high point 2009


Wu-Tang Lego: Da Mystery of Chessboxin’ from davo on Vimeo.

always amazed at creativity x dedication x followthru like this. This serves no real purpose except to look awesome. Art! I love this!
(Props to creator Davo from London, as spotted on Nahright, via Ohword via 33Jones)

Even better perhaps is the Lego version of the Wu “Killah Tape” interlude.

Wu-Tang Lego: Killer Tape from davo on Vimeo.

The Slaughterhouse Rules from jeff on Vimeo.

omg….I waited to watch this until after I had finished my dayjob work. And it was even more spectacular than I even thought it would be (without being exposed to any of these guys’ manbreasts).
I can’t even decide who’s the most convincing casanova of the bunch.
Is it Crooked’s Levert-sharp facial hair?
Is it Joell’s liplicking?
Is it Joe Budden’s “They call me Mr. Tahiry”?
Is it Royce’s “Its sort of misleading to call us Slaughterhouse, because it implies a sausage fest.”

Genius. I think Joell takes the daytime Emmy though overall.

This is definitely the ‘Thal’s best work. Better than the Cam skit.

Clips from South Park “FishSticks” featuring Kanye West!

UPDATE: If you’re having any problems watching the video, you can also stream it on SouthParkStudio : )

“Kanye Loves Fishsticks!”

It’ll all make sense (hilarious sense) once you watch the entire episode, but tonite’s South Park featured the boys making up a joke about…um…fishsticks. Which ended up driving Kanye West to bestiality, getting a joke-stealing comedian in trouble, and so much more.

Even that synopsis made no sense…oh well. The important thing is that Kanye’s mullet was in full effect and so was Kanye’s Paris Fab Five…..in full Taz Arnold leopard legging glory.

*double dog dead*

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According to NYMag’s The Cut….

Rizzoli has a book in the works about Kanye West, tentatively scheduled for an October 2009 release. Kanye West: Glow in the Dark will chronicle Kanye’s journeys around the world as he tours and hits up fashion parties. Photographer Nabil Elderkin also captured him shopping in Asian malls. The book will come with a USB drive of previously unreleased music and will cost $50.

So, there will be foppery and dandyism galore….but will there be caps-lock? and megalomania? and clever self-affirmations?

As long as there are posse pics like above, I’ll be happy.

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