I’ve waited a long time for another good Kid Cudi album, then came quickly to realize while listening that Cudi and DotDaGenius have taken a Rock genre switch with rap incorporated. But let me also note that this is a totally different guy from the past. He has changed his direction of music drastically, along with the way he lives his life. This not the huge album that fans of Cudi from the past were waiting for. He is now a rocker, and damn good one.
Will have full post together by that thursday.
I. fucking. slipped. Sorry, WZRD will come out wednesday. Work load has been unreal this past week. Thank you for all the patience.
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Review of WZRD will come in a day or so. 5/11 songs have been written up, stay posted.
Okay so first off his voice urks the shit out of me it’s just so obnoxious, but for some reason I kept listening, and when I did I liked what I heard. This dude has bars, his metaphors and rhymes are pretty solid. He’s a smart dude. I like how he sounds so serious at times to makin’ jokes at times. Overall this dude is just raw.
While a lot of the “Kony” stuff has blown up, it has stirred much talk about the child soldier situation in Africa. No I am not going to waste my time to try and preach to you guys that this problem can be solved because it can’t be solved by donating. But the point of this song is to warn people about the problems in Africa. This is 2007 when this song is made. 2007!!! It is 2012 and the white kid next door is sharing another rich white kid’s share of the Kony 2012 video. How about we open our eyes and realize the meaning behind his lyrics in this song, warned us a long time ago. The OG Lupe Fiasco is telling us about the problem, hes solving it himself at the moment as much as he can, stop listening to the dumb high school kid and listen to the smartest musician around. Listen. Click Here for the Rap Genius explanations
Other than the fact that he is Canadian he and Drake actually have quite a bit in common; they both rap about things that are real to them, their lyrics almost always relate (more than most rappers now a days) and they both have good content. Although Prizzy’s hair is better than Drizzy’s, he is still not quite on Drake’s level. This 18 year old still has a lot of learning to do but clearly loves the rap game and I feel that D Pryde has much in store for us yet to come. Good stuff Mr. Pryde.