Posted by Hymn | Filed under Music
Is this what we’re co-signing? “I’mma pick the world up and I’mma drop it on your fucking head” Is life as a star that hard? Joe Budden made a career of it but he’s not really a star. Eminem thrived on it for 2/3 albums (arguably) while Kid Cudi and Drake seem to be trying to avoid it yet looming down that lonely alley. I think it will push Drake to his acting again while Kid Cudi will probably OD in a club like River Phoenix. Please forgive my sentiments and take them with a grain of salt. Being a star isn’t that hard. Look how Jay-z handles it. Oh wait he bitches about critics to.
3 Responses to “Drop the World – Lil Wayne feat Eminem”
December 15th, 2009 at 1:02 pm
Look at the River Phoenix plug! That just shows I’m not at 90′s baby!!
S. Mat Says:
December 15th, 2009 at 1:38 pm
As I entered the hallways of Brooklyn Tech High School for the first time, HYMN was burping milk all over momma’s blouse. Lol, nothing wrong with being born in the 90s. Sadly though, u missed a lot of great music the first time around. Does INFAMOUS sound as dated to you as say ‘The Message’ from GrandMaster Flash sounds to me (1982). I’m curious. In high school I got spoiled by albums that involved no fast forward or skipping. 13 out of 14 songs were actually good. 1990-1995 – INFAMOUS, READY TO DIE, ILLMATIC, ENTER THE 36 CHAMBERS, ME AGAINST THE WORLD, LIFESTYLEZ OF THE RICH & FAMOUS, ENTER THE 36-(OLD) DIRTY VERSION, DA SHININ. Damn, I was spoiled. Maybe thats why I’m so crabby listening to these 4 out of 12 decent songs EPs.
December 15th, 2009 at 3:38 pm
The biggest album that came out when I was in high school was probably the Marshall Mathers LP.