OverDoz. grabs Pharrell for “Last Kiss,” which will be featured on their upcoming album, 2008.
The record is extremely polish, featuring Skateboard P’s vocals and signature sound, filled with bounce and funk. Over crisp drums, the California collective thrives, rhyming about love that never came to fruition. Kent Jamz starts the song off rapping, “Said she never had a daddy, I ain’t used to being patience/Got a lot of spite but that pussy tight, imma wait” and also takes over the hook. Sleezy and Joon take the last two verses and end the song off nicely.
“Last Kiss” is the first single off of 2008. Previously OverDoz. released ”Rich White Friends” and the A$AP Ferg-assisted “F*ck Yo DJ.” Fans can purchase the song on iTunes here. The LP will include production from Hit-Boy, THC, DJ Dahi, Clams Casino and more.
You can bump the record above. If you need anymore information on who’s OverDoz. then read our interview with them after they released their last mixtape,BOOM, in 2013
In today’s fourth OS X 10.10.4 beta, Apple made a significant behind-the-scenes change that could result in improved networking performance for some users — the removal of the “discoveryd” process. As noted by MacRumors forum members and 9to5Mac, in OS X 10.10.4 beta 4, the discoveryd process has been replaced by mDNSresponder.
Since OS X Yosemite debuted in October, there have been ongoing complaints about discoveryd consuming CPU resources, draining battery life, and causing issues with Wi-Fi. These problems have lingered for several months, even after multiple bug fixes and performance improvements included in OS X 10.10.1, 10.10.2, and 10.10.3.
Discoveryd was introduced with OS X Yosemite, replacing mDNSResponder for managing Mac networking tasks, but it’s led to a host of problems like those listed above along with issues like slow wake from sleep, failures to resolve DNS names, duplicate machine names, and more, as detailed in a post earlier this year by Ars Technica. Several developers have also complained about discoveryd in Yosemite, including Instapaper’s Marco Arment and Iconfactory’s Craig Hockenberry.
It’s no secret in the tech community that discoveryd is the root cause of so many problems. There are even crazy workarounds. With so many issues, you’d expect some information from Apple explaining ways to mitigate the problems.
The removal of the unstable discoveryd process in OS X 10.10.4 beta 4 may improve network stability problems for many users who have been experiencing continual issues. With the removal of discoveryd, Apple has reverted back to using the earlier mDNSresponder process that was used before discoveryd was implemented with OS X Yosemite.
When Fox 5’s on-air talent, Duke Castiglione and Mike Woods sought out some training tips from New York Giants punter Steve Weatherford, they quickly discovered the buffed baller is all business in the gym. In the video below, Weathorford puts the Fox duo through a brutal shoulder workout that was much tougher than they expected.
This isn’t the first time the Fox Good Day NY guys were put to the test. Recently, M&F training director Sean Hyson shared a few training tips with the cast members; demonstrating some simple moves that can be done virtually anywhere for a quick, no-frills workout to burn up the calories and build lean muscle.
I recent years, the Bay Area has been mined for innovative sounds more than it has been seen as a breeding ground for rap stars. But Oakland and San Francisco’s vibrant rap scenes–not to mention Berkeley–have provided more than their fair share of forward thinking rap stars. Just ask Mistah F.A.B. The North Oakland legend and hyphy pioneer has just dropped his latest mixtape, STFK. Proclaiming he’s Still the Fucking King, Fab turns in a 26-track effort designed to rattle the speakers at house parties all summer (and, presumably, in the car as you ghostride to and from the soiree).
Mistah F.A.B. first rose to prominence as a battle rapper; in 2003 he released his first studio album, Nig-Latin. The following year, he signed to Mac Dre’s Thizz Entertainment, earning widespread recognition with his sophomore effort, Son of a Pimp. His most recent official LP was 2012′s Da Yellow Bus Rydah. He grabbed headlines last year for his involvement in an altercation with DJ Mustard’s crew, allegedly over F.A.B. and other Bay rappers’ belief that the Los Angeles producer was stealing styles without properly crediting the originators. More recently, he gave XXL a tour of Oakland.
By Arshad Mohammed WASHINGTON (Reuters) – An Iran nuclear deal is not likely by June 30 because technical details will remain to defined and Iran will not get sanctions relief before the end of the year in the best of cases, western ambassadors said on Tuesday. Six major powers are seeking to negotiate an agreement under which Iran would limit its nuclear program in exchange for the easing of economic sanctions that have crippled its economy. "It’s very likely that we won’t have an agreement before the end of June or even (right) after," French ambassador Gerard Araud said in an appearance at the Atlantic Council think tank.