CTRL C CTRL V was the hardest joint as a song but Genius Bar was definitely the nicest flexing on the tape.
Really dope 90s hip hop throwback stuff. Shinoda went hard. Probably his most punchline/wordplay-oriented rapping he's ever done.
Nothing makes you feel more invincible
Then the sounds of rhythmic syllables
Ride around town blasting flows, triples
Raw dog bitch opponents,...
Of all those bands, LP the only one that has that crossover appeal on lock. But very few rock bands had that authentic respect for hip hop the way...
1. In The End
2. Lying From You
3. In Pieces
4. Lost In The Echo
5. Nobody Can Save Me
Fuck Ya Life in my ass
It's decent for a Shinoda solo vid. Song has grown on me more tbh. Nice "warm weather" vibe to it.
Linkin Park's Music
She Never Been To Pluto in my ass
Trippie Redd- Geronimo (ft. Chino Moreno)
I personally enjoy how much Mike has adapted to modern flows in hip-hop. The lyrics are pretty run of the mill Shinoda, but he incorporates the...
You are all idiots. C-Flat is a reference to Pimp C's "The Honey" where he says he got respect for the flat backers. Mike doesn't like flat junk...
Key! - I Know
I pull up on you, it's just an exercise
Wouldn't bust, you don't have enough enterprise
Unless you unleash a demon in me, just an exorcise
Jace- Still Alive
Lil Uzi Vert- Moon Relate
For me, Primo was the only highlight. The UIB demos weren't particularly that interesting to me. Holding Company was cool tho. :shrug:
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