November 4th, 2010 at 6:15 pm
The phrase “The pot calling the kettle black” is an idiom used to accuse a person of being guilty of the very thing they are pointing out. This may or may not be hypocritical or a contradiction.
Ok, your right (although that idiom us proven false, as not all pots are black)… since we are speaking on variations in English lexicon, heres a euphemism that describes you perfectly:
November 4th, 2010 at 6:12 pm
This new Meek is cool …
He needs to get another producer, or get back with Conway and Sap.. Jahlil keeps giving him the same beat over and over again, and that nigga ain’t attempted to change his drum pattern up AT ALL since “Hottest In The City.”
November 4th, 2010 at 6:26 pm
” He needs to get another producer ”
This is true. And I think this is a better option for him right now than gettin’ back wit’ Conway & Sap, also.
I mean, if you hear some of the stuff Conway and Sap have done for Chic, Bump J, and AR-AB, NH, and other philly artists, then you would wish for Meek to have a couple of those beats. I do think he needs additional sounds, however. Flamers 3 and Mr. Philadelphia sounded too much alike, and it was primarily a problem of too many Jahlil Beats.