Fresno Grizzlies Opening Day

#GROWLIFORNIA is the new slogan for the new look Fresno Grizzlies. Today is the Home Opener for the farm club for the Houston Astros vs the Las Vegas 51’s, the farm club for the New York Mets. The past 18 seasons, the FRESNO Triple-A affiliate of the SF Giants has changed. The Grizzlies will still be playing games in Fresno at Chukchansi Park (capacity 12,500).

Top Prospects and former Major Leaguers starting in Fresno include Dan Straily, Matt Dominguez, Jon Singleton, Mark Appel, Preston Tucker, and Matt Duffy.

Notable FRESNO Alum include Buster Posey, Tim Lincecum, Brian Wilson, Matt Cain, Sergio Romo, Madison Bumgarner, and Brandon Belt.


Pilot Talk III

Curren$y’s third mixtape in the Pilot Talk series has dropped. #JetLife


No. Title Producer(s) Length
1. “Opening Credits” Cool & Dre 2:01
2. “Long as the Lord Say” Ski Beatz 4:37
3. “Cargo Planes” Joey Fatts 2:32
4. “Froze” (featuring Riff Raff) Harry Fraud 3:46
5. “Get Down” Ski Beatz 3:59
6. “Sidewalk Show” Ski Beatz 2:06
7. “The 560 SL” (featuring Wiz Khalifa) Cool & Dre, Edsclusive co. 5:01
8. “Audio Dope 5″ Ski Beatz 3:30
9. “Life I Chose” (featuring J. Townsend) Cool & Dre 4:36
10. “Pot Jar” (featuring Jadakiss) Cool & Dre 4:29
11. “Search Party” Ski Beatz 3:22
12. “All I Know” Ski Beatz 3:26
13. “Briefcase” Ski Beatz 3:29
14. “Lemonade Mimosas” Jahlil Beats 3:07
15. “Alert” (featuring Styles P) Ski Beatz 3:12

MCJ Video Montage

“A Bronx Tail” Multimedia Video Montage

Lunch with Sev : A Podcast

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I’m brainstorming and preparing to record my new podcast, Lunch with Sev, which will debut late Spring/early Summer 2015. I will premier with an hour and half show followed by weekly hour-long shows. #VerbalSodomy

The Food Machine


Farmers in central California have noticed an increase in the cost of water over the past couple years. Most people living in California know about the drought that has stricken the state this decade. It’s my understanding this is part of the reason the price for water is so high because created by scarcity due to drought. Shasta Dam and lake provide much of the water for California’s agriculturally rich central valley along with other lakes and dams along the Sierra Nevada mountain range. Farmers in California use 80% of the state’s water, but they maximize the use. Due the drought not providing snowmelt, the water supply has reached a new low. Now that we know where the water is coming from, let’s look at the crops that get produced and how that supply chain works.

Since the Green Revolution, crops being mass-produced across the United States have quadrupled. In the Midwest, what were homesteads have transformed the land and properties into industrial farms. In central California, the open air climate complemented by the sun and soil is producing 1/3 of the world’s vegetables. It’s not only vegetables that are being produced in the millions of tons. Central California is also home to the most food processing plants in the United States where $1.5 billion is being made. The green revolution helped the land in California be used by putting the seeds on steroids and making the crops resistant to insects. However, back in the Midwest, the plains and the crops are now triple yielding by way of nitrogen, potassium, and phosphorus. These elements were byproducts of the green revolution and have quadrupled productivity with virtually no labor. The circular fields in the central United States can be seen when flying in airplanes, these fields are intricate agricultural technology called Center-pivot irrigation. It’s efficient and makes use of every inch of arable land. An insect called the European Cornboar threatens cornfields; the farmers are using GMO’s to defend their crops. Farmers who use them in order to protect crops from insects like the cornboar are defending the takeover of GMO’s. Another takeover is happening agricultural societies, urban farming. Urban farmers do not use GMO’s, instead the use homemade compost, not pesticides. They sell their organic fruits and vegetables at local farmer’s markets.

The food machine has taken over the United States since the green revolution has globalized the food market and made it easy to eat anything, any time. The farmers and their water in California to the cornfields in the Midwest all play vital factors in this machine. Corn is the most consumed product in America. It’s so widely consumed and not many know that it’s in the food they’re eating. Corn is grown and processed everyday, all 322 millions tons of it. Corn is in 1/3rd of the food products we eat. The majority of corn is being fed to cattle. Cows normal diet does not consist of corn, but farmers have changed that because corn gets them fat. The more fat the cattle gets, the more money the farmers get from selling parts of the cow. This helps the consumers and the producers, the mass industrialization of beef, as well as chicken, has made it affordable.


Fantasy Baseball 2015

With #OpeningDay around the corner, here is a list (updated April 10, 2015) of the RP’s closing out games for every team in the MLB.

Los Angeles Angels – Huston Street

Baltimore Orioles – Zach Britton

San Diego Padres – Craig Kimbrel

Philadelphia Phillies – Jonathan Papelbon

Pittsburgh Pirates – Mark Melancon

Cincinnati Reds – Aroldis Chapman

Kansas City Royals – Gregg Holland

Chicago White Sox – David Robertson

Milwaukee Brewers – Francisco Rodriguez

Chicago Cubs – Hector Rondon

St. Louis Cardinals – Trevor Rosenthal

Arizona Diamondbacks – Addison Reed

Cleveland Indians – Cody Allen

Seattle Mariners – Fernando Rodney

Miami Marlins – Steve Cishek

Washington Nationals – Drew Storen

Texas Rangers – Neftali Feliz

Colorado Rockies – LaTroy Hawkins

Minnesota Twins – Glen Perkins

Houston Astros – Luke Gregerson

Toronto Blue Jays – Miguel Castro

Atlanta Braves – Jason Grilli

San Francisco Giants – Santiago Casilla

New York Yankees – Dellin Betances

Oakland A’s – Tyler Clippard

LA Dodgers – Joel Peralta

New York Mets – Jeurys Familia

Tampa Bay Rays – Brad Boxberger

Boston Red Sox – Edward Mujica

Detroit Tigers – Joakim Soria


ChildishMajor & Matik Estrada – Community Service EP


Released March, 2015

01. Direction (Intro)
02. Profit (Prod. By Childish Major)
03. Family Matters (Prod. By Childish Major)
04. Imagine That (Prod. By Childish Major)
05. Run & Shoot (Prod. By Childish Major)
06. C’mon, Feet (Interlude)
07. Keep Running Feat. Big K.R.I.T. & Curtis Williams (Prod. By Childish Major & TryBishop)
08. Ready When You Are (Interlude) Feat. BB Rose (Prod. By Childish Major)
09. I.O.U. Runaround Feat. Jace of Two9 (Prod. By Childish Major)
10. The Gift Feat. Marian Mereba (Prod. By Childish Major)
11. This Side (Prod. By EP & Childish Major)


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