Back this time with some more concert footage since nobody likes the other stupid shit I've been posting. Its all good tho this ones bound to get me some traffic. Last weekend I rolled with the usuall suspects from the gurpcity family down to Petaluma to catch E40 rock the Phoenix Theatre. I showed up just as Turf Talk hit the stage and saw him as well as the Mossie do their thing. But Damn, when 40 hits the stage the place just goes nutso. This might not be the best piece of footage I've got, but it will definately give you some idea of how off the hook the crowd was. Now I wasnt in the best spot, off to the left standing on the incline of a skate ramp, so I wasn't EVEN ready for what happened when 40 Wata went into his latest single produced by Lil John "Tell Me When to Go". Literally the place went apeshit and I damn near kept getting knocked over by the people around me going absolutly retarded. Not to mention I was wasted off of Tall cans and Hennesy. Kinda sucks tho because it took a lil while for me to fully recover. See for yourself.
I'll post more video if i have time later this week.
So much for more frequent updates. Busy busy busy, trying to get some of that grown man money. But here's a quicky lil update for the half dozen of you that peep what I'm doing. A couple weeks ago some homies came through the pad to kick it, drink beer and watch Big Snoops "Boss'n Up." Unfortunately the homegirl emily had a lil bit too much sangria before she arrived. There was a lil episode that went down in the bathroom and Me and Z-Man couldnt resist.
No big parties for me on New Years, holidays like these tend to bring out the worst in weekend warrior types. Not exactly my bag of tea, I spent all of my early to mid twenties waking up everyday with a hangover. So this year I decided to chill with the ol lady at her new place she'd just moved into. The place is insainly overpriced but it does have a pretty dope view, check it out.
The next year will is going to be big for this blog, be on the look out for more music videos, shortfilms, and tons of chickfights (kidding) but on a serious not I predict 2006 is going to be the year of the video blog thanks to doezens of sites like youtube.com and ourmedia.org popping up all over the place. Just wait someday I just might get paid to do crap like this for a living. Yeah right.