Video: Gangrene – Walk Hard + Odditorium EP

Alchemist and Oh No return with the follow up to Vodka & Ayahuaska. That Johnny Cash sample is ridiculously hard and this is a cool video to watch if you’ve been, uh, partaking in today’s festivities.

Grab the 4 track EP here or here.

Previously: Gangrene (Alchemist & Oh No) ft. Evidence & Roc C – Dark Shades


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28 Responses to “Video: Gangrene – Walk Hard + Odditorium EP”

  1. Ayo Says:

    Smoking on a gang of green Everyday 4-20 Call me puff daddy

  2. Bricktop Says:

    Also a poor understanding of human psychology. Its not detachment, your just emotional stunted.
    ^
    Never claimed to be a psychologist, but I think you’re getting more into semantics.
    Either way, I be emotionally stunting on these hoes.
    Were the weed at?
    Nas > Jay

  3. cashmere cavalli aka snowbunny sampson Says:

    Birdman is a legend

  4. jderrida Says:

    Never claimed to be a psychologist, but I think you’re getting more into semantics.

    ^^^

    Yeah.

    I’m just kufi rambling.

  5. Casket Face Says:

    magneto = what every black male should strive to be like

    proffessor x = house nigga

    …these words are from the mouth of stan lee, he said malcolm x was the character basis for magneto.

    …crackers respect power, but respect a natural thirst for it even more. that’s why 2 pac was so loved. that nigga spoke out against the flawed infrastructure but truthfully just wanted a taste of money and wealth.

    they didn’t love

  6. tHe kID fRanKiE Says:

    birdman: “look playboi we gotta get deep in this ocean and smash on em’ before the people come. billionaire status ya heard me?”

    pac: “fuck you talki….?”

    birdman: “we da numba one stunnas ya heard ymcmb, maybachs in every color ya heard? them birds gotta like toast ya understand me”

    ^i.just.died!!!!! Wow hahahahaha

    Cosin BG-Don’t talk to me

  7. Casket Face Says:

    magneto = what every black male should strive to be like

    proffessor x = house nigga

    …these words are from the mouth of stan lee, he said malcolm x was the character basis for magneto.

    …crackers respect power, but respect a natural thirst for it even more. that’s why 2 pac was so loved. that nigga spoke out against the flawed infrastructure but truthfully just wanted a taste of money and wealth.

    they didn’t love his lyrics they loved the mirror he held up to the whiteman’s path of destruction left by a thirst for power.

  8. Bricktop Says:

    FTR: emotional detachment or stunting probably shouldn’t be maintained for extended periods of time, but instead be utilized every once in awhile to gain a clear perspective on the world that immediately surrounds you.

    Just my opinion though.
    Do what thou…

  9. Bricktop Says:

    Yeah.

    I’m just kufi rambling.
    ^
    Lol.
    One.

  10. Big_seth Says:

    Stan lee called prof x a nigga???

  11. Casket Face Says:

    that video ill as fuck

  12. jderrida Says:

    Stan lee called prof x a nigga???

    ^^^

    Co ?

  13. Kush Kennedy Says:

    My side-piece’s mom>>>>>

    *rolls 1st blunt of the day*

  14. Casket Face Says:

    Big_seth Says:
    April 20th, 2012 at 4:11 pm

    Stan lee called prof x a nigga???

    ^^^

    nah of course not but stan lee said he portrayed professor x embody martin luther king’s persona and it’s documented malcolm x called that nigga a house nigga.

  15. Ayo Says:

    these niggas worried about if Stan Lee said nigga smh

    Peep the language

  16. jderrida Says:

    Stan Lee says that shit to sell comics.

    Early X-men was a loose [backpage vagina loose, (II)] interpretation of the civil rights movement.

    The oppressed minority narrative was something that marvel publishers bring up now as a talking point.

  17. Big_seth Says:

    Casket Face
    0 mins ago
    Big_seth Says:
    April 20th, 2012 at 4:11 pm

    Stan lee called prof x a nigga???

