To celebrate the release of my book I created a Spotify playlist to go along with what you read. Whole lotta late 90’s, ya’ll.
In a special Get Up On This, we go out of format to welcome DJ Sancho to the show, the third member of the traveling Hot Karl show. As a companion to the book, we go in depth about what you’ll ready in “Kanye West Owes Me $300” and give some more insight about a very weird time. Monica Lewisnky, Condoleezza Rice.
To celebrate the release of “Kanye West Owes Me $300,” I’ve released my first rap song in over a decade, featuring some LA hip-hop veterans (Mike Shinoda of Linkin Park/Fort Minor, Intuition and Ali Abnormal). And remember to buy the book! REAL HIP-HOP.
I spoke with FRANK151 about my book and how I have defined failure in order to survive. Love this interview.
This next Thursday, June 9th at 7:30, join me and comedian Greg Behrendt at Skylight Books to discuss my new book, Kanye West Owes Me $300. We’ll talk about it, I’ll sign copies and we can just hang out to celebrate. It’s free and no need to RSVP. They will have books for sale. Just show up and love reading.
To promote my book, I released this freestyle, my first in over 10 years. Grown man rap.
Old pal David Viola interviewed me for The Hundreds to figure out just how weird the music industry was in the early 2000s (spoiler: it was weird AF).
If you preorder my book right now, you can get this second pin FOR FREE. It’s me and Kanye back in 2000 looking young (and optimistic) af. BEST FRIENDS FOREVER (he didn’t owe me money yet). All you have to do is preorder a copy, and then CLICK HERE.
I was stoked to guest on Sam Robert’s Sirius XM radio show, which is now available to hear, in full, online. It’s an hour long interview covering basically everything I’ve ever done and everyone I’ve ever known.
I visited the Comedy on Vinyl podcast to talk about my book and praise Weird Al’s masterpiece, Dare To Be Stupid.