Involved in work that is intended for the mass market: a commercial artist.
Having profit as a chief aim: a commercial song, not a good song.
Usually used for describing hip hop or rap that is played on the radio 24/7 that is only about money,cars,guns,girls, and drugs.
Music only made to sell records to thug wannabes.
Rap that puts quantity before quality.
Kid1: "Have you heard that New Jay Z, Cash Money, Jarule, Ludacris, song!?"
Kid2: "That shit is wack, you need to stop listening to that commercial rap"
Kid3: "Underground Hip Hop for life!"
November 28, 2005
Ambigram n., - a word or words that can be read in more than one way or from more than a single vantage point, such as both right side up and upside down. (from Latin: ambi=both + gram=letter)
" that crazy picture of text is actually called an ambigram "
Verb. To use a sharp or pointed object to scrawl ones name on a surface in graffiti
. Usually glass, plastic, or metal.
Other forms of graffiti include: stickerbombing
I'm gonna go scribe up some windows real quick, I'll be right back.
Noun. A sharp or pointed tool used by graffiti artists to write their name (usually) in glass, plastic, or metal surfaces.
Graffiti artists usually use rocks, modified pens, razor blades, or other various hardware tools. Most scribers are custom made and modified.
Yo, I just made this new scriber from this stuff at the hardware store. It flows so nice!
The part of the respiratory tract between the pharynx and the trachea, having walls of cartilage and muscle and containing the vocal cords enveloped in folds of mucous membrane.
The modified upper part of the respiratory passage of air-breathing vertebrates that is bounded above by the glottis, is continuous below with the trachea, has a complex cartilaginous or bony skeleton capable of limited motion through the action of associated muscles, and in humans, most other mammals, and a few lower forms has a set of elastic vocal cords that play a major role in sound production and speech called also voice box
Emcee: "You're all dirty toys with dirty socks and no choice but to suck. I'll battle all you nerdy boys and the bitches will flock, I'll crush you and your voice box."
Bystander: yo, my voicebox is sore from the concert. All that cheering and yelling.
The act of an error(n).
Causing an error.
The verb used to imply the action of error.
"For some reason The computer program keeps erroring at 70%"
The opposite of underground.
More oftenly referred to as mainstream or commercial.
Used to describe music (usually rap/hip hop) that is played on the radio just to sell records, as opposed to being quality music.
Above the earth
Often instead of saying 'overground music' it is simplified to just 'overground' or 'the overground'.
Kid: "Hey, Did you hear that new joint;insert crappy radio single
on the radio yet?"
Kid2: "Naw, I don't listen to the overground"
November 28, 2005