Bigger Than Elvis | UGMP Beats | Futuristic Hip Hop Instrumental

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Producing hip hop beats is one of my favorite things to do. I get hype every time I go in the lab and put in work! Listen to “Bigger Than Elvis” one of my latest instrumentals that I uploaded for the world to hear. Follow @ugmp on Twitter and hit like on the Underground Mastermind Productions Facebook page!

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KTC demo “Peeping Tom” new music featuring Russ Tafari and Rewind

You may or may not know that way back in 2009 I started a new rap group with my good friend Rewind Montana that was originally called K-Town Clique. Then after we left Tennessee we changed the name to Kill The Captain and we have since changed it once again to Kamikaze Terror Cinema. Really anything that fits the letters KTC is good. After all we are KTC. We have been through a lot of shit since 2009 traveled across the country, gotten all of our beats stolen, so on and so forth. Now we are out in Los Angeles and have started once again working on new music for the project. We have made a demo song available for streaming so everyone can hear what we have to showcase. Even though the track is simply a demo and we used unconventional recording techniques we are receiving great feedback. The song is called “Peeping Tom” produced by Underground Mastermind Productions (my producer alias). Listen to “Peeping Tom” below and show us love or hate either way we want your feedback! You can also hit us up on Twitter @ktc187

 

Lyrics to Peeping Tom by KTC

Sittin’ in the park I’m high as fuck/
I see a mattress but I ain’t got a truck/
so I pick it up strap it to my back/
grab some ropes that were down in my pack/
now if I’m walkin’ if I fall I can sleep/
on the wet slab where vagina seeped/
mattress on my back starring at you like a creep/
down in the bushes where the maggots meet/
I was laying there naked when I caught her eye/
got a lil hungry ate the mayor’s thigh/
people running screamin’ like a zombie panic/
cut a few throats with the knife I brandish/
biting chewin’ spillin’ guts I’m savage/
I’m a gore freak now my life is lavish/
I go hard grinding I got blood in my teeth/
if you don’t follow this then fuck your beliefs/

I am a peeping tom

Amazing sick thoughts goin’ through my head/
I like to see’em naked alive or dead/
watch me make a mockery of standard life/
fist fuck a bitch replace her dildo with a knife/
blood splash oh damn cookies on the dash/
crack in the windshield where that bitches head got smashed/
metal bent and roll I just watched it crash/
climb down the tree some yuppies just passed/
lit up the blunt then I flicked off the ash/
I lick my lips and list at these girls plump ass/
jump out the bush and lunge and that vag/
half man half horse I pound like a sag/
hoofs in the air I jump with the sheep/
I choke it and fuck it while it is asleep/
a spaceship came by and picked me up/

I am a peeping tom

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Affordable Audio Mastering Services

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Affordable Audio Mastering album cd mixtape single company prices paypalAs you may or may not know I have been a professional audio mastering engineer since 2006. I offer low rates for high quality service. The official site is AudioMastering.biz but I’m going to give you a rundown about what I can do for you below.

Whether it’s a demo to be sent out to record labels, an album, a website, a single, a mixtape or any other project that needs high quality sound. You need to get it mastered in order to stand out above the competition.

This day and age when there are a million artists out there doing independent music in home and pro studios you need to stand out by mastering your music to achieve that high quality commercial sound. I will exceed your expectations and make sure your music sounds the way that it should sound with my sonic expertise. Read below as I have answered some common questions. Still have questions? Email question@audiomastering.biz

Frequently Asked Questions about my services:

What will you do for my music?
I will apply the following (if needed): EQ, Loudness Maximizer, Mastering Reverb, Multiband Harmonic Exciter, Multiband Dynamics, and Multiband Stereo Imager. All of these things alone or put together in any combination with my know how will make your track sound like your signed to a major label. Although I cannot fix a “bad mix” so be sure you have your song mixed properly before sending it.

How do I prepare my music to be mastered?
Be sure to not apply any post production such as normalizing or compression on the final song. It is best if you send me the final mix with no post production what so ever. Also it is best if you can get your maximum levels between -6db to -16db, that leaves me plenty of headroom and I will not have to reduce the volume before I begin. Look at the image below to understand what headroom is. It shows what a song looks like at -6 decibels compared to a song that is maxed out at 0 decibels. You can send your music as the following formats: WAV or MP3.

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Send your music to music-upload@audiomastering.biz. If your getting a whole CD mastered (album, mixtape, EP, etc.) you need to send the songs to me individually DO NOT ZIP THEM UP and send them as one huge file. The fastest most efficient way to do this is with the Sendspace Wizard from Sendspace.com.

