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The Cool Kids

(from left to right) Chuck Inglish and Mikey Rocks.
Background information
Origin Mid-West United States
Genres Alternative hip hop
Midwest hip hop
Years active 2005–present
Labels Chocolate Ind., C.A.K.E., XL
Website http://www.coolxkids.com
Members
Chuck Inglish
Mikey Rocks

The Cool Kids is an alternative hip hop group from the Mid-West United States. The duo consists of Antoine "Mikey Rocks" Reed (originally from Matteson, Illinois) and Evan "Chuck Inglish" Ingersoll (originally from Mount Clemens, Michigan).[1] Self-described as "the new black version of the Beastie Boys," The Cool Kids' music has been released primarily to the independent Chocolate Industries via their own label C.A.K.E. Recordings.[2] Reed and Ingersoll have collaborated with several other musical artists and made appearances in numerous media, such as Asher Roth, Kenna, The Bloody Beetroots, Drake, Lil Wayne, Ludacris, and Maroon 5.

Contents

History

The members of The Cool Kids met in 2005 when Reed found a beat on MySpace that Ingersoll had produced.[1] The two met to discuss terms of the beat's sale, and eventually ended up recording for two hours.[3] They were inspired by golden age hip hop and artists like Eric B. & Rakim.[4] Ingersoll began promoting the new duo's material, and it was eventually booked by Josh Young of Flosstradamus for a DJ performance.[3] At this performance (in a venue called Town Hall Pub), the duo met the DJ Diplo who offered to release a mixtape of their unreleased tracks titled Totally Flossed Out on his label Mad Decent, though it was eventually released on C.A.K.E. Recordings.[5] They also received an offer from the DJ A-Trak to sign to his Fool's Gold label,[5] which they did, but only for one single.[6] Of their time with Fool's Gold, the Cool Kids felt they weren’t getting enough attention: “When your boss is on tour with Kanye West, it’s easy to have timelines missed,” said Chuck in an interview.[7]

All of their material had been released solely on the band's MySpace page[4]—their recording contract came after performances at the CMJ Music Festival and Pitchfork Media Music Festival, on July 15, 2007.[1][8] Eventually, The Cool Kids signed to Chocolate Industries, another independent label.[6] The group has revealed on its MySpace page that The Cool Kids' debut album, When Fish Ride Bicycles, will be released in 2008, though as of 2010 it has not been released.[9] Ingersoll has been the producer for tracks released thus far,[10] but both work in rapping and production.[11] The duo uses music software program Reason from Propellerhead Software to produce their music.[12]

They have been on tour, opening for M.I.A.[13] and they will be also joining the bill of the 2008 Rock the Bells hip hop festival on select dates.[14] The group toured across Australia in February 2008 and also appeared at the Laneway Festival. The group also appeared at Suny Purchase's Culture Shock event in April 2009.[15] One of the duo's singles, "Black Mags", was featured in a late 2007 Rhapsody TV commercial, along with Sara Bareilles.[16] In the same year, the group collaborated with Lil Wayne and DJ Benzi through the Internet on a track entitled "Gettin' It", which will reportedly appear on the DJ's future album Get Right.[17]

The Cool Kids have been featured in the video games NBA Live 08 and MLB 2K8 with the song "88",[18], in Need for Speed Nitro, with The Bloody Beetroots in the song Awesome[19], and in the episode "The First Cut Is the Deepest" from HBO's TV series Entourage with the song "Mikey Rocks".[20] They were listed in Rolling Stone's Ten Artists to Watch in 2008.[21] According to Rolling Stone, "since "Black Mags" debuted, the Cool Kids have gone from an underground sensation in their native Chicago to the hottest ticket at New York's CMJ festival." [22]

