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2. Fagit Ass Pop-Punky Pile Of Crap

  • Published: 2013-06-17T15:27:15Z
  • By BJΩRN
Fagit Ass Pop-Punky Pile Of Crap

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3. Walmart vs Target. Epic Rap Battle Parodies 30.

Walmart vs Target. Epic Rap Battle Parodies 30.

Bet you didn't see this one coming... Cast: Target: Supercoolguyjoe Walmart: Justin Buckner K-Mart: Nathan Provost GameStop: RLYoshi Toys R' Us: LazySundayPaper Sam's Club: A good friend Walgreen's: MCGamingFTW Kroger: WoodenHornets Costco: HarryPotter2875 Mall: Mat4yo EPIC RAP BATTLE PARODIES WALMART VERSUS TARGET BEGIN Target Employee: I expected more from your shitty corporation But I payed less, you have no high expectations Always low prices? Bullshit, you know that's a lie when you sell a pillow for the price of a golden chained tie Wipe off that smiley face like you did with the retro star Your deli reeks of a homeless boy who just came out of the bar Get ready, Wal-Mart, I'm gonna stomp you into a flea market I'll pull out my bow, because you are my next Target Wal-Mart Employee: Talk about pay less when your economy is high Saying "Here pay 500 bucks for this cherry apple pie!" You sell expired food, and you're calling me a fraud? I'm the true superstore, scrap that, supergod Save money and live better when I kick your ass, I'm lovin' it Serving you frying rhymes with a Big Mac I've got prices that go down lower than your mother I expected more from you, stay on target, you bugger K-mart Employee: Attention, Kmart shoppers, we got a special offer, homie The ass-kicking of Target and Wal-Mart for half price, limited time only My cold rhymes will surely make you ship your pants With these big gas savings, you'll be left in a trance I got a gas station, a car wash, and a café! This shit ain't about the price tags, yeah, listen to Jessie J Discount your lines from this battle, Kmart's the one who'll win, My raps are true bargains, yours just belong in the bin GameStop Employee: GameStop it already, you so-called corporations Before I Bioshock you, Super Smash you like a PlayStation You think you're superior enough to make everything you sell overpriced? Have a five-dollar coupon and a Wii Points Card; buy yourself a life My shops are all over the world with all sorts of awesome names Micromania, MovieStop, Babbage's, EB Games I've got an Impulse to tell you all that I'm the greatest retailer So prepare to get crushed when I bring power to the players Toys R' Us Employee: KKKKKKK, yeah, shut the heck up and park it Go back to your clan, and step out of the black market I only have to open up my doors and the children come flooding in, You break, you buy, so you better get on your ass, and start cleaning You close your shop at 11 to have a break, I'm open all night, The only time I'd be a customer is to tell you I'm always right I may be Toys R Us, but this battle belongs to me! Screw Target and the 'marts, I make little kids happy! Sam's Club Employee: You can call me Sam's Club, bitch, I got the ultimate deals Crushing you puny punks with my bulk, leave you in rubble, for reals I'll put your ass on blast, you two marts and shit, selling everything on clearance just to market it I'll start a fit with wits, so let me target this, you motherfuckers should know never to come at this And GameStop, get real, what's with your shitty ass trades? I'm attracting buying customers, leave all your stores deserted for days And what's your giraffe ass gonna do? Splash me with a water gun? You're just a Toys R' Us Bitch, insert pedophile pun Walgreen's Employee: Alright motherfuckers, welcome to Walgreen's I'm the dopest pharmacy store, that you've done ever seen I have a hell load of customers, but enough time to fuck you up. I'll diss every aspect of you, from Wal-Fart to Gay-Stop What would you guys be without me? Just one pile of shit My service is twenty times faster, just go on and live with it We bring pills, ointments and plasters in all kinds of colors I'll bury you all alive with this shovel, only twenty-five dollars Kroger Employee: You cheesy crappy supermarkets ain't seen nothing yet I've got better products than all of you, we don't even need to bet What the hell is a Sam's Club? Man, just merge yourself with BJ's You faggots, you literally proved that stores can be gays You think you can outnumber me? Ha, you're really out of luck If you're not satisfied with the product, I don't give a fuck Toys R Us likes little kids? Huh, what a perv This final line is like my checkout, cause you just got served Costco Employee: Clear your shelves, I'll shut you down, I'll be the number one retailer I'd say the same for you, but you're all just failures These rhymes are just a sample of what I can do to you I'll cream you punks and turn you into quality food We're VIP, only the best deserve to enter You drain the souls of all your shoppers just like a Dementor You can't win, it's impossible; I'm afraid you've lost yo So drop like my prices and bow down to Costco Mall Security: The greatest supermarket coming in, who you gonna call? If you think you won't fall, then suck this mall's balls I've been around for ages, yet you call yourself history? When I was built, all you faggots wanted to come inside of me Where else can you get a video game and a meal? A mall is filled with everything, it's pretty much the best deal and Without me, you guys would all have nowhere to live, SO be thankful, otherwise I've got no K's to give Wal-Mart, I got Paul Blart, Target, you're not God. You aren't o-K-mart and GameStop's just got COD Step into my food court, you won't be acquitted Cause you're Walgreen of jealousy, fellas, you're all bitches just admit it Isn't it a gimmick when you're pinning down the king You're just little prick thrift shops, who think you can win it Well it's time to lock up for the night, your shift's done I've put you all out of business, and there are no refunds WHO WON? WHO'S NEXT? YOU DECIDE! EPIC RAP BATTLE PARODIES

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4. LA Contest Club 2012 SSB Pile Up file

  • Published: 2013-12-13T21:45:40Z
  • By LB1GB
LA Contest Club 2012 SSB Pile Up file


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5. Snowball Chowder

Snowball Chowder

BJ lays out the true facts about growing up at the bottom of the socioeconomic pile.

