Monday, February 16, 2015
ElevAtioN: The Super Sonic St Paddy's Edition
8:22 pm est
Yo, son! I'm all hyped about March 15th, yo!
We got Box Of Crayons performing for our ElevAtioN event at Lucky 13
Saloon. They are a big deal and you'd be a fool to miss them. They've been making music and doing shows for over 10 years
and have many albums out there. They pack the house at Connolly's in Manhattan every year on St Paddy's Day and you could
see them for free two days earlier. Your neighbors and friends will be so jealous of you, unless you bring them along, of
course. The more the merrier.
Spinning as guest DJ between sets is none
other than Alex Von Nihil, former resident of Velocity and current resident of the Rock 'n' Roll Girly Show.
This band, this DJ, this whole show is a big deal that only a fool would
miss because it is absolutely free! Waste no time! RSVP
See you there!
You Got A Rep to Protect
7:20 pm est
I guess it's about time for another blog.
On this one, I will cover the subject of reputation. I often converse
with all who are part of the nest and I say onto them "You got a rep to protect". My blog doesn't ruin reputations.
People ruin their own reputations. I'd come on here and talk about stupid things stupid people do and get a stupid voicemail
from someone stupid telling me to take something down, which I have in the past only because the person's name was mentioned
specifically (I have to teach myself to stop doing that) but on the flip side, there are instances when I discuss with you,
my listeners and readers, the error of people's ways and still would get texts and voicemails with someone on the other end
barking orders at me to get off the subject. Why? Does the shoe fit or something? If I'm so unimportant, why should certain
people care what I type on here? If I type something and it magically is perceived as something that applies to you am I ruining
your rep or are you ruining your rep? I changed my number, by the way. I couldn't take the stupid voicemails and texts from
stupid people. I made sure the rest of the nest has my number though. I've got to stay in contact with my other Crowned Eagle
people. You never know when I have to turn this operation into something violent and criminal and have to make some calls
to assign my people to carry out my manifesto of madness... But we have a rep to protect so if it happens, you won't even
know it's us.
All kidding aside, persona, how you're
perceived and how you want to be perceived play a big role in the entertainment world but also in life itself. In life, I
don't do anything that M.C. Too Tall, the stage persona wouldn't do but there are things I wouldn't do in the streets that
I may feel is absolutely necessary to do on stage. With performer and fans feeding off each other, these things happen. At
the same time, it is necessary to go into character when confronted off stage. Sort of like you pump your ego, I'll pump mine.
Balance is necessary though. It shows you're not a nut job that belongs in a straight jacket.
Some have supported me in the past and are now very much against me. I think it's because my amped up persona
doesn't match up with their perception of me as some quirky nerdy guy who would probably be ineffective defending himself
against a punch in the face. Could be other reasons. Who knows? However, my people, those are not people I want as a support
team anyway. Those who make it a point to attempt to tarnish my reputation are posers who have no real appreciation for the
culture they claim to embrace. They're just looking for a platform to stand on with their fashion and be worshiped. I don't
worship other people. At the end of the day, they're just people. So if these people don't want to throw me any fanfare, best
believe they won't get any from me or my people unless there's a purpose behind it.
Lies could potentially ruin someone unless they're debunked right away. There have been rumors about me from,
indecent exposure to desecration to infidelity and none have caused any adverse effects on me or my brands because first,
they're simply not true and secondly, my rep is solid and intact. If I was out there on a regular basis doing what these people
say I'm doing while making enemies in the process, I'd be done.
I think it comes with consistency. You must stay consistent. I'm known a fierce aggressive performer on stage
who loves his fans and trashes anyone who suggests or outright says that all my hard work is subpar or lackluster. I take
that as an insult not only to my work but to my fans' taste and that of the people who are down with me who helped boost me
and help me keep this going. Dropping the ball and not being consistent with that could damage reputation of M.C. Too Tall.
