New (ish) Kidz On The Block

Leading lights of the ‘new’ (or, by the time this gets published and the interweb has been entirely replaced by speaking iPhones, ‘crashed and burned again’) Rawkus, the Kidz In The Hall duo of Naledge and Double O are both proud to be Ivy League college graduates. Which we imagine is some sort of a cross between an episode of Sweet Valley High (possibly the one where Jessica and Elizabeth audition for a part in a Double Vision cosmetics commercial, only to then discover that the company tests on animals), and being made to analyse ‘Nature Of The Threat’ for three years straight.

Nevertheless, their ‘School Was My Hustle’ album, with its true school aesthetic brought up to date by the new school to become now school stylings (Note: Schoolisms not necessarily used in accordance with the Ridenhour Memo 1988), is certainly fresh. So, with their edumacational credentials in check, we hit up emcee Naledge for ten reasons why the kids of today should burn those Young Jeezy thoughts and stay in school. And, unlike most of the bullshit on this here ‘blog’, we actually did do this…

1. Sorority girls
2. Most jobs tend to like their workers to have degrees
3. Fraternity parties
4. Spring Break (preferably at an exotic Island or Latin country)
5. Beer-Pong is actually an acceptable talent
6. You can’t get drafted to the military while in school
7. More time to mooch off of your parents
8. Co-Ed showers
9. School – the only place where drinking partners become business partners
10. Financial Aid cheques

Kidz In The Hall – Work To Do

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10 Responses to "New (ish) Kidz On The Block"
  1. Reply Tone Broke September 28, 2007 09:26 am

    Forget Kidz in the Hall and their impeccable rap ethics what happened to Freaky Friday?

  2. Reply Boosie September 28, 2007 12:30 pm

    fatboss stole it. the revolution about to begin

  3. Reply i did the cover September 28, 2007 13:56 pm

    word

  4. Reply Drew Huge September 28, 2007 15:00 pm

    boosie? you’re saying fatboss stole our shit all over again? stop looking at blogs, they make you idiotic

  5. Reply DopeBoiFResh September 28, 2007 16:16 pm

    Thisis HIp Hop Hatas

  6. Reply brian beck from wisconsin September 30, 2007 05:18 am

    i coulda swore i replied to this and gave daps for the sweet valley high reference and then went on to detail how the show jumped the shark after season 2 when the original lila left

  7. Reply Mike Snoot October 1, 2007 12:40 pm

    sweet valley high – its bigger than hiphop

  8. Reply WTF!?!!?! October 2, 2007 10:30 am

    naledge needs to ghostwrite for kanye west

  9. Reply WTF!?!!?! October 2, 2007 10:31 am

    if he doesnt already, ya know

  10. Reply cockdeez April 4, 2008 12:37 pm

    is it my imagination or is this all very Kanye?

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