I'm agree with OP.
Once the fire is extinguished, nobody gets burned - I think it's that simple. He was once enraged by the world, channelled his fury through his music and incinerated anybody who dared to looked at him twice; so when all the world's self-righteous eyes stared at him disapprovingly, his hit list was endless and his wrath spread like wildfire. His contribution to Hip Hop was greatest as an antagonist and is weakest as a conformist.
It wouldn't be nearly as much of an issue if there was an up and coming artist prepared to step in and fill the void, but there is none. Instead, we have giant formations of industry drones marching together in unison to the beat of a pacifying drum - nobody dares break the rhythm and step out of line. The whole situation is fu*king sad. Is this what Hip Hop was meant to be, or has it lost its way?
Last edited by noverum; 10-13-2012 at 07:39 PM..