Ed Piskor at 6:12 am Tue, Feb 5, 2013
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Yé-Yé Girls of '60s French Pop
Simplifiers and Optimizers, by Dilbert creator Scott Adams
always wondered where the sample about ‘munch up a little bit’ at the beginning of MFDoom’s Beef Rap
came from, now I know: 31:39 of Wild Style. Learn something new every day!
I’d paint three of those murals for some of that ass.
I’m sure this is what’s sampled in Cypress Hill’s “A to the K”, from “Black Sunday”.
I was sure that “A to the K” meant “AK-47″ – but what does A to the C mean?? I thought it was “A to the Z”, and I don’t what that means either.I have always wondered.
Quite simple really: A to the C. From the Latin “ante cibum”: before meals. Usually used in the context of medical prescriptions; in this case referring to the double aught buck the speaker is predisposed to offer before the consumption of the de rigueur post-club snack…
Those O.G.s were a literate bunch.
Might as well zone in on the specific scenes from the flick. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z6zKjTEoxds
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