And like I said on Twitter: fuck that silly ass list. I’m GLAD the big homies wax poetics about this bullshit. The list is just that: a list. Y’all bitches care. Really? It is a LIST from someone that gives their OPINION.
Opinions are like assholes: everyone has one and a lot of them don’t smell good.
For this conversation, we reached out to the DEHH Community for a topic. Here, we discuss negative images that hip hop displays to the general populace and if they are acceptable. At first glance, some of you may immediately answer no but to your surprise, we are slightly divided here. Take a listen to why and let us know what you think in the comment section below.
What I say:
They make great points. Period. And I think you need to watch this.
Well, that video sure did say a lot. Joe Budden went the more “commercial route”. His sales are up. His appeal may NOT be increasing. Just because you have a starring spot on a reality show shouldn’t mean “make music you should leave alone”. Tah, well.
I say “no” because at least one of them are full of shit.
I love Outkast. Please believe that I do. I will never be in denial of that. However, they are only separate because they made that choice. Then again, it is mostly Andre 3000 with this situation. I’m sorry, but $500,000 a show? Come on, man. You go and get that guap and put it in a bank somewhere.
The guys didn’t really fully feel the album. Well, they liked it. However, they thought it should have been better. Game really CAN rhyme. He has a great ear for production. But damn, he sure does imitate other rappers way too much.
Of course, New York is “relevant”. But, they don’t “run things”. They do exist to make music. A lot of hip hop sounds “the same”. I think either Kinge or Fee Foo said this. I agree. A lot of artists aren’t as regional as they used to be.
I thoroughly enjoyed this album. No, it isn’t classic. However, he has plenty of dope ass tracks. Also, the majority of them didn’t get on my nerves. Check the opinions of what the big homies have to say about it all.