His trademark mixtape series, Stamped N Da Streetz, has not only spotlighted plenty of underground rappers from South Florida, but it has also served as the name of his internet radio station. Last year, Meat celebrated the release of the 20th volume of his series with a playlist of the hottest records of 2016. In 2017, Meat will hopefully release the next installment of his mixtape series and an EP filled with brand new, original music..
Drawing of the Massachusetts Line at the New Windsor Cantonment after the sketch done by Private William Tarbell of the 7th Massachusetts Regiment. Caldwell and Garrison Civil Engineers Newburgh, New York. Collection of Washington Headquarters State Historic Site.
It’s a tough environment, and there’s violence and drugs. But it wasn’t the wild, wild West. There are a lot of good people there too. Alabama is part of the “put young stars on TV and get viewers.” Well I think they are a fun team, but not a really good team. I think the defense of Virginia Tech will cause them problems. I even think Virginia Tech could give Villanova a tough game if they get there.
As expressed above, this is hardly Levy’s craftiest piece of satire. He and host Greg Gutfeld were merely commenting sarcastically on something they found absurd. Your only clue that they’re joking is their tone of voice and, of course, that only a complete ass would be outraged.
This weekend marks the release of Spike Lee’s new movie BlacKkKlansman, which is both the subject of and also a chance to look at one of the more surprising incidents in the history of modern American race relations: the real moment when, in the late 1970s, an African American cop in Colorado posed as a Ku Klux Klan member to infiltrate the organization. TIME’s Olivia B. Waxman spoke to Ron Stallworth, the man whose true story inspired the film, about what the movie gets right, what it gets wrong and how things have changed since then.