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Distraction of the Day: Turquoise Jeep Records

Penn State students are feeling the academic pressure that comes with the end of the semester and finals week.  In our “Distraction of the Day” series, your friends at Onward State hope to inject some semblance of levity into your otherwise stressful descent to mania on the slow boat to insanity.

If you don’t know about Turquoise Jeep Records (and you probably don’t), prepare to be fascinated by their unique blend of nostalgia, camp, and rhythm.   Turquoise Jeep rappers Yung Humma, Flynt Flossy, and Pretty Raheem have become Onward State staff favorites, often heard blasting in the writer’s bullpen here at Onward State World Headquarters But don’t just take our word for it; why don’t you ask T.V.’s Donald Glover.

Be warned, Turquoise Jeep has a pretty extensive video library; it’s more than conceivable that you could lose an entire afternoon of studying just trying to comprehend the Jeep.   Below are the essentials Yung Humma ft Flynt Flossy “Lemme Smang It” and Pretty Raheem ft Flynt Flossy “Can He Move it Like This?”

“Lemme Smang It”

“Can He Move It Like This?”

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Dennis McNamara

Dennis McNamara is a senior studying International Relations. The product of a long and muddy Irish lineage, Dennis blames that sour heritage and his Boston area upbringing for the flaws in his character. The only paid writer for Onward State, Dennis has never been described as a team player as he often thinks of himself as “the smartest guy in the room.” In addition to contributing to Onward State, Dennis is also Creative Director for Full Ammo Improv. Dennis isn’t sure when he’s kidding either.


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