Saturday, May 31, 2008

Since I Know You Wanted It


I haven't listened to it all the way through yet, but Just Blaze defecated all over the "Mr. Carter" beat.

Friday, May 30, 2008

Stussy X Kaws

$225 on Stussy's website.
I'd cop, but not for that much.

I Lay In Waiting...

...for June 10th(I will not steal this album, I will not steal this album, I will probably steal this album).

If You Consider Yourself A Hip-Hop Fan

Then you need this album.

That's all I really have to say.
Link from Dope Blog Fresh

Oh, and when you put it in iTunes, it should be right before Illmatic, and then In My Lifetime.
Man, I might not ever get to sleep tonight.

Thursday, May 29, 2008

I See You B. Diddy

I think we might stop making posts about The Hundreds soon though.
I mean, why would we talk about them if we had our own clothing line

Wednesday, May 28, 2008

The Hundreds

Hates sucky shoppers.

HOW TO SUCK AT SHOPPING from Bobby Hundreds on Vimeo.

don't do this.

Don't Get Popped

In the throat...

Monday, May 26, 2008

Go Post It On Your Blog

^ audio cocaine


One Won't Do

And two is not enough for me

Sunday, May 25, 2008


yet funny

Saturday, May 24, 2008

Flashing Lights

Part of me wishes I had a girl like this.
Then I realize how annoyed I'd get.

Thursday, May 22, 2008

My Man

Jacket & scarf combo is mean.

I want a girl...

"...When I want a girl..."

You guys know the deal. Where I am right now is a good place. I'm in college, and I'm chillin. I don't need a lot to make me happy, because I'm very busy and I understand if you are also busy. Sometimes I don't have time to hang out, even though I'd like to, and I think recognizing that has made it easier on everyone. What I really want to say is... thank you.

"...and when I don't want a girl, I want a girl who understands that."

Tuesday, May 20, 2008

This Is How I Got So Much...


Monday, May 19, 2008

Word To Max

So on Friday I decided to break out my Supreme Kermit Tee. Big news right? Not really.

But, I saw my Candace. She gave me a hug.

I said, "Yooooo, this shirt was kind of expensive, and I'd rather not have makeup on it."

She didn't get mad, she just understood that I didn't want a Supreme x MAC collabo just yet.

That's appreciated. Thanks Candace.

Supreme Vans

I need a pair. Badly.

22nd in Soho or Fairfax.
23rd online.

& since I'm in Tucson, nobody go online and buy a size 11 or 11.5


KANYE SAVES THE WORLD. from Bobby Hundreds on Vimeo.


Nas Changes Album Title

It's no longer Nigger

It is now, Nas

To paraphrase from Paid In Full, Even Ray Charles saw this coming.

Saturday, May 17, 2008


So, I'm not like a big basketball fan or anything but I like the Hawks(they're the team I chose to back when I chose to back a team), and the Lakers(c'mon, that's like me not ever having been to dodger stadium). That having been said, I'm kind of excited for the Lakes to have made it to the west finals. I'm confident that they will be just fine through this series, considering they have the ability to win on the road(cough cough boston cough), and I look forward to seeing Kobe pick up another ring. Pau is a beast, and I was always a D Fish supporter so the expectations are high for these next couple of weeks.

Friday, May 16, 2008


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Manny, why you gotta hurt them so bad?

Big Ups

Loyola's Ryan Holmes from austin knoblauch on Vimeo.

Ryan Holmes, state leader in the hurdles, also one of my lil homies. Notice the question about his competition.

Thursday, May 15, 2008

Big Ups


MANHATTAN, Kan. – Kansas State head coach Frank Martin announced today the signing of junior college standouts Buchi Awaji (Citrus (Calif.) College; Los Angeles, Calif.) and Abdul Herrera (Hutchinson (Kan.) Community College; Panama City, Panama) to National Letters of Intent.

Awaji comes to Kansas State after playing two seasons at Citrus College in Glendora, Calif., while Herrera played the past season at Hutchinson Community College in Hutchinson, Kan. The duo are the first players to sign with the Wildcats for the 2008-09 season.