The duo have been endorsed by Mountain Dew for their new single, "Delivery Man", to which commercials and the music video have aired on MTV2. The group's song "Bassment Party" was featured in the September 21, 2008 episode of the HBO hit comedy Entourage. They also recorded an original track, "2K Pennies," for the soundtrack of NBA 2K9. However, The Cool Kids have said in an interview that their success has been gradual.[23] They will also be headlining the "NBA 2K Bounce Tour" along with Q-Tip.[24] The Cool Kids also performed at the 2009 Voodoo Experience in New Orleans, Louisiana. Producer Don Cannon said in a interview with XXL, that he will be working with The Cool Kids for their new album. The group's second official mixtape, Gone Fishing was released on May 5, 2009. They are currently working on their debut album, When Fish Ride Bicycles, which is slated to release in 2010.[9][25]

Their song "A Little Bit Cooler" was used in an MVP commercial from Nike with Lebron James & Kobe Bryant entitled "Mrs. Lewis". They recently finished another mixtape also co-produced by Don Cannon and titled "Merry Christmas". It consist of four tracks and was released on Christmas day of 2009 via their website.

Discography

EPs

  • The Bake Sale (2008), C.A.K.E., Chocolate Ind. and XL Recordings

Albums

  • When Fish Ride Bicycles (TBA)

Official Mixtapes

Singles
  • "Black Mags" (2007), C.A.K.E., Chocolate Ind.[27]
  • "Delivery Man" (2008), Green Label Sound[28]

Guest Appearances

  • "Colors" by Que B.I.L.L.A.H.
  • "Rockin' N Rollin'" by Mickey Factz (of GFCNY/Sacred Society)
  • "Stunnas On" by Starski
  • "Driving Down The Block Remix" By Kidz In The Hall (with Bun B and Pusha T)
  • "Heaven's Gates & Hell's Flames Redux" by The Carps
  • "The Mayor" (from the N.A.S.A. album The Spirit of Apollo)
  • "Harder to Breathe (The Cool Kids Remix)" (from the Maroon 5 album Call and Response: The Remix Album)
  • "Loosewires Remix" by Kenna
  • "Awesome" by The Bloody Beetroots
  • "Shut Up" by Pac Div
  • "This Shit Is Easy" (Mikey Rocks, Hollywood Holt and Dude Royal)
  • "Devils" by Amanda Diva (production by Chuck Inglish)
  • "Devils Remix" by Amanda Diva (with Styles P) (production by Chuck Inglish)
  • "Hard Work" by Dom Kennedy (production by Chuck Inglish)
  • "November 18th (Chuck Inglish Remix)" by Drake
  • "Replacement Girl (Chuck Inglish Remix)" by Drake (with Trey Songz)
  • "Beautiful Problems" by Jade (production by Chuck Inglish)
  • "Alright,Ok" by Tennille (production by Chuck Inglish)
  • "Lemme Get Some" by Amanda Blank Feat. Chuck Inglish
  • "Loungin'" by Skooda Chose Feat. Mikey Rocks & Twista
  • "Motorsports Jordan V" by vyle. (production by Chuck Inglish)
  • "Fat Raps" by Chip Tha Ripper feat. Curren$y & Big Sean (production by Chuck Inglish)
  • "Pennies Remix" by The Cool Kids ft Ludacris and Bun B

Videography

  • Black Mags
  • Delivery Man
  • Pennies
  • Knocked Down
  • Tires
  • Free Throws
  • Do It Big

