Growing up in my household there was country music, rock, metal and punk but no rap aloud, funny thing is that RAP is what penetrated the walls of my soul at an early age, it was strictly prohibited for me to listen to it. I can remember being 10 years old with a small tape deck...
really sad because they are allowing kids as young as 10 to rap about killing, sex and smoking weed. The worst part is some of them are smoking weed and holding guns in there music videos. #badparenting.
I went to one of those 99.9% Caucasian suburban white schools.. so if you weren't on Poms, the football team, or listened to Dave Matthews you weren't ****. I remember when I was like 10 listening to the rap radio stations and everyone thought I was crazy. I jus have always...
it's a lot more violent than gansta
Brotha lynch hung is a horrocore rapper who said in one of his song
Eatin' baby brains, baby veins, baby spines
I know they be cryin' when I'm cuttin' off the neck
I'm peelin' off the skin for some bacon-fried croquettes
Let me start off by saying that I love gangsta rap and I dislike a lot mainstream rap. Which is odd for someone like me. Here is why it is odd.
I'm a girl.
I'm from The South.
I live in a safe middle-class neighborhood.
I'm a straight-A...
I love rap. Like IMMENSELY.
lyrics have more meaning in the rap genre. at least that's what i find.
i started listening to rap when i was 12. i heard eminem once and i was hooked. i prefer his freestyles.
it may sound weird but when i write or read, i need loud...
People that know me and/or have seen my blog, know that I listen to rap music more than any other genre of music. But the truth is, I like all genre of music. I listen to rap music so much, I joke around and say I am fluent in urban slang and ebonics.