This week, I feel like showing some love to the up-and-coming rap genius Wiz Khalifa. Originally hailing from Pittsburgh, the 21-year old Wiz Khalifa has already shared the stage with the likes of Ghostface Killah, Styles P, Lupe Fiasco, Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, Cham, Little Brother, Clipse, Lil Wayne, Young Jeezy, Lil Scrappy, Mario, T.I., Nas, and Rich Boy. Back in 2008, his hit single “Say Yeah” dropped to critical acclaim. I remember I had that track on repeat for days. Khalifa’s version of “Say Yeah” was even mashed-up in the song “Don’t Stop” off of Feed the Animals by Girl Talk.
These are probably some of the funniest, cutest, and most honest music reviews you’ll ever see. The people over at Scrapple.tv run a weekly web TV show called Breakfast at Sulimay’s. The show takes place inside a diner in the Fishtown neighborhood of Philly. Every week, Bill, Ann, and Joe listen to some current artists and give us their honest, unadulterated opinions. In this video they review Dan Deacon’s “Snookered,” The Doves’ “Kingdom of Rust.” I can’t get enough of these. Why are they hating so much on Dan Deacon? On a side note, Joe is the man.
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