Peanut’s Playground: Boring Days, Entertainment and Big Boy’s Sir Lucious Left Foot The Son Of Chico Dusty

Photography by hakanphotography

I’m not sure what your days look like, but mine are pretty fuqqin boring from time to time. It’s not so much the weekends or my evenings, but during the day time seems to crawl by like a snail on high heels. Or as we say in the Nether regions: “Zoals dikke stront door een vergiet!”

Use Google Translate if your curious.

To help the days along a bit I like my music to be ‘entertaining’, and no album released in 2010 has proven to be as entertaining as today’s highlight:

Sir Lucious Left Foot The Son Of Chico Dusty by Big Boi

Antwan André Patton a.k.a. Big Boi is best known for his work as one half of hiphop legends Outkast and as such is well know enough already. Therefore I won’t be wasting any more precious bytes on details.

I can imagine that a large portion of TSURURADIO’s readers aren’t fans of Outkast or Big Boi. Your loss. I’m serious. This might sound strange to you, but there do happen to be artists outside of the indie realm (whatever the hell that may be these days) who are actually worth your attention. Big Boi is one of them.

A foul mouthed but smooth, clever rhyming s.o.b. with a knack for choosing exactly the right guest vocalists, and most of all: he’s Entertaining (yes, with a capital E) and isn’t that something we can all use once in a while?


1. Feel Me (Intro)

2. Daddy Fat Sax

3. Turns Me On Ft. Sleepy Brown And Joi

4. Follow Us Ft. Vonnegutt

5. Shutterbug Ft. Cutty

6. General Patton

7. Tangerine Ft. T.I. And Khujo Goodie

8. You Ain’t No DJ Ft. Yelawolf

9. Hustle Blood Ft. Jamie Foxx

10. Be Still Ft. Janelle Monae

11. Fo Yo Sorrows Ft. George Clinton, Too Short And Sam Chris

12. Night Night Ft. B.o.B. And Joi

13. Shine Blockas Ft. Gucci Mane

14. The Train Pt. 2 (Sir Lucious Left Foot Saves The Day) Ft. Sam Chris

15. Back Up Plan

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4 comments for “Peanut’s Playground: Boring Days, Entertainment and Big Boy’s Sir Lucious Left Foot The Son Of Chico Dusty

  1. Kathy
    August 30, 2010 at 2:35 AM

    I love when music videos actually have a cool idea behind it, like Mike Posner’s “Cooler Than Me”, which is looking at a situation through other peoples’ perspectives:

  2. August 30, 2010 at 6:54 PM

    Nice to hear some different tunes on TSURURADIO! Bump / +10 / epic win for steppin’ out!

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