Pleasantly surprised, although that's probably cause I was expecting nothing at all. Kendrick Lamar's having his moment right now, and he definitely deserves it.
Digging: The Velvet Underground - The Velvet Underground
yeah this track is decent. i like the beat
production is ace. lamar does well as usual, and 50's not bad either
Digging: Yellowcard - Lift a Sail
thought this guy finally faded into obscurity
Digging: Submotion Orchestra - Alium
make $150 mil in three years and disappear
nah he turned into a business entrepreneur type person. He seems like a decent, humble guy. He is even going to donate a portion of the record's profit to food for children type charities.
He tried to rival Dre's Beats headphones and did an ok job, still way overpriced for a logo.
Puff Daddy now bringing a water drink out. Records not selling as well these days..
i'd give this a strong 2.5
Aside from the slightly bumping beat this is average in every way
far better than anything made in the massacre and curtis era.
kendrick's gonna become so bad now
become?? or remain......
50's rapping was surprisingly not awful but i still can't stand his voice
Not gonna lie man, 50 Tyson looks just like 50.
Video is stupid. Song is nice. I like the beat and chorus so maybe 50 can make a decent comeback.
Hot ass beat clap
Digging: 0edit - Neotokyo
Hmm, 50's voice sounds lighter...and holy hell does he not age?
But he sounds good with Kendrick on this beat.
50 is semi-tolerable here and lamar does a good job, track is ok specially if you compare this with shit like ayo technology and candy shop.
I dont remember the last time I heard 50 put effort into a song before, but is it a hit?
never actually thought he was a good rapper
i liked this.
Digging: Milo - A Toothpaste Suburb
That was a fun album
I'd love this if not for the awful lyrics.
who gives a flying fuck
Digging: Banks - Goddess
what kinda bitch nigga bitch look like that
shit sounds better than anything 50's put out for years. Was never a huge fan of his stuff, but this is a definite step up from The Massacre and Curtis-era material.
The beat is pretty good but somebody needs to tell him the whole gangsta rap era is over.
Think I'll skip this one.
Song's alright, nothing special.
Digging: Mounties - Thrash Rock Legacy
yeah man this theme for rap vids and rap in general is so fucking tired. sad to se KL feature on such garbage
Better than lil' wayne