I think after watching this, everyone must agree that Lil B creates some of the most insanely catchy hooks. Regardless of genre, he is a great songwriter.
Congratulations, that may well be the stupidest thing I've ever read. Give yourself a gold star.
If he did what you suggest then he'd just be like everyone else. As it is, he's a singular artist that can't be compared to or matched by anyone else.
3:39 that kid really can't believe he is actually meeting "THE BASEDGOD".
Well I like modern music too. The fact that you think it's easy to make beats like J Dilla's just shows an ignorance to the qualities of that style of music. If it's very easy to make, I'd like you to produce a good hip-hop beat and link me to it. If you like modern music then what of Steve Reich? It may be heavily repetitive, but like hip-hop, there is beauty in the subtle changes that occur over the course of the piece.
I always thought a hipster was just a young person who kept up with popular and underground culture through watching a lot of films, listening to a lot of music and keeping up with fashion. To me it almost describes everyone of my generation.
I prefer agnostic, humanist and Zarathustrian hip-hop to be honest.
The difference between stranger and friend is not one based on the colour of one's skin though. I've seen a few of these Vlad videos and the people I feel speak the most sense are Fat Joe and Too Short.
I've had some great experiences since almost all I own is band shirts. Met this poet who'd collaborated with Merzbow and some dude outside a venue from my Merzbow shirt, met someone on the first day of university who had on a Black Flag t shirt, someone at a Lil B concert complimented my Boris shirt. They seem to just spark up conversations. Gives me an incentive to keep wearing them.