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c Brown, Marisa. "Biography". Allmusic. http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=11:3jfexqyrldje~T1. Retrieved 2008-03-08. 
  2. ^ "NME Reviews – The Cool Kids: The Bake Sale". NME. IPC Media. 2008-06-25. http://www.nme.com/reviews/cool-kids/9817. Retrieved 2008-06-25. 
  3. ^ a b Dugan, Stacey (2008-01-02). "The Cool Kids: Colorforms". URB (151). http://www.urb.com/features/629/TheCoolKidsColorforms.php?PageId=2. Retrieved 2008-03-08. 
  4. ^ a b Raymer, Miles (2007-07-06). "Where the Cool Kids Are". Chicago Reader. http://www.chicagoreader.com/features/stories/sharpdarts/070706/. Retrieved 2008-03-08. 
  5. ^ a b Dugan, Stacey (2007-07-18). "The Kids are all right". Time Out Chicago (124). http://www.timeout.com/chicago/articles/clubs/20995/the-kids-are-all-right. Retrieved 2008-03-08. 
  6. ^ a b Maher, David (2007-10-23). "The Cool Kids Sign to Chocolate Industries". Pitchfork Media. http://www.pitchforkmedia.com/page/news/46570-the-cool-kids-sign-to-chocolate-industries. Retrieved 2008-03-08. 
  7. ^ http://www.exclaim.ca/articles/multiarticlesub.aspx?csid1=122&csid2=4&fid1=31349
  8. ^ Pitchfork Staff (2007-07-17). "Pitchfork Music Festival 2007: Sunday". Pitchfork Media: p. 3. http://www.pitchforkmedia.com/article/feature/44247-pitchfork-music-festival-2007-sunday/page_3. Retrieved 2008-03-08. 
  9. ^ a b "Fire Starter: The Cool Kids". MTV News. 2008-03-24. http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/1583907/20080321/id_0.jhtml. Retrieved 2008-04-01. 
  10. ^ Frere-Jones, Sasha (2007-10-19). "Cooler Talk". The New Yorker Online Only. http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/sashafrerejones/2007/10/cooler-talk.html. Retrieved 2008-03-08. 
  11. ^ Blackwell, Gary L. (2007-10-25). "The Cool Kids". Spin. http://www.spin.com/articles/cool-kids. Retrieved 2008-03-08. 
  12. ^ Herman, Max (2008-02-29). "The Cool Kids interview". Illinois Entertainer. http://illinoisentertainer.com/2008/02/29/the-cool-kids-interview/. Retrieved 2008-04-05. 
  13. ^ Shepherd, Julianne (2007-10-30). "YOU DON'T KNOW ME: The Cool Kids". Vibe. Time Warner. http://www.vibe.com/news/news_headlines/2007/10/cool_kids_profile/. Retrieved 2008-03-08. 
  14. ^ Peters, Mitchell (2008-04-22). "A Tribe Called Quest, Nas Lead Rock The Bells Bill". Billboard. http://www.billboard.com/bbcom/news/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003792486. Retrieved 2008-04-28. 
  15. ^ "The Cool Kids Bringing ’88 Back Australian Tour". Sneaker Freaker. 2008-02-17. http://www.sneakerfreaker.com/newsflash/The-Cool-Kids-Bringing-88-Back-Australian-Tour/. Retrieved 2008-06-13. 
  16. ^ "Exclusive: Cool Kids Q&A". Rhapsody. 2008-02-05. http://blog.rhapsody.com/2008/02/exclusive-cool.html. Retrieved 2008-03-08. 
  17. ^ "Audio: Lil Wayne f the Cool Kids, "Gettin It"". The Fader. 2007-06-13. http://www.thefader.com/articles/2007/06/13/audio-lil-wayne-f-the-cool-kids-gettin-it. Retrieved 2008-03-08. 
  18. ^ Dunham, Alexis (2007-09-17). "EA Unveils NBA Live 08 Soundtrack". IGN. News Corporation. http://games.ign.com/articles/820/820488p1.html. Retrieved 2008-03-08. 
  19. ^ Sung, Lydiaand (2009-08-19). "Need for Speed NITRO soundtrack detailed". Neoseeker. http://www.neoseeker.com/news/12074-need-for-speed-nitro-soundtrack-detailed/. Retrieved 2010-02-21. 
  20. ^ "HBO: Entourage Music: Season 04: Episode 44". HBO. http://www.hbo.com/entourage/music/season04/episode44.html. Retrieved 2008-03-08. 
  21. ^ Serpick, Evan (2007-11-14). "Artist to Watch: The Cool Kids". Rolling Stone. http://www.rollingstone.com/news/story/17323907/artist_to_watch_the_cool_kids. Retrieved 2008-01-07. 
  22. ^ http://www.rollingstone.com/news/story/17323907/artist_to_watch_the_cool_kids
  23. ^ http://www.absolutepunk.net/showthread.php?t=288640
  24. ^ Sines, Shawn (2008-10-06). "NBA 2K9 Soundtrack Revealed". 1UP. Ziff Davis Publishing Holdings Inc.. http://www.1up.com/do/newsStory?cId=3170377. Retrieved 2008-10-13. 
  25. ^ http://www.prefixmag.com/reviews/the-cool-kids/when-fish-ride-bicycles/25406/
  26. ^ http://2dopeboyz.okayplayer.com/2008/04/24/the-cool-kids-cool-ass-ninjas-mixtape/
  27. ^ Soto, Zachary (2007-10-23). "The Cool Kids sign with Chocolate Industries". Prefix Magazine. http://www.prefixmag.com/news/cool-kids-with-chocolate-industries/11861/. Retrieved 2008-03-09. 
  28. ^ Burgess, Omar (2008-08-25). "Cool Kids Deliver Mountain Dew Sponsored Single". HipHopDX.com. http://www.hiphopdx.com/index/news/id.7571/title.cool-kids-deliver-mountain-dew-sponsored-single. Retrieved 2008-09-07. 

