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It appears Snoop Dogg might switch genres again and change his name to Snoop Demon.
“The only wealth I have to give is not material, and if you need much more than that, I’m not available.”
“My self respect? I leave that In the lost-and-found where the black girls get their weaves back.”
“This is dedicated to all the pretty girls. All the pretty girls in the world, and the ugly girls too, cause to me you’re pretty anyways.”
Fat Trel – Freak A Melody (ft. Wale)
Fat Trel hails from Washington D.C. along with his feature and friend Wale, who signed Trel in 2010 at the time of this mixtape. The sample is my favorite part of this song because it exemplifies of the polarity of a hood rapper with an uncommon indie sample, which is from Hannah by Freelance Whales. The trap/hood rap scene is one of the most grossly overpopulated and watered down music scenes in existence. Fat Trel is no savior, but he keeps his head far above this general cesspool of shit. This is my second favorite song off of Fat Trel’s 2010 mixtape No Secrets. My favorite song, which I already reviewed, is Deep Thought.
My Song Rating: 8.9 out of 10Played 374 times.
Tupac - Thugz Mansion
This song is a classic of classics. Tupac represented more than just hip-hop…he was a goddamn one man movement. This is in my top 3 favorite songs by Tupac, and is one of the reasons Tupac is OBVIOUSLY better than Biggie. Don’t get me wrong, I’m a “big” fan, but he just doesn’t stack up lyrically, or on really any other aspect accept for that Biggie had a more powerful flow. I believe he actually possessed the most hard hitting flow ever.
“A place to spend my quiet nights, time to unwind. So much pressure in this life of mine, I cry at times.”
My Song Rating: 10 out of 10Played 539 times.
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.
“The underground is where it starts and that’s where I live.”
Whatever you do, don’t get hit with her “Shitty Lyrics” attack. It’s super effective against people with good taste in music.
Lauryn Hill - I Get Out
This song of anti-corruption is incredibly powerful. I love this woman. Fuck Nicki Minaj. This is real hip-hop in its most organic form.
“To keep me in this box, psychological locks. Repressin’ true expression, cementin’ this repression. Promotin’ mass deception, so that no one can be healed. I don’t respect your system, I won’t protect your system. When you talk I don’t listen.”