BrooklynBrand Presents: The Breakdown Ep. 1

The inaugural BrooklynBrand media compilation of all the things that mattered during the last week. Here we catch up on all things music, media and everything in between. The Podcast crew this week discusses Rihanna, condoms in porn, the wonders of interracial sex, Sandy and the death of Twinkies.

Disclaimer: We can only go up from here so disregard the sound leveling. Next time it will be cleaned up.
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Brandon: @BrandonBrando @BrooklynBrando
Spadaque: @Spadaque
Dash: @Dashx4
Travis: @Trav405
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BrooklynBrand Presents: The Breakdown Ep. 1

The inaugural BrooklynBrand media compilation of all the things that mattered during the last week. Here we catch up on all things music, media and everything in between. The Podcast crew this week discusses Rihanna, condoms in porn, the wonders of interracial sex, Sandy and the death of Twinkies.

Disclaimer: We can only go up from here so disregard the sound leveling. Next time it will be cleaned up.
Follow the crew and like the pages.
Twitter/Instagram 
Brandon: @BrandonBrando @BrooklynBrando
Spadaque: @Spadaque
Dash: @Dashx4
Travis: @Trav405

Watch| Rihanna Performs "Diamonds" On SNL 11/10/12

Photo Credit: Christopher Polk/Getty Images

Rihanna was on Saturday Night Live Saturday night and gave a visually interesting performance of her pop hit, Diamonds. The background while she was doing the song looked like a bad 90’s computer graphic. That’s not necessarily a bad thing. It felt like an quirky artistic choice. Check out her performance and let us know what you think  in the comments.

Watch| Rihanna Performs "Diamonds" On SNL 11/10/12

Photo Credit: Christopher Polk/Getty Images

Rihanna was on Saturday Night Live Saturday night and gave a visually interesting performance of her pop hit, Diamonds. The background while she was doing the song looked like a bad 90’s computer graphic. That’s not necessarily a bad thing. It felt like an quirky artistic choice. Check out her performance and let us know what you think  in the comments.

Meme: That’s That Sh*t He DO Like

I’m just gonna leave this little number here. When you’re done laughing read the rest, please.

Here at Brooklyn Brand we love memes. We also love hip-hop. What’s better than when the two are combined? It leads to comedic gold. Here we see Lil’ Reese and Chief Keef, two of Chicago’s newest spawns representers in their video “Traffic”, where you can catch the screenshot used for this clever piece of fine art at the 2:07 mark. I suppose that the meme is a play on how touchy-feely these guys and their crew can get whenever they’re around each other, regardless of how much they brag about their women, drugs, and guns. Compensation much? Anyways, take one last look at the glory that the internet gods have provided us with and go about your day laughing in your head. You’re welcome.
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Meme: That’s That Sh*t He DO Like

I’m just gonna leave this little number here. When you’re done laughing read the rest, please.

Here at Brooklyn Brand we love memes. We also love hip-hop. What’s better than when the two are combined? It leads to comedic gold. Here we see Lil’ Reese and Chief Keef, two of Chicago’s newest spawns representers in their video “Traffic”, where you can catch the screenshot used for this clever piece of fine art at the 2:07 mark. I suppose that the meme is a play on how touchy-feely these guys and their crew can get whenever they’re around each other, regardless of how much they brag about their women, drugs, and guns. Compensation much? Anyways, take one last look at the glory that the internet gods have provided us with and go about your day laughing in your head. You’re welcome.
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Photo: Someone’s Been Sleeping With the Milk Man

“You Got Some ‘Splainin’ To Do”

This is the second milk related post we’ve done in less than 24 hours, but how could we resists? This was spotted by Brooklyn singer/songwriter, Onome Om while at a local Goodwill store on 23rd street (hope that area is getting better post super storm Sandy relief).  Daddy shouldn’t be too mad. That young chocolate milk might grow up to be president… Anyways, let’s play a little caption game: Tell us in the comments what you think these two are saying to each other.

"Smoke dog, baby, remember that sh*t": Ice Cube confirms Last Friday

Rapper, actor, producer, and writer straight outta Compton, Ice Cube, has confirmed the making of the fourth and final movie of the “Friday” franchise. Last Friday is set to release during the holidays next year and he’s already “deep into [the script].” Chris Tucker is also on board to reprise his role as Smokey, the reefer-inhaling bandit who entered the hearts of many through the previous films, although it took much convincing from Ice as Tucker has now found God and, well, let’s just say Smokey ain’t the holiest guy around.
Hopefully this won’t affect how Chris approaches his role in any way, but of course, nothing is guaranteed until he steps foot on set. Cube is also working on an N.W.A. biopic and a new album. Acting, directing, writing, and music on top of it all, 2013 looks to be a productive year for O’Shea Jackson.