R.A. The Rugged Man was almost a client of Reggie Osse, but he opted otherwise and this motivated Combat Jack to leave the music business and become a weblogger.
Get ready for Combat…
This entry was posted on Tuesday, March 26th, 2013 at 5:50 am and is filed under 5 Elements, Beardgang, Combat Jack, Crappers, iNternets Celebrities, Nerditry, Ninjas, Social Upheaval, Talking Shit, white. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.
You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.
Great show! I’m a big R.A. Fan, you guys need to have a part two. I want to hear in more detail about when R.A. Went into a “dark place”.
T-Bag, speak to me, because I was going to say this is a real test of DP & CJ’s hosting abilities (which need not be proven again as BlueCheez, IC and Dontrevius Wenter all have very impressive bodies of work) because R.A. is deeply unlikable and largely uninteresting guy… Vinnie Paz & Stoupe saved what remnants of an imaginary career he had with “Uncommon Valor”– nearly EVERYTHING else the guy has dropped is fucking cornball, or worse, though he does have that one flow down… I don’t buy the “legend” bullshit at all and the excuses– possible addiction or mental illness included– don’t wash… Let alone the fraudulent Biggie quote some of his fans believe in still.
Not saying we can’t have different opinions but in terms of musical quality, the dude is not happening from “Crustified Dibbs” onwards.
DP, I have issues with a good bit of his work (gratuitous fag bashing and some other dumb content) but Vinnie Paz would be an interesting guest and is a good bit smarter than his persona sometimes allows.
Mail (will not be published) (required)
dallaspenn.com is proudly powered by WordPress Entries (RSS) and Comments (RSS).