posted on Aug, 5 2011 @ 03:37 PM
If the goal of the illuminatee was to remove all the credibility of rap music, then, yes he's a slave to them. since they probly failed with Wu tang.
For the record i've stopped buying hip hop as soon as i herd "My name is wath" repeat rinse repeat.. < sigh> .
The next day, in the streets, you could see lil m&m everywhere, givin' attitude for no real reason beside they saw it on tv. And i'm caucasian just
like pretty much everyone around here.
Honestly, it's sad because he killed hip hop.
Maybe its more like he gave cancer to hip hop since stuff pre 2004 are still supreme and a few kept their integrity up until now suffering enormously
from all those foney rap listener putting all their tokens to stuff like m&m or small wayne or ti pain.
Fortunatly, when i put Blackstar (Mos Def, Kwali), Blackaliscious (Gift of Gab), Mobb Deep, Dilated People(Babu), De la Soul. Tupac, Snoop, i'm
forgetting a bunch i know but 14 years old or 20 they will prefer the "olde" they just dont know it existed because music industry is like walmart,
mainstream or nothing.
Now for me, its dubstep and Yes lol .. No way i gonna see lil Jon Anderson or Rick Wakeman giving attitude around the city giving a bad rep to the
things i like.