From Coul Studios on the Golden Coast, Cali comes a lazy Hurricane, Irene
People are giving advice on how to profit from the storm's aftermath. Terrifying millions of people like aliens from outerspace. This science fiction masterpiece is serious. Not Coki. Cook art? "Sh** ain't for me, noob."
Two at a time
Troy Coulon has done it again. Examining the Winners and Losers of Hurricane Irene, he has created an enemy for being assertive and standing up for himself. Responsive or Reactive? Now, in a timely manner, gracing the pages of Maxim, Avril Lavigne and her former lover divorced like a traditional, conventional rocker, he releases a remix of "Girlfriend."
How does something so disastrous have love where there is hate, joy where there is sadness, comfort instead of comforted, understanding instead of understood?
Also released in conjunction with his Toxic Parents Audiobook is "The Warning" which is "grown man talk" that's why he "screams and drop, every sunday on the rocks." Oh there is more, as well. "So lazy" touches and scratches and gnaws at the surface of super hot number one single "So Hot" by Kid Rock. "Call yourself a rock star, you're just a starlet and f**k those squares, give me the ones with the multi-colored hair" sounds like his collaborator, Mr. 54.
One Out Of A Billion
He goes even further citing musical influences of a man from a small Louisiana town that released an album "Cake and Sodomy." Eek. The term "Krazy" is dismissive like Prince's smash hit "Let's Go Crazy." It's obvious Troy Coulon puts his past walk where his talk is.