Congratulations to our very own Outtasite who is celebrating a massive hit on MTV!
The song “Soul Rollin” From the album “SupeRecord” has hit number 1 on MTV’s the HIVE!!!! Call in this Tuesday to the show Outtasite Radio at 11pm and give him congratulations your self.
For now celebrate the good times with us while watching the best music video out right now!
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Let’s give Kathleen Parker credit for not badgering rock star Gene Simmons with, “Yeah, but aren’t I as awesome and chic and cute as Sarah Palin is stupid?” Such restraint on the part of someone so “unqualified” to co-host a television show next to a guy smarter than she is, who runs circles around her, is admirable. Parker’s sucking up to the left under the mistaken belief they wouldn’t smell weakness and abuse it for every partisan advantage is a “naive” mistake Sarah Palin never made — you know, the Sarah Palin with the successful TV show and bright future.
It’s interesting that Gene Simmons pretty much admits he voted for Obama out of white guilt. It’s also very intelligent politics on his part, a way to say to others who made the same terrible mistake, Hey, we tried to do the right thing for the right reasons and look where it got us. But we can fix it in 2012! The Kiss bassist also makes a simple (in a good way) but articulate case against against Obama’s ever-expanding government. If our presidential candidate is half as capable of making the same case against Obama in 2012, we should be in pretty good shape.
As far as Simmons’ belief that musicians should stay out of the business of politics in their music… Does this mean “Love Gun” isn’t a a pro-Second Amendment song?
What am I missing? Simmons and Ted Nugent represent real rock n’ roll, which, at its core, is about freedom. Just leave me alone to do my thing. Those of us who are more socially conservative might not be personally comfortable with what that particular thing might be, but Kiss never lobbied to raise my taxes and Aerosmith never argued for my health care to be taken away. But that bastard Springsteen sure has. He’s “The Man” now, living in his mansion on the hill and telling the rest of us how to live our lives – a real moral scold protecting the status quo.
Sometimes I wonder if this isn’t why the music business is so stillborn now, with so few major artists and acts breaking through in a big way. The biggest tours each year are usually artists and bands old enough to be grandparents.
Is this simply nostalgia or is it due to the fact that the liberating spirit of a rock n’ roll, of Ted Nugent and Gene Simmons, hasn’t been passed on to the next generation of musicians?
Nugent/Simmons 2012! — Simmons/Nugent 2012! — Anyone But Obama 2012!
Atlanta, Georgia (CNN) — Rapper T.I. helped police persuade a man not to jump off the roof of high-rise hotel roof in Midtown Atlanta on Wednesday afternoon, police said.
T.I., whose real name is Clifford Harris, talked to the man about how a person “can make it through anything,” Atlanta Police spokesman James Polite said.
“T.I. just happened to be in the right place at the right time,” Polite said.
Harris faces his own life crisis this week when he appears before a federal judge, who is considering revoking his probation on a weapons conviction.
Police were trying to talk the man, who appeared to be about 25 years old, from jumping from the 22-story Colony Square Hotel when Harris “appeared out of nowhere,” Polite said.
Harris offered to help convince the man that “life’s not that bad,” a proposal that police accepted, he said.
The man, who was not identified by police, agreed to leave the roof to meet with the rapper.
After several minutes of conversation, he was taken into custody and transported to Atlanta’s Grady Memorial Hospital for a psychological evaluation, he said. He was not charged with a crime, he said.
Harris and his wife, Tameka “Tiny” Cottle, were arrested on drug charges during a traffic stop on Sunset Boulevard in West Hollywood, California, last month. The charges triggered Friday’s probation revocation hearing in Atlanta.
In 2008, Harris was sentenced on charges of unlawfully possessing firearms as a convicted felon. The charges came after an arrest by federal agents a year earlier while Harris was buying three machine guns in the parking lot of an Atlanta grocery store.
Harris was released after serving nine months in prison and three months in a halfway house.Read More
Mix tape released to the internet in 2010. The mixtape was released via irc, torrents, and youtube.
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This was my first mixtape, and since I was new to the whole thing I chose to remix some of my favorite artist in tribute to them, and as a sort of what if I had worked with them what would it sound like. I put this mixtape out in Aug 20th 2008. I hope everyone enjoys it.