Shortly after hitting the publish button, I saw the title--"A Hunger for Reconciliation"--and thought, "Of course! Take-out food! Dang, that would have been quite punny. Oh, well I'll use it another time."
That other time is here, friends, and it's a doozy. Get some cash out your wallet, shuffle to the door, and pay up. 'Cause today's offering on your doorstep is from Chang's Pizza and Tacos, and it is delicious. Some of my favorite meals, from Hip Hop dished up with a Public Radio sauce to a crunchy snack of hilarious observations about white people, spiced with solid rhymes.
TJ Reynolds' newest album remixes classic NPR jingles with sick beats:
More about the multi-ethnic, stereotype-breaking artist:
One of his other albums, which features a Les Miz mashup:
Flight of the Conchords--they're the mother flipping' Rhymenoceros and Hiphopopotamus:
Two of my favorite android/sci-fi obsessed/political activists--Janelle Monae and JJ DOOM (Jneiro Jarel/MF DOOM)--
Classic Janelle Monae, which I first heard on an episode of Stargate Universe (because I'm that nerdy and she's that awesome):
Janeiro Jarel's solo electronica android love song:
JJ DOOM's Keys to the Kuffs, including thoughts on GMOs and hand washing (I'm not even joking):
Weird Al's cover of Ridin' (Dirty), which even Chamillionaire loved: