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The Slay List

Tonight, Café 210 (@cafe210west) is hosting “Red Bull Play & Destroy” Penn State edition. As part of the competition, 16 musical masterminds will face off in a contest over iTunes skill superiority — slay list v.s. slay list. As if you needed another reason, there’s no cover and $1.50 Red Bulls….that give you wings.

I decided to come up with a few choices for each of the “Battlegories.” So here’s DJ LFein’s spin on the “Slay List.”

–      Karaoke

–      Mashups

–      I’m embarrassed to have this on my iTunes

–      Dubstep

–       How was this popular?

–      Jersey Shore

–      I just lost my virginity

–      We are Penn State

–      90s

–      One hit wonder

–      Old School Rap

–      80s Hair Bands

In the words of Tyra Banks… There are sixteen hopeful students standing before me, but there is only one that is still in the running for Cafe 210’s Next Slayer.

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