You could reinvent yourself but once you've reinvented yourself, you can't let anyone or anything, including your own actions
or inactions, tear down your persona. You want to be able to walk the streets without ridicule for an existence that is morally
wrong. Not popular is one thing but being the guy known for unacceptable behavior even among those deemed as social misfits
is wrong. You got a rep to protect. Draw your own lines and don't cross them. Your rep depends on it... and for God's sake,
don't be a poser!
This is M.C. Too Tall.
Thursday, February 5, 2015
My Phone and How Things Work in the Neighborhood
5:54 pm est
I will not call or text certain
people. I only do that with people I'm friends with, people I'm doing business with and people I'm generally on good terms
with. To those of you reading this that may not understand, allow me to clarify. My phone is not an outlet for you to yell
at me and try to berate me through my voicemail about things on your end that have nothing to do with me or things on my end
that you have no say over. You are not the big shot of the neighborhood. I am. I'm the one who wheels and deals, I'm the one
with the connects and you are not. This is my world, my neighborhood, I do for my friends 'cause they're my friends and I
do have a lot of friends but make no mistake, I am an underling to no one. Nobody scares me into doing things their way. I
go where I want however I want to get there. Don't tell me places I know are safe aren't safe because of who might be there.
I'm at a level where these small fries can't shut me down. I'm a big shot! Oh!
Monday, January 26, 2015
Operating on a Small Budget and Recruiting the Next Generation
8:11 am est
I don't deal with big production. I don't think I even spent a collective of $2500 since 2006 between the gathering
of the equipment to the recording and reproducing of the CDs to DIY merch to having merch professionally made to booking shows
to advertising. $2500 is not a lot over a span of 9 years.
My budget set aside for M.C. Too Tall,
Crowned Eagle, ElevAtioN and now P.H.O. related stuff is small. Some say it is way too big because "Where has it gotten
you?" It's gotten me exposure (several spots on Rew&WhO which is a true achievement, my appearance at 3 of 4 Vladapalooza
events, interviews on Hardfire and Vampyre Lounge just to name a few). I've made CD and march sales when I had supplies. It
brought bands the people wanted.
Now I feel I've done enough to slow down and scale back. I've been moving in this direction
Scaling back while remaining relevant is in itself an art form. Being able to put your ego aside
and not always be in the forefront allows new talent to come up through whatever promotion you're running. That being said,
I sought out a person to front my venture into party events and my promotion overall, for example, discovered someone who
was new but was creating a buzz and building a following and pitched my idea to them while building and maintaining a rapport.
Maintaining a rapport does not mean putting my seal of approval on any and every last one of their actions but I can't order
them what to do and what not to do on their own time. We're all individuals who don't necessarily have to agree on everything
but if there's that one common ground to bring about good quality events and keep the promotion behind those events on the
map and they do exactly what they're assigned to do, I see no reason to cut them off. In fact, it is protocol to defend anyone
who is part of Crowned Eagle Entertainment who has shown nothing but consistent reliability and loyalty to Crowned Eagle Entertainment.
a story. Dennis Rodman was one of the NBA's best rebounders ever. As of today, he is 22nd all time. He was also known for
his bizarre off-court antics and the constant changing of his hair color. When the Chicago Bulls acquired him from the San
Antonio Spurs, the press rushed to get Michael Jordan's opinion on the acquisition of this outrageous persona that was about
to share the court with him and he said "The man can play ball".
Thus, no one in Crowned Eagle
Entertainment is doing anything that is damaging to my reputation or even their own. I do utilize my wisdom and experience
to school the newbies to the well known fact that they have a rep to protect. So that being said, I am pleased with the current
staff, the current mix of rookies and veterans and it will remain the same with the exception of adding one or two new members
and, of course, these new members, whoever they may be, will be female and in their 20s. That, my friends, is simply to appeal
to the younger crowd which I can cover some other time. There's my explanation of why I select who I select for keeping the
operation going and why I keep some on board while giving others the heave ho.
