#1 has been my favorite rapper since I started listening to music overall wayyy before I was really even into rap. Lil Wayne. People loveeee shitting on Wayne for "weird lyrics" or whatever but on the real it makes me appreciate him even more. What I mean is if u hear a basic line from Wayne u would overlook and then say u hear it again over and over and u finally will catch a metaphor in that same line cuz most of his shit will go over ur head. Lmao this caption finna be long af but fuck it. So the other day I was listening to "God Bless Amerika" off IANAHB2 and he said "but what's appealing to me is under banana trees." I've heard that song over a hundred times but the other day when I heard it again I caught that "appealing (peeling) banana" entendre for the first time and was like how tf I never catch that before. Anyway if u think Wayne trash u just schleep.
Oh and if u think it's impressive how rappers like Jay have stayed relevant all this time just know Wayne signed to Cash Money in 1991, that's the same year Tupac debut dropped. Think about that
WHERE IS WAYNE IN UR FAVS? KEEP IN MIND THESE ARE MY FAVORITE RAPPERS RANKED, NOT MY GOAT LIST
Having to watch #xxxtentacion decline in every aspect of his life is really just becoming embarrassing to watch at this point.
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So what we get drunk?
So what we smoke weed?
We’re just having fun
We don’t care who sees
So what we go out?
That’s how its supposed to be
Living young and wild and free
Snoop Dogg & Wiz Khalifa ft. Bruno Mars Young, Wild & Free #late808
LEMME PUT SOME OF Y'ALL ON TO THIS UNDERRATED HEAT.
I already know some of y'all gonna ask, "Song? What song is this?" I gotchu my Nigga. This song is called Green Light by John Legend & Andre 3K. I really want a solo album from 3stacks man😒 I already consider him top 5.... But I feel like he drop a solo masterpiece on a nigga. He gonna be #1 no debate for me.
Favorite Songs: Everybody & Mos Definitely.
Review: This album is by far Logic's worst project right next to Bobby Tarantino. I do think he gets his point across, but it's not good. That's not to say this album is complete garbage, but it is to everyone that can't relate to it. It feels like a forced album in my opinion. To be completely honest, I was ready to give up on it after the first minute of the Intro. The Second song "Everybody" is my favorite on the album even though he repeats that topic throughout the album. You're biracial we get it man... "Take It Back" is more of the same, just beating a dead horse. Black Thought & Chuck D saved the sixth track "America." The 8th track "Mos Definitely" was good mainly, because of The first verse then after that meh... Waiting Room is the best track on the album, and Logic didn't even have to rap, it simply explained everything. The next track "1-800" is commercially the best track, it doesn't mean it's great though. It has a powerful message, but I can't relate to it so it's just pure corn to me. I enjoyed the ending. J. Cole had the best verse on the album.
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