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Thread: The hip hop never ever ever stops thread

  1. #781
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    Jul 2010


    “None to Me” is the first track here to display these qualities, as Takeoff raps about his lack of interest in a mere flex. He begins with a simple boast—“Like looking at my money stacked/That’s why the whip I ain’t bought one”—but inverts it, transforming into an opportunity for reflection. “Not that I can’t get one, or not that I don’t want one/So booked, if I even got it, I wouldn’t have time to drive one,” he continues. These bars exemplify the upside of a solo record: More time to fill means more time to muse, and Takeoff is an interesting person to spend time with. He weds Migos’ slashing digressions to quirky thoughtfulness.

    He shouts out his grandma and requests that those he share dinner with say grace. The cosmos, his elders, an abiding religiosity: These are recurring motifs for the rapper born Kirshnik Khari Ball, and this earnestness even makes the album’s title seem like more than a cheap joke about his pseudonym.

    The Last Rocket is the closest we’ve been yet to seeing one of the Migos with his mask off.
    pitchfork, ignoring the fact that maybe seeing any of migos with their mask off just isnt necessary.

  2. #782
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    May 2016


    We dont but then again i feel for all their style and flash Migos lack in terms of personality

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