N. O. R. E. Finally Asks LL Cool J "Pink Cookies In A Plastic Bag" Means
#DXclusive: Norega and DJ EFN's the REVOLT of the TELEVISION program "the Drink of Champions" was just renewed for a second season.
New York, NY – Following the success of the first six episodes, the REVOLT TV-the Beverage of Fields has been renewed for a second season. Organized by rapper from Queens, N. O. R. E. of Capone-n-Noreaga & Miami's DJ EFN, the show was initially a popular audio podcast, but once the REVOLT is involved, transformed into a video series.
Essentially, the idea is to pump each guest with enough alcohol to talk to, which can result in a healthy amount of unpredictability. But there are some basic rules to be considered for the show.
"We want to see if this person is a legend," N. O. R. E. explains to HipHopDX. "What we call a legend, is someone that has been around for 10 years, and continues to grind. We met with Amber Rose and people were saying that she "is not a legend", but to me she is. In addition, we needed females. It is a man based on a show, but we have girl fans and we wanted to please them."
Season 2 premiere of Drinking Fields w/ @llcoolj is now! @revolttv 🏆📺
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The new season premiered Thursday (July 27) and featured Hip-Hop pioneer LL Cool J, an artist that definitely meets their criteria. After years of wanting to ask Mr. Cool James "pink cookies in a plastic bag" meant from the 1993 LL Cool J track, "Pink Cookies In A Plastic Bag Getting Crushed By Buildings," N. O. R. E. finally had his chance.
"I'm always a fan of these guys," N. O. R. E. says. "Some of these guys came out the same time as me and some walked out before. Just because we make similar music and are partners, does not mean that I am not a fan. I get to ask LL, 'What is pink cookies in a plastic bag?' I grew up in Queens and I had no idea of that even made sense. I would lie as I knew. But this is me, sincerely wanting to know ... I just want to know."
"Even we don't consider ourselves as journalists," DJ EFN says. "We are doing something that journalists do, but th