Now stay strong and keep kickin'
dat slang. I'm M.C. Too Tall.
Thursday, January 22, 2015
Touching Base 1/22/15
2:16 am est
What's good, my people? Just touching base as the title for this blog entry suggests.
Two ElevAtioN installments in
at it's new home, Lucky 13 Saloon and I can safely say we have a good spot. Sundays though are tough. We tried but it's very
difficult to bring people in on a Sunday. That's usually people's rest day. However, I spoke to Rob, the sound guy and he
says it's a go for one Thursday a month and so after my February break, ElevAtioN returns to Lucky 13 on March 12th with
Alex Von Nihil as our DJ for the evening and the featured band will be a personal favorite of mine, Box Of Crayons. We get
them before their big annual St. Patrick's Day performance at Connolly's in Manhattan. We're calling it the Super Sonic St.
Paddy's Day edition and we expect some drinkers in the joint! http://www.facebook.com/events/762488973841764
following month is expected to be good too. The band and DJ I'm in negotiations with are kickass, I tell you! It will be hosted
by ElevAtioN's original hostess, none other than the ever popular Luna Vega as it will be an annual birthday shindig for her.
That will be Thursday, April 9th. I'm also in negotiations with other bands for future events as ElevAtioN continues to grow!
other news, my good friend D.J. Spoke and I have put together another P.H.O. song called "The Onslaught" and we
have that posted on the M.C. Too Tall Soundcloud. We're working on another EP that I would like to release by summer which
will include this and 5 other songs.
Last, but not least, I heard some of you have asked about new solo material. Well the title
for my first M.C. Too Tall EP will be "Kill M.C. Too Tall" followed by an album called "Aliens Must Die"
in 2016 beginning a new 3 part series of albums called the Enlightenment Series. I expect to go super uber esoteric on these
albums but you never know if my anger will get in the way and once again change the direction of the production. I do assure
you, as I'm not getting any younger, I am trying really hard to move away from the angry lyrics and production. We shall see.
there you have it. That's what I got for you for now. Stay strong and keep kickin' dat slang! I'm M.C. Too Tall. Word.
Monday, December 29, 2014
2014 into 2015
1:21 pm est
Though I performed only 4 times all year, I am very pleased with the way 2014 turned
I built up ElevAtioN to be as popular as any other local alternative
party event, resurrected PHO, put together an entire PHO EP in a matter of 12 weeks and all while holding Crowned Eagle Entertainment
to a higher standard. Sure, some sacrifice (unfortunately not blood) was made but the more dedicated and hard working members
of the nest remain on board. Some shifting and shuffling was done with the remaining members. In addition, I am oh so very
proud to take one more step toward balancing the male to female ratio among the members by adding a new female member to the
As mentioned quite a few times already, it is an important goal
of mine to have approximately as many female members on board as males. Our latest acquisition is Elena Bretanøva.
Elena was a dancer at some of the tri-state area's more popular nightclubs and has recently taken up dancing again at the
world famous Pyramid Club and at Lit Lounge, both in New York's Lower East Side. Her debut as a member of our nest was at
Lucky 13 Saloon in Brooklyn on Sunday December 14, 2014 when we moved ElevAtioN there. While we're on this groundbreaking
subject, let me stress that this proud new member is not a replacement to any of the previously recruited members. Luna Vega,
for example, is still working with us and still does part time promotional work for our operation and Scarlett Venom isn't
going anywhere either as she is an important component to Crowned Eagle Entertainment. We basically now have a cohesive team
in our nest ready to take on whatever tasks lie before us in 2015.
2015? Like all years prior it's all about investing time and funds into, of course, Crowned Eagle Entertainment. Building
on our name and good reputation, having several different event brands and of course, the music! Spoke and I are currently
working on a new PHO single called "Onslaught" to be part of our next EP and Scarlett and I are working on a song
called "You Can't Kill Me" and some other new M.C. Too Tall music. It's way too early to set a date for the release
of a new M.C. Too Tall album. I just might release a 6 song EP and call it "Kill M.C. Too Tall!!!" or an entire
album called "Aliens Must Die"! Who knows where the creative flow will take me? The new year hasn't even started
yet! Keep in mind, there is some never heard before backlogged C to the Z material I expect to release for download as well.
