A simple loop can become the nastiest thing you've ever heard with some manipulation from Daringer. Posts deemed intentionally misleading may result in a lengthy 2-week to 1-month or permanent bans. No amount of authenticity in the world changes that. Also not being able to tour outside of America will probably affect that. Please read the before posting! Gunn and Roc Marci flow over this beat with impunity.
My personal favorite is Brossface Brippler. It could've existed in any era in the history of rap and been heralded as a fantastic project. It could be interesting if he tried doing something a bit more challenging conceptual, but I don't really know if that's a natural direction for him. Storytelling is something he has in his locker but doesn't use as much as I'd like. It's painfully clear that these are sincere feelings, that he's relating what he experiences. Packaging All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging.
The way he conveys those feelings is childish, overly simplistic, and comes off as dangerous fetishism. As a whole I think his style is both unique and a lot more clever than people give him credit for at first glance, but my main issue is that a lot of his verses sound interchangeable. This moment is followed by one of the sweetest beats on Blientele. Amherst Station is a subway station in Buffalo and Gunn assuredly spent a lot of time travelling to and from it. He knew he had a great product and he's had faith in himself from the jump. Paak has the voice of an angel and Gunn has employed it to talk mad shit on all the non believers and the haters.
It was at this point that the Flygod met with the Rap God. Mathers was already a fan of Griselda Records and knew he wanted to sign them. Gunn carries tracks on his own with ease, he could've done the whole project featureless. I don't think they have any mass appeal whatsoever, and you know what - good. Gunn is such an entrepreneur, he has maximised his fan base in a way nobody else has. You must return items in their original packaging and in the same condition as when you received them. If you don't follow our , you may not receive a full refund.
Next stop, his major label debut. Provide support where you can but otherwise leave the Griselda crew to their own devices and they will consistently create coke rap commandments. Gunn can sing, he can rap, he's a genius fashion designer, a very smart manager and he's got authenticity that nobody living in the rap game can match. They have it all figured out. So I'm gonna start at the beginning of the album and choose three verses I wanna highlight. Probably won't make it very far. He miraculously survived but still suffers the lasting effects of this attempt on his life.
Elzhi without question has my favourite flow on the whole album. Had they been from the boroughs they'd have been blown up. He definitely didn't come to play with the lames. From fashion, to wrestling to dealing drugs. So bow down, pay homage, and definitely listen to the Rap Album of the year, Supreme Blientele. But the true highlight of this track is the incredible Keisha Plum.
If not do they have room to grow? They got a chance to pay homage while Gene was still alive and now it serves as a tribute to one of the most important voices of pop culture in the 80s. Review Supreme Blientele is a coronation. There's this extra artistry that elevates him above nearly all of his peers. Your head is going to be positioned on a very sharp stick if you get in Gunn's way. He speaks with confidence and he flows like butter. The finishing stretch of this album has some of the best moments on a project chock full of them. Westside Gunn, Griselda, they are playing this rap game the way it should be played.
Stay away Eminem, Alex Da Kid, Skylar Grey. He had no trouble however, making this project stand out from his usual fare which is still fantastic. Almost didn't happen with the way Benny was spitting. Instead of shouting desperately for attention and threatening to kill peoples whole families just to get some eyes on their music. Westside Gunn is the smoothest, grimiest and illest Hip-Hop artist to come out in a long, long time! If not do you think they still have room to grow? She was infamous for having numerous sexual partners, some of whom didn't escape with their lives. She's had a feature on basically every Gunn project you can think of.