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Written by guitarist and vocalist James Mercer , it concerns his hometown of Albuquerque , New Mexico and his experiences there in his late 20s. The lyrics are fueled with "angst and confusion," as Mercer was finding himself constantly depressed and disconnected from his friends and scene. The buzz created by the song led to positive press for the group's debut album, Oh, Inverted World. The song began to be licensed in a variety of media beginning in , including various television programs and a McDonald's advert that aired during the Winter Olympics. Although the song never charted on any international charts, it became a sensation following its appearance in the film Garden State , where a character referred to it as a song that "will change your life. Critics were very positive in their assessments of "New Slang", with many calling it one of the best songs from Oh, Inverted World. The song's music video was directed by Lance Bangs , and features shots filmed in Albuquerque and Portland, Oregon.
How poor urban youth in Chicago use social media to profit from portrayals of gang violence, and the questions this raises about poverty, opportunities, and public voyeurism Amid increasing hardship and limited employment options, poor urban youth are developing creative online strategies to make ends meet. But with what consequences? Drillers disseminate this competitive genre of hyperviolent, hyperlocal, DIY-style gangsta rap digitally, hoping to amass millions of clicks, views, and followers—and a ticket out of poverty. But in this perverse system of benefits, where online popularity can convert into offline rewards, the risks can be too great. Drawing on extensive fieldwork and countless interviews compiled from daily, close interactions with the Corner Boys, as well as time spent with their families, friends, music producers, and followers, Forrest Stuart looks at the lives and motivations of these young men. Stuart examines why drillers choose to embrace rather than distance themselves from negative stereotypes, using the web to assert their supposed superior criminality over rival gangs. While these virtual displays of ghetto authenticity—the saturation of social media with images of guns, drugs, and urban warfare—can lead to online notoriety and actual resources, including cash, housing, guns, sex, and, for a select few, upward mobility, drillers frequently end up behind bars, seriously injured, or dead. Raising questions about online celebrity, public voyeurism, and the commodification of the ghetto, Ballad of the Bullet offers a singular look at what happens when the digital economy and urban poverty collide.
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