VIDEO: Crooked I Says Cheap Liquor Will Have You Turned Up & Forgetting About Your Life

Crooked I holds down another episode of C.O.B. radio with co-host Somayeh and in typical Cobster fashion right out the gate keeps it raunchy and raw for the listeners tuning in.  After more than a few sips of drink to turn it up in the studio, the Slaughterhouse emcee starts to feel the buzz and gives his personal take on cheap liquor versus popular top shelf brands and their effects.  Before closing things out, Crooked discusses the new and improved Skee mobile app and encourages fans to pick it up in order to hear all their past episodes filled with entertainment from the likes of strippers, guest rappers, and everything else in between.  Tune into C.O.B. Radio at Skee247.com every Wednesday from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. broadcasting live from the Skee Lodge.

PHOTO: Crooked I & Ras Kass Live ON C.O.B. Radio (2/13/13)

Ras Kass recently made his way to C.O.B. radio for an interesting sit down with host Crooked I.  Ras was a very cool guy.  Be on the look out for the episode I helped shoot and see what Ras had to say live on the only radio show with an attitude.  Be sure to log online at skee247.com or download the Skee TV mobile app on your smart phone so you can hear C.O.B. radio live every Wednesday from 5-7pm with co-host Somayeh.

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PHOTO: Nelly Live From KissFM on #TheWeekendMixtape

 

IMG_4405Uh oooohhh! Yes, I finally got to see Nelly in person.  Recently, while holding it down for another weekly episode of Kiss FM’s The Weekend Mixtape with the Skee TV crew, the St. Louis rapper decided to made a special appearance for viewers streaming at home.  He talked about past experiences and was open about his positive attitude for the future of his music.  In fact, Nelly Mentioned he was in the works with his new music and that he indeed was in the studio again recording a new album.  At one point in time Nelly was changing the game and had everybody loving Country Grammar. Respect is given where it’s due.