From Celebrity Rap Superstar, former Skid Row frontman Mr. Sebastian Bach continuing with his rapping.
I would like to thank YouTube user Cornholiobutt for his fine work and diligent efforts in uploading the clip.
Sasha Frere-Jones, in the 8.13.07 issue of The New Yorker addresses prolific hip-hop artist Lil Wayne, who has been creating songs at a feverish pace, though has been releasing them for free on the Internet. SF-J:
“Jay-Z, who is actually thirty-seven, is the C.E.O. of Def Jam, a major label that still does business the twentieth-centruy way, selling records in stores. Lil Wayne’s commercial releases are distributed by another major label, Universal, but, by posting his songs for free on the Internet and, in the process, acquiring new fans, he is proving that the established methods of distribution, like the established rappers, no longer rule.”
His third album is forthcoming.
A little more hip-hop: Social music site Loud.com (“the online street community”) is trying to loop the crowd in, letting Wu-Tang lovers download official Wu beats, then lay tracks over them in a competition to open for the group in Hawaii later this year. Rock with Wu.
(On Loud.com, Safari support is “experimental.” And tells you so at every navigational turn. Funny!)