Aight, I want to open up this debate. There's a message in D. Respect's new video, were he pretty much claims Lupe's response to K Dot was "unnecessarily intricate". I quote him: "That's the point if I have to have every line spoon fed to me by rap genius..how good were the lyrics? what if rap genius didn't exist? is your loyalty of Lupe contingent on a website?" I'm a big Lupe fan myself and even though he is not as simple as Too Short or Ice Cube, I like him. I like what he does. I like how he says something but in a whole different way. I like the approach he has, I like finding the different meanings of a line, or listening always and finding another meaning. I like that shit. Another example, GFK. I kid you not, first time I heard Supreme Clientele I was reading along and I was like... "What?" most of the time. I had to read without the song, just to understand each line and I actually liked that. Because even thought I didn't understand at first sight, it was still dope... and when I understood it was dope in another level, and sometimes people interpret the lines however they want to interpret them, and I think that's another dope thing. So, personally I love that shit.. I love when I don't understand shit right off the bat. And I don't get all defensive when I don't understand shit, I just vibe to it if I can and then try to find the meaning, like I'm digging into the song, and it grows on me. I like that shit.. But I want to know what you guys think. You hear a rap song, you don't understand squat.. What you think about that?