A few years after “Ill Mind of Hopsin 5″ offended everyone and their mother, the seventh chapter in the series doubles up on the lyrical ammo, taking aim at religious institutions and those who follow them blindly. Produced, written and performed by Hopsin himself, “Ill Mind of Hopsin 7″ is a strong reminder of how thought-provoking an emcee he actually is. This one is sure to be a conversation starter. Share your thoughts on Hop, religion, and whatever else you feel might be relevant in the comments section.
Do they really need the help? Okay, maybe Conan O’Brien could use a little help on the hookup from time to time, given that Nike-worthy swoosh of red hair atop his 6’5″ frame, but really, does any member of the Franco clan, especially young James Franco, need to worry about whipping out the Tinder mobile app to connect with comely cyber-denizens interested in more-than-virtual meetings? They have a lot of fun filling out their fake profiles as “Chip Whitley” and “Jengis Roundstone,” but remember folks, don’t try this at home. It could be a Tinder trap.
G-Eazy unleashed his new single, “I Mean It” earlier in the month, and today he shares the official video for the project. The clip marks a decidedly comedic turn for Eazy, straying slightly from the rapper’s usual stoic and well-groomed badass image, and putting him in an anchorman roll reminiscent of Eminem’s “My Name Is..” video. The clip finds viewers slowly becoming entranced with the rapper’s foul-mouthed words, as he interviews himself, and brags about his conquests (primarily ‘your girl’). Check it out!
“As the snow patch lost mass, I-80′s population grew fast. The fourth of July was just around the corner and who would have thought that the Fyve team would be shredding under the hot Tahoe sun. The whole point of summer camp is to have fun, and Woodward Tahoe is the perfect place to make this happen. Not only was the team boarding with the campers, they were hosting contests, activities and skating along their sides. Foam pits, ressi-ramps, blobbin’, bmx’in with the boys and given away free Fyve swag to all the campers, no matter what was on the days schedule, having fun and keeping the smiles high was the main priority.” – FYVE Snowboards
Stunt Days is the first Polish film series dedicated to the art of stunt riding. Established by producer and director Krzysztof Adamski in 2003, their aim is to not only showcase their best stunts, but to present their wild lifestyle. Check out their latest and greatest trailer now!
Misty Holt-Singh had just popped into the bank, leaving her 12-year-old daughter in the car, when the horror began. An hour later, the mother of two lay dead after a bank robbery and planned hostage taking spun into a chaotic police chase and furious gun battle during which two of the three robbers were also killed. Misty was found dead at the end of a shootout in which one of the robbers who took her hostage used her as a human shield, according to police. Whose bullets killed Misty remained unclear, but police said the responsibility rests with the three bank robbers. The suspects intended to take hostages and came into the bank wearing hooded sweatshirts and sunglasses and with their guns drawn.
We’re all used to the crazy stunts that Ken Block does by this point. Not to say we don’t still love them. Watching him drift his Fiesta ST around helicopters, through walls and generally obliterate his tires is great fun. However, the Ken Block Nagoya Experience adds something new. Hot girls in bikinis.