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Cro is the stage of German rapper, singer, designer and music producer Carlo Waibel (born January 31, 1990) born in Aalen, Germany.
After attending a vocational school in Stuttgart, Germany, Waibel began recording music when he was 13 after teaching himself how to play the piano and the guitar. Using the pseudonym Lyr1c, the pop and rap singer released two mixtapes for free public download, the first entitled “Trash” in 2009 and “Meine Musik” in 2011. The latter of the two caught the attention of renowned German hip-hop musician Kaas who introduced the rapper to Andrej Schweizer of the independent label Chimperator Productions.
The label announced it had signed a new hip-hop artist and fuelled the speculative buzz before publishing Cro’s name in October 2011. In November 2011 Cro and Chimperator Productions had finished the music video for the song “Easy” directed by Harris Hodovic, which would prove to be the rapper’s biggest commercial success. The video when released on Youtube received over 500,000 views in less than two weeks, and over 12,000,000 views by the start of 2012.
The video and song were released ahead of an upcoming mixtape, along with the tracks “Hi Kids” and “Kein Benz”. The mixtape entitled “Easy” got its released at the beginning of December 2011, and Cro singed to major label Universal Music Publishing Group in early 2012. The release was followed by a tour named “Pandas gone wild!” where the rapper was accompanied by Psaiko.Dino.
Cro’s debut album entitled “Raop”, which is a blend of the words Rap and Pop was released on July 6, 2012, all five singles from the album reached the German Top 100 chart, including “Du”, “King of Raop” and “Meine Zeit”. The album was voted Album of the Year by MTV, and a Swiss Music Award for "Best International Urban Album" as well as being named Newcomer of the Year by iTunes in 2012.
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I bought tickets for this concert before I even came to germany. About 6 months before actually, but 8 months before the concert. I was so excited to experience my first concert ever and not only that but in a foreign country with one of the top artists who helped me learn german.
The line wasnt too long before doors opened and there was hardly anyone at the shirt stand so I was able to get my much anticipated cro shirt and hoodie no problem. Not even too expensive for a concert. 25euro for a tshirt and 50euro for a hoodie.
I was a little confused on where to go but i just asked an employee and he directed me straight there.
During the openers they had a light that was shining directly in my section's faces so we literally could not see anything for that whole hour. This wasnt a problem when Cro came on though.
Throughout the entire even there were no crazy fans running around screaming and causing accidents, which was surprising to me. Maybe germans are more chill with concerts. Or Cro fans.
Cro himself sounded as good if not better life. Perfect voice just wow. He played so many songs and a lot of older ones which i really appreciated.
Overall this was a fantastic concert. So glad my first experience got to be this one.
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Cro is tearing up the German rap scene with his mix of clever lyrics and pop tunes. While more hardcore rappers dominate much of the German scene, Cro brings a lighter, more fun type of rap into the mix, which uses pop elements, a genre he’s named “Raop”. His songs are all upbeat and generally about having fun or picking up pretty girls, so seeing him live is like one giant party. On stage, he always wears a backwards hat with a panda mask and you can’t help but wonder what he looks like under there. But other than the panda mask, he doesn’t have any other weird or outlandish show elements and keeps it all pretty simple. There aren’t any crazy lightshows or dancers; it’s just him and a live backing band. His popularity is undeniable, and every German speaker in the house sings along with every word, especially with his newest hit “Traum” which means dream from the album he released this year, Melodie. But don’t worry if you don’t speak German, because it really doesn’t matter and you will end up dancing along with every track anyway. Hey, maybe you’ll even pick up a few words of German here and there.
Carlo Waibel, better known by his stage name Cro is one of the most exciting rappers to emerge from Germany's underground in many years. With an enticing stage persona and short but solid discography, he commands a huge following whenever he performs and always pull large crowds to his sets when he stops off at festivals. With his recognisable demonic panda head mask, he steps onto stage and the crowd instantly begin to cheer before their sounds are cut off by the thumping bass of the accompanying DJ.
Playing his own brand of music dubbed 'rapop' at times the audience are able to sing along to recognisable hooks whilst at others it is all about Cro demonstrating his freestyling abilities. He keeps the crowd central though to the operation as he definitely seems to perform better when they are onside and engaged. The roars fuel him to perform with further energy and aggression and as he jumps, they jump proving he has made a solid connection. Finishing on his number one single 'Whatever' the whole audience is jumping and singing, hoping Cro never has to leave the stage.
Amazing show! Great performances, perfect sound,really good light and fire show. Cro was absolutely perfect. Traveled for his concert from another state and I will do that again.Just the audience was kind of boring.
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Posted: January 17, 2024 | Last updated: January 17, 2024
Burger King fans can score a super cheap croissan'wich in honor of National Croissant Day
It’s easy to wake up on the right side of the bed when you score a breakfast deal.
On Jan. 30, Burger King customers will have a happy start to their day with 1-cent croissant breakfast sandwiches.