We'll see, as I always say. As I stated earlier, the new year hasn't even started yet!
do know this however. Having been off the stage for so long, I'm itching to return and so is Scarlett Venom (who I must remind
everyone is my WIFE as if there are any subscribers who actually don't know this by now). Thus after all this time promoting
ElevAtioN, I decided I'm finally ready to make my debut as a performer at our own monthly event. It looks like my 2015 will
begin January 11, 2015
at Lucky 13 with the January White Noise Edition of ElevAtioN featuring the return of Chaz PsyKoticZ, a guest DJ set
by the incomparable D.J. Grave, Elena Bretanøva entertaining the boys and girls in the front room and on stage, yours
truly with the edgy edgy BADASS D.J. Scarlett Venom! Let's Kick this year off like it's supposed to be for my ghoulish homies
and ladyslaves. The dark and angry industrial fun begins 11PM Sunday January 11, 2015
at the NEW Lucky 13 Saloon 644 Sackett Street in Brooklyn
just a couple of exits after the Manhattan bridge for all you Manhattanites and non-Brooklynites in general who seem
to believe the cooler parties in Brooklyn are across the Williamsburg Bridge. You haven't seen real action in Brooklyn until
you've come south of Atlantic Avenue. See you at Lucky 13! \m/
Friday, November 7, 2014
Social Media and Someone Other Than Me Perpetuating the Madness
9:59 pm est
la gente nelle grandi alture alto sopra gli alberi quindi se non stai attento ci si trova in grossi guai con grandi persone!
That being said, have a good one everybody. Ciao!
Friday, October 31, 2014
The October 30th Michale Graves Show and a Little Bit about ElevAtioN
5:56 pm edt
Yeah. We do a lot of concentration on our own art and music where we don't have
the same time on our hands as your average joe blow to check out other people's music unless it's who we would classify as
our contemporaries (which include some Hip Hop artists but are mostly industrial or punk artists) so when we go out to check
out someone on a higher tier of notoriety we make sure to agree on someone good. We were both torn between La Coka Nostra
with Vinnie Paz and Immortal Technique in Manhattan and former Misfits frontman Michale Graves in Brooklyn. The sold out La
Coka tixx kinda helped my decision along.
Scarlett recently saw Graves
at Blackthorn 51 in Queens and she had previously seen him with the Misfits some years ago but this show I saw with her at
Coco 66 in Greenpoint Brooklyn was my first time seeing anything Misfits related live and Michale Graves and his band are
now my people! \m/
Michale's voice is unchanged since back in the day hitting every
note of all his solo material plus all the popular Michale Graves era Misfits songs including "Scream", one of my
favorites. He also did "American Psycho" and a song called "Casket" which I really liked. I think he did
close to 30 songs. He even did some Type O Negative songs.
a widely known story but Michale shared his story with the audience about Jerry and Doyle looking for a new lead vocalist
for the reincarnated Misfits and reaching out to the iconic Peter Steele. After going over the lyrics and melodies of the
Misfits songs, Peter then referred them to Michale Graves and history was made. I have to say, Peter was right. He was too
dark with too physically large of a presence to be part of the second gen Misfits and even the earlier Danzig written songs
are too upbeat for the late Type O Negative founder and frontman. Plus the commitment to be a Misfit would've taken away from
the notch in history that Peter carved out with Type O negative. The man had an ear for music and knew what fit where.
Overall, we both enjoyed the show. We took pictures with Michale and Scarlett even got an
autographed section of the set list. Pretty cool.
