Daily Archives: October 14, 2012
For the Sunday “Football America” game of the week, we were shown the then under .500 Green Bay Packers and the undefeated Houston Texans in inter-league play. After a quick 3 and out from Matt Schaub after the Packers caught him on the very first play of the game with a sack, Green Bay really looked like they were ready to “begin” their season last night.
On the first Packers possession, Aaron Rodgers would cap off a 7-play 62-yard drive with a deep pass to Jordy Nelson for 41-yards as the Packers got their first score of the game. A few possessions later before the quarters end, Rodgers would lead the Packers to another quick drive elapsing just over 2-minutes as he would link up with James Jones for his 2nd TD pass of the game.
Skipping to the 2nd quarter, Houston would get their first points of the game as Arian Foster would finish off a 10 play 54-yard drive with a goal-line rush for a TD. The Packers didn’t feel discouraged allowing a Texans long drive as they proceeded to follow on the next ensuing possession with a deep pass from Aaron Rodgers to Jordy Nelson as they linked up for their 2nd TD of the game to make it a 21-7 game. The Texans would score once more before the half with a 51-yard FG from Shayne Graham.
In a recent sit-down interview with comedian Jack Thiller on Thisis50, Prodigy spoke about all the recent rumors over the year including the Mobb Deep breakup, Gay rumors and his thought on snitches. The QB emcee also touched on the re-release of his “Bumpy Johnson Album” which includes 5 bonus tracks, and also spoke on the two projects in the works he has with Harry Fraud and the Alchemist.
Jack Thriller brought up the original Bumpy Jonson as Prodigy spoke on him not snitching and how some rappers today are getting the pass after snitching. “The Bumpy Johnson Album” is currently on iTunes right now as you can look out for a new book release from P coming soon as well.
More photos from the Cameron Diaz & Terry Richardson photo shoot for Esquire UK have surfaced, thanks to the OG himself. At the cougar age of 40 years old, Cameron looks as good as ever, and these shots just prove it. May God bless her beyond her years.
Check out more shots from their magazine session below.
Mac Miller took to the twitterverse to announce the title of his second studio album. According to his tweet, the title of his sophomore release will be Watching Movies With The Sound Off.
No exact date yet, but Mac says it should be out early next year. We’re still waiting to hear that Pink Slime EP with Pharrell, due out before the end of this year.
If you from that West Side bumping the origins of Gangsta Rap and don’t know who King Tee is, you need re-evaluate your music library and pay homage to this legend. From the his fourth studio album “IV Life,” King Tee blessed us all with this self-produced track “Dippin’” that everybody was riding and smoking out to in the them mid-90s providing us with that classic West Coast feel good music.
Shout outs to all my LoCs on the West Coast, you know what it is; as we always got to show respect to the B-Dogs and Spanish homies all around as well.
“Ain’t Nuttin Like A Sunday, Out Just Dippin!”
OS Flashback: Playa – Cheers 2 U
DJ Slim K out of that Chopstars Clique decides to introduce the world to up and coming rapper out of Houston who goes by the name of Mr. Luke. If you follow Slim K, you’ve heard him on the “Purple Children Series;” but now he’s ready to show the world exactly how he wrecks from the Southwest Side of the H with “Crash Mode.”
It’s Sunday, so you should definitely pour up and light one to vibe out with this one. PURPLE version and Regular after the jump with tracklistings and download links provided.
It’s definitely cuffin season with the fall in full swing as we get three major drops from some elite heavyweights in tracks dedicated to ladies. We got a few alternative visuals in the mix as well, but my real thorough niggas out there shouldn’t have to worry, we always keep yall covered with that latest street heat. This is a very diverse countdown so we hope you all enjoy.
Check out our picks after the jump.
Welcome to Week 6 of NFL Sunday Football as we’re back for another week of the season football. Some of you have moved your attention to only NFL action after the injuries last night in the MLB and the lack of competition in College Football. Today we’re previewed to a full slate of games featuring mainly NFC teams with two big power teams in the AFC joining in on the mix.
After Pittsburgh’s upset loss to the Titans, anything can happen this weekend especially in the non-consistent NFC. While the AFC consistently continues to be ass this year, we have a few games from that league to look forward to. We hope you got your fantasy rosters updated in time for today’s action.
Check after the jump to view our picks for the top 5 games to watch this weekend as well as our picks for each game.
Imagine snapping a picture, adjusting the filter and printing it, all happen in a matter of minutes. Well, that’s the concept with The Socialmatic Camera. ADR Studio, who created it, released this video showing the capabilities of the camera and its functionality.
If you’re obsessed with Instagram and want to have the latest technology, this might be something to consider for the upcoming holiday season.
Just one night after celebrating their ALDS victory over the Baltimore Orioles, the pinstripes of the boogie down were back again last night for game 1 of the ALCS against the Detroit Tigers. Andy Pettitte who holds the MLB record for the most postseason wins at 19 was tapped for game 1 starting duties of the ALCS which he would exceed expectations of pitching at 40 years old after missing most of this year’s season. Andy would only allow 2 hits and struck out 6 in 5 innings but wouldn’t get run support help from a deep Yankees lineup that
In the top of the 6th, the Tigers would get their first run production of the game with a triple from Austin Jackson followed by a walk to Miguel Cabrera. With two men on base for the Tigers and one out remaining for the inning, Detroit would capitalize on their opportunity to score with back-to-back singles from Prince Fielder and Delmon Young to bring in both runners making it a 2-0 game.
Jumping to the top of the 8th, Yankees skipper Joe Giradi would substitute Derek Lowe in the game, but he would make things worse giving up a 349 ft. homer to Delmon Young. On the next ensuing at bat, Jhonny Peralta would double to center setting up the Tigers for more scoring opportunities. Avisail Garcia would single to center driving in Peralta as the game was now 4-0.