I drink, but I definitely don't know everything.
NJ All Day Baby! Interview with the Armpit of America's Very Own Blunt Prophet
From the grimy depths of industrial New Jersey, comes the voice of a generation. Or at least those noble enough to call Jersey their home. Blunt Prophet is the rapper alter ego of an NJ native who started the moniker shortly after concluding his college tenure. With multiple releases under his belt, Blunt Prophet has worked his way to constructing and releasing his first full-length album, Blunt Prophet vs. New Jersey. I sat down with the Prophet to talk about how he got his career started and discuss his new album.
A few weeks ago, one of my coworkers asked me if I was going to be bringing Zima back. The topic of Zima had been brought up months prior, during a conversation between said coworker, our boss, and myself as an alternative drink to beer. As a current 26-year-old, Zima did not mean a whole lot to me. To be honest, it sounded like a virus carried by mosquitos, let alone something thirst quenching. Then again, as a youth, I swigged back the strange, green liquid known as Surge.
Love of the Lager
About two years ago, a former coworker and I were discussing the value of something so simple and yet so effective. I believe this was when he dropped a line from his father, whom he quoted as saying once, “You know…whatever happened to just a…good old fashioned…God given ham on rye?” I’m not quite sure God ever gave out ham along with the bread, but I understood the point.