So Lil B is from The Bay and he&39;s a youth hahaha we can stop right here! He already good in my book. But what gets Lil B admission into my coveted genre of Liberation Rock is his absolute lack of fear when it comes to.
So Lil B is from The Bay and he&8217;s a youth hahaha we can stop right here! He already good in my book. But what gets Lil B admission into my coveted genre of &8220;Liberation Rock&8221; is his absolute lack of fear when it comes to challenging the status quo. Whether it be in hip-hop, which is very elitist and caste and class oriented, or just society in general, which is very elitist and class centric. His albeit &8220;rocky&8221; road musically has been honestly at times unbearable to walk on. Some of Lil B&8217;s past works have been underwhelming to say the least and at moments I would seriously consider heading out for smoother pavement. But every now and again an absolute jewel would come to the surface and I&8217;d find myself unable to fathom leaving this kids side for any reason. The vulgar lyrics, happy go lucky cooking dances and sometimes pointless stream of conscious style rambling started to give way to hints of a deadly serious revolutionary mentality lurking underneath. Now I&8217;m not talking Dead Prez or Immortal Technique level stuff here but something just as powerful and meaningful. What I was witnessing was a man in the process of profound self-realization and self-awareness. And seeing that this road has led to the promised land in the form of &8220;I&8217;m Gay (I&8217;m Happy)&8221; has been for me just as fulfilling as the new understandings that I&8217;m sure Lil Bars has come upon if the content of his new album is anything to go by.
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Tags: lil b, lupe fiasco
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