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asap rocky is the closest thing to 90s rap imo
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some of the music i've been listening to

jesse j fucking rulesss

BRING IT BACK

also the best cover of a justin bieber song
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Jesus Christ, wurm, sometimes you just gotta stop being so cool and have some fun
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also i watched cloud atlas. was.. pretty interesting. it had a sense of scale i appreciated, but the frenetic cutting was annoying.

I thought the movie was a major letdown after reading the book. Why on earth did the Wachowskis decide to make every one play everyone in every goddamn sequence? I understand that there's a theme of universality, but that was distracting and too obvious imo.

Also, the ordering of storylines was way too hectic, would have been much better to stick to the books formatting
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Jesus Christ, wurm, sometimes you just gotta stop being so cool and have some fun


fuck the mainstream plebs...

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I thought the movie was a major letdown after reading the book. Why on earth did the Wachowskis decide to make every one play everyone in every goddamn sequence? I understand that there's a theme of universality, but that was distracting and too obvious imo.

Also, the ordering of storylines was way too hectic, would have been much better to stick to the books formatting

i keep thinking this is a movie about ayn rand lol
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who remembers this? so epic

what other music video has dennis motherfucking hopper

rewatching it, is this the inspiration for the hunger games? (other than battle royale, and a dozen other books)
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we should all worship at the church of tupac. i mean, i think that early 90s / late 80s rap music was just objectively better than shit like macklemore. yea it's less ironic and clever, but irony gets old quickly, while sampling inspector gadget lives on forever.

all i listen to in my car is my own collection of 80s/90s hip hop/pop/r&b and kday which fostered hip hop on the west coast in LA in the early days, all that shit is gold man

they played some college boys (victim of the ghetto) yesterday was shocked as fuck

if you like nwa type shit which i love check these out
2nd to none - whole album is good
daz dilinger - california
dogg pound - respect
eazy e - real muthafukkin gs

all i do is listen to shit like that plus too short, outkast, domino etc
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i cannot believe that fucking puff daddy was able to have a rap career. he makes dr. dre look like nas. ultimate coat rider, and he should be in jail instead of shyne.

edit: jet I will check out. i also fucking love earllly 90s/late 80s rap:

or slick rick childrens story
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Jesus Christ, wurm, sometimes you just gotta stop being so cool and have some fun

in person and other places online i don't take things very seriously. my facebook is pretty much a joke and i post whatever i think is funny even if it confuses/shocks people. i just dislike that repetitive, dead horse kind of stuff and internet memes in general. most aren't funny to begin with and once they become popular they can be torture.
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"my facebook is pretty much a joke" - wurm, www.styleforum.net, 2013
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asap rocky is the closest thing to 90s rap imo

That's because he's trying to emulate like nine different sounds.
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My music-listening rotation has been really... weird lately:

Smashing Pumpkin's Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness
Le Meilleur de Kassav'
Ali Farka Touré's Savane
D'angelo's Voodoo
Paul Simon's Graceland
Radio Dept.'s Lesser Matters
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lately I've spent a lot of time listening to Gucci Mane and Purity Ring.
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That's because he's trying to emulate like nine different sounds.

He's a prime example of the new form of regionless rap. Back in the day, every region (NY, the South, Texas, Bay Area, LA, NO, etc.) had their own unique sound since that's all that played in those areas. Now that everyone has access to all music no matter where it came from, it's blurring the regionalism in rap.
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