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Cee-Lo Tells Coachella Soundman To “FU@K You And FU@K Her Too !” posted by on April 18, 2011
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Cee-Lo ! Why's that shirt you're wearing so frickin creepy ??

Hey.. I didn't say do all that now

Ya know, I’m rather upset to hear that the sound man at Coachella’s main stage pulled the plug on Cee-Lo this weekend.  So what if he was a little late.  He obviously has no idea how powerful a dude Cee-Lo really is.  And unlike Lauryn Hill, he’s actually cared enough to make some music in the last decade.

For those of you who don’t know, Cee-Lo first appeared on Outkast’s debut album “Southernplayalisticadillacfunkymuzik” on the song, which crazy to say was release 17 years ago, the anniversary coming on April 26th. Aside from Cee-Lo’s distinctive voice on the hook, he starts the entire song out with :

I don’t recall, ever graduatin at all
Sometimes I feel I’m just a disappointment to y’all

And have you ever heard Goodie Mob’s debut album “Soul Food”, remember? The other Dungeon Family group also produced by Organized Noize?  That entire album opens up with Cee-Lo singing “Free” in true Negro Spiritual style.  And I would have to tell you, if you didn’t know God before hearing this song, you might have started to open up.

“FREE”

 

 

 

Lord it’s so hard living this life

A constant struggle each and every day

Some wonder why I’d rather die

Than to continue living this way

Many are blind and cannot find

The truth cause no one seems to really know

But I won’t accept that this is how it’s gon’ be

Devil you gotta let me and my people go

 

And the song’s first track “Thought Process” was a deeply heartbreaking expression of pain suffered by those in the world we’re living in, but the blessing of an incredible thought process that is birthed through such trials and ordeals.  Cee-Lo’s verse was one of the most powerful I had ever heard about that time, especially where he said

“That little money be gone, God damnit I’m grown

Gotta help keep the heat and the lights on

It would be nice to have more, but I kinda like bein’ poor

At least I know what my friends here for”

 

“Thought Process”

 

 

 

So to the punka$$ soundman who obviously doesn’t know who he was really dealing with… Eff you and Eff her too.

That’s why you’re stuck as a soundman doing a gig once a year, and not being a respected member of the Hip-Hop and Music community for nearly 20years. Must piss you off to see Cee-Lo killin the game huh? Well, Cee-Lo is not an overnight success. He’s a dude who’s been spreading the power of his spirit for almost 2 decades. Get yer facts straight homey. And Coachella, find another punka$$ b!tch.

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Smartphone Killed The Video Cam… “Flip” Line To Be Laid To Rest posted by on April 16, 2011
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These "Flip" cams are lookin more like headstones now

Cisco made the announcement this week that they would be discontinuing their once popular line of “Flip” video cameras, the company they purchased in 2009 for $590 Million dollars.  The cut will cost a total of 550 jobs.

Flip cameras gained popularity in today’s voyeur age where ease of use and accessibility for camera use, as well as speed in upload has become a priority.  Unfortunately, it is these same characteristics that its consumers desired that led to its demise, as iPhone applications and video cameras built into phones have taken over the market.

Cameras are only good if you have them when you need them, and rather than carrying unnecessary equipment, incorporating HD video cameras into phones, along with apps that can edit and upload to YouTube straight from the cell phone, has caused the market to see some serious damage to their pocketbooks.

Cell phone cameras are also hurting the business of small pocket digital cameras, as higher quality cell phone cameras are now becoming a priority in cell phone design.

If the mp3 taught the CD anything… the best product is one you don’t have to carry with you, and cameras and video cameras in a cell phone which is most people’s daily required item, accomplished just that

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