Do you offer a FREE SAMPLE?
Yes of course I do! If you would like to get a sample before you buy send your song to masteringsample@audiomastering.biz. What I will do is master your track and send you back a clip. It will have both the original part and the mastered part on it. So that you can hear what I can do for your music.

What kind of payment do you accept?
I currently accept Paypal, Western Union, and Moneygram as forms of payment. If you wish to pay for mastering services email payment@audiomastering.biz for information on how to pay for services (serious inquiries only).

How long is the turnaround?
On average I get masters back to the customer from 1 to 3 days. If I run into problems it can take slightly longer.

What does mastering do for me and my music in the long run?
By having your song, album, demo, or mixtape mastered your music will sound professional and could lead to a record deal or higher cd, mp3, and ringtone sales. Your music is your art and you need to put it out there with top notch quality. I’m here to help out struggling musicians that don’t have $50 or more to get one song mastered. Contact me today and get your music professionally mastered for an unbeatable price!

A little background about Underground Mastermind:
UGM aka Russ Tafari has been producing music since around 1997. He has produced and engineered for a lot of underground artists over the years. He was chosen by several underground labels to work his magic due to his dedication and amazing track record. He has worked with several rap groups and solo hip hop artists, but don’t let that fool you he has also worked in the genres of heavy metal, punk rock, ballad rock, industrial, trance, drum n bass, and several cross genre experiments. Underground Mastermind will work hard to sonically enhance your music. So don’t delay and get your music mastered professionally today!

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Lethal Action National Geographic Special

National Geographic Lethal Action

National Geographic Lethal ActionNational Geographic has just uploaded a special called “Lethal Action” to their Youtube channel. The special goes into the North Hollywood Bank of America robbery, Pablo Ecobar in Columbia, and the Taliban. Watch the episode below.

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Cannibal Mix by Russ Tafari | Horrorcore Rap Mix

The Cannibal Mix is a two part series of some of the sickest Russ Tafari horrorcore rap verses known to man! All verses were taken from songs by The Burning Legion a 5 man horrorcore group that I was in and produced 99% of the songs. All verses were recorded from 2005 to 2008. Listen to Cannibal Mix Part 1 and 2 below.

Cannibal Mix Part 1 by Russ Tafari Produced by Underground Mastermind

Cannibal Mix Part 2 by Russ Tafari Produced by Underground Mastermind

Both mixes are on my HISTORY album! Download it for free. All production by Underground Mastermind Productions.

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How to live on the street and cope with being homeless in America

How to Live on the Street

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What most people spend on living arrangements, whether “permanent” ones such as houses or apartments, or hotels when traveling, can enable a frugal nomad to enjoy the same bars and restaurants as those who turn up their noses at him when they see him in a sleeping bag in the entryway of a closed shop downtown. While not all areas are good prospects for this manner of living, wherever you see a substantial homeless population you can be fairly sure of being able to live nomadically.

Steps

  1. Carry both a sleeping bag and sleeping pad suitable to the climate of the area in which you are living. A combination sil poncho/tarp/bivy sack also comes in handy in rainy weather.
  2. Sleep in a park during the day whenever possible; there is less chance of police harassment and mugging, it is generally warmer, and the grass makes a natural cushion. Large parks, such as the Boston Common and San Diego’s Balboa Park, make it easy to find a place to lay out your tarp and sleep for a few hours. Beaches are also excellent places to sleep during the day, but keep above the high-tide line, unless you want to awake to the chill of an ocean wave, and wear sunscreen or keep your body covered.
  3. If you must sleep on the street at night, find an area where the homeless are already doing the same. You will be less conspicuous, and the police probably leave them alone in that area. Be wary that the other homeless people may try to intimidate you or even rob you.
  4. If you can’t find a spot where the homeless are sleeping, choose a place that’s fairly well lit yet out of the pedestrian walkway. It’s better to have the cops roust you than get mugged in a dark alley.
  5. Another place to sleep relatively safely at night are rooftops of public buildings. People do not naturally look up, and chances are you won’t get found. This may be classed as trespassing and illegal, however. But it is safer than sleeping on the streets themselves. Preferable rooftops are flat with alcoves or obstacles so you cannot roll off of the rooftop.
  6. Look for free samples in grocery stores. It’s an easy way to find food, and you are more likely to find special offers and cheap food. If you are in Florida, many Publix supermarkets give slightly more than most samples in their “Apron” stands. Even walking in opens lines of communication for food later on.

