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    Key Glock has a pretty solid fanbase already but he could definitely blow up more online on forums and shit, homie makes tough tracks and has his lane locked down

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      no diss thread is complete without Ether by Nas

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        this shit is too smooth

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          This shit is hard as bricks.

          Never even heard of AD but gonna check out the rest of this album rn.

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            Best song on the whole album fr, glad it got a video

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              Sauce Walka stays slept on

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                I’ve gotta go with Get Rich or Die Tryin by 50 Cent.

                So many hits on one single album that still hold up strong today. Many Men, In Da Club, High All The Time, P.I.M.P., there are just so many massive bangers on this one.

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                  What ever happened to Yo Gotti anyways? I haven’t kept up with him in a hot minute, last song I remember him by is Down in the DM but that has to be like 3 or 4 years ago by now

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                    He dropped an album called Untrapped this year lol

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                      Oh word? is it any good?

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                      I think he’s got an album that’s supposed to drop this year iirc

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                      I don’t even like Rich Brian’s music much but this video is wholesome as fuck

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                        I can see an argument being made for him being the most influential of the last decade, but I feel like Kanye has to be the most influential of the century so far. Multiple classic albums, and a significant contribution to two stylistic shifts in hip hop puts him up there for me

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                          I’m not a huge Kanye fan but I can’t disagree with that. I would argue however that Lil Wayne is more influential in terms of the amount of current rappers that have been influenced by him directly, while Kanye is more influential in the broader sense affecting the entire genre.

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                          I think this was the first song I heard from him. Dope shit

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                            same here, made me a fan instantly. gibbs raps so effortlessly it’s wild

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                            https://soundcloud.com/greenfield-official/peter-pan-vol-18-mhh-cypher-prod-kamal

                            Newest mini-song ^

                            I started writing songs when I was like 13 so I could get girls, and I had a band. Then I started listening to Lonely Island and I wrote comedy rap. Then I got into Atmosphere and Eminem and started writing lyrics with substance. A couple years later I got into hip hop for real and started writing rap as slightly more than just a hobby. These days I’m trying to turn it into a full on career.

                            My clear influences are definitely Mac and Eminem. I’ve got the same kinda vibe in my music as them. But my non-obvious influences are Danny (the comedy) Earl (the depression lmao) and Tyler (the aesthetic and vision).

                            My music is pretty relatable I’d say? I’m not too abstract, I like to write lyrics that are original but personal.

                            What sets me apart is probably my originality. I hate coming off as derivative. I definitely have my influences and I imitate some styles that I enjoy, but I try to always have my own spin on anything I do.

                            I think I could improve on my mixing, my technical skills (a la wordplay, double entendres, etc.), and maybe my delivery. Sometimes I get too caught up in trying to deliver stuff clearly that I don’t put as much impact as I should behind my voice.

                            My skill is definitely my flow. I honestly haven’t met a whole lot of amateur rappers with as good a flow as me. I know how to ride a beat and switch it up when I need to. I’m also pretty happy with my pen game, my lyrics are probably something I’m consistently happy with. Always trying to improve though.

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                              I agree with that you could improve on mixing, but I also think you’re right about your flow being dope, especially for only having that many followers. I dig it and could definitely see some of the influence there

                              I started writing songs when I was like 13 so I could get girls

                              That’s actually a boss move, did it work?

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                                Not yet, the only girls I’ve dated liked me without caring a single bit about my music LMAO.

                                Also thank you for the feedback.

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                                  That really do be how it is tho lmao

                                  and of course man, keep making more shit and growing as an artist!

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                                    Thanks man, much appreciated!

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                                this is actually pretty sick, your flow is definitely one of your high points g

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                                Lucki doesn’t miss. Lowkey though his stuff from this period of his career (this tape, Son of Sam, etc) hit so much better than his newer stuff imo. It’s like he hit the sweet spot between not xanned out at all and too xanned out to flow with structure

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                                  bro this beat is stupid

                                  Just checked out his other shit and it’s good but would be a lot better with more unique beats like this

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                                    he’s got too many cowbells and rimshots in his other stuff in my opinion