Weckingball, the self-proclaimed “most jacked” skater, pisses off a lot of people. Either because he’s too absurd (taking ‘roids and skating on exercising equipment) or too real (calling out Danny Way for “scraping” on a Mega Ramp manual). But wherever you fall on the Weck spectrum, you can’t deny his ability to give skateboarding a good kick in the nuts.
For his mix, we expected Weck to send over the track lists from Wu-Tang’s Wu-Tang Forever albums or something off Liquid Swords because Weck, whenever he does wear a shirt, always picks a Wu-Tang logo tee with the sleeves ripped off. But in keeping with his wildcard image, he switched it up and hit us with some less basic 90’s hip-hop heat.
If you want to get inside the mind of skating’s greatest heel while he’s pumping at the gym or preparing to troll your favorite pros, here ya go, meathead.
Stream Weck’s mix below, and if you’re into it, download it here while you can.
More Mixes? Check out: Bill Strobeck, Blondey McCoy, Louie Lopez, Nora Vasconcellos, Alltimers, Rodrigo TX, Stefan Janoski, Franky Villani, Pass~Port skateboards, The 69 Mix, Beagle, LurkNYC, Bam Margera, Mike Arnold, Jason Sallilas, or Kevin Rodrigues.
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