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I admit to 'chilled out music' type people, rap is hard to follow usually. I'm just a very high-strung individual especially with my taste in music so I need a 'pump' or 'keep up with this' thing to it to stimulate me.
Slow rap is usually just 'bad' or it is 'sad' and you're not a 'sad vibe' individual and I don't wanna give you bad rap.
Not familiar with the rapper, though I listened and liked that song. I'll check him out more
When you wade past the sea of swag and fake gangsta crap rap is actually full of intellectual content. Rap music is structurally designed to place emphasis on the lyrics making it the best for mixing poetry with music.
Some rap is crap--just like some Philosophy is garbage. However, there are some powerful messages in other songs--just as some Philosophy is very powerful. It is always the person(s) wielding the craft that make the distinction