Whats up yall its your local fresh produce delivery boy zu_keeny. So a few weeks ago I copped my first point and shoot digital camera, as a kind of professional photographer I was always timid of them because of their quality and speed and blah blah blah. Anyway that has change, I bought me a Nikon Coolpix S600 in a sleek slate black, and I have to say it is super sweet. The thing I like the most besides its sleekness, its 10 mexapixlness, wide angle lens, the 2.7-inch wide angle of view high resolution LCD, and the optical VR image stabilization, is it’s super fast startup.
No pic today. Just a quick update. The word is definitely being spread via the information super highway about Majority Rules. As I’ve stated time and again, I just want people to hear it, so when I see someone who has Kev Brown, Oddisee (What up Low Budget!), Lupe Fiasco, Little Brother, etc. as music choices on their Myspace page, I generally hit them up and ask them to listen and tell me what they think. I was lucky enough to hit up a beautiful young Brit the other day who was kind enough to then write about it on her blog. You can check it out here: www.putmeonit.com. Bloggers are a big reason that people get into new artists now a days because you’re getting someones opinion with no spin. (Well mostly) For this reason I gotta thank Amelia over the pound there for getting a discussion going about your boy. Cheers!!!
A screenshot of the Okayplayer review.
Yes it’s absolutely true, I do not rest. I mean I try to get my beauty sleep but I’m usually dreaming about what I can do next musically or “grind-wise.” So a while back I sent the good folks at Okayplayer an early download of “Majority Rules” and being the good people that they are, they followed through and wrote about the album today. Well they published it today at least. And it was a quite favorable review. You can probably read the details in the above image but in case you want to head directly to the article you can go HERE. A review by OKP is always a good look and we really hope it gets some shine for the album.