External links


The Cool Kids
Origin Chicago, IL
Genres Hip Hop
Years active 2005-Present
Labels C.A.K.E.
Website http://www.coolxkids.com
Members
Chuck Inglish
Mikey Rocks

The Cool Kids is an American hip hop group. Consisting of rappers Antoine "Sir Michael Rocks" Reed (originally from Matteson, Illinois) and Evan "Chuck Inglish" Ingersoll (originally from Mount Clemens, Michigan), the group is based in Chicago, Illinois and Detroit, Michigan. Self-described as "the new black version of the Beastie Boys," The Cool Kids' music has been released primarily to the independent Chocolate Industries via their own label C.A.K.E. Recordings, but as of 2010 are no long with Chocolate Industries due to label issues. [1] Reed and Ingersoll have collaborated with several other musical artists and made appearances in numerous media, such as Asher Roth, Kenna, The Bloody Beetroots, Drake, Travis Barker, Lil Wayne, Ludacris, and Maroon 5.

Contents

= History

= The members of The Cool Kids met in 2005 when Reed found a beat on MySpace that Ingersoll had produced.[2] The two met to discuss terms of the beat's sale, and eventually ended up recording for two hours.[3] They were inspired by golden age hip hop and artists like Eric B. & Rakim.[4] Ingersoll began promoting the new duo's material, and it was eventually booked by Josh Young of Flosstradamus for a DJ performance.[3] At this performance (in a venue called Town Hall Pub), the duo met the DJ Diplo who offered to release a mixtape of their unreleased tracks titled Totally Flossed Out on his label Mad Decent, though it was eventually released on C.A.K.E. Recordings.[5] They also received an offer from the DJ A-Trak to sign to his Fool's Gold label,[5] which they did, but only for one single.[6] Of their time with Fool's Gold, the Cool Kids felt they weren’t getting enough attention: “When your boss is on tour with Kanye West, it’s easy to have timelines missed,” said Chuck in an interview.[7]

All of their material had been released solely on the band's MySpace page[4]—their recording contract came after performances at the CMJ Music Festival and Pitchfork Media Music Festival, on July 15, 2007.[2][8] Eventually, The Cool Kids signed to Chocolate Industries, another independent label.[6] The group has revealed on its MySpace page that The Cool Kids' debut album, When Fish Ride Bicycles, will be released in 2008, though as of 2010 it has not been released.[9] Ingersoll has been the producer for tracks released thus far,[10] but both work in rapping and production.[11] The duo uses music software program Reason from Propellerhead Software to produce their music.[12]

