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where u work

@  Swampy : (01:31 AM)

Gonna call in sick tomorrow

@  Swampy : (01:30 AM)

I’m smoking big hash but I hate my job

@  Swampy : (01:29 AM)

I moved to Denver Colorado shits dope

@  Android XVII : (12:03 AM)

hiccups lowkey scary

@  Uhhimani : (02:39 AM)

I was drunk idk why my first thot was to come on here and post that..lol

@  Uhhimani : (01:46 PM)

I hv the hiccups rn. its terrible

@  A Fuckin Rad... : (10:55 PM)

First time logging on in over 6 years, just to find out UGK passed... this some 'ol bullshit

@  Android XVII : (10:30 PM)

its all good i forgive u

@  chrisb : (04:02 AM)

oops my bad

@  Android XVII : (08:54 PM)

i kno for a fact u did

@  chrisb : (01:04 AM)

i never had u on snapchat i don't think

@  Android XVII : (12:19 AM)

wtf hell naw u older than me u were always mean to me u blocked me on snapchat

@  chrisb : (04:26 AM)

:dance:

@  chrisb : (04:26 AM)

i'd get ur back android but u were mean to me when i was 16 so

@  chrisb : (04:25 AM)

it was ugk's bday the other day

@  Android XVII : (03:18 AM)

and its no OFT without khaled.... shut the whole website down its no point anymore RIP ugk17

@  Android XVII : (03:17 AM)

i was hating on white woman on twitter and khaled got mad at me and abandoned all of us

@  chrisb : (10:11 PM)

what happen

@  Uhhimani : (08:29 AM)

: /

@  Android XVII : (04:19 PM)

if u follow me on twitter that aint shit compared to other things i said
its cancer season my guy was in his feelings das all it is
wya pooch
im in colton california pull up ill giv u the hands !!!! im fighting in the name of dj khaled and ima win cause americans can't lose to british ass fuckniggas

@  Android XVII : (04:18 PM)

i said its a lot of demonic elf looking white girls and my dude snapped

@  Android XVII : (04:16 PM)

u wasn't even there pooch stfu.... khaled sensitive ass got offended by a tweet how is that my fault

@  Pooch : (02:28 PM)

Hey Android, if I ever see you I will smash you into a pulp you useless cunt, fuck you.

@  tylersgay : (11:18 AM)

you know what im out too

@  tylersgay : (11:18 AM)

fuck MTY

@  tylersgay : (11:17 AM)

damn we lost a brother

@  tylersgay : (11:17 AM)

im the new manager of oft ladies and gents

@  Android XVII : (05:19 AM)

say it to face pussy

@  Android XVII : (05:19 AM)

fight me matty

@  Android XVII : (01:47 AM)

u wasn't even there matty

@  Android XVII : (01:34 AM)

:earl: :earl: :earl: :earl:

@  MTY : (01:08 AM)

bro shut up

@  Android XVII : (12:50 AM)

fucka twitter beef

@  Android XVII : (12:49 AM)

prayers up for my nigga khaled until i die

@  Android XVII : (12:48 AM)

bruh i love khaled im forreals sad i hurt his feelings i aint mean to do all that i jus b wildin on the internet.... i genuinely did not think i could affect somebody else mental state with internet words

@  Android XVII : (12:37 AM)

we witnessing the end of an era

@  Android XVII : (12:35 AM)

i dont kno how i got banned from twitter off such an inoffensive tweet but i believe u

@  Android XVII : (12:34 AM)

<3

@  KHALED : (12:30 AM)

@ Steve Berman : (16 July 2013 - 01:38 PM)chick fil a doesn't hate gays, they serve me all the time

@  KHALED : (12:29 AM)

fuck this, enjoy the site. im changing my password to something i dont know and im not coming back

@  KHALED : (12:28 AM)

and no you dont have to take the job seriously, i dont ban people on here unless its that one weird dude Kendrick or whatever

@  KHALED : (12:27 AM)

oh shut the fuck up, i never got you banned, i never reported your dumb tweets i just blocked you

@  Android XVII : (12:21 AM)

really got me banned from twitter for 12 hours

@  Android XVII : (12:18 AM)

jus because i made fun of white womann on twitter

@  Android XVII : (12:17 AM)

khaled i kno u mad at me but please don't ban me from the shout box

@  tylersgay : (04:40 PM)

or can we fuck around

@  tylersgay : (04:39 PM)