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6. Packers Insider Tyler Dunne

  • Published: 2014-08-25T23:57:21Z
  • By WTMJ
Packers Insider Tyler Dunne

As injuries start to pile up again for the Packers Jeff Falconio and Greg Matzek chat with JSO Sports' Packers beat writer, Tyler Dunne. Who replaces JC Tretter and which injury is bigger, Tretter's or BJ Raji's? Tyler answers those questions and more.

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7. Vanderslice - The ProfileWild Interview

Vanderslice - The ProfileWild Interview

Producer extraordinaire Vanderslice, has been releasing some head-nodding beats for over a minute now. From his early work to Access Immortal to his recent compilation Everything’s Awesome or his album with AWAR, The Winning Team, one thing has remained consistent - dude sets the bar high for himself and the artists he works with, and the word “filler” just doesn’t exist. The same holds true when talking to Vanderslice, taking time out of a lazy Sunday afternoon to wax poetic on a plethora of topics, from the worst ways he’s been asked for a free beat, building a cohesive album with AWAR, not wanting Troy Ave on The Winning Team, what a studio session with Freddie Gibbs is like, why the MPC Renaissance reigns supreme, and why he’s not the type of producer that bangs out eight beats a day. It’s worth listening to the end to hear Vanderslice’s thoughts on the one and only J-Zone as well. On Twitter: @ericvanderslice @seven3zero On his new album The Winning Team with AWAR: It’s like somebody lifted a rock off my chest. It took, like, 18 months to finish. We had an idea. The last song on the album, that was like the first record we recorded for The Winning Team. That’s when AWAR and I decided that we were going to do a project. It was only going to be 10 or 11 tracks. It was only going to be an EP. We just started making music. There’s songs that we didn’t finish that are coming out. We have a song with Scarface that we’re going to use for something else. We have all sorts of beats from Alchemist, Jake One, and Sid Roams that are also left in the pile that we’re going to do something else with. It was up in the air for so long. And then AWAR and I, we were just beefing with each other and shit, just arguing over the simple things, trying to finish up records. Just shit that, like, anybody that you work with, if you don’t argue with the people you’re closest with, I’d say you’re doing something wrong. He made a couple of moves that I didn’t agree with and I made a couple of moves that he didn’t agree with. And we were just at each other. We didn't work for a couple of months. We were done. But all in all, it feels great to have it done. Production-wise, my partner Green Steez and myself, it was such an opportunity to display different sounds and just do things differently. The track with BJ the Chicago Kid is a legit R&B joint. There’s no drums on it. It’s very soulful and well-composed. And then we also got to do what we’re known for, the real gutter, street shit as well. It took a lot of time to produce but it was a learning process. And AWAR and I are really close personal friends, so I guess we learned a lot about ourselves. It was definitely a learning process. On his worst experience in getting asked for free beats: Oh my gosh! Dude, I have had people actually pass their phone over to my grandfather, who I take care of. I live with my grandfather. He was out shopping. I think he was buying a new pair of kicks or was a grocery store. And some kid passed him his number telling him, “Yo, tell your grandson to get at me.” Rediculous! That guy is stalking my Instagram because I’ll post a picture of me and my grandpops. I roll with my grandpops. I don’t care. He’s one of my closest friends. I take care of him. After my grandmother died, there was really nobody left. All his kids moved and shit like that, so I take care of him. To see me on Instagram rolling with him to know who he is, that just bugged me out, man. I got people hitting me for free beats all the time. That is like the worst! “Yo, I’m trying to work.” If I had been there, I would have laughed the guy out of the building and he probably would have gotten fired. Nobody goes through the proper channels in the digital age. I Instagrammed the picture of the guy’s phone number like, ‘The struggle is so real I got people running up on my grandpops to try and make contact.’ It’s crazy! On when he felt he’d made it as a producer: I still don’t feel that way. I swear I don’t. I work but I’m a bad month away from being homeless. I try to put as much work in as I can because I really don’t feel...I don’t know, but it’s strange. I don’t like to freelance. I don’t like to really freelance that much. I would much rather work on things that could build a legacy because that could be a payday down the road instead of selling beats for like $500 bucks. I try to pick and choose my spots and that will absolutely hinder me financially but creatively and artistically, it just gives me way more freedom. But I’m comfortable enough. I sell enough records on the side and I sell samples. I hustle here and there which is keeping me comfortable enough to where I don’t have to do the beat hustle shit. I’m not trying to make music and then try and sell beats. I guess that keeps me grounded because I definitely don’t feel like I made it to where I can call my own shots and all. I definitely don’t got it like that. We pressed 300 copies of Everything’s Awesome on vinyl and we’re almost sold out of that and it only dropped in May. To really make money off of vinyl, even if it’s a small dose, to me that's a small step in the growing process. I take every day as it comes, man. On how a Vanderslice beat comes together: I’ll usually just sit here and listen. Whenever I buy records, my turntable has a CD burner and a flash drive on it. I put a hard drive on there and just upload and listen to it and I’ll just sit here and listen to a playlist at random. When I hear something I want to sample, I’ll go and dig the record out and get it off of vinyl. I lay out all my drums and then I send it to Steez because Steez plays keys, he plays bass, and he plays guitar. So we add certain layers to the music and that’s pretty much the process, just repeat. I’m in a vicious beat-block stage. I haven’t made a beat in the past 10 days, but I’ll snap out of it.

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