My only problem is the title. It's "a lot" not "alot," Vic.
He is such a faggot if he thinks his shit is the "There's A Riot Goin On" of the current day and that's why he called it that.
Fucking rich boy from the Chicago suburbs, I hate him. He's not a very good rapper and this tape blew cock.
I don't think he was rich, middle class, sure. But I don't see what that has to do with the music.
I personally liked it and I'm excited for Traffic. I thought he was trash ever since Feel That but this made me regain a sliver of hope.
Does /mu/ like Odesza?
So Ween finally clicked for me. I really loved Quebec and The Mollusk, and I've got White Pepper going right now and it's awesome. Should I just get everything they ever did?
Also general Ween discussion thread. Favorite albums/tracks, etc. Exactly Where I'm At is my current favorite track although ti's still new for me.
Stereogum nu-male comment section said it's because he's black and the French are racist, are they right?
Is she right?
what do you think of random access memories?
Anyone out there?
Their second album was fucking terrible so I decided to only ever listen to the first one and EP. Do they still do glam rock bullshit?
Also OP how about actually contributing to your thread instead of waiting for other people.
The first rap song i enjoyed was 'Garbage' by Tyler, off of GTA V. i was put the fuck off by the vulgarity, but then started to fucking love it. Wolf is essentially what got me into listening to music, and also s/o to Earl
Kaleidoscope by Tiesto.
Got me into Trance, and the feat with Tegan and Sara got me into indie. 7 years later and i listen to all genres except country and have a shit ton of albums in my collection.
How can this be considered Kendrick Lamar's "magnum opus" when so many people worked on the album? Kendrick is almost overshadowed by features and co-writers on this album, and the production credits are huge. Not to say it isn't a great album, but I think it should be seen more as a success of current music and popular culture and less of one single person
A writer isn't necessarily someone who writes bars for the artist. Producers, background vocalists, featured artist, people who inspired the artist in some manner (sometimes) are credited as writers.
Regardless, I don't view that as devaluing the project in any way. These people on the album are tools and paints that the painter utilizes to paint his artwork.
Is it just me or have most of the "big" albums of 2016 been slightly underwhelming? 2016 has been the year of "good not great."
How can this be considered Kanye West's "magnum opus" when so many people worked on the album? Kayne is almost overshadowed by features on this album, and the production credits are huge. Not to say it isn't a great album, but I think it should be seen more as a success of current music and popular culture and less of one single person.
What are some artists who are entry-level but also """patrician"""
5x5 rate rec assume
Thinks they're more deep than they really are
Has the suburban blues
you have low self esteem
you like olives
you've had many girlfriends/boyfriends
"HOW DOES IT FEEEEEEEL?"
>wish we could turn back time
>to the good ol' days
What's /mu/'s opinion on this gentle soul?