spikestoyiu - 2014-07-07 A lot of it is the same just like a lot of country music is the same these days. Just like pop punk is the same. The satire wouldn't work if there wasn't a degree of truth to it. Shit like this makes up a huge chunk of hip-hop these days and it sucks to type that because I grew up in hip-hop's golden era (in my opinion at least). But what sells these days is SO DUMB.
And now I had to stand up for Gmork. May as well go second amendment myself.
EvilHomer - 2014-07-07 Not all black people are like this, but most successful rappers are.
Think of this like Gangnam Style. It's satire, but it's so close to reality that an outsider could easily miss the joke.
The Mothership - 2014-07-06 Which one is Mumbles McBluePajamas, he's great.
infinite zest - 2014-07-06 This is perfect. If only Loiter Squad was half as inspired as this was.
infinite zest - 2014-07-06 Odd Future's pretty cool, especially Earl Sweatshirt (his solo record "Doris" is one of the best hip hop records since Operation Doomsday IMO.)
lotsmoreorcs - 2014-07-07 i just saw trash talk in brooklyn with cities aviv and earl sweatshirt as the special guest, he did "pre" from doris and brought the fucking house down!!! such good shows!! also caught nothing in manhattan