GAF-Hop |OT4| At that Das EFX concert, I riggity realized that I liggity love you

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WanderingWind

Mecklemore Is My Favorite Wrapper
That's a damn shame. Sad day for white people, everywhere.

On another note, heard some new Kanye track that y'all probably heard last year. Something about so cold? Called out Wiz and Amber. Was pretty fucking good though.
 

WanderingWind

Mecklemore Is My Favorite Wrapper
Gtfo with this shit.
Huh? Think you probably read that wrong.

EDIT: Okay, at a computer now. Let me elucidate. The Beastie Boys were instrumental in the beginning to get rap accepted on mainstream radio. It's no real secret that for a long time, they were the first exposure to the art form that a lot of disenfranchised kids had to rap. They were played on rock stations that were primarily listened to by a less-than-diverse audience. They helped break down the schoolyard barriers that rap was for "black people" in the same way that Run DMC did around the same time. Maybe this was a wholly centralized phenomenon, but growing up, being able to talk about music that we heard on the radio like the Beasties/DMC together brought a lot of people who might not have otherwise socialized together in those formative years of my childhood. Rap being nearly universally accepted wasn't always a thing, and it took breaking down the perceived notions a lot of old, white radio stations had about the music. The BB were huge in that regard.
 
Huh? Think you probably read that wrong.

EDIT: Okay, at a computer now. Let me elucidate. The Beastie Boys were instrumental in the beginning to get rap accepted on mainstream radio. It's no real secret that for a long time, they were the first exposure to the art form that a lot of disenfranchised kids had to rap. They were played on rock stations that were primarily listened to by a less-than-diverse audience. They helped break down the schoolyard barriers that rap was for "black people" in the same way that Run DMC did around the same time. Maybe this was a wholly centralized phenomenon, but growing up, being able to talk about music that we heard on the radio like the Beasties/DMC together brought a lot of people who might not have otherwise socialized together in those formative years of my childhood. Rap being nearly universally accepted wasn't always a thing, and it took breaking down the perceived notions a lot of old, white radio stations had about the music. The BB were huge in that regard.
No, it's you who wrote it wrong. It's a sad day for hip-hop. It's a sad day for music. It's a sad day for humanity. It's not a sad day for white people.
 
Huh? Think you probably read that wrong.

EDIT: Okay, at a computer now. Let me elucidate. The Beastie Boys were instrumental in the beginning to get rap accepted on mainstream radio. It's no real secret that for a long time, they were the first exposure to the art form that a lot of disenfranchised kids had to rap. They were played on rock stations that were primarily listened to by a less-than-diverse audience. They helped break down the schoolyard barriers that rap was for "black people" in the same way that Run DMC did around the same time. Maybe this was a wholly centralized phenomenon, but growing up, being able to talk about music that we heard on the radio like the Beasties/DMC together brought a lot of people who might not have otherwise socialized together in those formative years of my childhood. Rap being nearly universally accepted wasn't always a thing, and it took breaking down the perceived notions a lot of old, white radio stations had about the music. The BB were huge in that regard.
They still do get rock radio play. I can dig this. So much I would like to say but, I'm just a junior.
 

Vanillalite

Ask me about the GAF Notebook
It's weird. Other music stars have died, but this is the 1st time in my life where I was literally like "HOLY SHIT NOOOOOOOOOO!" Maybe it's the 1st person that I've really ever listened to a ton over my life time, and now I'm old enough to understand that he's gone.
 
Big Sean is on every fucking thing. Geeze.

This song is kinda hot though. Part of this beat was on Coke Boys 3.
Song is hot. Would have loved a Pusha verse tho.

Speaking of Pusha: Someone edited his extended I Dont Like verse into the original remix, and added some synths over the intro... and its kinda dope. My definitive version. Unsure of the quality, but here you go:
http://www.sharebeast.com/qrfxcn9sq3th
 
GAF HOP. Dilemma. Yall see the Lac I posted a couple pages back right? Well the outlet store I'm going to tomorrow has the rag top in 3 colors, dark mahogany (which is I think what mine use to be, before 15 years of sunlight got to it), black and cream. Cream ain't gonna work with the Champagne paint (or will it....) so it's between dark mahogany and black. What do yall think?

For wheels I'm thinking about going all the way back and just getting some 17" 100 spoke platinums with some yellow strip classic Vouges for tires. My buddy has the rims for pretty cheap, and I think the classic look might work for it. I've actually never owned a set of spoke rims. It might be time....
 
dark mahogany, though maybe the cream could . hmm

Song is hot. Would have loved a Pusha verse tho.

Speaking of Pusha: Someone edited his extended I Dont Like verse into the original remix, and added some synths over the intro... and its kinda dope. My definitive version. Unsure of the quality, but here you go:
http://www.sharebeast.com/qrfxcn9sq3th
I'm feelin it. Definitive version confirmed.

Don't tell young chop tho.

 
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