Honestly I loved the new album. Not defending them but it doesn't surprise me at all. People who subscribe to the hood mentality tend to be pretty homophobic. Lots of them act that way even if they low key have experimented with the same sex. Before people jump on to me I am just stating from personal experience with that aspect of culture. It doesn't tend to be one of acceptance. Fuck their homophobia though.
For some reason you using the term "low key" cracks me up. I think it might be because of your avatar.
2/2/17 - Louis CK - New Orleans - Mahalia Jackson 4/3/17 - Radiohead - New Orleans - Arena 4/19/17 - Bob Weir - Mobile - Saenger 4/21/17 - Umphreys - New Orleans - Civic 5/6/17 - Sturgill - Orange Beach - The Wharf 5/27-29/17 - Movement - Detroit 7/9/17 - Metallica - Atlanta - SunTrust Park 8/4-6/17 - Phish - NYC - MSG 10/27-29/17 - Voodoo - New Orleans
Any thoughts on this? I thought it was interesting
I can see the connection. But still Yachty makes trash music.
I'm not much of a fan either, but he doesn't annoy me as much as other rappers. He at least has a sense of humor about himself. I always thought it was weird when people got mad at him, like I'm sorry someone who calls himself lil boat and the sailing team isn't making that "real shit" you want to hear. But I always thought iLoveMakkonen actually did the whole not so serious "punk rap" thing best. His mixtapes were so much fun to listen to and I think he got really overlooked and misunderstood because "Tuesday" was the first song people heard from him. But to me this is "internet punk rap" or whatever done best
^ it really is pretty fantastic. It would have edged out Sinkane for the lead but I listened to Ryan Adams today and I don't imagine it will be beaten. Also Dirty Projectors. My month will probably go: Ryan Adams Dirty Projectors Loyle Carner Sinkane Sampha
The top two could switch but Dirty Projectors will have to blow me away.