Hello Dumpin doods I'm back. In an effort to not be as gay as that Vibe tourney this is my list of the top 25 best rappers alive in conjunction with USA TODAY and BET. Enjoy wiggers.

This entry was killing the loading time on Dimpin, so if you are late to the game and want to read it, you can go to BWT's personal blog and see it RIGHT HERE

Buncocky Episode 28: Fatso & The Gay


Mikes family and their recent purchases, what Mikes perfect baby would look like, People Mike wont miss from Providence, what is Metallicas sex life like, Does being bipolar make you awesome, Jay comes out of the closet and says he thinks Sublime is genius which makes Mike threaten to quit the show, a quick plug for another lowly podcast, shout out to the listeners for knowing more about Murphy Brown than anyone really should, Jay sticks his foot in his mouth again and goes on a tirade about who should and shouldnt talk about rap music. www.buncocky.com voicemail is 206.279.9972

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Dumpin.net March Madness

A few years back, in a project that ultimately created the Xpert Whiteboyz Analysist Posse (or X-WAP... we have a hand signal/gang sign that spells it out, but you have to have six fingers on your left hand, which, oddly enough, both John Dawson and Keenon Mobb both have), we did this Best MC Evar!!! tournament by poll thing to coincide with actual NCAA March Madness on some fucking dork ass message board we all posted on back then, and like most overblown projects where public opinion decides thing, it ended up all screwy, and internet people thought us asseaters for our opinionz.
Well, it's been long enough time, me and mike have been pretend talking about starting up new shit on dumpin for like a month or two now, I am mostly unemployed, with not much to do once my food stamp EBT card runs out each month, so I figured fuck it, let's do it again, like a whiteboy would. Except we (I say "we" but thus far, this has mostly been my brainfuck, because no one is really "motivated" because most of us are either not working or raising newborns or both or mulatto which mixes the laziness of black and the feelings of entitlement of white into one person and that means trouble) figured it better to do something different than just repeat the Best MC Evar!!! gimmick. At one point last year, we had started working on a megalist (which of course was never finished) of living people who could make the hip hop awesome again. So that will be the category. First, here are some disclaimers and proclaimers and rulings regarding that category...
A) the whole "hip hop is dead" meme is fucking played and a half and actually about two cycles of the blogosphere away from becoming retro-hip on the nostalgia tip
B) if you think hip hop is more awesome than ever right now and love you some pink polo shirts with hand-knitted scarves, that's all good; just go ahead and rephrase the "make hip hop awesome again" into "make hip hop even more fucking better than it already is;" let us not argue about semantics fore that might get in the way of useless arguing about what half-obscure shithead is better than some other half-obscure shithead
C) the only people to be considered are still alive fuckers (for-real alive, not Tupac alive) and individuals, not groups/crews/collectives; in the case you are thinking about a crew, pick your favorite/ringleader/backbone to that crowd
D) all of the above

What I am asking for at this point is your input, random fuckers inside the robot screen, as to who should or should not be included in the field of 64. There are multiple ways you can do this. First off, you can go to the sorta dumpin.net message board aka The Secret Clubhouse and there is a thread there in the music folder where this can all be discussed at length. You have to register and then get approved, so sometimes none of us show up for a while, so don't be all like "damn, I registered 21 minutes ago, why can't I post?" It is a laid back place not full of the usual internet faggotry yet, so don't come in there wiping your feet on the coffee table and shit. Although I doubt anyone cares.
If you'd prefer, you can just suggest, discuss, and libel up the list as a response to this post. The making of the field will happen inside the Clubhouse, but I'm certainly not against anonymous nominations here. Also, if you know me or mike's email (I think his is in the sidebar, and mines is ravenmack at gmail you know the rest of the deal), you can send us electronic messages about it. Did you hear about how the post office was gonna start charging like stamps for every email? Yeah, supposedly starting in April. So email us now, before it costs 47 cents.
The first polls will kick off on March 17th, and this whole thing promises to be a thing. How great or stupid it ends up being is entirely up to you, and I will probably blame you for it anyways. So you might as well get in where you're gonna fit in now.

Dumpin Presents: HORROR SOUL VOL. !

(I wanted to make a cool cover picture for this, but I don't have access to my own computer and the one I do have access to doesn't have Photoshop, so just pretend there is a cool cover photo right here)

So I'm unemployed right now, and when I get unemployed I end up completing ideas I had three years ago that I was too lazy to complete at any given time. Sometime in 2005 I was listening to a Quiet Storm style internet radio station when there was some kind of mess up with the stream and a few songs played slightly slower than normal. Slowing down that kind of stuff really brings out this haunted vibe in the music while improving the overall listening experience for those of us who partake in marijuana smoking (or recreational cough syrup usage).

I am obviously not the first person to think of slowing down music. I'm probably not even the 56,293rd person to think of it, but this isn't exactly "screwed", it's slowed down just enough to zone out to, but you can still listen to it in pulic without people thinking you are too much of a weirdo.

This mix was my first attempt at creating "horror soul". It is unblended and nothing fancy because I'm just testing the waters, but I hope to make more volumes in the future. All tracks were lifted from my own records and not some bullshit mp3's that were manipulated in some crap program. It took me a few hours to do. Feedback is much appreciated (as in, 'this is not slow enough' or 'this is just right 4:20 everyday')


1. Heatwave - Star of the Story
2. The Dells - Give Your Baby A Standing Ovation
3. Delphonics - La La Means I Love You
4. Dionne Warwick - I'm Your Puppet
5. Brighter Side of Darkness - Love Jones
6. Africa - Here I Stand
7. David Ruffin - Just Let Me Hold You For A Night
8. Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes - If You Don't Know Me By Now
9. The Stylistics - Break Up To Make Up
10. The O'Jays - Back Stabbers
11. Andrae Crouch & The Disciples - It Won't Be Long
12. Marvin Gaye - Distant Lover
13. Demon Fuzz - Hymn to Mother Earth