten backlash for allegedly planning a “racist” campaign event in Harlem. Republican Jon Girodes, a candidate in New York’s 30th Senate District, was emailing with NBC-4 reporters regarding controversy...Show More Summary
NBC News reports: A candidate for New York State Senate has sparked a firestorm in Harlem after telling NBC 4 New York’s I-Team he was planning to hand out “Kool Aid, KFC and watermelons” at a campaign event in the primarily black community. Show More Summary
The climate Kool Aid has worked wonders
You’re going to want to drink this Kool Aid. Read more...