Real heads had this off Westwood back in the Denzils, but i ain’t never seen footage!!, Love the energy as people hear the punchlines for the first time..Finesse is clunky, but who really out there does it better..
Lordz of the Underground didn’t know who they were fuckin’ with, with that “yes, Mr funky-man”, those fellas better cut it out.
Whilst checking out this Harry Fraud producer guy , i stumbled on this, expecting to hate it, due to the two gentleman rhymers, but, no, this is that dope right here, and i surrender my now former opinions about both dudes.
i was sleeping on them, but at least i’m honest. and open minded.
Maybe it is hip hop for white people (it seems), by a white Dude, But wasn’t Hip Hop supposed to be about everyone integratin’, and just cutting to the good bit?
Player hate all you want…I give you, the New Mac Miller.
it’s 2012. Instead of jocking bad house music, like all your other favourite rap singers, young Malcom is actually doing something innovative, like stepping away from street based lyrics/imagery, doing his own thing, and stepping the production values way the fuck up at the same time..this could be/is, BIG, like Tom Hanks..
Jerm cooks up something that wouldn’t be out of place at magic city, complete with jokes or shots fired? Rick Ross adlibs, some southern 808 and a sharpened up flow.
His intonation definately has come on, he sure sounds surer than before, adapting the flow to the beat nicely.The 808 snaps,my favourite feature of Big Jerm’s shit, are probably better that Lex Luger’s, (yup., i said it) .
Hate Away, but it’s a sunny day, and i’m not listening..
that Hip Hop is not only alive and well in 2012, but positively thriving in the stweets of new york..yes, a lil rough round the edges, but hey, that Run DMC sweatshirt will shut your hating ass down…TJ Mizzel, rocks very w.e.l-l..