@KHALED do we have to take the role seriously

@  KHALED : (01:43 AM)

to be*

@  KHALED : (01:43 AM)

anyone want to me management? im never coming back to this site

@  KHALED : (11:24 PM)

lil bitch

@  Android XVII : (09:24 PM)

detroit

@  KHALED : (01:09 AM)

im a big sean fanboy

@  KHALED : (01:09 AM)

boii

@  KHALED : (01:09 AM)

boii

@  Uhhimani : (05:48 AM)

:hansen:

@  ASTOREA2K : (11:24 PM)

@Uhhimani post ur nudes

@  Uhhimani : (08:58 PM)

*I needa stop drinking too I'm not an alcoholic but I suk too much dick when I'm drunk*

@  Uhhimani : (08:57 PM)

stop drinking and just use thc

@  Uhhimani : (08:56 PM)

pooch get ur life together

@  Uhhimani : (08:56 PM)

omg pooch is online ayeeee

@  Uhhimani : (08:55 PM)

u kno its forever papi

@  Uhhimani : (08:55 PM)

@KHALED ily 2

@  Uhhimani : (08:55 PM)

y'all ready for new bby $ muzic

@  ASTOREA2K : (12:40 PM)

make me admin

@  ASTOREA2K : (12:40 PM)

kevin

@  Pooch : (10:03 PM)

and potential virgin

@  Pooch : (10:03 PM)

Hey smitty I see you online, are you still a sad fat bstard

@  Pooch : (12:01 AM)

Because I was too wasted to make food and they were lying there from the morning

@  Android XVII : (11:20 PM)

grossss why are u eating cold beans

@  Pooch : (02:35 AM)

but at least i'm not smitty

@  Pooch : (02:35 AM)

life is bad

@  Pooch : (02:32 AM)

i am eating cold beans

@  Pooch : (02:29 AM)

i nedd more acllohol

@  Pooch : (02:28 AM)

i have spnet the past two hours cruying

@  Pooch : (02:28 AM)

fuck smitty though

@  Pooch : (02:27 AM)

troy is ignoring me

@  KHALED : (02:23 AM)

but i really do have a place here where you can stay

@  KHALED : (02:23 AM)

that or we sleep on troys floor in la

@  KHALED : (02:21 AM)

poor smitty

@  KHALED : (02:21 AM)

come to australia, i have somewhere for you to live @ Pooch : (08:52 AM) Edit icon Me and my girlfriend broke up so I am fucking depressed so I came here to cheer myself up by reminding myself that smitty is probably still a fat fucking virgin bordering on 40

@  KHALED : (02:21 AM)

@Pooch join discord

@  KHALED : (02:21 AM)

hahahaaahaha @ Pooch : (08:55 AM) Edit icon Today's Top 20 posters 'Khaled' 'posts today 2' '%of today's posts 100%'

@  ASTOREA2K : (10:33 PM)

Mfs need to join discord fr

@  Pooch : (10:55 PM)

long live oft

@  Pooch : (10:55 PM)

Today's Top 20 posters 'Khaled' 'posts today 2' '%of today's posts 100%'

@  Pooch : (10:52 PM)

Me and my girlfriend broke up so I am fucking depressed so I came here to cheer myself up by reminding myself that smitty is probably still a fat fucking virgin bordering on 40

@  Pooch : (10:27 PM)

Adam

@  tylersgay : (09:22 PM)

Metal Dan is online :o

@  Android XVII : (08:09 PM)

dammmnnn

@  KHALED : (09:09 AM)

not one person has signed up to this site since 24-September 2018. lmao rip to this place

@  KHALED : (07:49 AM)

im sorry we broke up and drifted apart

@  KHALED : (07:49 AM)

love you imani\

@  KHALED : (07:49 AM)

shit was dope

@  KHALED : (07:49 AM)

remember when those fucking bots would make like 20 threads a day and if we responded to them they'd spam more so we'd get banned or warned if we posted in their threads

@  Android XVII : (07:28 AM)

creepy haunted ass website

@  ASTOREA2K : (11:47 PM)

ive seen his facebook

@  ASTOREA2K : (11:47 PM)

@Android XVII he is dead that is sus

@  Android XVII : (03:12 AM)

says albino african was online 15 minutes ago which one of y'all said he was dead

@  KHALED : (09:15 AM)

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#1 Staynoided

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Posted 17 March 2015 - 12:28 AM

This shit is fucking art. Kendrick really outdid himself on this one. I have no fucking idea why people are not feelin this. Thundercat is playin bass for like the whole album and its an eargasm. Imma buy the physical copy for sure


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#2 TheOldPope

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Posted 17 March 2015 - 01:40 AM

Music is pretty much all art to begin with so yeah. But I mean its pretty easy to see why people wouldn't like it. It deviates from standard rap/hip-hop structure so it could alienate people. The more jazzy aspects also aren't really impressive for people more familiar with that area of music so he's not going to win over new fans there. 