Tips

  • Travel lightly. You can stuff a down sleeping bag to a very small size, ditto for a poncho/tarp and an ultralight inflatable pad. A backpack can make you look more like a European tourist, but it might make you less welcome in American shops, bars and restaurants. Shoulder bags don’t hold as much but look more mainstream, resulting in less glares.
  • A wide-brimmed hat keeps the sun’s rays off your face, preventing sunburn and reducing the risk of skin cancer. You can also use it to cover your face when trying to nap during the day; it keeps the sunlight out and the flies and mosquitoes off too!
  • Always make sure you look and smell good, especially if you enjoy the bar and restaurant scene. This can be difficult, but often just disappearing into a locking restroom (certain major coffee chains and most gas stations have them) for a couple of minutes and taking a sponge bath can work wonders. Baking soda is cheap and makes an excellent 24-hour deodorant and teeth cleaner. Another option for cleaning is premoistened baby wipes.
  • If you have a little more disposable income, you might want to consider buying membership in a nationwide gym. This gives you access to showers everywhere you go, and a locker where you might be able to temporarily store your gear.
  • Synthetic warm-up suits pack very small and can be worn while you launder your other clothes. Change in one of the aforementioned restrooms.
  • Sleep with your bags strapped to you, day or night. This makes it difficult for someone to walk off with them, since they would have to risk waking you and possibly have a fight on their hands. Unless you’re in an area where the wolves are really hungry, and you’ll probably feel the vibes when you enter such an area, this shouldn’t happen.
  • It’s nice to have a home base where you can relax after traveling, and sleep 12 to 24 hours straight if you had rainy or otherwise unsuitable weather during your nomadic excursion. Apartments on the New Mexico border in Palomas (Chihuahua, Mexico), for example, can be had for about US$40 per month, and farther south probably even cheaper.

Warnings

  • Living like this can make you a target for the middle-class and rich, who are likely to complain to the police about you wherever you go. You can also expect to be jeered at by younger people.
  • This will probably not be feasible in the Pacific Northwest, or other areas with lots of cold, rainy weather. Camping there would most likely require a tent and would limit your mobility.
  • Watch out for dogs and other stray animals. They may be just as needy as you are and can become very aggressive. Obtain a heavy stick, a piece of iron pipe, or a few rocks (only if you can throw reasonably accurately!) and keep them by you when you sleep, so that you can fight animals off with them as needed.

Things You’ll Need

  • Sleeping bag, or blankets
  • Poncho and/or Tarpaulin
  • Weapon for self defense
  • Money (optional)
  • First aid kit
  • Water bottle
  • Backpack
  • sun screen

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Sources and Citations

  • This research was made possible, in part, by a land grant from the City of the Sun though the specifics of the research were not coordinated nor endorsed by COSF.

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Brotha Lynch Hung “Krocadil” Horrorcore Rap Music Video

Brotha Lynch Hung Krocadil horrorcore rap music video strange musicI’m not that big of a fan of Brotha Lynch Hung but I do have major respect for him for being a forefather of the horrorcore rap genre and is still pushing out that evil shit. Anyway he dropped a music video for “Krocadil” and I actually dig this song. The beat has that horror movie feel to it and the hook is dope! Check it out below and judge for yourself.

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Kevin Danell Mann (born January 10, 1971), better known by his stage name Brotha Lynch Hung, is an American rapper and record producer from Sacramento, California. Since the release of his debut album 24 Deep in 1993, Brotha Lynch Hung has sold 1.4 million CDs independently, and has been described as an innovator of horrorcore and one of the forefathers of the genre.

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Killing stuff in Skyrim part 1

Killing a giant in Skyrim xbox 360

Killing a giant in Skyrim xbox 360I recently purchased some game capture hardware from Elgato and now I will be making a ton of gameplay videos showing various cool stuff in many video games. My first series is all about killing stuff in Skyrim! Check out the videos below.

Killing a giant in Skyrim

I remember once upon a time when these pesky giants use to bash me and knock me 800 feet into the sky. Oh those days were fun.

Killing a snowy sabre cat in Skyrim

This was a nice little battle with a snowy sabre cat. Lydia got it’s attention and I gave it the ol one two.

Killing a snow bear in Skyrim

This snow bear gave me a run for my money and I thought for a split second it was going to kill me. Luckily I keep the health potions on deck.

Killing frostbite spiders in Skyrim

These spiders were pretty easy to kill but I went all Chuck Norris on them with the finishing moves.

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Marvel’s Doctor Strange Teaser Trailer

I don’t know much of anything about Doctor Strange so this trailer was a whole lot of confusion for me. It did peak my interest though because I want to know what this is all about. The trailer had an Inception vibe to me with the city spinning around like that. Watch the trailer below.

Doctor Strange Teaser Trailer

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