Jim Carroll

Music, Life and everything else

“Five songs these days warrants four pages in Hotpress”

The most savage put-down of a magazine article I’ve read in an age, here is Rocks pulling no punches as she rips into Hot Press. She takes issue with the cheap sensationalism used by the magazine to cover Limerick rapper …

Thu, Apr 10, 2008, 13:06

   

The most savage put-down of a magazine article I’ve read in an age, here is Rocks pulling no punches as she rips into Hot Press.

She takes issue with the cheap sensationalism used by the magazine to cover Limerick rapper Nailerz and it’s a humdinger of a retort.

Hotpress directs you to Nailerz Bebo page, where is the usual thickery that such morons advertise on their Bebo pages, but, surprise surprise, no songs. You see, Hotpress don’t care that this person ISN’T EVEN A FUCKING MUSICIAN, they just want something controversial.

So you root around for a while and eventually find another Bebo page where his songs are. And they are the greatest fucking piles of shite, you’ll ever listen to (in fact, maybe Hotpress didn’t even.) It’s the usual absolute crap that ten-year-olds could do.

Don’t mess with Rocks.

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