I got love for everybody, who give a fuck how you feel though All I Blow Is Loud by Juicy J

Juicy may have love for you; but he doesn’t need to hear about the petty feelings of a mere mortal.

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Walt: Walter White. Granite State by Breaking Bad (Ft. Peter Gould)

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I just found it odd that MTV wanted to stand me next to this nigga when they are talking about gay people, that’s all. You know what I’m saying? Apology to Jason Collins by A$AP Rocky

It was going so well...

Rocky starts to hedge a little.

Rocky has stated multiple times in the past that he has no problem with homosexuality, but with his entry into fashion, some people started talking about his sexuality. Crew mate A$AP Ferg explained to Complex after Rocky’s BET “dress” episode:

A$AP is comfortable being black sheep. We were always weirdos. We wanted to be unique. People didn’t accept us in Harlem. They were scared to stand next to Jeremy Scott. Why? Because he’s gay? He’s one of the best designers of our generation. When Rocky wore the Ann Demeulemeester shirt on BET, people called it a dress. It’s some high fashion sh*t, a $30,000 long-sleeve shirt. We’re on that different type of fly. People who call us gay just aren’t open-minded.

The fact that MTV put him at the same time as Collins might have made him think that they were associating him with homosexuality. Rocky felt that he was put on display, so he tried to distance himself from Jason; hence the inappropriate “facial expressions.”

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September 12th, 2013

I completely disagree with this analysis. Rocky is pointing out the very true notion of representation among groups you don’t belong to in this statement. Rocky clearly stands in support with those who are gay, but realizes MTV’s choice in having him represent them is alienating and unfair to queer artists (especially those in rap, L1EF, Azealia Banks, “homo-hop” as a genre, Frank Ocean, the list goes on) who have some real credence on the issue due to their experience belonging to said oppressed group. This isn’t to say homophobia only effects those who are gay whatsoever, but it should be noted that queer artists should speak for queers, not anyone else. Rocky realizes that almost completely (supporting Macklemore being the caveat I won’t go into).

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[Hook x2] The Town by The Weeknd

The hook is very reminiscent of Bob Seger’s “Turn the Page” in the way it describes relationships on the road, burdened by the knowledge that he will innevitably leave

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5124 DeLongpre Ave.
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Terms for Poetry Reading (1971 Letter) by Charles Bukowski

Bukowski’s famous bungalow in East-Hollywood, where he did some of his best work, and which appears in several of his books.

The bungalow was bought privately and supposed to be destroyed to free the land for construction back in 2007. But a movement arrised attempting to preserve it, and the Los Angeles’s Cultural Heritage Commission ended up declaring it a Cultural Monument, thus saving it as a landmark for fans to visit.

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Fine then, I’m drinking coffee and rolling cigarettes and looking out at the hot baked street and a lady just walked by wiggling it in tight white pants, and we are not dead yet. Terms for Poetry Reading (1971 Letter) by Charles Bukowski

Goes to show Bukowski’s short attention span whenever women were around. The “we are not dead yet” refers to the feeling of being alive they gave him—and is also a boast about his manhood. He may be getting older, but he’s still on the make.

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I promise not to be overly intoxicated at the reading. Terms for Poetry Reading (1971 Letter) by Charles Bukowski

Bukowski was famous for showing up at readings drunk out of his mind, barely able to stand, hence not only would he not read what he was supposed to, but he would often improvise rants

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[Verse 1: Earl Sweatshirt] Burgundy by Earl Sweatshirt (Ft. Vince Staples)

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Skys the limit, limbs extended
Care to see the land and the water
Years by Hodgy Beats

But Hodgy doesn’t give a fuck, he won’t let anything stop him. He feels free, like he can fly. He feels as if his limbs were extended, he has unlimited reach. He’s flying so high, he can see land and water from above

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May 30th, 2013

Hodgy wants to see himself with the land and water, so that is his primary goal. He is going to fly against all the people who don’t believe in him and get there.

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And do things like pay attention
On your road your daily mission
Years by Hodgy Beats

And you have to always pay attention to everything while you try to make your daily bread

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May 30th, 2013

You can tie this back into the intro — where you see yourself in a couple years starts with what you will do today.

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