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Yes, but I'll admit, some of them aren't the greatest with lyrics.
There are some hardcore punk bands though that have the greatest lyrics I've heard and they don't repeat a single line in a 4 minute song. It's great.
What gets me going? Some good As I lay Dying, Whitechapel, or As Blood Runs Black.
Idk why I'm not into that type of stuff. Think it might be because my dad listened to a bunch of rap/hip-hop and I just never listened to anything else.
Still think Lil Wayne is best right now.
Read the lyrics. This is about a kid with cancer.
I own nothing. All Credit goes to La Dispute.
Just wanted to spread the word about this amazing, brutally beautiful song.
I never used to listen to metal, I just started when my brother started to have it playing all the time and it grew on me.
Lil Wayne is the best at what?
Stealing other rapper's songs and making them his own.
Lol, how so?
Wheres Scoot...need his opinion on this matter
Didn't he just put out an album that is pretty much remixes of other songs?
Yeah, those are his mixtapes. Been doing them for years and they're free of charge.
He just does then to do it. I think it's pretty cool.
He does it free of charge because it isn't his music, he just put his voice over another person's lyrics and slapped his name on it.
He has his own lyrics on it, not the same ones as the original.
C'mon man, he did practically nothing, he pretty much stole the lyrics and put a few words in it.
Sorry, I'm not seeing it. The only thing he doesn't change is the chorus.
Do you drive a pickup truck?
No, I drive a regular car.
He didn't say he listened to country...
...right. I must work on my stereo typing. Sorry yellow and blue.
Practice makes perfect.
That maybe true because I don't consider rap and hip hop the same thing.
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