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    It's one of my favourites. It's on the playlist. I'm not posting tunes cos my favourites are all on there but I fucking love that song I was listening to it this morning

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    Αι ψυχαί οσμώνται καθ΄ Άιδην.

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    we all agree this is the best music of the decade right? not necessarily the #1 spot but up there.

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    I dunno about everyone else, but I'd say so. Where's Waldo alone is one of the best of the decade, imo. A lot of stuff's fallen by the wayside, but I still listen to BFTD 1 and 2 pretty regularly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mvuent View Post
    we all agree this is the best music of the decade right? not necessarily the #1 spot but up there.
    Barty hates it. It brings out this aggressive streak in him. To him you can't have keef and migos, it's one or the other and he's a migos man.

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    A lover, not a fighter eh?

    Keef is so much better than Migos. He has a willingness to push the envelope sonically, that I don't hear it in Migos. They do have an interesting vocal interplay thing going on but I struggle with the rest of it tbh

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    I think there's a rawness with Keef that's allied to a believability. He is who he says he is, much like 2013 Gucci.
    Migos feel like they're playacting to me. Moving through all the formal stylistic lyrical poses you have to do in the genre i.e. all the cliches about trapping. Is there a Migos lyric that's ever surprised anyone?
    Was interesting when Blissblogger was talking about their adlibs on here - you have to locate the interest away from the lyrical 'cos they're fundamentally pretty boring lyrically.

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    Migos are adept Keef is AN adept
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    "Cops" after that is also amazing.

    The production on this tape reminds me of grime in the best way. Sounds like it was made on rudimentary equipment and is more interesting and harder than 99% of megabudget prograp.
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    Played my mate blurry and he said it doesn't go anywhere

    Which points up a virtue Imo

    The stuff he makes on this tape sounds like it was made by someone who doesn't know what they're doing, which means the beats don't sound like anything else.

    I can see why ppl would hate it cos it is so violently unconventional (and also deliberately ugly). It's punk as fuck (rebellious, not right on).
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    Quote Originally Posted by luka View Post
    Barty hates it. It brings out this aggressive streak in him. To him you can't have keef and migos, it's one or the other and he's a migos man.
    everyone here likes keef's music, prove me wrong.

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    Read this thread and you will see Barty hates him. He says it's basically indie music, amateurish and shambolic, he says its for pitchfork readers not proper rap guys like him.

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