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Things Done Changed

Thursday, June 19th, 2008

I think I qualify as an O.G. in this hip-hop blogging thing since I’ve been covering hip-hop on and off since October 2001. Back when I first started blogging it was just me and hip hop anonymous. Times have changed, now the record industry can not deny the influence of hip-hop blogs.

Hip-Hop blogs in 2008 have such great influence that other sites react to them. Here is a video of Kidz in the Hall responding to a poll featured on unkut.com

In the poll Kidz In The Hall were one of eight choices for Who Is The Biggest Hipster Rap Douchebag at unkut.com

Kidz In The Hall should be happy, they came in last place in the poll.

To defend themselves Kidz In The Hall holdup a silk screened t-shirt of Obama. The interview seemed perplexed about how pointing out that a pastel colored t-shirt defends them from the accusations. They also claim they are the first artist to put out a pro-Obama song which may or may not be true.

Song: Kidz In The Hall – "Driving Down The Block"

Friday, February 15th, 2008

Kidz In The Hall has a new single out called Driving Down The Block that has been floating around the internet for about a week.

This song did not appeal to me at first because it is a little bit too southern rap sounding with both the beat and the subject matter. The song has caught on with me after listening to it again and I am a sucker for the Low End Theory references.

You can check out more on Kidz In The Hall at their myspace page: Kidz In The Hall’s MySpace