August 24, 2012

Slava P occasionally gets J.R.R. Tolkien confused with Ace Hood.

Shout Out To The Real – Meek Mill/ Ace Hood/ Piles

An energetic
trap jam — “over-trapped” by the
addition of Piles

Bitches And Bottles – Future/ T.I./ Lil’ Wayne
Turn’ ignorance up.
Legends (and Future) spit bars
of no consequence

I Wish You Would – Kanye West/ Rick Ross

Angry and hi-fi
autotuned taunts beg you to
skip to the next song

Take It To The Head – Chris Brown/ Rick Ross/ Nicki Minaj/ Lil’ Wayne

Bubblegum verses
on unimagined beat.
Hooray team breezy!!

They Ready – J. Cole/ Big K.R.I.T./ Kendrick Lamar

Youthful energy
creates wasted potential.
At least no Ace Hood.

I’m So Blessed – T-Pain/ Big Sean/ Wiz Khalifa/ Ace Hood

Now introducing…
the past, present and future
of washed-up talent.

Hip-Hop – Scarface/ Nas

A tired concept:
romanticizing music
through whines and complaints

I Did It For My Dawgs – Meek Mill/ Rick Ross/ French Montana

Heavy drum kicks
lay the best examples for
a fanute-a-thon

I Don’t See Em – 2Chainz/ Birdman/ Ace Hood
Played out pianos
with qualified ignorance.
Bootleg street music.

Don’t Pay For It – Kirko Bangz/ Wale/ Tyga/ Mack Maine

Twist on a stripper song,
preformed by those who spend time
in the clubs, weeping.

Suicidal Thoughts – Mavado

The Jamaican Sting.
Unlike Ace Hood, he gets to
solo crash and burn

Outro – Ace Hood/ DJ Khaled!?!
The mandatory
solo verse, out of twelve tracks.
Take that, you fuck boys!

MP3: DJ Khaled ft. Scarface & Nas – “Hip Hop” (Left-Click)

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