Is All New Rap Drug Music?
Monday April 29th 2013,
Filed under: Shots Fired,The Unkut Opinion,Unkut Gets Emo,Unkut Originals
Written by:

(c) The Royal Hospital Chelsea; Supplied by The Public Catalogue Foundation

What with the current influx of Molly Rap, Acid Rap, Loud Rap, Lean Rap, Yayo Rap, Bath Salts Rap and whatever the fuck else these characters are getting bent off, it seems like we’ve returned to the Slow Rap era that Cypress Hill heralded in the early nineties. Does that mean that we need to get twisted on the appropriate substance to fully enjoy much of this new rap? I’m pretty sure you need ingest heroic quantities of codeine to fully enjoy this new DOOM song with Clams Casino, “Bookends”:
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Why I Was Wrong About Illmatic

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Like many of you, the first time I heard Nasty Nas was through his stirring performance on Main Source’s seminal “Live At The BBQ”, but it was initial exposure to “Halftime” on a local radio show that really got me amped. I was so impressed with the track that I eventually went on to describe it as “The Best Brag Rap Song of The 90’s”: “The lyrics are a ‘Good Combination’ of declarations of poetic superiority, explanations of his daily operations, product name checks, witty punchlines, casual blasphemy and a healthy dose of Eff The Police sentiment. What more could a rap fan ask for?”
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No Country For Old (Rap) Men: Being Positive Is For Chumps
Wednesday March 13th 2013,
Filed under: No Country For Old (Rap) Men,Sizzle-chest,The Unkut Opinion,Web Work
Written by:

unicorn

The post where I rant about inspirational tweets.

No Country For Old (Rap) Men: Being Positive Is For Chumps



The Conservative Rap Coalition – 2013 Agenda


Logo designed by Tony Bones / The Home Office.

Much has happened since our last meeting. Those of you who couldn’t afford the original Platinum membership packs have requested other options to show your support, and the landscape has shifted somewhat. Hipster Rap ate itself in a blur of day-glo, but new enemies have emerged in it’s wake. Now is not the time to rest on our laurels and pat ourselves on the back for a job well done, for the war rages on. Here are some of the major issues facing the CRC in 2013:
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No Country For Old (Rap) Men: Worst. Show. Ever.

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I made the mistake of seeing the Ultramagnetic MC’s 25 years too late. This is what happened as a result.

No Country For Old (Rap) Men: Worst. Show. Ever.



No Country For Old (Rap)Men: Does A Rapper Need Variety To Be Great?
Thursday February 07th 2013,
Filed under: No Country For Old (Rap) Men,The Unkut Opinion,Web Work
Written by:

Reporter Kermit mic

Jack of all trades or a master of none?

No Country For Old Men: Does A Rapper Need Variety To Be Great?



No Country For Old (Rap) Men: Rapper Dudes vs Record Labels [aka Life Sucks, Die]
Thursday January 10th 2013,
Filed under: Internets,No Country For Old (Rap) Men,The Unkut Opinion,Web Work
Written by:

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For this week’s NCFORM, the topic at hand is “careful what you wish for,” especially if you wish for a bunch of music execs to make your life awesome.

No Country For Old (Rap) Men: Rapper Dudes vs Record Labels [aka Life Sucks, Die]



No Country For Old (Rap) Men: The Curse of Wu Fatigue

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It was painful to write this, but I can’t live in denial any longer…

No Country For Old (Rap) Men: The Curse of Wu Fatigue



No Country For Old (Rap) Men – Don’t Believe The Hypebeast
Thursday December 20th 2012,
Filed under: Features,No Country For Old (Rap) Men,The Unkut Opinion
Written by:

black-hipsters

The hip-hop media is either TMZ Rap or the Hipster Music Mafia. Time to kill that noise.

No Country For Old (Rap) Men – Don’t Believe The Hypebeast



Hipster Rap Douchebags – Where Are They Now?
Thursday December 13th 2012,
Filed under: Anti-Fudge Rap,Features,Not Your Average,Shots Fired,The Unkut Opinion
Written by:

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It’s been over four years since I labeled a bunch of artist types as Hipster Douchebags. This resulted in lots of angry comments, newspaper articles citing homophobia and a video interview with a visibly hurt Kidz In The Hall. Sweet!

Let us examine what’s happened since then…
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No Country For Old (Rap) Men: First The Fat Boys Break-Up, Now This

Another Hipster Rap group bites the dust? Or a sad loss for Weirdo Rap?

No Country For Old (Rap) Men: First The Fat Boys Break-Up, Now This



No Country For Old (Rap) Men: Sean Price and Brother Ali Live Review


^ All praise due for Mini-Sean P.

Mom let me out of the basement to see some rappers. Read all about it.

No Country For Old (Rap) Men: Sean Price and Brother Ali Live Review



No Country For Old (Rap) Men: A Biter By Any Other Name

I forgot to add that fuckyberg Jugaknot who tried to copyright the name and prevent Breeze Brewin’ and his crew from calling themselves Juggaknots

No Country For Old (Rap) Men: A Biter By Any Other Name



No Country For Old (Rap) Men – Where Did The Drums Go?
Friday November 09th 2012,
Filed under: Alan The Chemist,No Country For Old (Rap) Men,The Unkut Opinion,Web Work
Written by:

What good are the internets if you aren’t complaining about something?

No Country For Old (Rap) Men – Where Did The Drums Go?



No Country For Old (Rap) Men – Rap Genius Should Be Renamed Rap Dummy

No Country For Old (Rap) Men – Rap Genius Should Be Renamed Rap Dummy

I wasn’t going to bother posting this here since I covered some of it here already, but then this happened:

Here’s video of a regular day at the Rap Dummy offices:
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