Suspect has been delivering some big bangers throughout the year but his latest one with Hollowman is his hardest yet. The pair have worked together on a few occasions including on 2016’s “Wonder What.” Though it’s been four years since they collaborated, they teamed up on the hard-hitting, “Bruce Wayne.” The two are backed by ominous production while Suspect kicks things off. Giggs steals the show with much more than a 16-bar verse to close off the track. Unfortunately, he missed the opportunity to squeeze in a reference to his Batman bar from Drake’s “KMT.”
Without knowing what to expect going into the Lost Lands edition of Couch Lands yesterday, apart from sheer awesomeness, tens of thousands of viewers throughout the day were blown away by top-tier sets from amazing artists and absolutely insane production. Of course, the headlining set from Lost Lands’ founder Excision to end the night was icing on an otherwise already delicious cake, not to mention the reveal of his new label, Subsidia.
Today, we can expect more of the same and more with a selection of artists that are either blowing up right now or just leave our faces melted on the floor — or both. Sullivan King, who has played every year of Lost Lands, rounds out tonight’s festivities, with Yookie, Jantsen, Chime, Hi I’m Ghost, Ray Volpe, Tynan, Lick, Jeanie, and Jinx also providing the heaviest of beats throughout the day.
the travelers’ journey begins as soon as they step within the building.
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Author: S. Pieri
This is the original prototype of the Spydersport Maxton GT, a high-perfomance sports car that was developed in England back in the early 1990s with a Ford Sierra Cosworth RS500 drivetrain capable of 500+ bhp.
Sadly the project to build and sell the car stalled but not before a fully functioning chassis had been developed and fitted with all the requisite parts to make it a driving, functioning car including suspension, brakes, engine, gearbox, differential, wiring loom etc.
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On the 25th anniversary of O.J. Simpson’s acquittal in his infamous murder case comes a new two-hour documentary special. What’s different about this one? For the first time, Nicole Brown Simpson’s diaries will be made public.
“O.J. & Nicole: An American Tragedy”, which airs on Investigation Discovery on October 5th, focuses on their relationship. Brown Simpson’s diaries contain recounts of domestic violence. Over 60 incidents of beatings are recounted, which according to CNN reporter, Marc Watts, weren’t admissible during the trial.