lil something for all my transplants in nyc and everywhere else…
"I like rap in general, indie or otherwise, as long as its skillful. Kendrick Lamar, who’s on a major label put out one of the best albums of 2012. So I don’t like to recognize those imaginary boundaries. Indie has become the new mainstream anyway. As someone who doesn’t have a record deal I enjoy a certain freedom in creating what I want, when I want. We book our own shows. We financed our own record. It might be cool to release music on a larger platform burning through seven figure budgets and hot publicists and spilling condiments from drippy $50 burgers on label conference room tables. But that model is basically a dinosaur at this point. Especially considering the type of music I make versus the majority of what major labels release as rap music. A group like Death Grips is really interesting to me though. I wonder what would make a major label like Epic Records take a gamble on a group that defies categorization the way that Death Grips does. Is it hope for the future of major labels? Is it an experiment to poach from indie culture? Who knows. Regardless, with or without a label, I’m still gonna be an artist and writer."
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shhhhh shhh lil mama i gotchu
Bruh! Creepy as fuck
dat creeplife is real bruh.
This is actually unreleased video footage from rick ross’ verse on the U O E N O track. rocko decided not to release it because of the controversy
only person who knows exactly how real this quote is is the person who originally posted it.