Looking Back At Eminem’s “Rap God” | Song Stories

Eminem showed he was hungrier than ever on his 2013 song “Rap God,” spitting rhymes at a record-breaking pace. The motor-mouthed track remains the third-most-viewed song of all time on Genius, packing 1,560 words throughout its six minutes to set a new Guinness World Record for most words in a hit single.

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What’s on TV Sunday: ‘Queer Eye’ and ‘The Affair’

The Fab Five brings its self-help expertise to Tokyo, and “The Affair” reaches its series finale.



Steve Smith singing “Is She Not Hot Enough For You Dad?” (American Dad)

When i’m feeling low, i love to watch my favorite TV shows. American Dad is one of them. the latest episode (Season 9, Episode 17) shows you why you can’t feel low when watching this. it makes me laugh every time.

Everybody needs American Dad in their lives. it makes the world a better place.

NOTICE: i do not have any rights to this clip, or anything to do with American Dad TV show. this is purely an example of what makes me feel good. The rights are reserved by Underdog Productions, Fuzzy Door Productions, and 20th Century Fox who i have no association with.



BIG Texas Landscape Acrylic Pour – 3 Dirty Cups! “Fossil Rim”

“Fossil Rim” Acrylic Pour is a large Landscape Pour highlighting the Buttes and Ridges of the Fossil Rim Wildlife Park in Glen Rose, Tx! Their wildlife conservation efforts have made a huge difference in aiding animals on the endagered list like the Southern Black Rhinocerous, Grevy’s Zebra, Giraffes, Cheetahs, Red Wolf, Mexican Gray Wolf, Manned Wolf, Attwater’s Prairie Chicken, Przewalski’s Horse, Addra Gazelles, and so much more!

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Tobe Nwigwe: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

Watch Tobe Nwigwe play “Houston Tribute”, “Caged Birds”, “Against the Grain”, “Shine” and “I’m Dope” at the Tiny Desk.

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Aug. 19, 2019 | Abby O’Neill — Hailing from the southwest region of Houston and of Nigerian descent, Tobe Nwigwe made his Tiny Desk debut a family affair, with an entourage that included his seven-week old daughter. The baby was in the arms of Tobe’s wife, Fat, known for her striking beauty and lead role in the magnificently directed music videos that have paved the way to Tobe’s rapid growth on Instagram.

Baby Fat shared the stage with Tobe’s exclusive producer and emcee, LaNell “NELL” Grant, band members and backup singers who, like soldiers in arms, performed a tight, orchestrated and musically rich set. If there were any doubters in the office, they were quickly won over.

Tobe’s performance was a five-song medley sandwiched effortlessly into a 15-minute block. Launching with “Houston Tribute,” he used clever and evocative wordplay to rap about coming of age in the South. Accented almost hypnotically by a trio of harmonies provided by background vocalists Luke Whitney, David Michael Wyatt and Madeline Edwards, Tobe’s mindful words are like a life hack for those seeking guidance. Throughout the set he offered pleas for listeners to look past inherent hardships and evil and to keep their eyes on the prize, while he reflected on his own decision to go against his Nigerian roots and parental expectations to pursue his dreams of being a rapper.

And through it all, young Baby Fat sat silently in her mom’s arms, absorbing the spiritual energy of her dad’s music.

“Houston Tribute”
“Caged Birds”
“Against the Grain”
“I’m Dope”

Tobe Nwigwe: lead vocals; Fat and Baby Fat; LaNell “NELL” Grant: vocals, effects; Nic Humes: keys; Aldarian Mayes: drums; Lucius Hoskins: guitar; Devin Caldwell: bass; David Michael Wyatt: vocals; Madeline Edwards: vocals; Luke Whitney: vocals; Igbo Masquerade: art

Producers: Abby O’Neill, Morgan Noelle Smith; Creative Director: Bob Boilen; Audio Engineer: Josh Rogosin; Videographers: Morgan Noelle Smith, Kara Frame, Jeremiah Rhodes, Maia Stern; Associate Producer: Bobby Carter; Photo: Shuran Huang/NPR