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Next Episode :: MoneyNetwork Drops ‘Apple Butter’ Music Video

I became familiar with MoneyNetwork through an episode of Baby Lion‘s wonderful Rappers Playing Games (RPG) series, and I’ve been keeping an eye out for his drops ever since.  About a month ago, he dropped a video for Apple Butter that hit a handful of nostalgic checkboxes perfect.  The look and editing of the video are made to mirror late 1980’s or early 1990’s TV sitcoms like Fresh Prince of Bel Air or Saved By The Bell without sacrificing the economy and format of a traditional music video, with many of the aesthetic choices executed perfectly.  On a personal note, I remember spending tons of time with my crew at the bowling alley this video was shot at, and though it has changed names and looks over the years, it is largely the same spot in spirit.  The tune is catchy, the video is memorable, so I heavily recommend checking it out and doing all the like/comment/share moves.

-chief

Playlist Player :: Protextor And Baby Lion Provide Us With ‘Rappers Playing Games (RPG)’ Spotify Playlist

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(click picture for playlist, or CLICK HERE)

Protextor already did us a solid by being a co-creator of the Baby Lion YouTube channel, as well as the creator of the awesome show that is Rappers Playing Games (RPG), but he’s done us one better by creating a running Spotify playlist featuring the music of all guests that have graced the show thus far.  Feral the EarthwormChucky Blk, myself, MC HomelessMoneyNetworkBorn Soul and even Protextor himself appears on this wonderful playlist, so check it out asap, and spread it around so others can do the same!

-chief

Dropping Science :: Protextor And MoneyNetwork Talk Over ‘Aladdin’ On ‘Rappers Playing Games (RPG)’

Baby Lion is doing it so well that they get to bookend the weekend!  Protextor has decided to hit us with back to back episodes of Rappers Playing Games (RPG) within a week, and the latest episode features special guest MoneyNetwork and the Sega Genesis classic Aladdin.  The pair play the surprisingly difficult game and talk about diversification of creative ventures, the information age, making blogs, objective knowledge and much more in one of the most interesting and vivid conversations to take place on the show to date.  This series is catching steam, and with as many talented artists as there are in the Austin area (many of whom I can almost guarantee are gamers), I imagine we will have plenty of episodes to look forward to.  Give this one a like, leave a comment, and share it around so others can do the same!

-chief