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Desc:Creating a hiphop career with one charge on mommy's credit card at a time
Category:General Station
Tags:Rap, hiphop, timmyb
Submitted:Enjoy
Date:03/06/15
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Void 71
They even rented genuine African Americans to bolster his street cred.
Oscar Wildcat
Straight outta Hamptons.

spikestoyiu
I was convinced this was an elaborate joke.

I wonder how much money his dad wasted on this.
Enjoy
I first thought he had some medical issue that made him look weird and Make-A-Wish had put on this whole charade for him.

yogarfield
I was thinking something more along the lines of Ark Music Factory for spoiled rotten boys, but I think Enjoy is right.

spikestoyiu
I'm pretty sure he's just ugly.

Mr. Purple Cat Esq.
Can someone find some of 'his' actual music?
Who knows maybe its amazing!
infinite zest
I skipped around, and while I'm no hip hop expert (I like 2 Chainz and.. that's about it as far as new stuff) it actually stands up, flow style (especially at around 5:00) to most mainstream hip hop like Drake and the gang. Now, let's not forget that Drake was a child star too on Degrassi TNG, but what kid would agree to do this documentary? This is embarrassing as that Deathklok episode where their parents are in town.

infinite zest
But at least he's cool and up front about coming from wealth and loving supportive parents. I had to look it up, but Drake, save for a divorce, had a very similar upbringing. I guess I had never thought about it. Take for example The Strokes: maybe they're not that relevant these days, but in 2001 or so everybody hated them because they were these really rich kids whose parents basically modeled them into the perfect hipster rock band with their paychecks, when musicians I knew had been struggling to get a gig that'd pay for more than half a tank of gas for the drive home, usually just playing for a sandwich and beer. But that doesn't mean that they didn't have one outstanding album, and one.. uhh pretty good album. And besides their bohemian style, they weren't exactly hiding their affluence. I like that more than when your favorite punk band tries to hide the fact that they used to be a ska band or something. I dunno..

spikestoyiu
There's some on his YouTube channel. It is not amazing.

Old_Zircon
Man, have some self respect, kid. Sell weed.
Oscar Wildcat
Being black is a choice. Look at the rap industry. People go into it, they come out black. You aren't going to sit there and deny Vanilla Ice, are you?
Cena_mark
He rolls up into the recording studio with mommy. Supportive parents are cool and what not, but for something like music you just don't go all in. When a kid wants to play guitar you just don't buy him a Les Paul and a Mesa/Boogie stack. You get the shitty Squire starter kit.
When I was started rapping, I didn't have a studio or hired producers. I just had some bootlegged software and an old school Korg DDD-1 drum machine I got on ebay. I picked up new instruments and skills along the way, so now I'm more than just a rapper.
Enjoy
but what do you do for your photoshoots?

EvilHomer
You should challenge him to a rap battle, Cena.

Cena_mark
That dork wouldn't stand a chance even though he has the advantage of his own stylist.

Adham Nu'man
I thought the whole point of bragging was that you bragged about things you actually achieved.
EvilHomer
Nah, nah, see, he's got all this shit that he CAN achieve. That's much better than things you've actually achieved, they over with already.

EvilHomer
I would love to see this kid at GOTJ.
EvilHomer
Question for Prickly Pete, or anyone else here who's down with the clown: is the Gathering's schedule open for negotiation? That is, is there some way for fans to request bands directly, and, if the band gets enough votes from the community, ICP will let them play a set?

Scrotum H. Vainglorious
This is on par with 9/11.
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