Following the success of their previous effort “XXX”, Kendrick Lamar blesses U2’s uplifting tune with a spoken word. The track is off the group’s forthcoming LP Songs Of Experience on December 1.

TELL lemar and rest of this DOG crew I will FIST MY plast hand and male rape his ANANAL THAT lill boty crew IF i ever seem them

U2 have shared the comeback single "Get Out Of Your Own Way," and the song features a spoken word appearance from Kendrick Lamar as it ends, as spotted by Pitchfork . Listen below via Spotify. Lamar and U2 previously collaborated on "XXX.," a track from Lamar's album DAMN. "Get Out Of Your Own Way" will appear on U2's upcoming album Songs of Experience , out December 1.

Following the success of their previous effort “XXX”, Kendrick Lamar blesses U2’s uplifting tune with a spoken word. The track is off the group’s forthcoming LP Songs Of Experience on December 1.

TELL lemar and rest of this DOG crew I will FIST MY plast hand and male rape his ANANAL THAT lill boty crew IF i ever seem them

Following the success of their previous effort “XXX”, Kendrick Lamar blesses U2’s uplifting tune with a spoken word. The track is off the group’s forthcoming LP Songs Of Experience on December 1.

TELL lemar and rest of this DOG crew I will FIST MY plast hand and male rape his ANANAL THAT lill boty crew IF i ever seem them

U2 have shared the comeback single "Get Out Of Your Own Way," and the song features a spoken word appearance from Kendrick Lamar as it ends, as spotted by Pitchfork . Listen below via Spotify. Lamar and U2 previously collaborated on "XXX.," a track from Lamar's album DAMN. "Get Out Of Your Own Way" will appear on U2's upcoming album Songs of Experience , out December 1.

Over the years, I have heard many excuses for people not getting the success they want or believe they deserve from an opportunity. I have been known to use a few myself here and there. 

It's not that the excuses weren't ever valid. It's just sometimes the excuses come whether or not they are valid. Many people start excusing themselves from incredible opportunities before they have the chance to fully explore the possibilities.

When you find the right opportunity, the one that can take you to a whole other level of success, you want to be able to grab it and run.  The last thing you want is to trip on your own feet and let it get away or worse, be the immoveable object in the path to success.  Here are five tips for getting out of your own way on the road to success.

Yesterday’s rumors are true: U2 has officially revealed the cover art and tracklist for their upcoming album today. The band also confirmed that the rumored release date is accurate: Songs Of Experience will be available on December 1. The announcement came with one sort-of-new song and one truly fresh track: The band premiered the studio version of the previously teased “ The Blackout ” and a brand new song called “Get Out Of Your Own Way,” both on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 Apple Radio show.

“Get Out Of Your Own Way,” for which the band has already shot a video in Mexico City, is clearly inspired by the organ intro of “Where The Streets Have No Name,” with the electronic drums of “Beautiful Day” thrown in for good measure. It’s a real throwback track, one that should give fans who miss the old Kanye U2 more reason to get excited about the upcoming album.

Speaking of hip-hop, Kendrick Lamar makes an appearance on the song, with a speech about arrogance and wealth at the end of the track. U2, of course, famously guested on Kendrick Lamar’s new album as well.

Following the success of their previous effort “XXX”, Kendrick Lamar blesses U2’s uplifting tune with a spoken word. The track is off the group’s forthcoming LP Songs Of Experience on December 1.

TELL lemar and rest of this DOG crew I will FIST MY plast hand and male rape his ANANAL THAT lill boty crew IF i ever seem them

U2 have shared the comeback single "Get Out Of Your Own Way," and the song features a spoken word appearance from Kendrick Lamar as it ends, as spotted by Pitchfork . Listen below via Spotify. Lamar and U2 previously collaborated on "XXX.," a track from Lamar's album DAMN. "Get Out Of Your Own Way" will appear on U2's upcoming album Songs of Experience , out December 1.

Over the years, I have heard many excuses for people not getting the success they want or believe they deserve from an opportunity. I have been known to use a few myself here and there. 

It's not that the excuses weren't ever valid. It's just sometimes the excuses come whether or not they are valid. Many people start excusing themselves from incredible opportunities before they have the chance to fully explore the possibilities.

When you find the right opportunity, the one that can take you to a whole other level of success, you want to be able to grab it and run.  The last thing you want is to trip on your own feet and let it get away or worse, be the immoveable object in the path to success.  Here are five tips for getting out of your own way on the road to success.

Following the success of their previous effort “XXX”, Kendrick Lamar blesses U2’s uplifting tune with a spoken word. The track is off the group’s forthcoming LP Songs Of Experience on December 1.

TELL lemar and rest of this DOG crew I will FIST MY plast hand and male rape his ANANAL THAT lill boty crew IF i ever seem them

U2 have shared the comeback single "Get Out Of Your Own Way," and the song features a spoken word appearance from Kendrick Lamar as it ends, as spotted by Pitchfork . Listen below via Spotify. Lamar and U2 previously collaborated on "XXX.," a track from Lamar's album DAMN. "Get Out Of Your Own Way" will appear on U2's upcoming album Songs of Experience , out December 1.

Over the years, I have heard many excuses for people not getting the success they want or believe they deserve from an opportunity. I have been known to use a few myself here and there. 

It's not that the excuses weren't ever valid. It's just sometimes the excuses come whether or not they are valid. Many people start excusing themselves from incredible opportunities before they have the chance to fully explore the possibilities.

When you find the right opportunity, the one that can take you to a whole other level of success, you want to be able to grab it and run.  The last thing you want is to trip on your own feet and let it get away or worse, be the immoveable object in the path to success.  Here are five tips for getting out of your own way on the road to success.

Yesterday’s rumors are true: U2 has officially revealed the cover art and tracklist for their upcoming album today. The band also confirmed that the rumored release date is accurate: Songs Of Experience will be available on December 1. The announcement came with one sort-of-new song and one truly fresh track: The band premiered the studio version of the previously teased “ The Blackout ” and a brand new song called “Get Out Of Your Own Way,” both on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 Apple Radio show.

“Get Out Of Your Own Way,” for which the band has already shot a video in Mexico City, is clearly inspired by the organ intro of “Where The Streets Have No Name,” with the electronic drums of “Beautiful Day” thrown in for good measure. It’s a real throwback track, one that should give fans who miss the old Kanye U2 more reason to get excited about the upcoming album.

Speaking of hip-hop, Kendrick Lamar makes an appearance on the song, with a speech about arrogance and wealth at the end of the track. U2, of course, famously guested on Kendrick Lamar’s new album as well.

Silk screen printing is a bit intimidating at first, but it's easier than it looks and it's possible to set up a printing area in your own home for cheap. We'll show you how you can do it with a minimum amount of materials.

The basic idea behind silk screening is pretty simple and works similar to a stencil. Instead of cutting out shapes individually, you coat a screen in photo emulsion, then cut an image out using a bright light. The video above walks you through the process, but let's go into more detail, starting with the supplies you need.

For your first attempt, start with something simple without a lot of thin lines. A standard silhouette using Photoshop is an easy way to go. You need a solid black image because its only real purpose is to block the light. The image you pick will be burnt into the emulsion in step four. Once you settle on an image, print it out on a laser printer onto transparency paper (if you don't want to buy a box of transparencies most copy shops copy onto a transparency for around a dollar).


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