Flavoured Volvic Water (Strawberry) Vs Ribena (Blackcurrant)
That’s right, the fight to get bought. I know this is a hard one; I’m sure this very question has split families, caused more black eyes than Tyson (in the good years) and had the holiest of priests f’in and blinding. Once again both hold a tight case; it’s like the OJ trial all over again.
Obviously the best in the Touch of Fruit range, unquestionably winning hands down to second place, Exotic Fruit, this lovely liquid has come a long way.
The original thirst zapping drink! This has soothed taste buds all over the world, without batting a drylid.
How would it start?
Picture the scene: The Greendale’s (only fake typical 2.4 family name I could think of) are doing their monthly shop (Somerfield – standard – you know about those deals). As well as the usual family shit they all pick up items just for them, Mr Greendale picks up his regulars: Extra meat, alcohol (to cope with Mrs Greendale’s tantrums) magazines and ice cream. Mrs Greendale picks up hers: Make-up, (alcohol to cope with Match of the Day), book about feelings and random product that if finished by Mr Greendale will cause him sleeping on the sofa – AGAIN. The 2.4 kids run and pick up their favourite drinks!!!
What would each bring to the battle?
Strawberry Volvic – The clear bottle/water often attracts when in any chiller/hand. It’s like a magical liquid, whose secrets you MUST find out.
Ribena – Even with the insane new packaging/logo, you know when you’ve been, erm… Bena’d!?!?!? (Sorry it sounded funny in my head).
Strawberry Volvic: The invisible cloak-like image!
Ribena: Lacking in the move department, but tastes great!
Who would win?
Ribena! After a stint in the shopping basket the Volv’ would hit room temperature and have you tasted that shite at room temp. It tastes like the sap from dude eggs!!!!!!!! (Huh!?!?!?)
The 2.4 kids would get neither product, and the parents slam them back onto the shelves in a vain attempt to ruthlessly pack more Super T into the trolley – Someone call the social!!!! Mr Greendale gets the sack and next month the Greendale’s are seen shopping in Lidl’s (Lord help them).
Wednesday, August 24, 2005
Flavoured Volvic Water (Strawberry) Vs Ribena (Blackcurrant)
Tuesday, August 23, 2005
How do you read yours?
This is a really good issue, Hattie ‘I rep green Dunlops on the d low’ Collins is at the helm and the issue can’t be touched.
It’s 1Xtra’s 3rd b day, RWD’s 4th and both are getting stronger every day. With Science doing our first Neighbourhood Watch (new big feature where we check out someone’s ends), About to Blow with Bear Man, Green Light with Dizzee Rascal, Young Guns playing Countdown which is hilarious, Enough Already – The Ghetto Golf Glove, 1Xtra Carnival Special, Paul Wall, NASTY, Ms Dynamite, DJ Hype, Paperchase, Mr Wong’s Last Word (Pure Jokes) and a WHOLE lot more.
It’s a REALLY big issue… Hats off to all staff members and a triple brapple gun fingers to Hattie.
How many guys can boast they have Rihanna’s number!!!
Well I can’t! I’m just saying innit. Anyway, seventeen schmeventeen I’d be on that like… [I’m gonna stop there, I have twenty compassions about thirty sexual innuendos and a very rude joke about fruit, but I’ll stop before it gets ex rated].
Anywho hold tight my left hand!
Sunday, August 21, 2005
I may just be getting good at this photography business, I think this is a cool pic. It’s all about shutter speed innit. Brapple.
Below are pics from the last week or so. You are about to see crazy toes, Mike Skinner, missing stereos, Sean Paul, cool photos, Mitchell Bros and some other crazy stuff which you may find funny/stupid/pointless (emphasis on the latter).
After parking my car in Brixton (The Streets gig) naturally I should have known this was going to happen! This is the third time…
Feelings: Very pissed it felt like someone had violated me [holds onto chest and weeps].
What did they get: The hoodlums made off with my speakers.
More thoughts: They were smart; they just stole my whole parcel shelf… Mother Fuckers!
Feelings: Again pissed
What did they get: Nothing was missing, but they did leave behind an umbrella?????????????
More thoughts: Mother Fuckers!
Feelings: Not too bothered really to tell you the truth. I know that sounds stuuupid, but sometime shit happens.
What did they get: (See picture to find out what they stole) you’d think I’d have an alarm by now – lmao!
More Thoughts: Mother F…
To the giro-collecting, arse-picking, water-dodging, anus-raiding, smeg-eating ‘people’ who have my shit, I’d like to say a few poetic words directly to you:
Thanks to Chantelle Fiddy and 679 for this one, after I got screwed last time trying to get free tickets to see The Streets (long story which involves a few people); I thought it was a case of the same ol’ until I got THAT CALL. Anyway I was hooked up and went to see Mike Skinner who I think is a G. He was probably drunk, high on Meth or some kitchen cleaner but he was heavy, entertaining to the death. Leo the Lion helped him on his was and the crowd lapped it up. Here is a clip of him doin’ some ‘yeah yeah’…
Big night! ‘yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah’
Taken from http://www.rwdmag.com
Last night (Monday August 16th) saw the Rex Cinema get the full dancehall treatment as Sean Paul blessed the lucky few with a sneak listen to his impending new album. The Dutty Rock star who introduced every track was in good spirits and even had time to teach listeners a new dance (handed down from the legendary very Mr Boogle himself), the Willy Bounce. Mr Paul showed us his moves and Willy Bounced all night. It was kinda like a lil’ foot shuffle and arm sway all in one motion. The right arm is placed in an L type position and is pivoted from left to right but make sure not to a exceed 10° movement and ensure you have it on lock before Carnival. Anyway, the third album from one of Jamaica’s biggest exports is called The Trinity and sees the collabo king go down a slightly different route. He told listeners he’s “giving the shine back to Jamaica” and sees him work with lesser known artists this time around like Wayne Marshall, Nina Sky, looga Man, Kid Kurup, Tami Chynn, Daddy Yankee and Tino Olabarria.
