Dude you can't honestly say he is wrong. Name a big name rapper that is portraying a positive message and not referencing drugs, sex and crime. Macklemore maybe and most "hip-hop heads" don't see him as true hip-hop
Why is that? He's not really my cup of tea, but I don't understand how he isn't hiphop.
I'm sorry phlysac but this seems like the most appropriate and the most inappropriate time to post this song so I might as well go for it lol. One of my favorite cruisin around songs right now. So catchy.
rap and most "hip-hop heads" see him as radio rap for white girls, not real rap
And your honest opinion as to why that is?
Originally Posted by OSUGiants17
What kinda kids are you counseling that haven't heard of Thrift Shop or Can't Hold Us? Those songs are on the radio and tv all the time.
The type of kids I've been talking about in this thread, that are becoming more and more common. Inner city, no structure in their lives, living a video-game and hip-hop glamorized lifestyle, by-any-means-necessary.
The type of kids that think if you're not Chief Keef, or spray AKs, ratchet berettas, or catch bodies, then you're cornball and not real.