#1: Hip Hop and modern wrapping Author: lordfuznut, Location: Planet FuznutPosted: Mon Feb 4 11:50:26 EST 2008 ---- ‘Old-school hip-hop’
like there’s no better way to say it
blowing dust off the stylus
the vinyls spins in semi-automatic
crackle fills the silence
like dust filled the cracks
make the spines rush with static
like the cord, goes way back
breaks n beats you
crafted and burned to
rhymes, graffiti, lessons learned, too
you crossed all lines
from train yards to the
hollywood hill-sign like you were Seen
fucked the buff, dumped Koch
capped Cap for crossing over
too many scribe lines, obscene
no need to contrast all the above
with modern rap,
it’s a wrap.
Last edited by lordfuznut on Mon Feb 4 14:39:12 EST 2008; edited 1 time in total
#2: Re: Hip Hop and modern wrapping Author: NoGoody, Location: DetroitPosted: Mon Feb 4 13:18:00 EST 2008 ---- Good one Fuz.
Like 2Pac said, "ain't nothing like the ol' school"
#3: Re: Hip Hop and modern wrapping Author: lordfuznut, Location: Planet FuznutPosted: Mon Feb 4 14:42:12 EST 2008 ---- cheers,
#4: Re: Hip Hop and modern wrapping Author: lukaki26, Location: East Sussex, EnglandPosted: Wed Feb 27 20:47:08 EST 2008 ---- I love the first stanza, the flow was exciting and seemed to be building up momentum, to be cut short too early.
You lost me on the second stanza as far as content goes, but that's down to my own lack of knowledge on the subject.
I really do think the first stanza was superb.
#5: Re: Hip Hop and modern wrapping Author: Seph25, Posted: Wed Feb 27 21:18:28 EST 2008 ---- I'm a big fan of old school hip hop too. I love the piece, I don't know how you usually perform that one but for some reason I can hear cuts and scratches in between stanzas, you should try it out if you haven't already.
#6: Re: Hip Hop and modern wrapping Author: Deleted_User_5058, Posted: Thu Feb 28 12:08:29 EST 2008 ---- I was pulled in by the title.....using "wrap" instead of "rap". That was awesome because I felt like I was being wrapped in your world throughout.
#7: Re: Hip Hop and modern wrapping Author: Bogeyman, Location: West Bloomfield, MIPosted: Thu Feb 28 15:36:41 EST 2008 ---- Fresh and scratchy. I like " you crossed all lines" and "for crossing over too many scribed lines" separately, not sure the image needs to be repeated, but , for some reason, I was thinking about scratch lines on my old LPs and skips...lol! Godd stuff. B.