Burger King's croissan'wich sandwiches is a staple on the fast food spot's breakfast menu . The standard version stacks a sausage patty, bacon or ham with eggs and American cheese on a croissant. But options like the double sausage, egg and cheese croissan'wich or the fully loaded croissan'wich pack more protein in eat sandwich.
Members of Burger King's loyalty program Royal Perks will have access to the deal, which is in honor of National Croissant Day. The only catch: You need to place an order of at least $1 online or through the Burger King app or online at BK.com during regular breakfast hours. The offer is not usable on delivery orders.
Burger King will also celebrate National Pie Day on Jan. 23 with free Hershey Sundae Pies. The $1 purchase minimum also applies to the dessert freebie.
More chain restaurants are rolling out deals for national food holidays . Panera is celebrating National Soup Month this January with $1 soup deals.
The chain of bakery-café fast food restaurants is offering up a cup of soup for $1 when purchased with an entree. All customers have to do is use code SOUP when placing an online order.
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Panera is also giving out 1,000 sandwiches for free to celebrate the launch of two new Sourdough Melts — the Bacon Avocado Melt and the Southwest Chicken Melt. On Jan. 17, 1,000 free Sourdough Melts will be available on the Panera app with code BREADSOGOOD. There is no purchase necessary, but customers do have to be a MyPanera member to get the deal.
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Golf is a mental game.
Sure, you need boatloads of skill to compete on the PGA TOUR. But the difference between the 50th-ranked player in the world and the 650th player in the world is, in reality, not that much when it comes to skill.
What makes a player truly elite is marrying their physical skills with their mental ones.
Each week there are factors in a golf tournament that put the mental game to the test—obvious ones like the straight pressure of competing for millions of dollars and other, more granular moments.
A gust of wind after impact, a bump on a green, a weird hop, a divot. External factors are seemingly outside a player's control.
The key moment for any golfer comes after. How do they deal with adversity? How quickly can they let go of an issue? Can they minimize damage and get back on the horse?
Now The American Express has a different mental component of its own. It will be a scoring shootout. We all know this. And I have some key stats to focus on later in the column. But don’t underestimate the fact that players face three different courses and the effect on mindset this can have on individuals.
Key stats for picking winner at The American Express
PGA WEST's Pete Dye Stadium Course is the host, but we also see each player play at La Quinta Country Club and the Nicklaus Tournament Course before a 54-hole cut and a final round back at the Stadium.
Historically, the Stadium Course has played a little harder than the other two. TOUR officials have worked hard to find a natural parity between the three, but only so much can be done.
Plus, perception can be part of all of this.
If the players perceive one course to be the easiest, they may think they "have" to take advantage. This brings aggressive decision-making which — if executed — produces low scores.
In the last seven trips to The American Express, four of the winners played La Quinta on the opening day. Two played the Nicklaus Tournament and just one started at the Stadium Course.
Through 36 holes last year, 13 of the top 20 players had played La Quinta on day one and the Stadium Course on day two. They had earned their confidence ahead of hitting the Stadium. After three rounds, 10 of the top 20 were those who played Stadium in the third round, riding their fast starts and momentum.
“There is no question a mental edge getting off to a hot start on La Quinta,” said former PGA TOUR winner Greg Chalmers. “Basically, it's like the energy of the week is flowing in the right direction out of the gate.
“The fact is there is less trouble or water at La Quinta, so if you are a little offline, you might still recover, but the Stadium is full of water and you can’t recover from there unless you’ve got gills.”
Chalmers says the mentality in a shootout is a challenge in and of itself. And when you add the dynamic of needing to chase a score, it can get away from you.
“It’s a different kind of mental grind in a shootout,” Chalmers adds. “It really like you can't make one mistake out there because a bogey feels like a triple. Everyone's going so low and people think that's easier but, in a sense, sometimes it can feel harder.
“On a Bethpage Black if I bogey the first it's not like the end of the world because a lot of people are going to bogey the first. Shootouts are a real test of your patience. It’s one thing to start on the easier course and try to start well … it’s a whole other thought process to come there on the third day knowing you have to go low.”
If we look closely, we can find some examples from last season. Sam Burns started on the Stadium Course and shot an 8-under 64 to be T2 only behind a 62 from Davis Thompson at La Quinta. He was heading to La Quinta knowing he had the chance to surge ahead.
“Just going out there and trying to have a good game plan and sticking to it," Burns said ahead of his second round. "I think La Quinta is a great golf course. People say it's really easy, but at the same time it's still a golf course and you have to go execute.”
This sounds like a good mindset. He knew he still had to execute … But, he also tipped his hat by admitting he’d heard it was “easy.”
Hindsight can tell us it’s possible Burns saw Thompson’s number and went out chasing something similar. He opened his round birdie-birdie and then stalled. Frustration grew as he pressed. In the end, it was a 2-under 70, and he went from two back to eight back.