 

I like it, but as with pretty much 99% of everything in life, I can see what someone else wouldn't. You seem like you should expand your horizons musically if this is blowing your mind this much. Maybe start diving into Kendrick's non-rap influences. 


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#3 TheOldPope

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Posted 17 March 2015 - 01:54 AM

also thundercat is only credited on 3 songs


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Posted 17 March 2015 - 04:33 AM

also thundercat is only credited on 3 songs


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#5 TheOldPope

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Posted 17 March 2015 - 05:17 AM

 

 

 

credited


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Posted 17 March 2015 - 11:10 PM

Music is pretty much all art to begin with so yeah. But I mean its pretty easy to see why people wouldn't like it. It deviates from standard rap/hip-hop structure so it could alienate people. The more jazzy aspects also aren't really impressive for people more familiar with that area of music so he's not going to win over new fans there. 

 

I like it, but as with pretty much 99% of everything in life, I can see what someone else wouldn't. You seem like you should expand your horizons musically if this is blowing your mind this much. Maybe start diving into Kendrick's non-rap influences. 

I already listen to other genres dude. I love jazz and rock and all that shit. It's not like I never heard the sound of a saxophone lol.  Im just expressing how good it is man. 


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#7 Staynoided

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Posted 17 March 2015 - 11:11 PM

as a rap album 


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#8 TheOldPope

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Posted 17 March 2015 - 11:29 PM

That was an actual suggestion not a condescending remark.
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Posted 18 March 2015 - 12:51 AM

yeah I felt a little of both but idk. Thanks for the suggestion.


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Posted 18 March 2015 - 01:39 AM

The New Kendrick Lamar album, To Pimp a Butterfly is an incredibly dense piece of media that absolutely deserves time for digestion. However, I want to briefly offer a lens through which to consider the album; that is, one way to approach the density. 
 
After overwhelming praise and appreciation for Good Kid Mad City—a largely autobiographical album—Kendrick Lamar found himself in a peculiar role: a prominent voice for the contemporary black American experience. What Kendrick has done with this unworkable burden is respond with what I consider a postmodern approach. What I mean more specifically is, rather than take a single-perspective or autobiographical voice for the project, he said something to the effect of, "You want me to be the voice of black people? Then let me show you how diverse and powerful that voice is. Let me show you that what you want me to be is an impossibility."
 
This album is a multi-layered, multi-perspective, contradictory, cacophonous, assemblage; which boldly challenges the suggestion that a culture can be capitulated—even in a moment—to a single voice, or a single perspective. It confronts the very idea that blackness can be pinned down, and revolts—with both form and content—against the subjugation of black people that reductively follows from the prevailing social imaginary of blackness (i.e. what most people believe a black person can be.) Kendrick is revolting against a black imaginary reinforced by representations of blackness in mass media, and used by entities in power to rationalize devastating social injustices. 
 
Throughout the album Kendrick seems to be channeling black cultural figures, social imaginaries, and divergent or incompatible realities, in a way that renders moot the arbitrary closures and exclusions constituting prevailing notions of blackness in America. As you listen to this album, try to let the voice you hear float away from the bonds of one mans perspective, and let it move, with the music, across a larger and more dynamic spectrum than traditional structural order offers. Embrace the contradiction in the lyrics. Consider themes of divergent perspective, contested history, and dynamic mental states. 
 
To simplify, it is as if Kendrick is trying to squeeze blackness into a box, but the box is too small—an intentionally futile exercise that, ideally, damages the box. Try to find moments in the album where Kendrick poetically activates this method to reconsider and dismantle myopic, non-nuanced notions of blackness.

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Posted 18 March 2015 - 01:41 AM

yea it is a good album i really enjoy it, it was executed very well and the production is refreshing for hip hop. It did not blow my mind but at the same time it is something more creative then what other rap artists are willing to delve into, especially recently. I just think it's interesting people act like this is the first rap artist that released an album with soul/jazz influence throughout. Not to say Kendrick didn't put together a worthy project, just not as earth shattering as people are making it out to be. 


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Posted 18 March 2015 - 03:23 AM

amazing


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Posted 18 March 2015 - 03:24 AM

I really like this project.


