I’m officially going to be working on some projects with the people over at Real Hip-Hop Heads.
You should definitely give them a like to help show them some support.
Blake Anderson & Earl Sweatshirt
Macklemore & Childish Gambino
Hello Wu-Tang Kitty
“Fuck the money, fuck the fame, this is real life…an insight to my trill life”
“Fuck a rat race, take the cheese, jack cheddar from the make believe, break the trees on they eighth CD. Rockin the red and black lumberjack faithfully. I’m a Brooklyn nigga, basically.”
Eminem recorded Lose Yourself on the 8 Mile set in a portable studio, and nailed the recording of all three verses in one take.
17 year old Biggie Smalls freestyling like a boss
Joey Bada$$ vs Earl Sweatshirt
(East Coast vs West Coast)
Overall I’d have to go with Earl Sweatshirt. Both Joey and Earl are only 18, but they are already some of the best lyricists in the game. Earl is on anther level though. The amount of time and effort he puts into his verses is astounding. I also love both of their flows, but I prefer Earl’s froggy marbled flow to Joey’s sharp New York style flow.
In the end though we’re all winners if this is what the future of hip-hop holds. Joey and Earl are going to have amazing careers, and I have a good feeling once they perfect their craft they’ll be cranking out hip-hop classics left and right. They’ve already more than proven themselves capable of such a feat.
These are some of my favorite songs by both artists that I’ve posted thus far.