Favourite lyrics in a song

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pap posted this 2 weeks ago

Originally posted by dinger

 That song got me into Killer Mike.   R.A.P. Music is one of my favourite albums.   "Anywhere But Here" and "Untitled" have got such serious bass that they make me want to install a massive fucking subwoofer in my car and see how high I can bunny hop on the M6.

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dinger posted this 2 weeks ago

Originally posted by pap

Originally posted by dinger

 That song got me into Killer Mike.   R.A.P. Music is one of my favourite albums.   "Anywhere But Here" and "Untitled" have got such serious bass that they make me want to install a massive fucking subwoofer in my car and see how high I can bunny hop on the M6.

 It's a brilliant album, innit? I don't always agree with him but he gives you a bit to chew over; a thoughtful opinion. And then he gives you Run The Jewels, which is some of the best party music.

pap posted this 2 weeks ago - Last edited 2 weeks ago

Originally posted by dinger

 It's a brilliant album, innit? I don't always agree with him but he gives you a bit to chew over; a thoughtful opinion. And then he gives you Run The Jewels, which is some of the best party music.

 He's a dude.  Saw RTJ at Glastonbury this year.   KM told the crowd to go wild, but specifically told the blokes that if they tried to use this to touch up the ladies, he'd be after them.    It was perfect.

As to the qualities of that album, it avoids most of the tropes associated with the genre.   It's an album of short stories, basically. from the hilarious JoJo's Chillin' to the historical Reagan to the disappointment of having Atlanta's officials, a majority black constitution in a majority black US city, still manages to preside over a city in which black people are disproportionately killed in "Anywhere But Here".

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dinger posted this 2 weeks ago

Originally posted by pap

Originally posted by dinger

 It's a brilliant album, innit? I don't always agree with him but he gives you a bit to chew over; a thoughtful opinion. And then he gives you Run The Jewels, which is some of the best party music.

 He's a dude.  Saw RTJ at Glastonbury this year.   KM told the crowd to go wild, but specifically told the blokes that if they tried to use this to touch up the ladies, he'd be after them.    It was perfect.

As to the qualities of that album, it avoids most of the tropes associated with the genre.   It's an album of short stories, basically. from the hilarious JoJo's Chillin' to the historical Reagan to the disappointment of having Atlanta's officials, a majority black constitution in a majority black US city, still manages to preside over a city in which black people are disproportionately killed in "Anywhere But Here".

 You shared this on Twitter and Killer Mike liked it. I feel all funny inside.

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SaintBristol posted this 2 weeks ago

All the lies that you make up?  What at's the back of your mind?

Oh you face your I can see and it's desperately kind. what's at the back of your mind?

Two Icy cold hands conducting the way, it's the Eskimo blood in my veins.

This way that way, this way that they, god how sex implores you

SaintBristol posted this 2 weeks ago

Wrong lyrics frown

SaintBristol posted this 2 weeks ago

SaintBristol posted this 2 weeks ago

Best lyrical song