Speaking of famous people and
stuff, we're closing in on a deal with a venue for ElevAtioN and thankfully there will be plenty of time to promote it and
drum up support. For this will be the one year anniversary and it's gonna be fire, I tell you! We intend to bring you past
alumni with astounding guest DJs. The venue is to be announced within a week's time and it is a venue not previously mentioned
or even hinted before. Things are gonna get a little crazy, now. Until then, I say stay strong and keep kickin' dat slang!
I'm M.C. Too Tall AKA Kilka-Kilka-4-Reel! \m/
Thursday, October 23, 2014
Future of Rock SWIIM Recap and Some Talk About ElevAtioN
6:34 am edt
Just catching up and touching base, yo.
Monday October 20th I performed at the Future of Rock Hiphoptober SWIIM event for my friend Jo Brown. Big ups to her, by the
way for continuing to do the SWIIM showcase each and every third Monday of the month at one of my favorite spots ever which
OF COURSE is Otto's Shrunken Head. Like everything else that pleases me, I declare that place a gift from God. Anyway, the
show itself was awesome.
I got into the building and Chaz Kangas was already underway.
The wit of Chaz Kangas is just astounding. Very tongue in cheek sort of material. After Chaz was Superking Armor and that
dude brings fire with him. I really like the energy he brings to the stage and how people get involved with the set. He has
that special ability to get the people pumped at will. Though my precious Scarlett was ill, she got up on stage with me and
the badass in her came out once more and we had done a set that the massive crowd was pleased with. People think we're untouchable
immortal beings. Works for us. Let them think that. It sells drinks and tickets. Following us was the ever-talented Kelly
Rickley of the duo 2 Giraffes. She's a phenomenal spoken word artist who often recites while her partner Kevin Massey plays
guitar but with Kevin out of town, Kelly flies solo for now. One of my favorite pieces by her is "Ode to an Ugly Muppet"
which astonished first time listeners in the room. Lastly, filling in for Kalil Johnson was Tigress Zoo from Queens and according
to Scarlett who has an ear for talent, it was worth the wait. Great show, overall and I'm looking forward to the next booking.
It's always fun to work with Jo Brown. Those SWIIM nights are just astounding.
other news, brace yourselves for the ElevAtioN One Year Anniversary event which will be Friday November 14th
in a currently undisclosed location that could be either Arrow Bar, Pyramid Club or a cute and quaint little place in
Brooklyn that I know of. There will be no live bands for this one but we are loading this up with a whole bunch of real talent
on the mixer. All in and committed are of course, our two residents, D.J. 5witch.Hitter and D.J. Komrade and Velocity's Alex
Von Nihil. We might also have D.J. Grave and the world renowned D.J. Jove on board. As anyone following us may know, D.J.
Jove owned the 2FL Brooklyn Loft where ElevAtioN was first launched nearly a year ago. Now, ElevAtioN is that go-to dark dance
music party that lives up to it's expectations as the Gateway to Gotham and DRAMA FREE ZONE and we at Crowned Eagle Entertainment,
as a show of appreciation for the massive support of ElevAtioN during it's first year are committed to give you something
to remember for all time come November 14th.
For now, stay strong and keep kickin' dat slang!
Sunday, October 12, 2014
For The Streets Released Onto Public October 9th!!!
10:13 pm edt
Thanks to everyone who showed up to Hotel Chantelle to the release party of "For
The Streets" October 9th. The party was just astounding. It was like a who's who of the underground culture that has
embraced M.C. Too Tall and Crowned Eagle Entertainment. Matty Rebel McCloud and his fiancé MeeMee are such awesome
hosts. I met them about 2 years ago through our own Luna Vega who was also in attendance. Also in attendance was Lulu Kramer
who many of you reading this may associate with Cybertron, Stimulate and Lewd and Lucky. Loads of others were there as well.
