Wednesday, September 13, 2006

Skateboarding & Hip-Hop

This article about skateboarding and hip-hop is filled with silly quotes like "not coincidentally, skaters and rappers have turned raging against the machine into multibillion-dollar businesses." It just goes to show that the mainstream will never understand skateboarding. As a side note, who do you think woudl win in a game of skate? Lupe or Pharrell

6 comments:

BlogorDie said...

Hey cool blog I have a Skateboard blog too. If you interested maybe we can do a link exchange, cheers!

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Mike said...

Lupe will definately put a hurtin on Pharell's non skating ass. See the Kick Push video that he filmed nearly entirely at Uprise with Jackson, Neen, and Kiko. Jackson and Ken have been trying to progress him beyond ollies but hey, baby steps.
holyzapatos.blogspot.com for lots of Chicago news... Not completely skate though...

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Charley Feher said...

Want to hear somethng funny? 35 year old Malice from the Clipse has a miniramp in his house and he actually skates on it-- which threw me back when I heard it. I give Pharrel and Lupe their much deserved repect, how many other people have jobs that interfere with their skateboarding? Atleast Pharrell can still enjoy skateboarding and the changes and adavncements it helped create and infuence for his career.

suckamc said...

Pharrel don't skate, he's the biggest fuckin poser. I speak the truth. Skateboard P is a fake. but he's got riches bitches so I'll shut up now. he's still a fake ass fuck. ever see any footy? nope

HeadlessMonster said...

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Too bad, think article sounds funny. Also, I saw that Kick-Push video...homey be pushin' flat-footed. POSE ALERT!