Gunplay, a rapper signed to Maybach Music Group, recently dropped a mixtape, 601 & Snort. This mixtape isn’t particularly engaging, but it does feature Rick Ross on the track ‘Real Niggas’
As noted in the song, Gunplay (and Rick Ross) considers himself to be very ‘real’. So real, in fact that he went as far as to get a swastika inked into his body.
When asked about this tattoo, Gunplay was quick to ensure fans that it was not an anti-semitic message, but rather a symbol of “genocide to all the bullshit… put all the fake motherfuckers in the gas chamber and then gas fuck your ass”
While the interview continued on to other topics, we all really only have one question for Mr. Gunplay: What the fuck is wrong with you?
After a brief rock music stint KiD CuDi is back with his classic stoner charm. White people have been skeptical of rappers turned rockers ever since Lil Wayne’s Rebirth album. However, the lonely stoner has come back to bringing us jams like Embrace the Martian.
If you enjoyed the popular mixtape A KiD Named CuDi you won’t be disappointed with the first song off of his upcoming album Indicud: Just What I Am.
Everyone can appreciate dedication and artistry, and while Meek Mill certainly embodies the persona of his music (jail time, drug dealing, dirt bike riding in the middle of Philadelphia) his merit as a rapper extends far beyond his street credentials. He’s a hard working musician who has been at it for over a decade.
Here’s Meek rapping at 13:
Here’s Meek rapping now:
The flow has developed and landed Meek on Maybach Music Group, Rick Ross’ label and currently one of the hottest in Hip Hop. He’s a blue collar rapper committed to his craft with astounding enthusiasm observable in the fact that he is almost always yelling, something people can really get down with.
Mark your iCals for the release of Meek’s debut LP ‘Dreams and Nightmares’ on October 30.
White people love to ruin cool things. Case in point: The Roots. As the house band for Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, The Roots are a sorry, diluted skeleton of what they used to be. Which is fine because white people also love to rediscover cool things. The Roots need to be resurrected as the innovative streetwise lyricists they were in this video:
Everyone can appreciate the caricature-like backside of socialite Kim Kardashian. She recently Instagramed a photo of her current (but probably not last) love interest, Kanye West, as well as 4 other rappers signed to his G.O.O.D. Music record label, Common, 2Chainz, Big Sean, and Pusha T.
The label is set to release their much anticipated collaboration album Cruel Summer in September
Flash back to the 2008 Presidential Election when Mitt Romney, campaigning in Jacksonville, Florida, made a decade late reference to the Baha Men’s ‘Who Let the Dogs Out’
Did his campaign advisors fail to prepare him with a more up-to-date hip hop reference? Did anyone let him know that he had a better chance discussing political issues with these kids, because their teachers may have actually taken the time to help them research current political issues?
Say what you will about Barack Obama, but at least he doesn’t go around making Backstreet Boys references to white teenagers.
White people love hip hop, however, the abundant use of the N-word makes them very uncomfortable. This inevitably leads them to wonder ‘will I be accused of being racist if drop the N-word while singing the lyrics to my favorite song?’
While there is no definitive answer, Chris Rock sheds some light:
While there is no clear data as far as how many of those 100k downloads are by white people, we believe that they will soon be fans of Ace Hood. While it is likely too late, and we have in fact ‘gotten him started’ check out one of the tracks from the mixtape:
The vast majority of white people simply cannot dance. It’s a fact. While many are daring enough to suppress their self-consciousness and venture out on to the dance floor, it often leaves others feeling uncomfortable as they watch their white friends struggle.
While white people are not naturally good dancers, they are capable of following explicit instructions. Hip hop artists figured this out decades ago, and began producing songs with white people friendly choreography. Dating back as early as The Electric Slide, and progressing to The Cha-Cha Slide, and more recently, The Cupid Shuffle, these songs are staples for DJs at weddings, bar mitzvahs and many other common white people events.
As recently as 2007, mainstream hip hop artists began incorporating these white people friendly dance moves(WPFDM) into their songs. One of the more prominent examples was Soulja Boy’s Crank That, tipping the YouTube scales with 127 million views:
In 2010, Cali Swag District helped white people everywhere show of their well-rehearsed dance moves every time ‘Teach Me How to Dougie’ came on at the club
We’re due for a new song with corresponding WPFDM anytime now, and white people are itching to practice a new move to show off out on the floor.