Anderson .Paak Flees Trump Trash Monster In Otherworldly New Music Video

first_imgAnderson .Paak has released an awesome new music video for his songs “The Season / Carry Me” and “The Waters” from his album Malibu. The video has an old-school, collage vibe that finds the versatile artists moving through several different unique, psychedelic, and introspective environments. Perhaps the highlight of the multi-part video is when .Paak runs from a trash-monster with Donald Trump’s face on it..Paak has been on the rise as of late, with the success of Malibu and a lengthy summer tour that has taken him and his band The Free Nationals to major festivals all over the world. Paak’s high energy combination of hip hop, R&B, soul, and funk is unique, and you get a glimpse of that diversity throughout this video.Watch Anderson .Paak’s new out-of-this-world music video, streaming below.last_img read more

Syracuse football depth chart: Week 2 vs. No. 19 Louisville

first_imgSyracuse released its Week 2 depth chart Monday morning, four days before the Orange (1-0) hosts No. 19 Louisville (1-0) at 8 p.m. on Friday night.Here are some of the most significant notes.— Freshman wide receiver/running back Devin Butler took over Jamal Custis’ spot behind Steve Ishmael at outside receiver. Custis was out with an injury against Colgate. Dino Babers said on Aug. 31 that he wasn’t sure if Butler would play this season because of SU’s depth at running back and receiver.— Redshirt sophomores Juwan Dowels and Cordell Hudson swapped spots. Dowels is now the starter. Dowels had three tackles in the game and Hudson had four.— Redshirt freshman Samuel Clausman took over redshirt freshman Colin Byrne’s position at backup left guard.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text— Colin Byrne moved into the backup center spot.— Sterling Hofrichter is now the team’s holder. He was listed as the backup holder to Zack Mahoney prior to the Colgate game, but Hofrichter held all the kicks.— Jordan Fredericks slid into one of the kick returner spots. He was at the position on Friday. Junior Ervin Philips was listed as a kick returner prior to the Colgate game, but never went back to return. Estime returned both kickoffs for a total of 32 yards. Related Stories Syracuse football visual breakdown: How SU recovered from Colgate’s 1st touchdown with one of its ownStock up/stock down: A look back at Syracuse’s season-opening win over ColgateHow Eric Dungey stacks up against other QBs in Dino Babers’ head-coaching debutsEric Dungey has career game after meeting his brother, who returned from the Army, for 1st time in 2 yearsSyracuse football depth chart: Week 1 vs. Colgate Published on September 5, 2016 at 12:24 pm Contact Jon: [email protected] | @jmettus Comments Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more