I'm Gudda Gudda,
You know how Kanye West said “Sophisticated ignorance, write my curses in cursive” to concisely describe himself on “Otis”? Or how Jay-Z did the same thing on “U Don’t Know” (“I sell ice in the winter, I sell fire in hell / I am a hustler, baby, I’ll sell water to a well”) and “Renegade” (“See I’m influenced by the ghetto you ruined /
That same dude you gave nothin', I made somethin doin' ”)?
Well Gudda is doing that too!
1. He introduces himself, and audaciously reflecting his persona, does it in the least creative way possible: just saying his name
2. Gudda Gudda being unable to actually do quality half rhymes, and because two different rhyming words is just too much, here he chooses to showcase his usual rhyme pattern: the widely critized “repeating the same word over again to rhyme” (see? Gudda rhymes with Gudda! Genius!) — but hey, fuck NaS and Emily Dickinson and their ground-breaking half-rhymes, right? this guy can, and will, only rhyme in same-word perfect rhymes (or do 1st grade level “same end-syllable” rhymes)
3. Introduces himself in the middle of his verse, after having spit a bunch of bland, boring lines where he tried to sound like Weezy —> reminding the listener that his only purpose is to sound like a brain-dead Lil' Wayne
Now that is talent people!
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