Tuesday, 10 July 2012

Soing Of The Week....

This weeks song of the week that has me hitting replay over and over again has to be:

Kid Ink: Time Of Your Life

This song for me just keeps me mellow, has the power to get me hyped, but I prefer to listen to this song in my alone time so I can do whatever I want to it. What makes this song what it is, definately is Kid Ink's Simple but effective flow, this flow gets you to that position where you personally sit and reminisce about our special times (which we probably all regard as the times of our lifes). Im a person who certainly loves his music and love the chance to sit and listen to new artists, Kid Ink isnt well known in England but I definately think if you love rap/hip hop music he is one to give 5 minutes of your time to. He has just recently released his debut album Up and Away on June 12 2012 and was a featured artist on the 2012 XXL Magazine Freshman Class. Hope you enjoy the song and the album.

Kid Ink Album can be downloaded from Itunes for £5.99.


Friday, 6 July 2012

Time To Move..... Playstation Move

The technological innovation in gaming has reached new heights, for me nothing comes close to a good game where all my troubles and stress can be released. Whether its in Fifa 12, and im playing as Arsenal and Pumpelling Manchester United 8-2 for last seasons disastrous start to the season, or if its this summer the issues with Robin Van Persie and selling him, gaming is a cool and therapeutic method in this day an age. Therefore me stumbling across the playstation move and these addictive games has added a new level in admoration for the developers at sony.If you never seem to be able to get out of the house and off to the gym, then I recommend the Move Fitness game, its very affordable and surprisingly very affective. Theres a vast amount of different exercises in this game, from jumping jacks to sparing in boxing, from shooting hoops to side lunges, theres a definately enough choice for everyone. If your body conscious and find it hard to go to the gym, but you love to dance, then Dancestar Party and Move Fitness will get you having fun exercising, and more importantly boost self confidence and make it easier for you to make the step to enter the gym. I chose to purchase the Dancestar Party also because of night outs with friends, this game can definately be a great way to get people laughing (ESPECIALLY WITH MY FRIENDS). I also bought The Fight because of the effectiveness of throwing some punches, and seeing someone crumble under the force of my punches to me and for most guys will makes for a fun work out. So I recommend trying these games out

Game Prices vary but can be purchased from Game and all major retailers

Dancestar Party (PS3)= http://www.game.co.uk/en/dancestar-party-153047?pageSize=20&searchTerm=dancestar%20party

Playstation Move Motion Controller= http://www.game.co.uk/en/playstation-move-motion-controller-45096?pageSize=20&searchTerm=playstation%20move%20controllers

The Fight= http://www.game.co.uk/en/the-fight-lights-out-48455?pageSize=20&searchTerm=the%20fight

Move Fitness= http://www.game.co.uk/en/move-fitness-153057?pageSize=20&searchTerm=move%20fitness

Thursday, 5 July 2012

Olivia Olivia Olivia

Thursday the 28th of June, 'the family' was invited for a meal on the house at an Italian restaurant in Norway called Olivia. First time I went to Olivia I was very disappointed with the food and the lack of customer service. Initially we went there to celebrate my birthday late and celebrating that Kristin (my girlfriend) and her sister had finished their bachelor degrees. My sister-in-law was appalled by the bad and cold food as well as a waitor that did not care the slightest about his customers, so she e-mailed the restaurant to explain the situation. The restaurant e-mailed her back to apologise, and invited us to come back and eat a meal including wine and beverages for free. The evening was filled with Prosecco, Red wine, Disaronno for myself and a range of amazing Italian dishes. It started off with multiple trays of different types of hams and

salami's, foccaccia bread, garlic  dressing, olives and green pesto. Meanwhile eating these starters we where still being showered with all types of wine (and dissaronno for me). The Italian tradition suggests that after the starters you are supposed to eat Pizza, a pre main course. We got three large Italian pizza's filled with spicy scampi and beef, another spicy chicken with cheese sauce onions, and a ham based pizza full of a variety of parma hams. The main course included entrecote with baked potatoes and green beans, cod with baked potatoes and cream sauce, pressed veal rolled in breadcrumbs and spices and served with potatoes and rocket. These three meals where served in huge dishes, more than enough for the five of us. After this humungous main course we were stuffed to the max, but  Cappucinos and Ea variety of desserts were served (pannacotta, chocolate sufflĂ©, Tiramisu and several types of ice creams including white chocolate, MY FAVOURITE!!). The desserts were served with espresso's and cappucino's. A once in a lifetime experience. Great food, Great personell and Great atmosphere! I highly recommend this restaurant, however go to the Olivia restaurant in 'Bogstadveien, Majorstuen'!