“When you play at Torrey Pines a 7-iron to the middle of a green might be a great shot,” Chalmers adds. “But at The American Express, a 7-iron to the middle of a green probably sucks comparatively. You have to go at flags and make putts and with every shot that’s not near perfect, it feels like others are pulling away. That can snowball.”
Last season, Robert Streb shot 1-under on Stadium to open. At La Quinta, he got aggressive and dropped three shots in his opening three holes. Essentially his tournament was over.
So, with this knowledge, I will be leaning heavily on players who start at La Quinta in Round 1 before the Nicklaus Tournament course in Round 2 and the Stadium in Round 3.
Getting in play off the tee is always important, but the fairways in this event are notoriously some of the easiest to find all season. Scrambling is also critical, but it is one of the easiest weeks to do so with fewer problems around the greens.
With a shootout in play, we should also look at scoring stats like Birdie or Better Conversion Percentage . The reality is, if you’re not moving forward, you’re in reverse.
Just for good measure, I’ve weighted Par-5 Scoring as there’s no doubt players must make moves on the longer holes or risk getting left behind.
I keep going back to this well and getting close with no cigar, but with the numbers popping, I just can’t let Xander Schauffele (+1100 at BetMGM Sportsbook) go here. First, Schauffele will start at La Quinta. Last year, he opened with a 65 and closed with a 62 to be T3. On top of this, Schauffele was first on TOUR last season in Birdie or Better Percentage, fourth in SG: Approach the Green, fifth in SG: Putting and 13th in Par-5 Scoring.
Xander Schauffele's incredible hole out for albatross at The American Express
The top two betting favorites, Scottie Scheffler (+550) and Patrick Cantlay (+1000), also pop in the key stats. Scheffler ranked first on TOUR last season in SG: Approach the Green, was 10th in Birdie or Better Percentage and second in Par-5 Scoring. He has a third here in 2020 and was T11 last year. But until Scheffler produces a top-notch putting week, I can’t advocate him in a shootout at such short odds.
Cantlay, who has finished 26th-9th-2nd-9th in his last four starts at The American Express, was first in Par-5 Scoring, eighth in Birdie or Better Percentage and 18th in SG: Approach the Green. At nearly double Scheffler’s odds, this is a better bet.
But neither is getting my second outright slot. Instead, I’m looking to Tony Finau (+3300) with some juicier odds than those at the very top. Finau was fourth back in 2021 and probably should have won. He ranked fifth last season in SG: Approach the Green, was 15th in Birdies or Better Percentage and 10th in Par-5 Scoring.
Others to consider in the outright markets who start at La Quinta include Chris Kirk and Rickie Fowler at +4000 , but I’ll slot the pair as place options.
Kirk has been in form, winning The Sentry and contending again at the Sony Open in Hawaii. He may keep the heater going, so the +320 for a Top 10 looks promising, especially given he was T3 a year ago.
Fowler let me down at The Sentry. And he only has one previous Top 20 at The American Express, but he popped on all my key stats so I’m prepared to give him some love around the +175 for a Top 20 . But consider yourself on notice, Rickie.
To be honest, I couldn’t help but see the South African duo of Erik van Rooyen (+10000) and Christiaan Bezuidenhout (+12500) at long odds and do a double take. Van Rooyen is a recent winner on TOUR and finished T6 at The American Express last season. Bezuidenhout was T11 and can get on a serious heater with his putter at times.
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Easy (Cro song)
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" Easy " is the debut single of German rapper Cro . A pop and rap song, it was produced by Cro, and the lyrics and musical composition are also attributed to him. It was first released on the internet on 23 November 2011, was later released on his mixtape Easy , which was available for free download, and later re-released as the lead single from his debut album Raop on 23 March 2012 through Chimperator Productions.
"Easy" attained commercial success, reaching number two in Germany and number 4 in Austria. The song was promoted by an accompanying music video directed by Harris Hodovic. It reached Platinum in Germany in October 2012.
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- Intro - I Can Feel It Play Video
- Hi Kids Play Video
- Genau So Play Video
- Du Play Video
- FACETIME LUV Play Video
- HEY LOVE Play Video
- Die Welt gehört dir Play Video
- I Know Play Video
- FEELINGS Play Video
- Blessed Play Video
- Dein Song Play Video
- Glücklich Play Video
- Ein Teil Play Video
- hoch Play Video
- ich liebe... Play Video
- Fall auf Play Video
- Einmal um die Welt Play Video
- Intro (Raop) Play Video
- King of Raop Play Video
- Hey Girl Play Video
- Allein Play Video
- Bad Chick Play Video
- ALLES DOPE Play Video
- nie weg Play Video
- so bad Play Video
- Meine Gang (BANG BANG) Play Video
- Traum Play Video
- unendlichkeit Play Video
- Easy Play Video
- letzter song Play Video
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