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Video: DJ Babu Takes a Break

This is a montage of a series of pictures of Babu breaking down his trees and smoking with Evidence while out on tour in New Zealand.

DJ Babu’s The Beat Tape Vol. 2 drops February 23rd on Nature Sounds.


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15 Responses to “Video: DJ Babu Takes a Break”

  1. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    WHERE THEY DO THAT AT?

  2. cOLD Says:

    the nigga Rick Fox is kinda handsome tho, no homo and all that.

  3. LondonBloke: Internahtional Man of Mystery Says:

    More than 24 million Chinese men of marriageable age in a decade may never find a bride because births of boys so far outnumber those of girls.

  4. COCCA88CRAZY88SINCE88 Says:

    ___________________________________________no.

  5. Beezy Says:

    icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    January 11th, 2010 at 12:21 pm
    WHERE THEY DO THAT AT?

    ^New Zealand

  6. Beezy Says:

    cOLD Says:

    January 11th, 2010 at 12:22 pm
    the nigga Rick Fox is kinda handsome tho, no homo and all that.

    ^Fux is obsessed

  7. cOLD Says:

    damn London that means one of two things, either the chick over there are real slutty, enough to supply the demand for puss, or niggas are gonna turn gay.

  8. COCCA88CRAZY88SINCE88 Says:

    LondonBloke: Internahtional Man of Mystery Says:
    January 11th, 2010 at 12:23 pm
    More than 24 million Chinese men of marriageable age in a decade may never find a bride because births of boys so far outnumber those of girls.

    ^^^
    they better get on that Monk shit & go meditate in a cave.

  9. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    I heard on CNN recently, that parents in China are paying top dollar, when their bachelor sons die, to buy a “wife” to bury next to them…it’s basically graverobbing…one dude went as far as to kill chicks and sell the bodies to grieving parents of recently deceased sons…weird…

  10. Beezy Says:

    icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    one dude went as far as to kill chicks and sell the bodies to grieving parents of recently deceased sons…weird…

    ^thats some entrepreneurship they can’t teach in MBA classes

  11. Troyvul Says:

    More than 24 million Chinese men of marriageable age in a decade may never find a bride because births of boys so far outnumber those of girls.
    ^
    Survival of the straightest

  12. COCCA88CRAZY88SINCE88 Says:

    icon (trillbert arenas) Says:
    January 11th, 2010 at 12:26 pm
    I heard on CNN recently, that parents in China are paying top dollar, when their bachelor sons die, to buy a “wife” to bury next to them…it’s basically graverobbing…one dude went as far as to kill chicks and sell the bodies to grieving parents of recently deceased sons…weird…

    ^^^
    “i dont know karate but i split the bricks”

  13. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    a story about it, in the NY Times:

    Ruth Fremson/The New York Times

    In villages like Chenjiayuan, Confucian family values are strong. For many Chinese, an ancestor is someone to honor, but also someone whose needs must be maintained. Families burn offerings of fake money or paper models of luxury cars in case an ancestor might need pocket change or a stylish ride in the netherworld.

    Qin Yuxing, 80, with his grandson, Qin Tianxiang, 7. Mr. Qin bought a wife for his younger son for $500, but after she gave birth she ran away.
    But here in the parched canyons along the Yellow River known as the Loess Plateau, some parents with dead bachelor sons will go a step further. To ensure a son’s contentment in the afterlife, some grieving parents will search for a dead woman to be his bride and, once a corpse is obtained, bury the pair together as a married couple.

    “They happen pretty often, especially when teenagers or younger people die,” said Yang Husheng, 48, a traveling funeral director in the region who said he last attended such a funeral in the spring. “It’s quite common. I’ve been in the business for seven or eight years, and I’ve seen all sorts of things.”

    The rural folk custom, startling to Western sensibilities, is known as minghun, or afterlife marriage. Scholars who have studied it say it is rooted in the Chinese form of ancestor worship, which holds that people continue to exist after death and that the living are obligated to tend to their wants — or risk the consequences. Traditional Chinese beliefs also hold that an unmarried life is incomplete, which is why some parents worry that an unmarried dead son may be an unhappy one.

    nytimes.com/2006/10/05/world/asia/05china.html?ei=5089&en=48369b04374b27ad&ex=1317700800&partner=rssyahoo&emc=rss&pagewanted=all

  14. Shooter Mcgavin Says:

    More than 24 million Chinese men of marriageable age in a decade may never find a bride because births of boys so far outnumber those of girls.
    ^^^

    lol it would be hard enough trying to get females when you look Chinese, let alone when theres a shortage

  15. StandOut FT Says:

    They do dope shows to.

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