This is one of those songs that gets us going in the morning when you don't feel like doing shit.
He comes from Outer Space is the only logical explanation we can come up with when watching Reggie Watts. I can't even imagine all of the sounds and ideas that grow in his head. After watching this a couple times we still can't figure out what his real voice sounds like. As far as what he is talking about, only bits and pieces make since to me. But after reading a couple comments between amazement and bewilderment, there was one comment from some guy named David Gardner that summed it up pretty well.
"He conveys meaning through meaningless jabber by deconstructing semantics and linguistics in a senselessly satirical fashion. He created a paradox in which interpreting his work is pointless because that's what the point is. Anyone analyzing his performance will simultaneously feel stupid for doing so because they're essentially trying to make an objective review of his subjective "modern art". All of your comments are invalid because Reggie Watts made them so, no exceptions."
Keep doin ya thing Reggie!
Adult Swim frequently shares Shazam-worthy music in between episodes and now they are making it easier for us by giving access to a collection 16 singles over 16 weeks. You can download directly from their site. Find a gem. Thank us later.
We just copped that Muse. from Charliered and this song has been on repeat all weekend. Listening to it makes me unleash my inner Jimi Hendrix. Next thing I know I'm jumpin around and kickin shit. Right when the song goes off, I come back to my senses and pick that shit up. Rocki Evans has that D'angelo soul sound with a touch of James Brown in him. He definately makes you feel what he's singing about. And Cobaine Ivory killin the boards with that Soul Rock, keeps you with the stank face and your neck jerkin.
This video was Directed by Govales, who painted a vivid picture for the viewers by making Uncle Sam the Pimp, with Hope and Dreams as his hoes, and who doesn't chase Hope and Dreams? With The Almighty Dollar seeming like the best way to get them, some people put the paper over all. Enjoy the visuals from CharlieRed.
Action Bronson aka Bam Bam aka Mr. Baklava has recently dropped the sequel to Blue Chips, properly named Blue Chips 2. Bam Bam links up again with producer Party Supplies and to me, it eclipses the first one. The beats take me down memory lane and Action fits right in with his mix of sports, food and NY 80's Mob Culture. With features from Ab Soul and Mac Miller this project has a good balance to it. I also fucks with Big Body Bess comin to talk his shit at the end of some of the tracks. Also peep the funny visuals below where he brings a couple of his bars to life.