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All I Do Is Win…


Nappy Boy online recently released a behind-the-scenes look at the filming of the video for new the DJ Khaled track featuring T-Pain, Ludacris, Snoop Dogg, and Rick Ross.  “All I Do Is Win” is the first single off Khaled’s recently released “Victory” album.

Click to watch the behind-the-scene's featurette.

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Piano Steps Experiment.


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Kings Cup.


Every college student in the United States knows the notorious drinking game Kings Cup.  And we all know how much of a pain it is to explain the rules to someone who has never played before.  Well luckily the rap genius Paperface has simplified the task of laying out the rules to a newcomer by recording the song “Kings Cup”.  So next time your at a frat party, birthday, or just bored with some friends, and you need to spell out the rules, just play the track.  Click the pic to download.

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The Incredibox.


No, this is not some sort of ‘Super-P*ssy’… The Incredibox is a functional and funny flash-based music making system.  Its very basic, but it is capable of creating some unique and interesting musical selections by handling a selection of human “beat-box” loops provided by the french artist.

Play in the Incredibox

The Art of the Steal…


Click to view the Apple.com trailer

An un—missable look at one of the art world’s most fascinating controversies and a celebrated selection of the Toronto, New York and AFI Film Festivals, Don Argott’s gripping documentary THE ART OF THE STEAL chronicles the long and dramatic struggle for control of the Barnes Foundation, a private collection of art valued at more than $25 billion. In 1922, Dr. Albert C. Barnes formed a remarkable educational institution around his priceless collection of art, located just five miles outside of Philadelphia. Now, more than 50 years after Barnes’ death, a powerful group of moneyed interests have gone to court for control of the art, and intend to bring it to a new museum in Philadelphia. Standing in their way is a group of Barnes’ former students and his will, which contains strict instructions stating the Foundation should always be an educational institution, and that the paintings may never be removed. Will they succeed, or will a man’s will be broken and one of America’s greatest cultural monuments be destroyed?

Profile: Misa Campo


Misa Campo was born on January 22, 1987, in Montreal, Canada. When she was just two years old, Misa moved to California’s Newport Beach to live with her father. Surrounded by her relatives, Misa grew up in a safe and comfortable environment in which she was encouraged to pursue her dreams. Misa remained exclusively within the sunny vistas of Newport Beach until she was 10, at which point she began to shuttle between California and Montreal (where she lived with her mom and two sisters).
By the time she was in her late teens, Misa had moved permanently back to Montreal, where she managed to land a job as a bartender at the city’s exclusive Jet and System nightclubs. Misa’s bosses, impressed by her seemingly sunny personality and appearance, encouraged her to give the world of modeling a shot, and specifically pointed her towards Montreal’s annual performance racing auto show Sport Compact Performance. There, Misa impressed both patrons and executives and eventually walked away with the title of Miss Rocawear for 2006.
Misa’s burgeoning fame necessitated a move back to California, and it wasn’t long before she had managed to land a job as a bartender at a Los Angeles hot spot. She was also remaining active in the modeling scene, and, in addition to her duties as the face of Rocawear for Canada, Misa soon became a regular fixture within the pages of such magazines as Version C Models Magazine, Uno magazine, and DragSport (for the latter, she was named Model of the Month in December of ’06). Misa’s big break came when she was featured as one of Maxim magazine’s “Show Us Something” girls in September of 2006, and she was also named an IGN DVD Babe of the Day in 2007.

Brock Davis


Brock Davis is a digital artist out of Minneapolis that specializes as an art director, a designer, and an illustrator.  In 2009, he had a campaign to make a new piece of art every single day.  The picture below is just one of his 365 pieces.  Click the picture to check out his bio-site, and the link to “Make Something Cool Every Day 2009”.

Check out Brock Davis's Art Collection

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