It’s battle rap time, using an app called “AutoRap” by Smule. The guys face off against each other to see who has more LA street cred and ultimately more turf. I’ve included the “dry” vocals (pre AutoRap) as well as the final “wet” (post AutoRap) audio just so you get the idea. Sounds like they’re looking for people to challenge Ellis (or I’m guessing anyone on the show) to a rap battle, so if you feel so inclined, download the app, make your rap and submit it to the show through the regular channels. I’m also assuming @CassetteCoast is prohibited as he’s already systematically destroyed the entire show several times over.
Here is some unsorted and unused audio from 2015. There was a reason it was recorded, but hell if I can remember why. But here it is anyway, have a listen. Or don’t. I don’t give a shit.
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While not many callers reach the legendary status of Oxy John or Snow White or Manny, sometimes we get surprised with some great callers. Here are a few that are worth honorable mentions and a listen. We get a drunk guy on vacation, a group of girls with 6 pound clits, and a girl without a 6 pound clit!
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If you listen to the show on a regular (or even semi-regular) basis, you’ve no doubt heard Ellis mentioning “onCam”. He’s gone as far as trying to work it into the show as a bit, but that didn’t seem to work. So what’s the deal? Why does he keep mentioning this app? No cloak and dagger shit here, the answer is simple. Money. He’s endorsing the product, lending his name to it, and mentioning it on-air in hopes more people begin to use it. Ellis was probably approached with an endorsement and / or investment deal. I seem to remember several months ago, him mentioning a meeting about an app. OnCam was probably that meeting. Endorsement deals are nothing new for anyone high profile enough to warrant one, it’s certainly nothing out of the ordinary. That’s it. No big mystery. Continue reading