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  • Hip Hop, as a genre of music, is waaaaaaay bigger than just the generic names we hear today. Pac, Biggie, Etc. Don’t get us wrong, we don’t mean generic as in “not impactful”. We understand these artists paid their dues. However, when we have people shitting on new (underground/independent) artists or claiming Biggie or Pac are the greatest ever but never venture out to listen to other artists (old or new) other than the ones noted on here, that’s a problem.
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Do yourself a favor a dig deeper into Hip Hop/Rap Music. There are so many great artists that put out incredible music throughout the years.
  • Hip Hop, as a genre of music, is waaaaaaay bigger than just the generic names we hear today. Pac, Biggie, Etc. Don’t get us wrong, we don’t mean generic as in “not impactful”. We understand these artists paid their dues. However, when we have people shitting on new (underground/independent) artists or claiming Biggie or Pac are the greatest ever but never venture out to listen to other artists (old or new) other than the ones noted on here, that’s a problem.
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    Do yourself a favor a dig deeper into Hip Hop/Rap Music. There are so many great artists that put out incredible music throughout the years.
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  • SINGLE REVIEW
Middle Child -J. Cole (@realcoleworld)

When I first heard thing single, I thought it was garbage for Coles standard. Out of the 5 non-album singles he’s released (sorry if there’s old mixtape ones I haven’t heard of), this is his worst. I still stand by that, but I must say this track is interesting. The hook (or refrain) is really catchy and I like it. The first verse is good (I’ll dive into that in a second), but the second verse is underwhelming. 
The first verse has one key part that stands out to me: an 8 line Kanye diss. In one of Coles other singles False Prophets, he also reportedly disses Kanye. It shows they have beef. In those 8 lines, 2 stand out to me as against Kanye. The first is where Cole states the person (Kanye) is using shoes for clout. As a sneakerhead, I can see this. Kanye recently has been releasing larger quantities of Yeezy models where more people can get them. This could easily just be a genius marketing scheme so more people hear his name and more people buy his shoes. The second is what I think references the Drake vs Pusha and Kanye beef. We all know about the Pusha and Drake battles and that Kanye took part. I think this line references Kanye starting the beef by letting Pusha know about Drakes son. Reports say Kanye was in the studio with Drake when he recorded March 14, the track about his son. 
The second verse is boring to me. It basically states that Cole is the “middle child” in rap. He doesn’t associate with the old heads, but isn’t the new generation. He’s the middle, so he learned from the OGs, and helps the younger. It makes sense but Coles delivery wasnt appealing to me. 
In the end, I give this track a 7.25/10. It wasn’t very entertaining, but it was a little interesting to me. - @lgoldberg13 
Comment your thoughts on the track below! 
#JCole #MiddleChild #TMinus #newmusic #albumreview #musicreview #music #rap #rapmusic #hiphop #art #hiphopinfluencers
  • SINGLE REVIEW
    Middle Child -J. Cole (@realcoleworld)

    When I first heard thing single, I thought it was garbage for Coles standard. Out of the 5 non-album singles he’s released (sorry if there’s old mixtape ones I haven’t heard of), this is his worst. I still stand by that, but I must say this track is interesting. The hook (or refrain) is really catchy and I like it. The first verse is good (I’ll dive into that in a second), but the second verse is underwhelming.
    The first verse has one key part that stands out to me: an 8 line Kanye diss. In one of Coles other singles False Prophets, he also reportedly disses Kanye. It shows they have beef. In those 8 lines, 2 stand out to me as against Kanye. The first is where Cole states the person (Kanye) is using shoes for clout. As a sneakerhead, I can see this. Kanye recently has been releasing larger quantities of Yeezy models where more people can get them. This could easily just be a genius marketing scheme so more people hear his name and more people buy his shoes. The second is what I think references the Drake vs Pusha and Kanye beef. We all know about the Pusha and Drake battles and that Kanye took part. I think this line references Kanye starting the beef by letting Pusha know about Drakes son. Reports say Kanye was in the studio with Drake when he recorded March 14, the track about his son.
    The second verse is boring to me. It basically states that Cole is the “middle child” in rap. He doesn’t associate with the old heads, but isn’t the new generation. He’s the middle, so he learned from the OGs, and helps the younger. It makes sense but Coles delivery wasnt appealing to me.
    In the end, I give this track a 7.25/10. It wasn’t very entertaining, but it was a little interesting to me. - @lgoldberg13
    Comment your thoughts on the track below!
    #JCole #MiddleChild #TMinus #newmusic #albumreview #musicreview #music #rap #rapmusic #hiphop #art #hiphopinfluencers
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