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This is the home of some of underground music's most innovative artists and influences. Any album that features or is produced by a member of Crowned Eagle Entertainment is taken to a higher level. Any live performance featuring anyone from Crowned Eagle Entertainment is taken to a higher level. It is my goal to see 
talent the majors don't see and to display what the political asylum that is called main stream music withholds from a public that deserves to hear it. I, myself, have outlasted and out-performed many artists that were said to be much better than me as critics who are destined to be chained to the lake of fire for not taking a professional unbiased approach when critiquing the results of my hard work then quietly limp away in morbid deadly frustration. 
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Sunday, August 8, 2010

Killa-Killa Outpost Release Party

Giving thanks: I would just like once again to thank all of you who came to Otto's Shrunken Head to check out my release party for my fourth and already most successful album thus far in sales and support. I want to thank Black Death, Box Of Crayons and the On Fires for doing their thing. Can't forget D.J. Spaz for backing me up on the GemSound. I want to personally thank my really good friend M-TRI for meeting up with me later on and giving support. Muchos Gracias to the staff at Otto's Shrunken Head. Always a pleasure to kick tha realness and hardcore insustrial rap at your fine establishment. Finally a shout to Scarlett Venom for understanding and supporting where my destiny lies. Making rap music and not sucking at it. :)
Peace to all, God bless and I will be returning to Otto's two more times in the month of August. You will also find me in August at Three Jolly Pigeons with Box of Crayons and Steve White and at the Gjoa Club festival which will be another who's who of the greatest scene in the world. Bands like The Bloody Muffs, Belt, Black Death, Box Of Crayons, John Sharples Band and a whole lot more all on the same slab of land! Immagine that! I promise to keep my fans posted! ;)
Talk to you all soon. Word.

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Friday, August 6, 2010

So who's psyched about this album release party tonight? Anybody wanna talk about it? Comment below! Like whoa!
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Sunday, August 1, 2010

A night of I don't know what! So I couldn't make it to the Lords Of Acid concert at the Gramercy Theater but I made sure MY Scarlett went so happilly, she went in one of her PVC outfits and flaming Demonia boots which I love. She meets me at 6th and Spring and we head over to this thing going on at the Delancey with DJ Templar hosting. OK so far so good. I'm already in my black shirt, red tie and a hat that I recently changed the hat band on to something more permanent (the red and black M.C. Too Tall bandana just wasn't cutting it as a hat band anymore. I'm just not nostalgic about 2009 for some reason). Anyway some drunk blocks our path on Spring St so I had to redirect him so that my precious innocent Scarlett could pass. Then we're walking up Bowery which is a strip I usually like walking on at night. We cross the street because she doesn't like crowds blocking the sidewalk. We're accross the street from the Bowery Poetry Club when these three guys walk up, they see me with my arm around my Scarlett and one of them takes off his shirt and says to her with my arm still around her "Hi, Baby" and before he could finish, I cut in with a Bensonhurst style "How ya doin'" and this shirtless geek had the gall to go "Not you! I'm talking to her!" like he's gonna walk off with her and leave me standing there like a doof. NO! HE'S the doof! He's the no-ass gettin' d'khead that will never get any unless he waits for it under the Coney Island boardwalk with a ten dollar bill ($10 Bill is also the title to a song on my upcoming album - Release party is Fri 8/6/10 at Otto's). I told him "Don't use pickup lines on my girl, 'BABY'!" Yeah he kept yelling incoherent thug life talk but for some reason kept it moving. I obviously give the presence of someone whose wrath one would not want to face. We get to the place and Scarlett was telling me of all the parties under the name "Bite" that she went to that were held there. The party we were there to see was downstairs but there were 3 floors. She wanted to show me the third floor but there's a $10 cover charge. Oh well. I guess we don't see the yuppie lounge upstairs so back through the crowd of college kids to the party we went there to see and Templar spun a gem of a set. Too bad he's gonna be in Germany and is gonna miss my release party (but YOU don't have to. Otto's is located at 538 E14th St in Manhattan). We leave and we see our peeps DJ Spaz and DJ Paradox, say our hellos and go into a crowded McDonald's on Delancey and Essex. That was our cue to go to Odessa for the Chef's Combination. Great stuff. I'm still full from it. OK You figure NOW everything would be cool. Half the legnth of the restaurant away there's this table with a middle aged man who ought to be home in bed and who I assume is his girlfriend. The guy keeps glancing at me as if I'm eaves dropping on his conversation, yet he obviously was eaves dropping on ours instead. He gets up just to say to us "We were talking about Crash Mansion and how much it sucks and how much I hate hip hop music!!!" Mind you, I didn't know this f'kin' flake from a hole in the wall! I don't dress or act like I'm begging for trouble. Neither does my innocent Scarlett but somehow, this cast of characters seem to find their way into a bit part in the stories of our lives. That's just wrong.
But hey, Scarlett was happy so things are okay. :D
8:08 am edt 


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