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Posted 18 March 2015 - 03:55 AM

yea it is a good album i really enjoy it, it was executed very well and the production is refreshing for hip hop. It did not blow my mind but at the same time it is something more creative then what other rap artists are willing to delve into, especially recently. I just think it's interesting people act like this is the first rap artist that released an album with soul/jazz influence throughout. Not to say Kendrick didn't put together a worthy project, just not as earth shattering as people are making it out to be. 

it sounds like the outkast album aquemini kinda 


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Posted 18 March 2015 - 01:58 PM

 

The New Kendrick Lamar album, To Pimp a Butterfly is an incredibly dense piece of media that absolutely deserves time for digestion. However, I want to briefly offer a lens through which to consider the album; that is, one way to approach the density. 
 
After overwhelming praise and appreciation for Good Kid Mad City—a largely autobiographical album—Kendrick Lamar found himself in a peculiar role: a prominent voice for the contemporary black American experience. What Kendrick has done with this unworkable burden is respond with what I consider a postmodern approach. What I mean more specifically is, rather than take a single-perspective or autobiographical voice for the project, he said something to the effect of, "You want me to be the voice of black people? Then let me show you how diverse and powerful that voice is. Let me show you that what you want me to be is an impossibility."
 
This album is a multi-layered, multi-perspective, contradictory, cacophonous, assemblage; which boldly challenges the suggestion that a culture can be capitulated—even in a moment—to a single voice, or a single perspective. It confronts the very idea that blackness can be pinned down, and revolts—with both form and content—against the subjugation of black people that reductively follows from the prevailing social imaginary of blackness (i.e. what most people believe a black person can be.) Kendrick is revolting against a black imaginary reinforced by representations of blackness in mass media, and used by entities in power to rationalize devastating social injustices. 
 
Throughout the album Kendrick seems to be channeling black cultural figures, social imaginaries, and divergent or incompatible realities, in a way that renders moot the arbitrary closures and exclusions constituting prevailing notions of blackness in America. As you listen to this album, try to let the voice you hear float away from the bonds of one mans perspective, and let it move, with the music, across a larger and more dynamic spectrum than traditional structural order offers. Embrace the contradiction in the lyrics. Consider themes of divergent perspective, contested history, and dynamic mental states. 
 
To simplify, it is as if Kendrick is trying to squeeze blackness into a box, but the box is too small—an intentionally futile exercise that, ideally, damages the box. Try to find moments in the album where Kendrick poetically activates this method to reconsider and dismantle myopic, non-nuanced notions of blackness.

 

 

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Posted 18 March 2015 - 03:30 PM

 

The New Kendrick Lamar album, To Pimp a Butterfly is an incredibly dense piece of media that absolutely deserves time for digestion. However, I want to briefly offer a lens through which to consider the album; that is, one way to approach the density. 
 
After overwhelming praise and appreciation for Good Kid Mad City—a largely autobiographical album—Kendrick Lamar found himself in a peculiar role: a prominent voice for the contemporary black American experience. What Kendrick has done with this unworkable burden is respond with what I consider a postmodern approach. What I mean more specifically is, rather than take a single-perspective or autobiographical voice for the project, he said something to the effect of, "You want me to be the voice of black people? Then let me show you how diverse and powerful that voice is. Let me show you that what you want me to be is an impossibility."
 
This album is a multi-layered, multi-perspective, contradictory, cacophonous, assemblage; which boldly challenges the suggestion that a culture can be capitulated—even in a moment—to a single voice, or a single perspective. It confronts the very idea that blackness can be pinned down, and revolts—with both form and content—against the subjugation of black people that reductively follows from the prevailing social imaginary of blackness (i.e. what most people believe a black person can be.) Kendrick is revolting against a black imaginary reinforced by representations of blackness in mass media, and used by entities in power to rationalize devastating social injustices. 
 
Throughout the album Kendrick seems to be channeling black cultural figures, social imaginaries, and divergent or incompatible realities, in a way that renders moot the arbitrary closures and exclusions constituting prevailing notions of blackness in America. As you listen to this album, try to let the voice you hear float away from the bonds of one mans perspective, and let it move, with the music, across a larger and more dynamic spectrum than traditional structural order offers. Embrace the contradiction in the lyrics. Consider themes of divergent perspective, contested history, and dynamic mental states. 
 
To simplify, it is as if Kendrick is trying to squeeze blackness into a box, but the box is too small—an intentionally futile exercise that, ideally, damages the box. Try to find moments in the album where Kendrick poetically activates this method to reconsider and dismantle myopic, non-nuanced notions of blackness.

 

 

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Posted 18 March 2015 - 09:21 PM

good album


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Posted 19 March 2015 - 10:23 AM

godpope, you're a bitchmade faggot.


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Posted 22 March 2015 - 08:39 PM

https://soundcloud.c...pimp-a-seinfeld


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Posted 24 March 2015 - 02:50 AM

Overrated but great album
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