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I guess I am one of the lucky ones to never have heard dubstep
I'm sure you've heard it, just didn't realize it was dubstep because you don't care, much like me. I've heard it, but didn't realize what it was until one of my friends who is a musician told me that "style" had a name, and it was dubstep.
I am so sick of the techno takeover. It's weird to me how mainstream techno/raving/ecstasy are.
Funny story, I was at the bar with a bunch of work friends on Friday, and a friend of mine was like "yo, I have a P2 of M, you wanna split it with me?" Me, being naive, assumed he was talking about MJ, and said "P2? Really?" And he acted like it was totally enough to feel anything. I told him I'd get back to him. Later, he pulls the M out and I'm looking at it like WTF is that? Then it hits me. M meant MDMA. Then I was like hell no man, we work tomorrow. I knew of a couple of my friends who had tried it, but didn't think anyone would try it while relaxing at a bar with a few beers. It wasn't a nightclub or anything.
this. so this. it's like the garbage rap takeover ~10 years ago (i don't know if radio-rap is still god awful, as we don't really have radio stations in denver anymore).
Sadly, techno has taken over hip hop, too. Imagine the garbage hip hop takeover of the 2000s, combine it with even worse R&B/poppy songwriting, and add terrible techno samples as the beats. That is the state of hip hop right now.
This is why someone like Kanye West can be considered a "genius."