They have been on tour, opening for M.I.A.[13] and they will be also joining the bill of the 2008 Rock the Bells hip hop festival on select dates.[14] The group toured across Australia in February 2008 and also appeared at the Laneway Festival. The group also appeared at SUNY Purchase's Culture Shock event in April 2009.[15] One of the duo's singles, "Black Mags", was featured in a late 2007 Rhapsody TV commercial, along with Sara Bareilles.[16] In the same year, the group collaborated with Lil Wayne and DJ Benzi through the Internet on a track entitled "Gettin' It", which will reportedly appear on the DJ's future album Get Right.[17]

The Cool Kids have been featured in the video games NBA Live 08 and MLB 2K8 with the song "88",[18], in Need for Speed Nitro, with The Bloody Beetroots in the song Awesome[19], and in the episode "The First Cut Is the Deepest" from HBO's TV series Entourage with the song "Mikey Rocks".[20] They were listed in Rolling Stone's Ten Artists to Watch in 2008.[21] According to Rolling Stone, "since "Black Mags" debuted, the Cool Kids have gone from an underground sensation in their native Chicago to the hottest ticket at New York's CMJ festival." [22]

The duo has been endorsed by Mountain Dew for their new single, "Delivery Man", to which commercials and the music video have aired on MTV2. The group's song "Bassment Party" was featured in the September 21, 2008 episode of the HBO hit comedy Entourage. They also recorded an original track, "2K Pennies," for the soundtrack of NBA 2K9. However, The Cool Kids have said in an interview that their success has been gradual.[23] They will also be headlining the "NBA 2K Bounce Tour" along with Q-Tip.[24] The Cool Kids also performed at the 2009 Voodoo Experience in New Orleans, Louisiana. Producer Don Cannon said in a interview with XXL, that he will be working with The Cool Kids for their new album. The group's second official mixtape, Gone Fishing was released on May 5, 2009. They are currently working on their debut album, When Fish Ride Bicycles, which has no release date as of yet.[9][25]

Their song "A Little Bit Cooler" was used in a "Most Valuable Puppets" commercial from Nike with LeBron James and Kobe Bryant entitled "Mrs. Lewis".[26] A new mixtape called Tacklebox came out on May 31, 2010. Chuck Inglish worked with Chip Tha Ripper and produced his debut album Gift Raps in its entirety. The group claims they haven't put out an album because of having issues with their former label Chocolate Industries for the past three years, but according to the group these issues are now settled and they are working on putting out When Fish Ride Bicycles.

Discography

EPs

Albums

  • When Fish Ride Bicycles (TBA)

Official Mixtapes

Singles
  • "Black Mags" (2007), C.A.K.E., Chocolate Ind.[30]
  • "Delivery Man" (2008), Green Label Sound[31]

