At 7/17/12 05:49 AM, PiGPEN wrote:
Florida is a strong competitor for the shithole of the universe.
I think my favorite part is where he raps about being Real Muzik Productions, and the only four songs on his favorite audio are his RMP tracks.
No, wait, I changed my mind! My favorite part is how he always has to call himself "DJ Ses aka TheEyeOfMusiK," like it actually means something. That's just milking your own dick, like "I'm so cool, I need to have two names." Or, perhaps more like "I'm so overrated."
A strong contender for my favorite part is on the RMP news post:
Real Muzik Productions was created in the year of 2007. Founder/CEO of the group is DJ SES aka TheEyeOfMusik. This group is strictly elite producers and rappers.
Strictly elite producers and rappers; strictly people you've never heard of and, in all likelyhoods, probably never will.
Ooh, and I also love this part:
NOTE: We have copyright files to all our songs, so if your planning on making a song to one of our instrumentals, GET PERMISSION, before using, or your going to get a letter from BMI.
Kid doesn't know that posting music under a Creative Commons license is willful first-party surrendering of exclusive rights* granted by copyright? Well, ain't that a shame. That would also explain the feckthisshet dick-riding 'review.' In fact, if they're actually signed to a record label (which I'm 99% positive that they're not), then there's a good chance RMP is actually violating their contract by posting the tracks under Creative Commons (let's look at this logically: why would a label sign EVER any kind of a deal with a group that releases all of its tracks for free? What's in it for the label? The label wants to make money...).
*In our case, the exclusive rights given up are:
- Reproduction and distribution (anyone is allowed to freely download and distribute music posted on NewGrounds, if attributed properly and non-commercial)
- Right to create derivative works (anyone is allowed to modify or create derivative works based on any track on NewGrounds, if attributed properly to the original track/artist, and released under the same license, so it has to be non-commercial, too)