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#121 nervous

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Posted 23 July 2014 - 06:18 PM

About the interviews...

 

You're right, the Madlib interview clips were damn good particularly as he doesn't do many. Kanye didn't really have anything to say, seems like he's got a habit of speaking shit but selling loads of records. Not sure why Tyler was there either. Earl's appearance was short and to the point. Kweli and J Rocc on there were both good and spoke sensibly. Prince Paul maybe not so sensible. Along with Kanye, ?uestlove and Mike D seem pretty much regulars in hip hop documentaries (Beats, Rhymes & Life, The Art of Rap, Sample This).

 

Pretty average that all of the DOOM and a fair bit of the Dilla footage was taken straight off youtube.



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Posted Yesterday, 09:54 PM

Kanye's interview on here, if anything, gives him even less credibility as far as i'm concerned.  the fact that he not only knows about this whole avenue of underground hip-hop, but concedes that Dilla is much, much better than he will ever be makes his paparazzi "I'm GOD" shenanigans all the more contrived and embarrassing to watch.



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Posted Today, 11:18 AM

He is a bit of a chameleon and not just cad or he is a cad because he is a chameleon.   Fact is:  He is soft.

I tried listening to him early in his career on account of the City and some interesting folk that he was recording at-

But, I kept wondering why I had to read about him in our cool (at the time free) paper.  I said cool, he's on that soul tip and his mathematics are correct...First album drops, he breaks away.   Album represents appropriately, second the same.   

 

That "You don't come up to some one from Chicago like that..." makes we want to puke.  Some of these dudes are straight cornballs with their talk.






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