Say What!?? Sundays

Its that time of the week again.

If you haven’t been keeping up with the festivities at SXSW, here are a just a few highlights of this weeks events.


  • TDE Show @ The Fader Fort
  • Bonus: “Bitch, Don’t Kill My Vibe Remix (Ft. Jay-Z)”
  • Earl Sweatshirt’s performs “Whoa”
  • Usher performing Acapella (“Bad Girl”, “You Got It Bad”, “Lovers & Friends”)
  • Macklemore performing “Thrift Shop”

For more performances check out the Fader Fort.


Hip Hop Cop?

Gat is better known as Officer Maurice Gattison, president of Irvington’s police union, and the other three men are decorated township officers. All four are now the subject of an internal investigation because of the video, which has reignited a debate about what police officers can and can’t say. Does the right of free speech trump department rules and regulations when the cops are off-duty? (The Star Ledger/

Move over Rick Ross, there’s a new sheriff officer in town. Ethical issue or just bad idea altogether?

Coming soon: An interview with Camden’s own Skrewtape.

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One response to “Say What!?? Sundays”

  1. Taylor Alessandrine says :

    I really like “Say What Sunday!” It’s good for people to know what they can expect from your blog each week and all the stuff you put up is really informative!

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