We can proudly be the ones to tell you to look out for big tracks like I’ll Take You There, Seasons and Change the Game featuring Looga Man and kid Kurup and the reggaeton niceness which is Oh Man feat, Daddy Yankee and Tino Olabarria. The latter was produced Jig Zag Sean-a-Paul’s bro who also attended the party.
The first single is scheduled for September 12th and will be the banger We Be Burnin out on Atlantic, with the album to follow September 26th. Watch this space as more details to follow…
Ok, went to Embassy the other night, it was quite poor, we did see Micky from Eastenders but that was about it. After paying £15 (yes I actually paid to get in somewhere) we all settled down and were greeted by a club full of chicks. So why was it quite poor you ask, cos they were the ‘does he have any money?’ kinda chicks. Sorry ladies but you know who you are!!!!!!! The highlight of the night was the length of this woman’s toes. I don’t know what it was but we all found these hilarious, it looks like she can pick locks with them.
Saturday, August 13, 2005
The Gal dem, from the Rinse party.
Online review taken from http://www.rwdmag.com
After the RWD team moved from party to party, our Thursday night only got live when we passed through Commercial Street's Public Life doors. It really was a bumpy (extra marital) affair, not only where Rinse residents in attendance but others came to bless.
Roll Deep’s Target well and truly got the ball rolling, as he dropped some fresh off the press tracks from DaVinChe, Danny Weed and that infectious Wiley Kat remix of When I’m Ere, which left the RWD team wanting more. It was a good thing Sketpa stepped up to bat letting of pure shots and hitting the crowd for six (that Nigerian cricket team should be calling him up any day now). The likes of Riko ‘Call Out Mi Name’ Dan, Faction G, and President murked, but once again it was Skeppy who proved why he should be passed the mic. The DJ that stole the show was definitely Geeneus who dropped dub after dub leaving party goers, and industry celeb types such as Wiley, Chantelle Fiddy, DaVinChe, Martin Clark and others who shall remain nameless (they know who you are) grateful to even be in the same room. Public Life was rocked with the RWD crew bussin’ many-a-move. Essentials rounded off the show with Bossman, N.E., Jendor, Remerdee playing out to the dwindling masses.
Once again a good night was had by all.
From Live last Monday,
Online Review taken from http://www.RWDmag.com
Every fortnight the decks get unplugged and Suga Suga comes alive with G-strings (from guitars) and live band business.
After several acts on the bill entertained and warmed the crowd including Goodness from the rising force that are the Renegade Boys. Artists braved the small venue and were face to face with their appreciative crowd. Just before the main features music lovers were treated to some beat-boxing madness from LainHart, RWD especially loved the Always Coca-cola number where he did the beat, the chorus and the lyrics ALL AT ONCE! Leaving the crowd smiling, clapping and singing the rest of the advert (with a few girls in the audience closing their eyes trying to picture Tyrese).
L Man (pictured) and Narstie then graced the stage (well area at the front) and dropped an acoustic version of Let Me Tell You About… the track which landed them music channel fame. Then both went on to entertain the spectators with bars the Milkybar Kid would be proud of. L Man stole the show and again proved why labels are sniffing around him and other unsigned talent.
Last but definitely not least the big haired big talented Nate James kicked back with his guitarist and really set the tone. After the crowd forced him to perform his first hit, funnily enough entitled Set the Tone, he dropped some mellow B-side business and impressed with another soulful number off of the album. Despite not blessing us with Universal Mr James excelled, proving why all should GO OUT AND BUY HIS ALBUM which was released on Monday.
We must say the host for this week, Twin B from 1Xtra, smashed it and his comical quips put a smile on many a face.
Also RWD gives a standing written ovation to Cassel the resident drummer who excelled when laying down beats for artists to utilise.
A good night was had by all
Sunday, August 07, 2005
Saturday, August 06, 2005
Ok the shoot was big, and may have a little cameo (you know how I roll). Nasty Jack passed through the office on Friday and I just remembered this pickle.
PS - This was sent from my phone.
Friday, August 05, 2005
Just spoke to Eddie Griffin he said to say hello innit, so I'm just passing on a message, "Just be on the look out for me, there is a lot coming. Keep your head up and keep it pushing, cos tomorrow is a brighter day."
What an Undercover brother!
Wednesday, August 03, 2005
You know when you get a new gadget and you just use it randomly, today on my way to work (RWD Magazine) I thought, let me take pictures of ALL the hundreds of police on road. Then after compiling about 10 images I went into the station. I saw a group of them huddled by the escalators. I asked one of the 5 if I could take a picture and he said yes??? But the rest rightly said no. I’m thinking if there is a CONSTANT terrorist alert why the FUDGE is he letting me take a photo. As I snapped away I caught this image – BRILLIANT!!!