Kreayshawn Gets Played In Her Own Video Game
The Beatles have their own edition of Rockband, Michael Jackson has his own DDR-style game, and Oakland's Kreayshawn has her own version of...Grand Theft Auto? Not exactly, but thanks to techy über-fan Beth Maher, the controversial rapstress now joins Jeff Mangum in the growing list of artists-who-probably-should-not-have-video-games-but-hey-we're-not-complaining.
The four-level platform game, inspired by homegirl's explosively popular label-bashing single "Gucci Gucci", was created by Maher over the course of a six-week Flash game design workshop. Take a crack at the aptly titled Kreayshawn: The Game here and see if you have what it takes to mow down basic bitches with fireballs of swag (unfortunately, Kre's "pear-handled kitty cat" is not a featured weapon). We haven't reached the boss level yet, but we wouldn't be surprised if it was one big room, fulla bad bitches...
The Great Korean Invasion of Keith Ape: Noisey Raps
Hailing from Seoul, South Korea, Keith Ape made hip-hop history with the international hit “It G Ma.” In this episode of Noisey Raps, we follow him and his crew as they get to know the US.
Stormzy and Muzi: From South London to South Africa
Stormzy travelled to South Africa to check out the local music scene with producer Muzi, where the pair discovered their similarities, and Stormzy learnt about gqom music and Zulu culture.
King Diamond and Slayer's Kerry King - Back and Forth
King versus King. The two metal legends talk about pivotal moments in their career, creating guitars with rubber bands, and what it's like when a fan offers to carve your logo into their skin.