“We are pleased to welcome the addition of Buchi and Abdul to our basketball program,” said Martin. “Both add tremendous experience to the roster after having played at the Division I level in their basketball careers. They know what it takes to succeed at this level. Buchi is a scorer who was the best player on the best junior college team in the state of California, while Abdul brings us tremendous presence on both offensively and defensively at the rim.”

A 6-foot-3, 175-pound shooting guard from Los Angeles, Calif., Awaji helped the Fighting Owls to a 35-1 overall record and to their first-ever California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA) State Championship in 2007-08. He was named the most valuable player of the state tournament after averaging 12.3 points, 8.7 rebounds and 2.3 assists during the team’s three-game championship run. He collected double-doubles in the final two games, including 14 points, 11 rebounds and four assists in the 72-67 win over Fullerton in the title contest. He was named first team all-state and co-most valuable player of the Western State Conference South with teammate Darren Moore. He is rated as the No. 32 player in the junior college ranks by

The only player to start in all 36 games, Awaji averaged 16.5 points on 54.9 percent shooting (219-of-399), including 40 percent from 3-point range (58-of-145), with 4.9 rebounds, 1.7 assists and 1.3 steals in 26.6 minutes per game in 2007-08. He ranked in the top-5 in nearly every team category, including first in scoring, field goals made and attempted, 3-point field goals and minutes. He was also second in field goal percentage, free throws made (99) and attempted (138) and rebounding.

Awaji scored in double figures in 31 of 36 games this past season, including 12 20-point contests. He poured in a career-high 31 points on 9-of-15 shooting in a 115-110 overtime win over Bakersfield College on Dec. 30, while he posted a career-high 13 rebounds in the semifinal win over L.A. Trade Tech on March 15. He led the team in scoring in 17 games and in rebounding on seven occasions.

Awaji averaged 12.5 points on 42.2 percent shooting (154-of-365), including 32.1 percent from 3-point range (45-of-140), with 5.1 rebounds, 1.9 assists in 19.9 minutes per game as a freshman in 2006-07. He ranked among the top-5 in most categories, including first in steals and second in both scoring and rebounding.

Awaji tallied 1,021 points during his two-year stint at Citrus, becoming the first player under head coach Rick Croy to top 1,000-point plateau in a career. He connected on 48.8 percent (373-of-764) of his field goals in his two-year career, including 36.1 percent (103-of-285) from 3-point range.

Awaji transferred to Citrus College after redshirting his freshman season at Florida International in 2005-06. He prepped at Loyola High School in Los Angeles, Calif., where he was named first team all-conference and team most valuable player as a senior.

Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Talk About Life Goals

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This makes me want to raise my kids overseas.

Yeah, You Too

I Got the Beard Game on Lock

Read em and weep ladies!

Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Getting Our TMZ On

Usher has the beard game on lock (nh).

The Media

They're pretty much saying Hilary is out.

They love soulja boy.

They blow everything out of proportion, as long as it has to do with celebrities or death.

They strike fear into the heart of white America with images of the "scary negro".

Sometimes though, you gotta love em'.

I like turtles too.

24 To Live

So I'm 'studying' and I came across Harlem World.

24 HRs to live.

Shhh got me thinking. What if I had 24 to live.

I really planned out every minute in my head, but that would take to long to type out, and I have a final in like 7 hours, and still need to catch some ZZZs.

So here are the highlights:

All my homies from high school. Back in the gym for one last run. Not one of those loose, everybody is jackin' up random 3s runs either. One of those, shirt grabbing, no easy buckets games. You know, when it's up to 11 but before it starts you know it's going to 15, no win by 2. For the record, I'd have to hit a step-back 3 on 14-14.

I'd spend some more time with my LA people. Hit all the spots for one last time. And I'd eat a #1 at Roscoe's (all wings, of course) and not get the itis.

I'd take that hour flight out to AZ, joining the mile high club while in the process. No contraception either, if my seed comes to life, so be it.