    ^^^

    nah of course not but stan lee said he portrayed professor x embody martin luther king’s persona and it’s documented malcolm x called that nigga a house nigga.

    ^^

    Stan Lee did swag jack our struggle tho. Lol.

    Magneto was always an interesting character because he was like the first villain who wasnt really a villain. But Fuck Stan lee for making a villain after Malcolm. Lol

  18. Harlem World Says:

    cosign having a political wing & a m1l1tant wing

  19. Big_seth Says:

    Jderrida
    1 min ago
    Stan Lee says that shit to sell comics.

    Early X-men was a loose [backpage vagina loose, (II)] interpretation of the civil rights movement.

    The oppressed minority narrative was something that marvel publishers bring up now as a talking point.

    ^^

    This.

    And it was a joke ayo

  20. Casket Face Says:

    “I don’t even call it violence when it’s in self-defense; I call it intelligence”
    Malcolm X

    “Be peaceful, be courteous, obey the law, respect everyone; but if someone puts his hand on you, send him to the cemetery”
    Malcolm X

  21. Harlem World Says:

    Ayo Says:
    April 20th, 2012 at 4:14 pm

    these niggas worried about if Stan Lee said nigga smh

    Peep the language

    ============
    ruh roh

  22. Big_seth Says:

    Cuz casket said “straight from his mouth

    Like those were his actual words

    It was funny

  23. Son of Ether Says:

    4:20 on 4/20..im ghost

  24. Big_seth Says:

    Son Of Ether
    0 mins ago
    4:20 on 4/20..im ghost
    ^^

    RIP this old nigga.

    I would say its too soone but he was like 128 yrs

    We knew he would croak one day

  25. jderrida Says:

    *Nerd its up*

    Doesn’t make any sense. Stan lee was on that sauce when he said that.

    Magneto was a Holocuast survivor who used the death of million as an excuse to murder and cause terrorism. Out of respect for Malcolm X, something Stan lee probably has none of, I wouldn’t compare his legacy to Magneto. X wasn’t going to passively come to the table and diplomatically discuss race issues. He was a realist and a man who knew first hand how america systematically targeted blacks. But also later in life he would be less of a hardliner on race relations. Nothing from that could one base Magneto as a character off of.

    The Dr. Xavier House nigga comment is a racist joke. Smart niggas who work within the system are seen as less heroic to their more aggressive counterparts. That is what Lee is saying when he implies that Xavier was a house nigga. Which the elitest would want you to believe. They’ll do anything to keep young niggas from being smart, brillant and sophisticated.

  26. Casket Face Says:

    “fuk i’ma dew wit all deez wreebachs i’ll neva wear, deez shews iz UG-lee”

    – (c) (speech impediment) rick ross

  27. Casket Face Says:

    jderrida Says:
    April 20th, 2012 at 4:23 pm
    *Nerd its up*

    Doesn’t make any sense. Stan lee was on that sauce when he said that.

    Magneto was a Holocuast survivor who used the death of million as an excuse to murder and cause terrorism. Out of respect for Malcolm X, something Stan lee probably has none of, I wouldn’t compare his legacy to Magneto. X wasn’t going to passively come to the table and diplomatically discuss race issues. He was a realist and a man who knew first hand how america systematically targeted blacks. But also later in life he would be less of a hardliner on race relations. Nothing from that could one base Magneto as a character off of.

    The Dr. Xavier House nigga comment is a racist joke. Smart niggas who work within the system are seen as less heroic to their more aggressive counterparts. That is what Lee is saying when he implies that Xavier was a house nigga. Which the elitest would want you to believe. They’ll do anything to keep young niggas from being smart, brillant and sophisticated.

    ^^^^

    THIS

    …but magneto about that life, he be bendin’ that steel (nhjic)

  28. jderrida Says:

    If Stan Lee gave a fuck about black people why were none of the original x men black?

    Its Deeper Than Rap,

    Storm was created out of necessity.

    You can’t have a story about the nigga’s struggle and have no niggas in it.

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