Guest Appearances

  • "I'm Beamin (Remix)" by All City Chess Club (Asher Roth, B.o.B, Blu, Charles Hamilton, The Cool Kids, Diggy, Lupe Fiasco)
  • "Colors" by Que B.I.L.L.A.H.
  • "Rockin' N Rollin'" by Mickey Factz (of GFCNY/Sacred Society)
  • "Stunnas On" by Starski
  • "Driving Down The Block Remix" By Kidz In The Hall (with Bun B and Pusha T)
  • "Heaven's Gates & Hell's Flames Redux" by The Carps
  • "The Mayor" (from the N.A.S.A. album The Spirit of Apollo)
  • "Harder to Breathe (The Cool Kids Remix)" (from the Maroon 5 album Call and Response: The Remix Album)
  • "Loosewires Remix" by Kenna
  • "Awesome" by The Bloody Beetroots
  • "Shut Up" by Pac Div
  • "This Shit Is Easy" (Mikey Rocks, Hollywood Holt and Dude Royal)
  • "Devils" by Amanda Diva (production by Chuck Inglish)
  • "Devils Remix" by Amanda Diva (with Styles P) (production by Chuck Inglish)
  • "Hard Work" by Dom Kennedy (production by Chuck Inglish)
  • "November 18th (Chuck Inglish Remix)" by Drake
  • "Replacement Girl (Chuck Inglish Remix)" by Drake (with Trey Songz)
  • "Beautiful Problems" by Jade (production by Chuck Inglish)
  • "Alright,Ok" by Tennille (production by Chuck Inglish)
  • "Lemme Get Some" by Amanda Blank Feat. Chuck Inglish (Dedicated to Darius Elliott)
  • "Loungin'" by Skooda Chose Feat. Mikey Rocks & Twista
  • "Motorsports Jordan V" by vyle. (production by Chuck Inglish)
  • "Fat Raps" by Chip Tha Ripper feat. Curren$y & Big Sean (production by Chuck Inglish)
  • "Polo Rugby" by Skooda Chose feat. Chip Tha Ripper (production by Chuck Inglish)
  • "The Hangover" by Curren$y feat. Mikey Rocks
  • "Jump Down" by Travis Barker
  • "Ken Block's Gymkhana THREE, Part 1; The Music Video Infomercial (feat. The Cool Kids)"
  • "Do It Big" by Ski Beatz (from the album 24 Hour Karate School)

Videography

  • Black Mags (2007)
  • Delivery Man (2008)
  • Pennies (2008)
  • Knocked Down (2009)
  • Tires (2009)
  • Free Throws (2009)
  • Do It Big (2010)
  • Gold Links (2010)

