Yeah word. See, I just chalk it up to an abrasive motherf**ker being abrasive.. and also knowing some people will see the video and at least hear his s**t. We're just taking slightly different perspectives on that aspect I suppose. If he hadn't built a career saying ignorant/crazy/absurd s**t on record, I would definitely be right there with you.
Fair enough, family. I used to like him, but I dunno what turned me off him in the past couple years, I just keep it moving, but I kept some of his older material in my library.
BCC was a whole movement.. like when you talk about the WU you dont talk about each individual's impact.. you talk about them as a whole....
Smif n wessun, Blackmoon, OGC, Heltah Skeltah were all part of ONE big family.. and 9 times out of 10 if you mention Boot Camp Click ..Sean Price (or Ruck) name goin to be one of the first mentioned..
I guess I must be the 1 out of 10, cause when I think of BCC, I think of Buckshot first and foremost, the Helta, OGC, and SnW.
In other words, Wu-Tang is to ODB isn't the same as BCC is to Sean P -- P was an a.ssociate. Family, granted, but BCC did their thing and Sean P did his, and collectively, they put together a nice piece of hip hop history.
Again, I'm not directing this at BCC, not DD, I'm talking about Sean P specifically. And about Sean P, relatively speaking, he didn't accomplish as much as y'all making it seem like. In my opinion at least.
At the end of the day, in 2010, I'd rather listen to KiD CuDi than Sean P. Call me what you want... I don't wear skinny jeans, I'm not a hipster, I grew up in Brooklyn, and I listen to almost every single genre of music, including most sub-genres. It is what it is.
This whole discussion is very subjective, so no one is wrong. It just bothers me when cats (The N, in this situation) state their opinion in the form of a fact. "If you like CuDi, you don't know real hip hop" -- c'mon with that foolishness.