Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Deviency Defined Downward Once Again....

   Guns, drugs, teens, skank, and lust for quick cash. All that and more is evident in the locally produced hip hop video posted on the Times site today.
    The four minute video called "Coco Cookin in the Kitchen" is on YouTube. The video features the prime suspect in last weeks stabbing death on Winslow Street.
    More than that, it also underscores the dichotomy that exists in the two North Countries that pass in the night. There's the establishment, law and order, war on drugs, people of virtue, vision and accomplishment.  Then there are those who don't adhere to the same sense of right or wrong and seem headed no damn where. They make news only when something goes terribly wrong.
     Its social service and law enforcement who make their living at the intersection of the two factions.
    
   

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

I was disappointed when the video maker said "they were just doing what young people do". BS. Most young people don't worship at the alter of ho's, hatred of women, violence, drugs, and profanity. At least I hope that's not true. But that is commonplace in certain communities. We just can't talk about it.

Anonymous said...

What is not being talked about is how god-awful-terrible the song and singer is. Its like a joke that Tosh.O would do a redemption for. Crazy Ray said it was kind of catchy so that should tell you something.
I kid you no, if you asked a group of third graders to write a rap song, it would be 10x's better.

Anonymous said...

I can't believe that someone actually paid good money to have that produced.

That one black guy with the opened button-up shirt needs a bra, brah'. The spot where the bespectacled Beiber wannabe wigger bragging about his muscles while displaying those spaghetti-string arms. Can we get an ID on those losers, so all do dilligence can be made to stop reproducion in their respective murky gene pools?

Sorry, 9:09, there is no Web Redemption for that steaming pile of crap.

Anonymous said...

That's why no one listens to anything that comes out of Crazy Ray's mouth.

Anonymous said...

Yes, that guy does need a bra. They're really going to like him in prison. I turned the video off after 2 minutes. It's garbage made by scumbags.

Ray said...

10.26 you heard me, or you wouldn't know about it. But dude who cares? It is a catchy tune. I didn't in anyway like it. I know who one of the kids is. Sure the video is junk. I enjoy Dub-step. :)

Anonymous said...

Gun-nut needs a new bitch. Blows off on Ray. Why? You didn't find the S.G. call a problem? Talk about what's wrong with our City. Man with no job, plenty of time to dish everyone else. Is that the new system?

Anonymous said...

I wouldn't give you fiddy cent for that video.

Anonymous said...

What a mess. Obo is right. Gun control. See my previous post about who the problem is in regards to gun control. Inner city factions (thugs, gangs) and crazy radicals. America does not have a gun problem. Two whacked out extremist groups do. When I see that video I sigh. Those ingrates have no reason to be in society. I say an eye for eye. Maybe that will curtail this part of the gun problem. So in closing, the gun issue is a RACE issue. No other way to say it. And, let's not bring up the rare instance where an unstable whacknut white guy goes off. Once in a blue moon. This other stuff is happening daily.

Anonymous said...

No, wasn't me, 2:22. I've always liked Ray. But we all hope this post of yours fulfilled your needs.


Merry Christmas to all.

Anonymous said...

Ray, the song is not catchy. It is about as catchy as the sound my tires make when I am driving slowly on one of those old concrete roads. How simple is your sense of rhythm and music if you think that song is catchy?

Anonymous said...

Did he just say Dub-step? Good lord.

Anonymous said...

Dub step.Jesus,the guy is about as sharp as an apple.

Danny M. Francis (Eyepublius) said...

So, why, FYI, do you and Glenn Curry keep the focus on that video, it's contents and supposed message? You both sound like T-rump's from Watertown.