I'd apologize to every girl I've ever done wrong, and make peace with all of the dudes I've gotten into fights with.

I'd get all of my friends together. Huge party. I'd pay my respects, have a great time. Shot after shot, no black out. No drink spilled on my Jordans. No fights, no drama. Just me & my boys pretending we're Nas, Jay and Puff in the 'Roc Boys' video. And girls snapping pictures for Facebook, because that's 'default status'.

I've thought about some more stuff, but that's pretty much all of the fun stuff. Back to the books.

Share yours in the comments, or on your blog, and post the link in the comments.

What Game?

I heard someone say, "He has no game"

I don't know what that means. Is a guy with good game a guy who can smooth talk his way into a woman's pants?

If 'game' is what women refer to as some sort of combination of looks, confidence, humor, style, and honesty that makes them attracted to a man, then that makes sense to me. If it's anything other than that then I'm confused.

So to my youngsters, who look at older dudes (like Ham & myself) and wonder how we associate ourselves with women who are always so beautiful and smart, it's not because we send "hey beautiful you look sexy today" text messages to them on a daily basis. All you need to do is be honest, have a good sense of humor, exude confidence, and present yourself well.

In short, if you treat your girl the same way you'd want your mother to be treated, then you'll do just fine for yourself.

And for those other types of girls. Call a spade a spade.

Monday, May 12, 2008


This Album > Your Existence.

You Are...

...The sunshine of my life.

Friday, May 9, 2008

Busta Bust

Under Appreciated.

Who else can collab with the Tribe and with Khaled. And drop joints like this:

Appreciate him.

Thursday, May 8, 2008

Eff The Ivy

KFC ... for real?

Social Commentary Time

When I was growing up, if I didn't open up a door for any lady within about a mile of the door, my mom would be about ready to tear my behind up in public.

That's followed me, so no matter who it is, I always open doors for ladies, pull out chairs, etc.

I've gotten a few, "Why can't all guys do that" or "You're so nice"

To be honest, ya'll need to step your game up. I'm all for putting your foot down and letting a woman know where she stands in the relationship, but being polite and opening the door for a lady is something all men should do.

Oh, and I only called you bitch because it's a general term for all women.

This Picture Is Hilarious

Damn, Earl.

Monday, May 5, 2008

The Hood Loves To Listen To

Jeezy and Yeezy

Inside fish sticks, outside tartar sauce
Pocket full of celery, imagine what she tellin' me
Blowin' on asparagus, the realest shit I ever smoked

Did You Forget What I Look Like?

Let me see that pretty face...

Sunday, May 4, 2008


My compuer screen is broken... so my posting might be a little spotty for a while. Sorry, we'll have to get through this the best way we know how.

Saturday, May 3, 2008

Oh God.


It's Only Entertainment

So an Entertainment Weekly writer gave the Glow In The Dark Tour a bad review.

Kanye said this:
Yo, anybody that’s not a fan; don’t come to my show. For what?! To try to throw yall to cents in? Yall rated my album shitty and now yall come to the show and give it a B+. What’s a B+ mean? I’m an extremist. It’s either pass or fail! A+ or F-! You know what, fuck you and the whole fucking staff!!! I know I shouldn’t dignify this with a comment, but the reviewer threw a jab at all the artists. I just wanna know when was the last time you enjoyed yourself. If you can’t have fun and loose yourself at this tour it’s a good chance you’re a very miserable person. I actually feel sorry for you guys. Your job forces you to not have fun anymore. Grab a drink, holla at some nice girls, and party bitch!!! You don’t know shit about passion and art. You’ll never gain credibility at this rate. You’re fucking trash! I make art. You can’t rate this. I’m a real person. I’m not a pop star. I don’t care about anything but making great art. Never come 2 one of my shows ever again, you’re not invited and if you see me… BOW!!! This is not pop, it’s pop art! Chris Willman, kill yourself!

Thursday, May 1, 2008

I Probably Wouldn't Wear It ...

... but.

Oh My God

in the words of our illustrious contest winner, "She's wearing the hell out of that dress."