real-hiphophead

Anonymous asked:

Hip-Hop is the worst nothing but curse language country music is 100000x better

real-hiphophead answered:

I’m honestly thinking this is a troll, but if it’s not:

" … nothing but curse language …" Really?

"It’s a numbers game, but shit don’t add up somehow
Like I got, 16 to 32 bars to rock it
But only 15% of profits ever see my pockets like
69 billion in the last 20 years
Spent on national defense but folks still live in fear like
Nearly half of America’s largest cities is one-quarter black
That’s why they gave Ricky Ross all the crack
16 ounces to a pound, 20 more to a ki
A 5-minute sentence hearing and you’re no longer free …”
Mos Def

"A generation overly obsessed with mobsters
Our revolutionaries won Grammys and Oscars
Impostors, fake auras and weak chakras
Makin’ a mockery of the music to be pop stars.”
Pharoahe Monch

"Individual stars float in the ocean of God
Rocking a pinky ring of Saturn while I’m visiting Mars
Egos bigger than Jupiter are breaking the bars
Holding me back down to Earth to physical laws.”
Cise Starr

"She said, she never fell in love with a Superman,
Christian, Muslim, Protestant, Lutheran
I told her that being a mortal is the portal
to the true nature of growth, the Christ-like Buddha-man.”
- Jay Electronica

"Somebody tell these shorties reach for the stars
Instead they tell ‘em how to reach through the bars.”
Nas

"Imagine life at it’s full peak
Then imagine lying dead in the arms of your enemy
Imagine peace on this Earth when there’s no grief
Imagine grief on this Earth when there’s no peace.”
Scarface

As far as country music being a better genre than Hip-Hop …

Music is, of course very subjective to our personal tastes, whether a genre is “better” is a pointless argument. However, to state in any way that Hip-Hop is inferior to country or any genre, which is the implication, is asinine. 

There are more lyrics in one verse of a Hip-Hop song than an entire country song. The lyrics above demonstrate on their own the complexity of lyricism in Hip-Hop compared to that of other genres. It is an advanced form of poetry.

Then compare the depth and innovation that goes into the production of Hip-Hop, and compare that to producing country music, and again, we find a far more intricate art in Hip-Hop.

real-hiphophead:

enter-the-putang:

vrawdopest:

pastor real-hiphophead speaks the truuuuuuuth

Fuck, good response

Damn, gettin mad love on this post. Thank you.

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Tangible Media

MIT’s Tangible Media is coming along nicely,

"Almost like a table of living clay, the inFORM is a surface that three-dimensionally changes shape, allowing users to not only interact with digital content in meatspace, but even hold hands with a person hundreds of miles away. And that’s only the beginning."

handjobs of the future

HOLY SHIT ARE YOU KIDDING ME

THIS IS THE KIND OF CRAZY COOL-ASS SHIT THAT I’VE BEEN WAITING FOR MY WHOLE GODDAMN LIFE

LIKE

IN THOSE MOVIES AND GAMES AND SHIT WHERE PEOPLE HAVE THOSE CRAZY HIGH-TECH TABLES AND SUCH WHERE THEY MANIPULATE DATA AND VIRTUAL OBJECTS AND STUFF WITH THE WAVE OF A HAND AND SHIT

EVERY TIME I’M LIKE “…i want one”

AND WE’RE GETTING THERE

There’s just something about an all caps comment like that that ruins the entire post for me