OK. Thanks again. So in the continuing spirit of an open mind, do you know of any that I could listen to that you personally might label as the best
family friendly stuff? If so, I would listen and see if I should reconsider my son's exposure.
Sure, as far as family friendly (limited to no profanity) there are still a lot of good rappers to listen to that are contemporary.
Mr. J. Medeiros (of the Procussions)
Crown City Rockers (group/band)
Pigeon John (w J.Live)
All of these artist here usually make a note to not use profanity and focus on positive or transformative lyrics. You can still find that with other
rapper's songs too. Even NWA had positive song about expressing yourself.
They're a pure freestyle rap group with Casey Obrien and JT Bates (two awesome freestyle Jazz musicians) laying down random beats. Michael "Eyedea"
Larsen and Kristoff Krane. Larsen was the best freestlyer the world has ever seen. Seriously. He won the MTV blaze battles at like the age 16,
accomplished more then most will by the time he was 18.
This is one of my favorites, it's on the newest CD (released after the death of Michael Larsen). They got ahold of an auto-tune machine, hilarious and
This one has Carnage The Executioner in it spitting and beatboxing.
Also, we cannot forget PoS of DoomTree in this discussion. He has a very unique writing style. He plays with DoomTree which is a team of two DJs and
four mcs. They kill it.
How about Prof? His vids are hilarious.
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Be a bold seeker/ cold ether
Free a old preacher talk Jeasua burn reefa
peace a, nice concept
but realer world defeater then healer/
Truth revealer knealer how you feel a?
I'mma train harder/
Engrained in my ateries
Fire such a part of me your spark don't even bother..
Wind fan flames
Rain crash in waves
From earth and to earth shall you return one day/
From birth they thirst innoculate with plagues/
Credit forget it turn the rest to debt slaves..
Its a onslaught,
Thats fought for every soul caught in this merry go...
The sound is powerful when I say it to rhythm, radio killed the art, MTV crucified it
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