Discussion in 'The Alley' started by KOzS, Dec 9, 2013.
i could be wrong but thats not what i was taught.
The one or ones previously mentioned or implied, specifically:
a. Used as a relative pronoun in a clause that provides additional information about the antecedent: my house, which is small and old.
b. Used as a relative pronoun preceded by that or a preposition in a clause that defines or restricts the antecedent: that which he needed; the subject on which she spoke.
c. Used instead of that as a relative pronoun in a clause that defines or restricts the antecedent: The movie which was shown later was better.
pronoun referring to a thing, not a person.
I should have said 'to whom', sorry.
Oh yeah, Onyx too.
not nitpicking. sorry. i just have no other input for this thread. every rapper out nowadays is terrible to me, with the exception of nas who is old school, jay-z, same story, and mclemore
and im not even sure if i spelled that right. im old.
Relevant to who?
i recently popped in their first album on it, brings back good memories
Who did you fuck to "SLAM! Duhp-duh-duh, Duhp-duh-duh - LET THE BOYS BE BOYS!" ?
Kendrick Lamar is real nice and his album is great.
nigga said i can't listen to rappers these days
then proceeds to listen macklemore as a rapper he can listen to
so much cac
who didnt I would be easier to answer.
is that what he meant by that mispelling? that gay rapper who talks about having twenty dollars in his pocket?
that's bad for hip-pop, shit ain't considered rap, come at me danny, this ain't sports my nigga.
Just cause you don't like it doesn't mean its not Hip Hop. Personally I can't listen to 99.999999% of RM.com's AEH artists but thats not me saying they're not Hip Hop. Macklemore is Hip Hop pure and simple. I can hear his passion for this art when he's on the mic.
I Said Hey -
But if you love Hip Hop I bet
Its more or less for the same reason
This is it when you spit you exist in that moment
And if you're sick with that gift you then rip it when you perform it
Then all the shit that you live begins to lift off your shoulders
And the audience gets to experience where your soul is
The most amazing feeling rocking a crowd to your anthem
To the front to the back with their motherfucking hands up
Claiming The City -
Now every face tells a different story, a different message
Now how can we judge the book when we don't know the beginning
We don't know what turned 'em to the bottle, or started injectin'
We just see dirty clothes and another bum beggin'
Whatta bout the kid who was an addict the second that his mom was pregnant
Or the young girl who was raped and stripped up, everything sacred
Who now stands downtown walkin' on the block pacin'
cause the only way she knows how to make it, is gettin' naked
We don't want to face it
And it being the fact that the government created the ghetto and gave it crack
To oppress immigrants and blacks, and give 'em more of a set back
Like the last 500 years wasn't enough to accomplish that
Now look at the homeless rate, and tell me to my face the race
Doesn't play an intricate part in your fate in the United States
Now think about your home, and the place that you sleep
And the homeless, who only have the concrete
This is my offering card
The only thing I have to offer is bars
The only time I felt like I was talking to God
Was in my Walkman walking with Nas
Alright see I be going to Sunday school every week
In the back trying to read, but see that something was off
Maybe it was 'cause I was trying to huddle in the yard
Preacher didn't connect when he would mumble the Psalms
I was in my head and I was bustin' with Pac
Takin' off my wifebeater and getting drunk in the park
After that part, I found God, it wasn't Jesus
Some psilocybin and the ink released him
I began to hold communion every time my music came out the speakers I used it
And it fuled my movement I believed in, voice of reason, just me and my Adidas
And I could achieve it, I put my hand over my heart, pledge allegiance
I solemnly swear by the faith that raised my since Kool Herc dropped the needle
The South Bronx, that's hip-hop's Egypt
The word of our God is manipulated and twisted by the same system
That is infiltrated and falsely interpreted Jesus
One life, one love, one God, It's us, treated your neighbor how you would want to be treated
The universal laws of God, don't look too far it's right here, us human beings
The spirits right here and I don't have to see it
Now every time I want to connect with God I put my headphones on
Then I nod, grab my pen, my pad, let it seep in, in
And that's my process
And God's always watching
Got God in my Walkman
Go ahead and top that
If this man's not Hip Hop then nothing I have on my computer is.
And I know this isn't a recommend me thread but I feel the need to up CunninLynguists. You mentioned liking artists putting some thought into their albums. A Piece of Strange does this quite well where it "tells the tale of the pathway to and from sin" as well as their last album Oneirology which focuses on Dreams. It also helps that Kno's production skills are outstanding. Easily the best to come out of the South in the past decade as well as the best artist to appear in a GRB (Deacon The Villain) and go on to make great music.
if i'm going to be honest, i'll say i've only heard one song of his and judged him accordingly.
a shit bloke i am, but that's what i am.
Lol @ evey rapper out nowadays is terrible you fucking jackass
How are any of the MCs I listed in this thread terrible?
im not even gonna argue with you. youre the bottom of humanity's barrel. fuck off.
dont sass me, boy.
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