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  1. id like to say ill sit and wait on the fence but who am i kidding I'll be there day one PSN here so if anyone is ever looking to team up
  2. Hoodedclaw

    Deadpool 2 - 2018

    Saw it last night , didn't laugh as much as i thought i would and theres not a lot of story in there. It's more of the same really but felt some of the jokes came across as a little ( x ) forced. It's still a good watch mind you but didn't have the same impact as the first one IMO
  3. Hoodedclaw

    God of War (2018) - Magni-ficent!

    gotta love a photo mode
  4. Hoodedclaw

    Liverpool Football Club Thread

    16K tickets is a bloody joke that
  5. Hoodedclaw

    Liverpool Football Club Thread

    Liverpool will be boss on the 26th, was mad last night tbh . Typically i'm away on holiday for the final. If you want any advice on where to go give me a shout
  6. Hoodedclaw

    God of War (2018) - Magni-ficent!

    Not sure it's been mentioned (I did have a quick look thro the thread honest) there's now an audio profile for this on the Sony Headphone app
  7. Hoodedclaw

    God of War (2018) - Magni-ficent!

    Same thing happened to me I remember playing TLOU after my daughter was born and boy did it kick me in the feels.
  8. Hoodedclaw

    God of War (2018) - Magni-ficent!

    I'm forever forgetting to turn off my Sony headphones
  9. Hoodedclaw

    This is Hip-Hop.

    https://www.npr.org/event/music/603133680/o-c-tiny-desk-concert As a member of Brooklyn rap collective Diggin' In The Crates, Omar Credle, aka O.C., helped shape what was known as the golden age of 1990s rap. Marked by loops sourced from jazz recordings and lyrics rooted in one-upmanship, O.C's two '90s albums, Word...Life and Jewelz established him as a rapper's rapper, an underground star. O.C. was joined at his Tiny Desk by Soul'D U Out, a jazz ensemble led by Grammy-winning trumpeter Maurice "Mobetta" Brown. The live instrumentation replicated the sample-heavy original recordings perfectly. The crew kicked off the concert with "New Day," from O.C.'s 2017 album Same Moon Same Sun, which features young R&B singer Tay Bell on the hook. The rest of the set was vintage cuts from O.C.'s heyday. "Day One," a D.I.T.C. posse cut, featured emcee and producer Lord Finesse, and the joy that poured forth during his verse belied its level of difficulty. (It reminded me that it'd been too long since I enjoyed a Lord Finesse album.) Then O.C. treated the crowd to a version of "Return of the Crooklyn Dodgers" (the one and only song by him, Jeru The Damaja and Chubb Rock). And of course, he had to fit in his seminal banger and arguably most popular song, "Time's Up," from Word...Life. The finale got personal when O.C. relayed the importance of the song "Born 2 Live." "This is dedicated to a friend of mine who got killed down in Baltimore," he said. "Everytime I do this record, it's somber. ... But it's a celebration at the same time. So I'm a just party it out and have a good time with it." With a little help from Soul'D U Out, we did, too. oh and also https://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/mtv-launching-yo-mtv-raps-reinvention-with-brooklyn-show-w519265 On June 1st, Brooklyn's Barclays Center will play host to a family reunion of sorts with the Yo! MTV Raps: 30th Anniversary Experience, a tribute to the instantly popular, era-defining music video show featuring a formidable line-up of Golden Era pioneers. The event will serve as the first event in a campaign that an MTV press release says will "reinvent" Yo! MTV Raps across both their television channels and social media. MTV will live-stream the arena concert on its website, which will feature who's who of lyrical legends and video stars. Scheduled to appear are a slew of artists featured on the show's run between 1988 and 1995: Big Daddy Kane and the Juice Crew, Eric B. and Rakim, Doug E. Fresh, KRS-One and Boogie Down Productions, EPMD, Flavor Flav of Public Enemy, Melle Mel & the Furious Five, the Pharcyde, Brand Nubian, Nice and Smooth, Onyx, Black Sheep, Das EFX, Special Ed, Yo-Yo, Kid Capri and the first performance of "Tap the Bottle" hitmakers Young Black Teenagers since they disbanded in 1994.
  10. tbh i cant remember the last campaign in COD that i actually played to the end , maybe MW2
  11. Hoodedclaw

    God of War (2018) - Magni-ficent!

    wasnt gonna go near this but i'm totally on board now
  12. Hoodedclaw

    SOLO: A Star Wars Story

    Yea this is more like it ... looking much better now
  13. Hoodedclaw

    Because you like Propellerheads you might like...

    'Where do i begin' with Beth Orton on vocals is a fuckin masterpiece and encapsulates those very long weekends of old
  14. Hoodedclaw

    This is Hip-Hop.

    The album version just didnt have the same impact without that Tribe/Qtip sample

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