The Milk Palace was founded after Bobby Yan, the Executive
Producer of Hip Hop Half Hour, directed a music video by a group called
Liphe Stylez. The name of the song was "Milkman," and wasn't that great.
Since Bobby came down here to edit the video, we were forced to hear this
song, over, and over, and over again. In fact, at one time, we heard this
song for over 15 straight hours! It was really disgusting.
Anyway, after hearing about all this milk, we took it to a new
level; making up remixes (such as the famous R. Kelly remix..) and letting
"milk" take over our lives. Come to think of it, it's really quite sad...
But here we are now, chillin in the Palace. Here's the story of how it
The Milk Palace was founded
here, in Patterson House, in the fall of 1996 by Rob Holder and
Myself. 209 Patterson to be exact. Our phone number even
almost spelled out milk (It spelled "mili," we were hurt). As
roommates in the Milk Palace, we established the Milk Kingdom,
with Rob as King, and myself as Emperor/Royal Nanny to the
Princess of the Milk Palace. And it was ALL Milky.... The Milk Palace extended
from Patterson and incorporated Zemurray Hall into the Milk
Kingdom with the acceptance of Anitra Durand as Queen of the
Milk Palace. It was the first small step of expanding the
Milk Kingdom's domain. Later, Jamahn Lee took over as mayor
of New Milk City (a.k.a. Stadium Place), and now the queen
resides there as well. Last year, Monroe Hall (no
picture available) was home to the Princess
of the Milk Palace, Amaya Dwan Lambert. She now lives in
Warren Hall (pictured), so now the Kingdom has been expanded to
The Milk Kingdom has been growing to incorporate other subjects from across campus. After this year, New Milk City will be on total lockdown, and we will take Newcomb as well. From here on out, everything will be All Milky!!
Brought to you by:
It's All Milky Productions
In association with Milk Palace Studios.
Comin atcha from that 3rd Ward, ya'eardme?
"What's up, faaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahley??"
What you know about that dirty milk?
Anyway, after hearing about all this milk, we took it to a new level; making up remixes (such as the famous R. Kelly remix..) and letting "milk" take over our lives. Come to think of it, it's really quite sad... But here we are now, chillin in the Palace. Here's the story of how it came down.