Tag: hip hop

Sam Hill “Book ov Sam: Infernal Depths” – Album Review

by Ben Arzate Sam Hill is the alter-ego of New York hip hop artist Cage Kennylz, real name Chris Palko. Cage started off as a rapper known for saying controversial and off-the-wall things. His first single was “Agent Orange,” a song which sampled the theme from A Clockwork Orange and included promises to “fuck your

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Pence Performs Impromptu Rap Song at Nazi Youth Rally, President Defends His VP – “He’s got the illest bars probably of any American politician ever.”

By Bob Freville After taking his second Mulligan on the third tee at Mar-a-lago, Oberbefehlshaber Donald Trump broke from the game to sign legislation that would repeal black Americans’ right to speak. It was a hotly debated subject during his flurry of midterm rallies, but the landmark statute is now a reality, one that all

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How Krimzon X Gets into Character for Halloween

By Bob Freville It’s October 31st, 2012 and the rapper [then] known as King Krimzon is out on parole. After refusing to pay a ticket, the law catches up with him…at one of his wicked stage shows. The police arrive in Halloween costumes and promptly arrest the Maestro of Murder Rap. As he’s led off

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