Overall the event was a super success and that guy standing in front of the deli where nobody
who eats there wants him to be wasn't there. Thanks again for the support and don't be surprised to hear more from PHO (Puttin'
Thursday, October 9, 2014
Calabrese Concert and PHO EP Release Party
2:16 pm edt
What's good, my people!
first say this is the second time this year I went to go see Calabrese this year and once again, they did not disappoint.
This time, the wife and I were right up by the stage. Some of the crowd started a mosh pit and let me tell you somethin',
buddy boi, I'm married to a BADASS! She got knocked down only once and got up and the guy who knocked her down got knocked
down by her. The fast and furious flying fists of Scarlett Venom, I tell ya! BADASS!
an Arizona based three piece horror rock band did songs from their two recent albums and these guys know how to entertain
a crowd. Jimmy on bass and Bobby on guitar trading off vocals with Davey, "the big firm one", as Scarlett calls
him, whaling on drums make for an unforgettable night that I highly endorse and recommend. That being said and being this
is the Crowned Eagle Entertainment site, let us move onto something Crowned Eagle Entertainment related. Shall we?
As mentioned, with the blessings of Robo and Spoke, our '90s project, P.H.O. is back from
the depths of distant obscurity and back to the forefront 16 years after the release of the last P.H.O. single. This time
around, we have a 5 track EP called "For The Streets" and the release date for this truly music history making EP
is Thursday October 9, 2014... That's TONIGHT
The EP includes the songs "Devil's Cookie", "Fukshitup"
and "Answer Your Phone" which for some odd reason unknown to me is considered by some critics to be controversial.
There's a Facebook event page with the location of the release party being Hotel Chantelle
in Manhattan's Lower East Side. While I cannot account for Robo or Spoke or even myself being there, Crowned Eagle Entertainment
will be properly represented there with one of our more prominent personalities in the building. But you never know. One of
us can always pop in at the last minute. Wouldn't that be something? Hope to see you soon as I will be in the streets and
clubs and other local businesses selling these things out personally.
my people, stay strong and keep kickin' dat slang!
Tuesday, September 30, 2014
PHO's For The Streets Release Date Set for October 9th
4:07 pm edt
Okay, okay. We've agreed on a release date for the new PHO EP, "For The Streets".
It will be on October 9th
and that's a significant date in music history. Yes, as many know, it is the birthday of the late Beetle, John Lennon
but it is also the birthday of a living legend who's music I identify with, a man I correspond with quite often and I'm proud
to call "uncle", Al Jourgensen of Ministry, RevCo, 1000 Homo DJs and PTP. #greatguy
Al works well with Italians 👍 as noted by his recruiting of the late Mike Saccia in the late '80s for an all new Ministry.
He's been in the music business for close to four decades and has battled many demons and has won. His music has influenced
so many other artists which in turn sparked the industrial revolution in music and even I myself switched up my style of music
to fuse electronic industrial with hip hop largely from listening to Ministry and RevCo.
if we will do a release party but I will keep you posted. I'm the big shot of the neighborhood. Ya know?
Saturday, September 20, 2014
M.C. Too Tall Defends the Integrity of Mr. Danceman
2:18 am edt
Glenn Rossi (Mr. Danceman) has been a part of Crowned Eagle Entertainment
since 2009. He has one song with our label under his belt ("Girls That Swallow") and he has hosted some Crowned
Eagle events. There is no need for certain people to compare themselves with him just because he has a Crowned Eagle page
and they don't.
Many of you hardly see Glenn and the explanation for that is simple. He has an unusually busy
schedule in his regular life so when he is available, it is a special treat for the fans who follow this promotion closely.
The man is in a softball league, he emcees big budget parties, sells fine jewelry and still manages to find time for a significant
other. I salute Glenn and Glenn is one of us.
I'll say it again. Whoever has a page on the Crowned Eagle site
is there for a reason and belongs there and whoever was there but isn't anymore isn't there anymore for a reason.
