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Sometimes I don't want to think too hard. The collaboration with Bangledesh and Lil Wayne is proof that hip hop isn't dead.
The only even semi-decent rapper I can think of is Lupe Fiasco. What else is there to say? Lil Wayne has the ability to reinvent himself and this song brings energy like no other. You don't have to like that perspective but you can't call it "shit" either unless you try to see it from that perspective first.
For one, it's instantly familiar. Cole, Wiz Khalifa, Tyga, etc, are giving it a good try; Lil Wayne is talking rubbish in just about all of his songs, his last album was awful, and from the looks of it, as will Carter IV.
At best, it usually just involves pointing to his accomplishments with your jaw on the floor and asking other people to share in your amazement. Stick with us until we slip up and post something from him.
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At the time, I certainly interpreted it that way. It's grounded in a structure anyone could recognise, one that has probably popped up, without additional commentary needed, in a hundred other rap songs: "real gangsters move in silence. Cole, Wiz Khalifa, Tyga, etc, are giving it a good try; Lil Wayne is talking rubbish in just about all of his songs, his last album was awful, and from the looks of it, as will Carter IV. It is the sickest rap punchline known to man. It all depends on how close minded you are though. That's more than you can say about ALOT of artists. I personally want to hate Lil Wayne but have a hard time doing it. But what could prepare you? Lean into the unknowable. And then the finisher lands, twisting the whole focus of the line: "like lasagne. It's one of the rules. Of all the flashes of brilliance that Lil Wayne has shown in his career, there is none more electrifying, none more worthy to be remembered by, none more objectively perfect than "real Gs move in silence like lasagne. He has an awesome vocabulary for someone that came from the streets and such. Tyler, the Creator prod.
Follow Kyle Kramer on Twitter. Sometimes I just wanna hear someone spit so many metaphors in a row that they almost trip over themselves.
Its basically "not your cup of tea" type thing.
His rhymes are, for the most part, intelligent even though semi-redundant.
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