Saturday, 20 October 2012

Ayo Chief Keef

Ain't nobody buying into your colder-than-a-Polar-bear's-chode Superthug shtick any more after you've pussied out and pulled the ol' "my Twitter account was hacked!!!" stunt on two separate occasions now, broski. In future you should stick to the party jamz like Hate Bein' Sober because I can't imagine anyone other than David Drake really needs a 100x less catchy facsimile of that song where you Rap like you're out chea on your Denzel at this point, especially when Lil' Durk stays steady bodying you with your own aura :

"..they that violence come back from Rap
they say we the reason that Chicago strapped.."


Lil' Durk - Disappearing
(From Life Ain't No Joke mixtape; 2012)

11 comments:

bradley said...

you listened to the kendrick lamar album yet?

Richard Tre Mane said...

Nah, I don't really fuck with him or that whole crew.

bradley said...

mate, even if you don't check this out then have a listen to the ab soul album.

Fosterakahunter said...

Kendrick Lamar's LP is a snore. Dude can write, but, who cares when you can't hold my attention for more than a few songs into the project. Production didn't even get me going.
On topic, I hope that K(w)eef's people read this blog: a) Because that would create some serious internets beef, ala Bol vs Bun B, and
b) People need to wake up to that fuxx-wit and on with it already. I wonder come release day (if it happens, at this point), will Interscope be looking at their own Columbia/Kreayshawn situation.

David said...

You're tripping if u think "Love Sosa" isnt a total jam that bodies the entire Durk tape (which i also like aside from "I'm On" and 'days of our lives') & im clearly not the only one who thinks so

"People need to wake up to that fuxx-wit and on with it already. I wonder come release day (if it happens, at this point), will Interscope be looking at their own Columbia/Kreayshawn situation."

are u kidding? the buzz on his mixtape from march carried thru the entire year. "Love Sosa" broke a million views in under 2 days.

Charlie W. said...

You are dead wrong, man. I love the Durk tape, God knows, "Ryder" is one of the best songs in recent memory but the only person even close to Keef right now in that lane is SD in terms of autotune goonballads. "Love Sosa" is a dead perfect song and if Finally Rich stays in the same vein as that and "Kay Kay" and "Been the Same." Perfect music. The only thing that even comes close is SD in "Neva Get Boring" and "She Boring." I hope Keef stays with woozy synths forever. "Kobe" has me shook he is going to have too much rap on the tape when he should just work this angle forever.

Edai f. King L "Instagram Fanatic" forever too.

Richard Tre Mane said...

I kept on thinking of a young John Lydon when I was reading about Chief Keef.

Richard Tre Mane said...

So, it turns out the only people who need this song are David Drake and pathetic rappers on Twitter desperately trying to show their that they're down wif da kidz then.

David said...

i understand your contrarianism as i have indulged in similar sentiments myself in comparable situations but ur flat-out wrong here

Fosterakahunter said...

David, how many views did 'Gucci Gucci' tally before Columbia went looking for that broad? You may be interested to know that YouTube counts every view, not unique IP addresses, and so a million will not necessarily translate into a million units sold. I'm from Chicago, and I couldn't even tell you how no one there really even gives a fuxx about these knuckle-draggers.

Fosterakahunter said...

Incidentally, only silly white people and nincompoops are going ga-ga over this sort of artistically bankrupt dreck passing for music these days, and labeling it "perfect". Please.

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