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Old 01-07-2011, 11:40 AM   #31 (permalink)
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Do you not like the production or the rapping?
I don't like the whole shebang.
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Old 01-07-2011, 11:41 AM   #32 (permalink)
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I think the production on the album is unreal. And as well as that the guy isn't afraid to say anything, he's willing to take risks and although a lot of his raps are a bit below the belt, a lot of the time they are very witty and amusing.
I listen to it and I don't hear risk-taking at all, just dullness.
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So then, what kind of rap do you like?
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Old 01-07-2011, 11:42 AM   #34 (permalink)
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I listen to it and I don't hear risk-taking at all, just dullness.
Maybe you should give the Earl album a try. The production is the same and they both have similiar lyrics but the rapping and the general style is different.
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YouTube - Tyler , The Creator - Seven

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The second one is Earl.

I think its a little bit harsh to say that the rapping is generic. It's more of an acquired taste.
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Old 01-07-2011, 11:44 AM   #36 (permalink)
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If he didn't like Tyler's album, I really doubt he'd like Earl's.
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If he didn't like Tyler's album, I really doubt he'd like Earl's.
Yeah, same thing I was thinking.
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If he didn't like Tyler's album, I really doubt he'd like Earl's.
Worth a try, then we could at least get a little bit of conflicting opinion and here that'll generate discussion. 10 people saying "it's good" isn't as interesting.
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The more I listen, the more I'm just turned off by the lyrical content of Tyler, and a lot of Earl. I don't really see it as risk-taking or daring. I mean, he's got this broad subject of rape/doing crazy stuff so he has unlimited things to rhyme. I don't know, this whole horrorcore rap thing just really isn't my style at all. A lot of respect to the flow and rhyme schemes and there are a good amount of great lines, but just the subject matter and stuff turns me off from it
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Earl is 16 and Tyler is 18. The lyrics are very immature.
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