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Offline Blackwater

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Fire In The Booth
« on: August 22, 2018, 07:15:16 PM »
As you walk around the streets of Palomino, you'd notice something quite strange and out of place for such a rural environment.

Tiny little print-outs would litter the streets and be stapled to various telephone poles and bulletin boards around the town. These little print-outs would feature a picture of an AK47 with gold jewelry and copious amounts of drugs in the background, and would advertise a ''Local, aspiring and independent artist'' - but there would be no name or persona given on the fliers. There would also be accompanying, cheaply-produced CD's in clear plastic cases. They would linger around for a few days before eventually being collected by people or discarded by trash-clean up crews.

Upon further observation, you'd see that the CD's are marked and labeled - ''Ezekiel's First Mixtape'', hand-written on the cover of the CD in marker.


If you are so inclined to listen to the contents of the CD- there was 7 recorded songs on the CD.

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Track 1 - Gold Souls (11 successes) (Spiritual song about culture and being ''woke'')
Track 2 - Anime Niggas (9 successes) (About anime and manga)
Track 3 - History Lessons (14 successes) (About slavery, oppression and the history of black people)
Track 4 - Black Diamonds (9 successes) (Flex song about jewelry, money and drugs)
Track 5 - Kalashnikov Flow (14 successes) (Rapid-fast rapping like Busta Rhymes/Twista/Tech Nine, flex.)
Track 6 - Studio Freestyle #1 (10 successes) (Freestyle about everything)
Track 7 - White People (13 successes) (Song about how racist, rich and shitty white people are)

Total successes for the mixtape - 80 successes.

''All of your Arts contain, at the very least, a hint of undeniable brilliance'' - even if hip-hop isn't your character's preferred style of music, the level of talent shown here is unmistakable, and you can't help but be impressed at the very least by the music and at-home production value.



« Last Edit: August 23, 2018, 07:45:58 PM by Blackwater »


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Re: Fire In The Booth
« Reply #1 on: August 22, 2018, 10:32:16 PM »
Dustin takes a CD he was given by Ezekiel, as he pops it in his sound system, clicking play. Listening to the songs as he cooks in the background, he would stop and listen to the whole album, forgetting what he was doing beforehand.
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Re: Fire In The Booth
« Reply #2 on: August 23, 2018, 10:42:51 AM »
((80 successes btw))

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Re: Fire In The Booth
« Reply #3 on: August 23, 2018, 07:09:27 PM »
bro change the colour of text in the spoiler

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Re: Fire In The Booth
« Reply #4 on: August 23, 2018, 07:46:16 PM »
bro change the colour of text in the spoiler

my bad it wasn't supposed to be yellow.


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