illustrating the change in culture
Onfroy was confirmed dead at 5:40 p.m.
Whatever “dragon energy” is I’m almost sure it’s the only common ground Kanye and Trump have
more than just a song
The Rap Year Book: The Most Important Rap Song From Every Year Since 1979, Discussed, Debated, & Deconstructed By Shea Serrano
‘I just tried to pick the songs that incited some sort of change or were indicative about something that was happening that was bigger than rap itself,’ he explained to the Daily Beast. ‘So, in some cases it would be something like how The Breaks by Kurtis Blow had a chorus, so that’s an easy one that had to do specifically with rap. But then there are other songs like Fight the Power by Public Enemy, its contributions are bigger than rap. So I was just looking for those sorts of moments to pinpoint in each year.’
Street artist Jay Shells has taken over the streets of the city, posting these red signs displaying the quotes of famous rap songs, at strategic places. He apparently did the same thing in New York City – but needed a car to accomplish the same thing in LA
Hell, “The Real Roxanne” is scarier than Kendrick
You read the most abhorrent and choking sentences in rap songs, why was this more offensive than anything else going on in this world? How is this worst than Eminem saying in ‘As The World Turns’: ‘All I wanted to do was rape the bitch and snatch her purse..’
‘Scientology’s being toasted by a midget with a blowtorch / Pretender to the throne he’s just a big-ass pain in the zorch / The Wizard of Oz / Cowering behind his curtain / His lies have no end, Of that you can be certain / Dave and his BFF little Tom / These half two men / Think they’re really the bomb / But I couldn’t take their shit no more / So I said ‘Fuck you’ and walked out the door’.
But that isn’t where Killer Mike is at ALL THE TIME. On RAP Music, he is too hard, on stage he is something else jumping off the stage and spending the last two songs dancing and rhymin’ with us, his arms around a fan, going round and round and round.
It’s passionate and realistic, not like what rap is normally perceived as- money and fame and women.
Take no prisoners