How I Learned To Love Mac Miller -
Musings on my favorite of today’s big three rap releases.
Hite is a South Korean beer that claims to taste “clean and pure.” The can also brags that its brewing process involves a “freezing point filtration system.”
Fat Tony’s Take: “It’s an old-school type can. Man, this beer has a fitting title: It’s sharp, it almost tastes like it could be a fruit, a really exotic fruit, and it actually tastes kinda like soda, Sprite. I would be confident giving children this beer.”
More expert canned beer shenanigans over at MTV Hive.
Be honest, Kanye looks undeniably good as a cat. (From Kanye West and His Weird World of Cats.)
Cats! (Bushwick, Brooklyn.)
I remember the Wu-Tang Clan used to pay me with quarters! — Interview: Yoram Vazan of The Firehouse
Wood grain. (Maspeth, Queens.)
“I’d say probably about half way through it. I was going on tour with Young Jeezy and I was opening the tour up and I was with CTE but it was like I was doing all my shows for the tour by myself and then Jeezy would come out two hours later. I didn’t feel like I was a part of what’s going on. I don’t know whether it was ’cause maybe they’re from Atlanta or whatever but I wasn’t in their circle like that. It felt like I had my own thing going on and me and Jeezy would bump heads and we didn’t agree. So like I said, I decided to take things in my own hands ’cause I was doing it on my own with no support for them anyway. It was like why am I pushing someone else’s brand for free? I rocked with them at first out of love and respect, but that’s gone. Now I got to move on.”