Can you stomach this?

This topic contains 3 replies, has 2 voices, and was last updated by  Mr.Children 4 months, 2 weeks ago.

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  • #2174

    smokeybandit
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    I recently worked on a new track called “Left Or Right (It Doesn’t Matter)”.  The song is not for the faint of heart and the message is clear and vindictive to my style of Hip Hop.  I submitted this track along with “Lemme Be” for Crowd Review on ReverbNation.  Still waiting for the results of the review.  Check out the track and let me know what you think?

    http://trubold.com/leftorright

  • #2175

    Mr.Children
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    I don’t feel that most hip hop music benefit anybody…especially minorities. One of my favorite group is a rap group that raps about murder and drugs a lot. In the last few years, I’ve just been on an uptrend and improving. Now when I listen to rap, it’s just filth. It doesn’t benefit me to listen to rappers use profanity, complain about life, or brag about hoes. I have no problem with people listening to it….but what I can say is that if somebody is struggling in life or not getting to where they want to be…..doesn’t hurt to drop the rap music and listen to to more positive music or audio books.

  • #2206

    smokeybandit
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    You can’t judge an entire genre and say it’s all bad.  There are good and bad.  It’s all part of being an artist.  Hip hop is cool, I like it.  What you hear on the radio is only the top 1-3 songs from an album.  You need to listen to an artist’s entire album to really get to know the artist.

    • #2209

      Mr.Children
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      Well, what percentage of rap music doesn’t have parental advisory sticker on it? What music are you talking about? Give me a list of rap songs and artists that doesn’t use profanity, doesn’t talk about booty, complain, and blame society?

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