OldSchoolHipHop
hip hop with oldschool boombap vibes
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TRIPPIN ON LIFE (FEAT. CXRPSE) [PROD. GLOWS1DE, R4ID & CXRPSE]
The song is expressing a sense of disillusionment and frustration with life, along with themes of self-destructive tendencies and societal issues. The hook, performed by CXRPSE, highlights a conflicted attitude towards life, acknowledging its difficulties but also expressing a determination to rise above them. In the first verse, KUYR talks about the challenges of life, possibly touching on themes of individuality, gun violence, and the impact of rumors. There's a call for unity in the face of judgment based on race and sexuality. The second verse by M.I.K.3 delves into a darker and more intense perspective, discussing thoughts of self-harm and referencing a tragic event involving a killer who refused to pay child support. M.I.K.3's reflection on his own depression and feelings of being trapped gains deeper meaning in the context of the shocking revelation about the kid's death. The "BANG BANG BANG" part now serves as a powerful metaphor for the gunshot sounds and the subsequent realization that life is too short to dwell on personal hardships. The verse evolves into a moment of self-awareness and empathy, as M.I.K.3 recognizes that, despite his struggles, there are others who have faced even more severe challenges, such as the unfortunate kid who lost their life. This revelation prompts a shift in perspective, causing M.I.K.3 to question why he felt sorry for himself when others, like the mentioned kid, had experienced much worse circumstances. Throughout the song, there's a recurring motif of tripping on life, bad acid, and a desire to escape, symbolized by the mention of flying away like Aladdin.more
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Coons RMX
I am continuing my dedication to Black History Month by submitting this song inspired by the subversive sellouts in our culture. This cut it another collab with my homie Kevin Gardner, a remake of KentraMentalz's "Look At The Coons." more
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