DaRealChrono

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  • iamchriswang

    COLE WORLD

    14 juin 2013 Répondre
  • IMFire

    much better, and really doesn't work in this instance. Cole labors on and on about how 'hot' he is throughout and this is why he should be respected. Ok, well why? Because you had some successful mixtape/underground shit? Then, save that type of rhyming for guest appearances and mixtapes. Eminem is still a champ when it comes to freestyling and mixtapes. But, he makes great albums that deviate from the "I'm so hot and great" subject matter that floods Cole's album. Overall, what I'm saying is this dude and his fans gave a big wind up for this album, and it didn't deliver.

    20 oct. 2011 Répondre
  • IMFire

    L.A.D. was fascinated with death and who one can trust in the process of earning a living as a hustler. It explores the underside of this life and the resulting psychological evils that makes it such a compelling album. It wouldn't work if it weren't for the stories Big tells that put you, the listener, in the driver seat, and at times, in his head. Same with Illmatic, even though that is more of a walk to through the rough urban life surrounding Nas. You get a narrator that reports his findings and tells vivid stories, and you connect with this character in terms of wanting to get out but maintain a tie to the streets because it's the only life you know. Now, I'm not saying every 'classic' hip-hop album should follow this template, and a large part don't--a lot of classics are just MCs spitting really ill shit with no concept involved. But Cole set the bar to a point where he fails horribly in trying to clear it. The unifying thread --"woe is me"--is truly weak, has already been done

    20 oct. 2011 Répondre
  • IMFire

    Oh really? On 'Mr. Nice Watch' he's not rapping about the luxurious things his money has bought? Like I said, I don't care if you rhyme about money and how much you've got in terms of material things, but do it in a clever and interesting way. Biggie and Hov are the kings of that. When you drop lines like "rap like its Christmas Eve" you aren't doing yourself any favors. I mean, the dude is trying too hard to leave an impression on hip-hop when he doesn't have the substance to back it up. The album starts with an intro, then 'Dollar and a Dream III," which is so reminiscent to the beginning of "Life After Death" in terms of giving a cinematic/epic feel but minus any unifying concept. I mean, the only thing I'm getting is that he's out to prove the doubters wrong and make money while doing it. Fine. Do it, but don't get try to front like you're delivering a classic in the process. What made a "Life After Death," or an "Illmatic" classic were the common threads throughout the album in

    20 oct. 2011 Répondre
  • HumbleGold

    your non-rap-hip-hop taste is pretty pathetic, too. bad charts are bad

    20 oct. 2011 Répondre
  • HumbleGold

    Lil B, Waka, Gucci, & Soulja Boy on auto-pilot > mac miller, j. cole, wiz khalifia, drake, wale, linkin park, b.o.b

    20 oct. 2011 Répondre
  • IMFire

    cont'd...Then, when he throws down battle rhymes, it's the same shit about how much money he's earned and how he can fuck your girl--not delivered with any gusto or clever humor of someone like a Big L. And I applaud the dude for trying to tackle serious subject matter--i.e. "Daddy's Little Girl," "Lost Ones"--but the same subjects have already been tackled in hip-hop by MCs with better storytelling skills. All I'm saying, I wouldn't be arguing against this dude if he or his fans weren't trying to put him on a level reserved for legends. And you seem like a pretty stubborn dude that likes to have the last word, so I'll let you have it and feel like you accomplished something. Because when the smoke clears, and people start naming their favorite MCs, their favorite albums, etc., J Cole won't be mentioned.

    19 oct. 2011 Répondre
  • IMFire

    Listen pa, if I wanted to write my life story, it would take up a number of volumes, and I sure as hell wouldn't be wasting it on someone who wouldn't appreciate it. And check my library--I listen to way more than "90's brick rap." My taste is much broader in the realm of hip-hop and all of music for that matter than probably all of you the jock J Cole. And you're right--Cole's music isn't for me. But I'd have no problem if the dude was sayin he was gonna drop another "Asleep in the Bread Aisle" or "Souljaboytellem.com." No--the dude and his fans said he was gonna drop something in the vein of "Illmatic." And I'm here to call bullshit and say it's the furthest thing from that. I listened to Cole's new album--it's dull. He doesn't color the landscape around him and make you feel grounded in the world he inhabits like Nas did on that album. He doesn't have the vocabulary, flow, or wit of any legendary MC. It's all braggadocio raps about how he feels everyone doubted him, etc. etc.

    19 oct. 2011 Répondre
  • IMFire

    And second, the reason I call Lupe Fiasco and all that shit hip-hop that hipsters and over-privileged dudes like is because of my frame of reference. Go to some college/frat parties, and that's the shit they listen to. When I go home and see old friends, that's not the shit they're into. Whatever. Is it stereotyping on my part? Perhaps. I'm sure a lot of younger and older people in the streets like that shit. But I call it soft because it doesn't hit me. I don't feel it. It doesn't reveal anything deep to me. To me the shit is background, smoke weed, party music. It doesn't motivate me to do anything. Now go listen to some more Chris Brown and stop trying to act like you're droppin knowledge on me.

    19 oct. 2011 Répondre
  • IMFire

    First of all dude, I never brought being white into my argument. I brought being over-privileged in to make a point because a 17 year old hipster had the nerve to call Nas boring. Why? Because he can't relate and listens a lot of shit that I consider boring, hip hop or otherwise. I'm a 27 year old man that grew up in the fuckin ghetto, and I climbed my way out by working hard and staying away from crime and drugs--in most part due to the cautionary tales provided by many of my favorite MCs that were able to articulate the world around me. So check yourself before judging off of a picture. It would be like if I called you a gay, J. Cole dick rider because you have him as your default.

    19 oct. 2011 Répondre
  • Adamska96flow

    COLE WORLD

    3 oct. 2011 Répondre
  • WAdrian

    true that. cole world!

    28 sept. 2011 Répondre
  • wutang8611

    thanks for the add, I like the music selection, be easy

    14 mai 2011 Répondre
  • x3swEEt_aLicEx3

    nice taste :)

    7 fév. 2010 Répondre
  • nellyman19

    ya u right which song do u like the most ?

    18 juin 2009 Répondre
  • nellyman19

    i see you like young jeezy 2 :D

    18 juin 2009 Répondre
  • JaeMega

    NEW V.I.P.

    3 juin 2008 Répondre

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