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Weekly Announcements for 4/19/18

Weekly Announcements for 4/19/18

We’re late and better than ever. We decided to combine our Weekly Announcements and our 6th Period podcast into one post just to make your lives easier. You’re welcome. So you’ll be able to read our snide remarks on the news while listening to our snide remarks on the news. Don’t forget to follow us...
Weekly Announcements for 4/8/18

Weekly Announcements for 4/8/18

Man, you know the drill. Check out some news that happened last week, below. Also, be sure to check out our Spotify playlist and SoundCloud likes for daily updates on dope, new music. DJ Critical Hype mashed Kendrick Lamar vocals with Dr. Dre production Sudan Archives is “Nont for Sale” Singer, songwriter, producer, and violinist...
Weekly Announcements for 4/1/18

Weekly Announcements for 4/1/18

The weather is finally warming up in NYC and that means blogs will soon be arguing over what the new summer anthem is going to be. You can miss us with all that. We’ll be over here, waving. Laughing at n*ggas. Maestro Wave God Maestro has been on TV (The Wire), movies, signed to Def...
Weekly Announcements for 3/23/18

Weekly Announcements for 3/23/18

Late Sunday for you, too? We figured. Roll onto the other side of the bed and catch up on last week’s headlines. Drake failed us on his “Lemon” verse We all know that he could do better than this. It’s Rihanna’s flow, his semi-fake introspective thoughts (“Never had a limit, never been religious/I just always...
P.S. 4080 Presents: 6th Period The Podcast

P.S. 4080 Presents: 6th Period The Podcast

We have been talking about, bragging about, practicing, and procrastinating the release of our podcast, but today is finally the day. P.S. 4080 may have made it to class late, but 6th Period is in session. Join Bryan and James every week for the new podcast that will tackle a variety of topics, from Lil Xan being banned,...
Weekly Announcements for 3/16/18

Weekly Announcements for 3/16/18

So it happened. I’m late with this post. But let’s not lie to ourselves and say this wasn’t coming. A ton of new music dropped and when I say that I mean that a bunch of albums with way too many songs dropped. Like who really wants to listen to 34 tracks of new Iamsu!?...
Weekly Announcements for 3/9/18

Weekly Announcements for 3/9/18

Man, two weeks in a row for this post. Good job, us. This week was a little heavier on interesting news than previously. But we still rounded up some great music for you. We also have a Spotify playlist that we update pretty much daily. And for the songs that aren’t on Spotify, we tend...
Weekly Announcements for 3/2/18

Weekly Announcements for 3/2/18

There’s a lot of shit out there. Some of that shit is good and most of that shit is shit. Unfortunately the latter shit is plastered all over social media, which leads a lot of people to believe that the good shit doesn’t exist. We’re going to try and help reverse that unfortunate trend by...
Curren$y and I

Curren$y and I

I have a penchant for describing things in extreme terms. “This Midnight Berry Skittle doesn’t just taste pretty good, it is in fact the best variety of Skittles on the market.” Or, “No, no, no, Tom Brady is a great quarterback, but I promise you, he is totally Hitler and possibly sent from the future...
Can Earl Come Out To Play?

Can Earl Come Out To Play?

2011 was a decent year, as far as years I barely remember go, filled with a number of firsts in my life: my first time living in an independent apartment; my first time spending an entire summer away from New York; my first time ever hearing the names Tyler, The Creator, Earl Sweatshirt, Frank Ocean,...
3/17/15 In So Many Words

3/17/15 In So Many Words

I haven’t posted in a while. Here’s something to make up for it. And this. Oh, and this. As if I’d let James just run this site. In other news, the Beastie Boys’ Licensed To Ill is now Diamond (sold > 10 million copies). Slow and steady low, guys. John Forte continues to do what...
Hella Late To The Party: V

Hella Late To The Party: V

When I was in Middle School this was one of my favorite songs; I was an Suburban emo, rock fiend. For three years, unless the rapper’s name was Jay-Z or Nas, you could not convince me that he or she was worth my time. Blink-182 were gods,  Taking Back Sunday were dons, and Motion City...