i choose to label it "music"
Tales from the sick was influenced by horror movies, which is basically what horrorcore was really about. Prozak does rap about killing people and has horror tales such as "It Was You" and "Crossing Over". To say it wasn't horrorcore would be pretty stupid then. What genre would you say it was then? traditional Hip-Hop???
dutch_raven said:Yeah, those were horrorcore for sure. I don't think Tales From the Sick was really a horrorcore album though. Had maybe a few horrorcore songs, but it also had a lot of political rap and storytelling stuff on it too. It was just a great album. I know not everyone is a fan, but I am. Hopefully he sticks with Strange but I'll still support him if he doesn't.
Bizzaro said:listen to bedlam....pdm....or afterbirth[a prozak cd]
hes horrorcore lol
cody said:also Bonecrusher right, And I dont understand why people label prozak as horrorcore cause hes clearly not if you have ever really listened to his music. mabe influenced by it but I wouldnt say thats what he is
juggalo_mo23 said:Prozak said on his twitter dirtball twiztid ill bill and in an interview twista is also on the album. he said that this album is the best shit he has ever done ever. He said he also has 2 albums complete besides the one he is finishing up right now. he is editing the seekers dvd and finishing it up. He has a live dvd that he is finishing also. The thing is there is no fucking release date for none of all this freshness prozak is working on.
Ahiggity Diggity said:To be honest, I dont really care what label Prozak is on, it's still Prozak. Not being on Strange doesn't mean your music will suck compared to the music which has been released on strange.
Cole said:and people still doubt us when we say Prozak is not on strange anymore...
Ahiggity Diggity said:Prozak said on his twitter
"Strange or not, I'm Still Prozak"
My guess is that the Strange Days tour will be his last on Strange Music.