Very uncommon to be see hip-hop in a surf film... How come? I'm sure a lot of you guys aren't a fan of hip-hop but I don't mind it and I think it would be sick to see it put in some more surf films. Just my $0.02... What do you guys think
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Thread: Hip-Hop & Surfing
Jul 15, 2013, 12:46 AM #1
Hip-Hop & Surfing
If you watch some of the videos on this site there are quite a few done to hip hop.
hasn't hip hop taken over everything else. When are people going to realize for the most part, it blows?!
Jul 15, 2013, 01:40 AM #4
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Jul 15, 2013, 01:46 AM #6Member
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I like some hip-hop. The kind that actually includes lyrical wit, skills, etc. But I dunno, surfing and hip-hop just seem weird together. No idea why but it just doesn't seem to work in my opinion. I'd rather hear some sweet garage rock tunes or something like that instead.
Yo Pump and Koki you dawgs are trippin
Rap is the most talented genre in music history. Kanye West is a musical genius, He says so, himself.
Dudes, it is so advanced that you don't need to play instruments; don't need any knowledge of music theory; don't need to be able to sing; don't need no melody; and in today's rap offerings, you don't need any basic amount of cleverness with words, don't need no flow, and don't need any talent whatsoever.
Forget fretting chords, just push a few buttons on a computer for your music. Then dig out that 3rd grade poetry project you had, make sure the end of each line is a simplistic rhyme, act like you used to sell drugs on the streets, mention that you might be affiliated with the Bloods, and collect the money.
Oh say, the word "Ni$$a" a lot, even if you are a punk Canadian who played a paralyzed dude in Degrassi The Next Generation who now plays tough guy rap dude. Oh yeah, repeat words alot ...over and over again, it fills space and keeps you from having to come up with another word that rhymes with "block." You've already used "sock," "cock," and "rock." This stuff get tough, dawgs.
Jul 15, 2013, 02:48 AM #8Junior Member
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It's really a genre that's growing and improving quickly. You should check it out Kendrick, Chance the Rapper, Frank Ocean. People are doing cool ****, man. And maybe even try to go into listening to it without your preconceived (and uninformed) notions.
I don't watch movies anymore until they come on basic cable. What's the point. But I did rent that TED thang a few months ago. Heard it was good. That was THE WORST movie I have ever seen. I gave up twenty minutes into the horrible piece of garbage. Ok, a teedy bear comes to life and then it drinks, pulls tubes, and cusses in a Boston accent. Wow, friggin fantastic. Oh that Hangover movie y'all love so much was average. It is in no way the cinematic masterpiece people make it out to be.
Hey Robber, I don't know how young you are, but raps been around well over thirty years, dawg. And the stuff in the 1990's BLOWS today's stuff away. So actually, the genre is regressing. The dude's today have absolutely no talent. None.
And Robber, I'm never uninformed, I know everything except a few things I don't know.
Jul 15, 2013, 03:43 PM #10Member
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Zeke Lau Volcom's Strange Brains to Aesop Rock is good I think. Just fits.