See also

References

  1. ^ "NME Reviews – The Cool Kids: The Bake Sale". NME. IPC Media. 2008-06-25. http://www.nme.com/reviews/cool-kids/9817. Retrieved 2008-06-25. 
  2. ^ a b Brown, Marisa. "Biography". Allmusic. http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=11:3jfexqyrldje~T1. Retrieved 2008-03-08. 
  3. ^ a b Dugan, Stacey (2008-01-02). "The Cool Kids: Colorforms". URB (151). http://www.urb.com/features/629/TheCoolKidsColorforms.php?PageId=2. Retrieved 2008-03-08. 
  4. ^ a b Raymer, Miles (2007-07-06). "Where the Cool Kids Are". Chicago Reader. http://www.chicagoreader.com/features/stories/sharpdarts/070706/. Retrieved 2008-03-08. 
  5. ^ a b Dugan, Stacey (2007-07-18). "The Kids are all right". Time Out Chicago (124). http://www.timeout.com/chicago/articles/clubs/20995/the-kids-are-all-right. Retrieved 2008-03-08. 
  6. ^ a b Maher, David (2007-10-23). "The Cool Kids Sign to Chocolate Industries". Pitchfork Media. http://www.pitchforkmedia.com/page/news/46570-the-cool-kids-sign-to-chocolate-industries. Retrieved 2008-03-08. 
  7. ^ http://www.exclaim.ca/articles/multiarticlesub.aspx?csid1=122&csid2=4&fid1=31349
  8. ^ Pitchfork Staff (2007-07-17). "Pitchfork Music Festival 2007: Sunday". Pitchfork Media: p. 3. http://www.pitchforkmedia.com/article/feature/44247-pitchfork-music-festival-2007-sunday/page_3. Retrieved 2008-03-08. 
  9. ^ a b "Fire Starter: The Cool Kids". MTV News. 2008-03-24. http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/1583907/20080321/id_0.jhtml. Retrieved 2008-04-01. 
  10. ^ Frere-Jones, Sasha (2007-10-19). "Cooler Talk". The New Yorker Online Only. http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/sashafrerejones/2007/10/cooler-talk.html. Retrieved 2008-03-08. 
  11. ^ Blackwell, Gary L. (2007-10-25). "The Cool Kids". Spin. http://www.spin.com/articles/cool-kids. Retrieved 2008-03-08. 
  12. ^ Herman, Max (2008-02-29). "The Cool Kids interview". Illinois Entertainer. http://illinoisentertainer.com/2008/02/29/the-cool-kids-interview/. Retrieved 2008-04-05. 
  13. ^ Shepherd, Julianne (2007-10-30). "YOU DON'T KNOW ME: The Cool Kids". Vibe. Time Warner. http://www.vibe.com/news/news_headlines/2007/10/cool_kids_profile/. Retrieved 2008-03-08. 
  14. ^ Peters, Mitchell (2008-04-22). "A Tribe Called Quest, Nas Lead Rock The Bells Bill". Billboard. http://www.billboard.com/bbcom/news/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003792486. Retrieved 2008-04-28. 
  15. ^ "The Cool Kids Bringing ’88 Back Australian Tour". Sneaker Freaker. 2008-02-17. http://www.sneakerfreaker.com/newsflash/The-Cool-Kids-Bringing-88-Back-Australian-Tour/. Retrieved 2008-06-13. 
  16. ^ "Exclusive: Cool Kids Q&A". Rhapsody. 2008-02-05. Archived from the original on February 9, 2008. http://web.archive.org/web/20080209145721/http://blog.rhapsody.com/2008/02/exclusive-cool.html. Retrieved 2008-03-08. 
  17. ^ "Audio: Lil Wayne f the Cool Kids, "Gettin It"". The Fader. 2007-06-13. http://www.thefader.com/articles/2007/06/13/audio-lil-wayne-f-the-cool-kids-gettin-it. Retrieved 2008-03-08. 
  18. ^ Dunham, Alexis (2007-09-17). "EA Unveils NBA Live 08 Soundtrack". IGN. News Corporation. http://games.ign.com/articles/820/820488p1.html. Retrieved 2008-03-08. 
  19. ^ Sung, Lydiaand (2009-08-19). "Need for Speed NITRO soundtrack detailed". Neoseeker. http://www.neoseeker.com/news/12074-need-for-speed-nitro-soundtrack-detailed/. Retrieved 2010-02-21. 
  20. ^ "HBO: Entourage Music: Season 04: Episode 44". HBO. http://www.hbo.com/entourage/music/season04/episode44.html. Retrieved 2008-03-08. 
  21. ^ Serpick, Evan (2007-11-14). "Artist to Watch: The Cool Kids". Rolling Stone. http://www.rollingstone.com/news/story/17323907/artist_to_watch_the_cool_kids. Retrieved 2008-01-07. 
  22. ^ http://www.rollingstone.com/news/story/17323907/artist_to_watch_the_cool_kids
  23. ^ http://www.absolutepunk.net/showthread.php?t=288640
  24. ^ Sines, Shawn (2008-10-06). "NBA 2K9 Soundtrack Revealed". 1UP. Ziff Davis Publishing Holdings Inc.. http://www.1up.com/do/newsStory?cId=3170377. Retrieved 2008-10-13. 
  25. ^ http://www.prefixmag.com/reviews/the-cool-kids/when-fish-ride-bicycles/25406/
  26. ^ Nike MVPuppets "Mrs Lewis" at YouTube
  27. ^ http://www.datpiff.com/Don_Cannon__The_Cool_Kids__Merry_Christmas_EP.m86781.html
  28. ^ http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/2009/12/don-cannon-the-cool-kids-–-merry-christmas-ep
  29. ^ http://www.fakeshoredrive.com/2010/05/the-cool-kids-la-leakers-tacklebox-dropping-memorial-day.html
  30. ^ Soto, Zachary (2007-10-23). "The Cool Kids sign with Chocolate Industries". Prefix Magazine. http://www.prefixmag.com/news/cool-kids-with-chocolate-industries/11861/. Retrieved 2008-03-09. 
  31. ^ Burgess, Omar (2008-08-25). "Cool Kids Deliver Mountain Dew Sponsored Single". HipHopDX.com. http://www.hiphopdx.com/index/news/id.7571/title.cool-kids-deliver-mountain-dew-sponsored-single. Retrieved 2008-09-07. 

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