All in all, there is absolutely no reason to scrutinize my decision making as far as who is
recognized as one of us and who isn't. If there is a little thumbnail picture of them on the main page of the Crowned Eagle
site that leads to a page of their own, they're one of us and that's it. I don't wanna hear it from the non-influential people
of the world. If you happen to suck at what you're trying to be known for and you can only be known as the guy the people
of the neighborhood laugh at and abuse and throw ice and styrofoam cups at, that's not our problem. Okay? Take a walk. I'm
the big shot of the neighborhood.
Monday, September 8, 2014
SOME PEOPLE of the neighborhood need to STOP trying to seduce the female members and associates of Crowned Eagle
Entertainment through social media by sending friend requests that are repeatedly rejected. That's sleazy, that's filthy,
that's disturbing and creepy. Not only the neighborhood but the world at large would surly be a better place without these
6:42 pm edt
Sunday, September 7, 2014
Big Shots of the World (It's One Big Club and SOME PEOPLE Aren't In It)
LOOK! I understand that there are other big shots out there. Some, if you can believe
it, are even bigger big shots than this guy right here. They're all modest and what not. I don't see why but I gotta respect
that 'cause we big shots recognize each other as real deal and have a mutual respect for one another.
1:35 am edt
it's like a club where we exchange valuable information about our next moves, power moves, a little but of behind the scenes
stuff, you know, the kinda info that SOME PEOPLE of the neighborhood are not privy to because they're not in the club so to
speak. They're not big shots.
Being a big shot has its advantages. You get first dibs on what's
shakin' before it even shakes. You can walk down Stillwell Avenue and be treated with respect instead of having ice and styrofoam
cups thrown at you. You know your woman isn't everybody else's woman in the neighborhood when you're a big shot. Some people
don't have these privileges so they get mad at the big shot instead of themselves.
everybody is born with the potential and even destiny to become a big shot but they veer off course and instead of doing what
they gotta do to get back on course, they curse the people who are on the course who ultimately become a big shot like me.
Pure and simple.
Don't worry about the people who make zero effort to pull themselves
out of the ghetto who have something bad to say about you. If you're on course and they're not, that's really what they're
I'm a big shot and if you ain't a big shot, don't worry, it
ain't the end of the world. If you're not in the club, you can still get by. To all the others all around the world who are
actually big shots, I salute you.
Thursday, September 4, 2014
6:05 am edt
I got my
Crash 'n' Burn Birthday Bash tonight
and whoever don't like it can go talk to the freakin' wall about it because it don't change the fact that whoever comes
will have a wonderful magical time. I'm not expecting a cake or to be fed alcohol. What I am expecting is one kickass showcase.
The revised streamlined lineup beginning at 9:00
sharp will be as follows.
don't forget I'm the big shot of the neighborhood and there'll be other big shots there who aren't gonna like it if someone
who is small potatas comes along tryin' to make a name for themselves. It won't be good if that happens. People like that
are escorted out. We don't run those kinda parties. Okay? I'm a big shot.
Saturday, August 30, 2014
To the guy that thinks he's a gangster...
7:28 pm edt
To all you wannabes that I've seen enough of in my lifetime, before we get started, let me say that I can state
what I'm about state because our streets are no more dangerous now than they were in the '80s. In fact they're much safer.
So safe that people are oversensitive to words whereas in the '80s they had no time to worry about someone else's words because
they were more concerned with avoiding a fatal confrontation with some junkie. Okay now. Here we go...
You're not fooling anybody. You're
not scaring anybody. I'm willing to bet my life that there is no one willing to hand a gun over to you or use one on your
behalf. Nobody in the world thinks you're that important to get killed trying to kill somebody that, more than likely, you're
the one who started beef with. Guys like you are a dime a dozen and a joke. It's called Cosa Nostra for a reason. Code of
Silence, dickheads! Real gangsters kill people who brag about the mob ties they almost never have in reality.
me make this clear. I'm the big time wheelin' dealin' big shot of the neighborhood. You're not tough so cut the shit because
I'm the toughest tough guy in all of toughness. Don't make me have to show you with years of humility and training in martial
arts can do upside your Headz! Listen! Me and tha boyz weren't called Puttin' Headz Out for no reason or just because it was
a cool sounding name. I'm the big shot of the neighborhood, I'm the one with the connections, I'm the one with the power,
I'm the one with the influence in the neighborhood and again, you need to cut the shit!
