Here at The Campus Socialite, we’re suckers for good music. We certainly couldn’t pass up the chance to play Jay-Z and Kanye’s “Watch the Throne” album in the office all day. We’ve made a track-by-track review review for you late listeners or the ones who need convincing.
Prince Ea is actually a poetic genius. This short rap actually has two meanings…I’d tell you more, but that’d be ruining the mindblowing surprise. All I can say is that he doesn’t like how the rap game glorifies the life of the gangster and makes being smart seem uncool. Well, Prince Ea, you definitely do make “smart” cool. Check out this amazing video, and make sure you pay close attention.
Jay-Z and Kanye West are officially the Snoop and Dre of the 21st Century. The two have been collaborating on tracks for what seems like forever, and have only made each other’s legend grow even larger. But the Rap couple have yet to merge into a true Duo…until today. “The Throne” as Jay-Z and Kanye now call themselves, have announced both an Album and a Tour. Think of it like the “Justice League” or “The Avengers,” only way cooler.
Hailing from George Mason University, Henny G.E.D is becoming a frat-house hold name with is amazing flow and one of a kind beats. Campus Socialite was given a chance to do a Skype interview with Henny to discuss his musical influences, his college experience and what he has planned for the future.
The Beastie Boys, the three Jewish kids from our childhood who rapped like they were from the hood, are back for more. This time the
Coney Island, the home of one of the oldest (and most painful) roller-coasters in America, the original Nathan’s, and the annual Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest, and the Brooklyn Cyclones, but as of this weekend, Coney Island has announced plans to add even more history to it’s small patch of land by erecting statues of resident legends, Stephon Marbury and D. Chamberz.
Par City is giving their fans the ability to personally design their newest T-Shirt. So how do you get involved with the hottest Rap group out of New York since Wu-Tang Clan? It’s as easy as emailing The Campus Socialite and attaching your original graphic.