Microkhan by Brendan I. Koerner

Before I Let Go

May 29th, 2009 · 2 Comments


That’s a wrap for the work week, as we look forward to a weekend full of goat roasting and screenplayin’. What might you have missed if your Microkhan-ing was sporadic these last few days? So much good stuff, dear reader, so much good stuff. We’re talking hilariously frivolous lawsuits against your humble narrators, the launch of the Now the Hell Will Start paperback, a lingering controversy over the origins of Filipino stick fighting, and the curious intersection between breakfast cereal and Confederate money. Replay at your leisure, and see you back here on Monday, bright and early (depending on Microkhan Jr.’s willingness to cooperate with that plan).

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  • Jordan

    That track is one of my favorites from The Rub’s History of Hip-Hop: 1990 compilation. Perfectly captures the frustrations of being a hormonal 20-something.

  • Brendan I. Koerner

    @Jordan: Yeah, the lyrics to this are great. Not often you hear a song that so expertly breaks down such a universal form of love trouble. Criminally underrated.

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