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 0Posted on Aug 21st | re: Run The Jewels - "Blockbuster Night Part 1" (Snippet) (20 comments)

if it’s “corny” to not act like these guys got the HARDEST SHIT IN THE GAME UOENO then i’m corny 4 life

 0Posted on Aug 21st | re: Gucci Mane Gets More Prison Time (4 comments)

“Atlanta rap weirdo-overlord”

lol STOP

 -1Posted on Jul 31st | re: Run The Jewels - "Blockbuster Night Part 1" (Snippet) (20 comments)

lol these guys really do have a corny-ass fanbase huh

 -8Posted on Jul 31st | re: Run The Jewels - "Blockbuster Night Part 1" (Snippet) (20 comments)

There’s bangers and then there’s abrasive trash. Why do you rep for this bullshit, step out of your “all pyoom-pyoom space-age rap is good” bubble for a second goddamn

 0Posted on Jul 26th | re: YG - "Bicken Back Being Bool" Video (29 comments)

Breihan for someone who rightly hates (hated?) on conscious/backpack rap partially for having dull beats, IDK why you don’t have an issue with Mustard’s weak-ass snares and thin synths

 +7Posted on Jun 13th | re: Premature Evaluation: Lana Del Rey Ultraviolence (45 comments)

“and not just for the slut-shaming sexism”

lol stop

 +5Posted on May 31st | re: Justin Bieber - "Looking For You" (Feat. Migos) (43 comments)

I share some of Breihan’s taste in hip hop BUT I think he is too susceptible to what’s “buzzing” at the time, to the point where people he doesn’t care about/actively dislikes initially he starts giving props once they get more ubiquitous. I’m not saying music can never grow on you but I reject this approach because at some point it’s like you’re trying to hard to be “in touch” with the genre. it’s OK to dislike something even if it’s popular or comes from the same “scene” as other rappers you like (Atlanta in this case)

 -4Posted on May 31st | re: Justin Bieber - "Looking For You" (Feat. Migos) (43 comments)

It’d be cool if in a year or so critics admit they were trolling with the Migos praise. Future I get, Young Thug I get, these guys? C’mon dude, repetitive flow, obnoxious voices, terrible hooks. “Populist street rap” should have a limit, these guys aren’t any better than frothy Flo Rida type crap. It just seems like there’s a certain critical approach to rap that’s the mirror image of previous early/mid ’00s underground/backpacker orthodoxy that’s not very discerning.

awful & drony song them aside too

ooo zing

But I never said I don’t like pop. Am I required to like Mariah Carey or Beyoncé’s music if I do?

I post a lot on albums I’m particularly into atm. If a good and “important” new rap album comes out I’d post a bunch on that.

also no one should care about my opinions on anything, or any commenters’ really

I dunno about ridiculous but a cursory skim of this makes it clear it’s not very good. when poptimism goes wrong

But I mean I didn’t like the Beyoncé album either. Or any of the sad indie&B that’s supposed to be the alternative to this sorta thing. So I dunno