Now let us talk about the women
your kind supposedly gets expecting me to be impressed or jealous or whatever type of way I'm supposed to feel. You guyz talk
about all these hot girls you get. Any girls with any redeeming qualities all think guys like you are the sleazy creepy stalker
type. Nearly all the girls people like you chase I send away because not a single one is anywhere near as smokin' hot as the
sexy lady I married. When it comes to sexiness, Scarlett Venom is the top of the food chain. Plus she could cook Italian better
than any italian mother alive and she's not even Italian.
Don't get me started on how people like
you embarrass yourselves in the clubs. Regular people get thrown out of the clubs for fighting. People like you get thrown
out of the clubs for being too obnoxious and silly for the ambiance. Again, joke!
Money? Most people like you are
sponges. You sponge off the government, your moms and pops or both. You're not important and have the gall to downplay my
relevance. You guyz have the same rap about how much more important you are than me. So if I'm so unimportant, why then is
it so important for me to believe you're important?
Instead of Goodfellas or Scarface, unimportant
shitheads like you should watch Human Centipede 2. There's a scene toward the end of that movie where the lead actress sticks
a funnel in the lead actor's ass and drops a live centipede down the funnel. Maybe you wannabe gangster types should try that
#loser #wannabe #gangster #nobody #joke #laughingstock #toughguy #bigshot #neighborhood #brooklyn
I got a show coming up September 4th and if you're not one of these fake gangster types, you're
welcome to come. It's free. Stay strong. Keep kickin' dat slang. I'm M.C. Too Tall!
Saturday, August 9, 2014
ElevAtioN and Anomaly TOGETHER!!!
Crowned Eagle Entertainment is proud to announce a collaboration
of our ElevAtioN party and the long standing Anomaly event. Same address, different date.
1:37 pm edt
Your live acts:
Mr. Jay (Lobo)
In addition to mixing your music, D.J. Grave will also be mixing your drinks
This event will be hosted by Mother Gunnr and co-hosted by our own edgy edgy BADASS Scarlett Venom!
The Pyramid Club
Friday, July 11, 2014
The Blacklite Bonnie Link
7:34 pm edt
BlackLite Bonnie, an alternative model based out of the New York Metro area has
been endorsing M.C. Too Tall and Crowned Eagle Entertainment though social media for about a year now. While she is not an
actual member of Crowned Eagle Entertainment, I thought it was very nice of her to do that and figured I would take liberties
and return the favor by adding a link to her Facebook page throughout this page.
few fun facts about Bonnie are that she is known for donning bright neon colors that glow in black light, hence the name,
she has appeared in several publications including calendars, well known alternative magazines and even on the very covers
of some of these fine publications. She is a favorite subject of Candylust Photography staff and other prominent photogs such
as Joyis Artimus Pain, Shadowraven (Blackheart Photographics) and legendary rock 'n' roll photographer Alan Rand.
You may find her frequently hosting promoter Xris SMack's monthly Stimulate parties or doing
promotional work with Cary Monotreme of fiXe Magazine. She is also all over social media sites like Facebook, Instagram, Model
Meyhem and VampireFreaks http://vampirefreaks.com/BlackLite_Bonnie
so be sure to say Hi and please be respectful. She worked very hard to be where she is in the industry.
Now you know.
#AlternativeModel #FetishModel #Pinup
3:23 pm edt
Understand this. I'm the godfather of the fusion. Very few can fuse music genres and styles and cultures together
like I can. You may call me Godfather.
All that aside. Come out July 18th.
Click this link http://www.facebook.com/events/649398231821867