Discussion in 'The Booth' started by tybo, Oct 26, 2020.
at the caption. Acting like it's an actual leaked verse and not just him spitting at the computer
shyt's dope though I wanna hear the whole thing
Jesus fukking Christ!!
you srsly gonna sit here and tell me 3k outrapped nas on that?
Actually made that beat make sense
I know it is only 8 or so bars, but people are actually calling it overrated. Who in here is saying its the greatest verse they ever heard? Who in here is saying its the best verse they heard all year? How can you say a verse that has a line like "what if we kill cop kids" is overrated given the current climate of America? Do you not see how much power something like that would have if it were released? It's not even a shock value line, but one that would brings home the point that our children die at the hands of cops, but people are screaming "Blue lives matter".
They went at Nas's neck over anti-vax lines and some of the lines from "Not For Radio" that he asserted as facts. I could imagine the media reaction if the version of "Cops Shot The Kid" with Andre 3000 saying those lines had been on the album. They would probably be calling for Nasir to be pulled from streaming platforms.
Why did it have to come out like this? Andre prolly never gonna do another track now
Verses were absolute flames tho, lot of bootlicking c00ns pissed off
Can someone explain why he doesn’t put out albums anymore? I’m Tryna get into more 3ks music put me on brehs
That verse needs to be heard, but not in this climate, by someone like 3k. Imagine the witch hunt.
He suffers from anxiety and knows that his “myth” can’t live up to a solo album
He’s oftentimes not inspired to write. He once said that he writes only one or two verses a year
He has other interests for his creative output other than rap. He’s hinted in the past that he grew “bored” with rapping.
I also remember a story about him and Big Boi having issues with their label. Big spoke on it how the label didn’t want to release his debut solo album because it didn’t have a “lolipop” like single for them to push. When Big left and put the album
Out on Def Jam they wouldn’t clear any of the songs that had Dre on them. Which hampers their ability to work together even if they wanted too
Politics a usual
Also, Ye failed the shyt outta Nasir