Start your week off with some POWDER. Troy over Future’s “Karate Chop”.
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Posted by eskay
on Monday, February 25th, 2013 at 10:13 am
the way the delve in and out of the beat constraints. Which is like letting your pants sag on wax.
> yeah, true.
tariq more tactical doing that whereas nas is more seamless with it. if that makes sense.
yo cOLD you watch that starks montreality interview? da gawd glowed after the lil Q&A.
I need a stand up guy from BK to vouch for this nigga before I click play
I dont kno why
but suttin bout him screams lame fraud
his this style of rhyme been coined?
^ nah I aint peep.. But anythings starks related is worth checking for. bout to peep.
has* this style of rhyme been coined?
you know the something.something.something.something style.
Actually was impressed by his tape and yay rappers have limited appeal to me Pusha /Clipse/Ross has used every metaphor known to man I get it.
But this guy has good flow, lyrics, hooks and melodies. and grat beat selection there was like one song that was skippable on the tape.
not sure about the replay value though
nah it hasn’t been coined probably cuz it’s not easily mastered, perhaps.
like styles p x jada try to do it but in some tracks it still comes off awkward.
i’d call when tariq x nas do it the ‘run on but catch up flow’.
Troy Ave = tolerable.
WTK somewhere off the Somewhere EP.
^ my bad I was talking about flow Troy Ave is used on this. The Chief Keef flow, I guess.
that shit nas and tariq be doing can’t be defined
its got that ’93 til infinity vibe souls of mischief shit.
Do that nigga even sell coke tho
all that powder shit
bricks.n my backpack n shit
those better b bricks
the nigga better be movin soft cuz
no BK niggas can vouvh for this guy
is he respected in brooklyn
or jus anotha fuckboy ralper
seems like the latter
could b wrong but I doubt it
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