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How "Real Hip-Hop" Is This Twitter Rap Battle Between Lupe Fiasco and Daylyt?
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He said, "I write what i see Write to make it right don't like where i be I'd like to make it like the sites on TV Quite the great life so nice and easy". See, now you can still die from that But it's better than not being alive from straps, agreed. A Mead notebook and a Bic that clicked When it's pushed in a wack ass beat. Thats a track that's week that he got last week Cause everybody in the Stu was like thats that heat. A bass heavy melody with a sample from the 70's With a screwed up hook that went "Stack that cheese". Something, something, something "stack that cheese" Mother, sister, cousin "Stack that cheese" He couldn't think of nothing "Stack that cheese" He turns down the beat writers block impiedes. Crying from the next room a baby in need Of some pampers and some food and a place to sleep That plus a black cadillac on D's Is what keeps them on track to be a great M.
The track features vocals from Nikki Jean , the lead singer of Nouveau Riche. The single is a heartfelt song that tells the story of an underground rap artist, his personal problems, and his struggle and desire to achieve success. Author Charlotte Pence argues that Fiasco achieves simple complexity in the song, rebelling against simplistic lyrics while simultaneously exploiting them. The music video , directed by Houston 's own Dr. Teeth, was released on March 18, The video recounts the story of a young up-and-coming rapper and the obstacles he struggles to overcome. In one scene towards the beginning of the video, a clip from the video for " Superstar " another one of Fiasco's songs can briefly be seen playing on a television set.
He also performs as the frontman of rock band Japanese Cartoon under his real name. As an entrepreneur , Fiasco is the chief executive officer of 1st and 15th Entertainment. Raised in Chicago , Jaco developed an interest in hip hop after initially disliking the genre for its use of vulgarity and misogyny. After adopting the name Lupe Fiasco and recording songs in his father's basement, year-old Fiasco joined a group called Da Pak. The group disbanded shortly after its inception, and Fiasco soon met rapper Jay-Z who helped him sign a record deal with Atlantic Records. The lead single " Superstar " became his first top 40 hit on the Billboard Hot
You can knock Twitter for a lot of thingsóletting Neo-Nazis harass folks while banning those who fight back being chief among themóbut a particularly stodgy corner of rap fandom doesn't care about all of that. As per usual, Lupe Fiasco has arrived, like the legendary feudal Japanese thief Ishikawa Goemon, to save the day for these heads, engaging in a war of rhymes this week with battle-rapper Daylyt a. The battle is mostly for sport, but it delighted that "real rap" segment of the online world thoroughly, mainly because they don't get out much and need things like this to entertain them. But just how real is it? Is Lupe actually realer than Daylyt? Does any of this matter?
He's a backpack rapper with a penchant for flashy items and a knack for forgetting A Tribe Called Quest lyrics at the wrong time. The song is from his sophomore set, The Cool. The genesis of the track came when the Chicago lyricist went to Houston for a show. The rapper said the town was "spaced-out," in terms of the distance between things, and it gave the city a feel as if there wasn't much to do. When Lupe filmed the video in Houston, Slim Thug ó who makes a cameo in the clip ó approached the MC and asked if the song was about him. I don't think it's entirely about me, but he took pieces of my hustle and put it in the song. We might not have the same type of rap style, but I respect him.
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