New ish from one of my favorite underground emcees, AJ mutha effin Suede! I’ve been trying to get ya’ll familiar with the East Stroudsburg rapper for a minute now, and I feel you catching up!
Name Brand Water is his first release of 2016 so we can spark the new year off right. This project features a host of producers including Ghost Mcgrady, Thrvd and Locvst to name a few. So far my favorite cuts are Red Eyes Dragon, Darknet, Calamity, and Stay Woke.
“This right here is that holy water for the soul. This is that shit that took me back to when I was a teenager, to simpler times.” – Your cousin
“After the release of Name Brand Water, the numbers for supermarket brand water has plummeted dramatically.” – WNEP16 News
Shouts out to the whole Freeminds Collective for always keeping me abreast of the new ish! Follow his twitter @AJSuede and let me know your thoughts on Name Brand Water.
I typically use whatever suits me at the time. Let Lifehacker explain the pitfalls of brand loyality.
I do love Playstation though. #HailSony
I was cruising my way through Netflix when I ran across Russell Brand’s stand up comedic act Messiah Complex. As a fan of his work, I was eager to dive into the world of Russell and see what joys his randomness would bring my day. Alas, I was not disappointed. Messiah Complex chose to focus on four world leaders who Brand admired: Jesus Christ, Brother Malcolm X, Che Guevara, and Mahatma Gandhi.
Russell Brand appears to be one of those rare creatures who is comfortable in his own skin. He is blessed to have escaped the world of a drug addict and rise above and become the enlightened, amusing man we see today. In watching Messiah Complex, I was encouraged by some of the subject matter mentioned. In between Russell’s anecdotes and rants, he successfully compared himself to each of the four leaders mentioned. I was impressed, mostly because a lot of the stand up comedy that the masses encourage have no substance. I hadn’t heard many reviews on Messiah Complex, but I’m glad I gave it a watch. I feel like people often judge a book by its cover, and don’t expect to hear such gems from Brand. If you get the chance, check it out on Netflix and let me know your thoughts on it via twitter @DropaJewel.
Check out Russell dropping knowledge on Sway in the Morning about the misappropriation of black culture among other things