Westside Gunn and Mach-Hommy celebrate Easter like they did last year—by blacking out over a Daringer banger.
Mach-Hommy and Alchemist connect once again.
Also, get to know Mach on a personal level by checking out his appearance on the Tea and Converse podcast below.
Posting this on sight because I already know it’s amazing. DJ Kay Slay sits down with the ItsTheReal boys for their latest episode of A Waste of Time. Can’t wait to listen—Drama King!!
Yo! This French Montana and Swae Lee (from Rae Sremmurd) shit is my new summer anthem, I can’t stop listening to it. I was looking for a way to post the stream on here, and came across this video of kids in Uganda dancing to it that I had to share. So awesome, and this song is fire—rewind selecta!!!!
This dude Russell Westbrook is truly unbelievable. Of all the stats that a player can accumulate during a basketball game, I’ve always found the triple double to be the most impressive. It shows that you’re a complete player that can do more than just score. Well last night, Westbrook broke the single season triple double record in style, recording his 42nd of the season with 50 points, 16 rebounds, 10 assists—including a game-winning three-pointer. “What a perfect ending to a historic day”—watch the highlights above.
By the way, Westbrook is averaging a triple double for the season. How ill is that?! Props to my man Duigs for predicting his impact in our Westcheddar Hoops season preview back in 2009.
The world lost a comedy legend last week—the original King of the Roast Don Rickles. I’ve been paying my respects by re-watching some old YouTube clips of his, and I invite you all to please join me because they are hysterical. Here are three of my favorites—watch Don Rickles roast Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr., and Ronald Reagan below. Look how hard everyone was laughing, and nonstop. He was the greatest!
Some bonus stuff…
Watch Frank Sinatra share a hilarious story about Don Rickles during a surprise appearance on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson HERE. And Adam Sandler shares some old stories with Jimmy Kimmel HERE.
This is truly the end of an era. RIP Don Rickles.