Diario

  • you NEED to check out Z-Ro

    Dic 10 2007, 4:32 di DopeRican

    Sorry if I’m sort of echoing what everyone else is thinking as of late, but nowadays I’m just not feeling what’s new in hip hop, to me everything seems watered down and un-passionate, no real pride, nothing behind the lyrics. To me Houston based rapper Z-Ro is what I believe all other mainstream “rappers” should set their standards to. Asides from the obvious greats (pac, pun, big r.i.p.) I’ve never heard an artist demand so much respect while remaining true to himself on the mic as Z-Ro. His raps are insanely personal, and very gripping, he reminds me in a sense of Cormega and Joe Budden minus all the boasting about lyrical ability, in the sense that a theme to both of their music seems to be betrayal, and pain encountered while making their come up to fame. Anyone can feel his raps because they deal with what everyone goes through, fraudulent friends, jealousy, hopelessness, the desire to hustle to make ends meet, wanting to leave poverty, and the frustrations that come with doing so. …
  • you NEED to check out Z-Ro

    Ago 15 2007, 23:33 di DopeRican

    Sorry if I’m sort of echoing what everyone else is thinking as of late, but nowadays I’m just not feeling what’s new in hip hop, to me everything seems watered down and un-passionate, no real pride, nothing behind the lyrics. To me Houston based rapper Z-Ro is what I believe all other mainstream “rappers” should set their standards to. Asides from the obvious greats (pac, pun, big r.i.p.) I’ve never heard an artist demand so much respect while remaining true to himself on the mic as Z-Ro. His raps are insanely personal, and very gripping, he reminds me in a sense of Cormega and Joe Budden minus all the boasting about lyrical ability, in the sense that a theme to both of their music seems to be betrayal, and pain encountered while making their come up to fame. Anyone can feel his raps because they deal with what everyone goes through, fraudulent friends, jealousy, hopelessness, the desire to hustle to make ends meet, wanting to leave poverty, and the frustrations that come with doing so. …