I've read a few comments who decided to give him a listen and here's what they are saying.....1.) all style and no substance 2.) rhymes too much 3.) uses simple rhymes like cat, hat, at ect. 4.) lil Wayne murdered him....LMMFAO you any of y'all agree with this?
First of all, rhymes too much? Are people fucking stupid?
Secondly, he's uses the most complex rhymes out there..the line that got me into Tech was "fuck you, you treated me, stupid and conceitedly"...I was like "shit, I didn't know rappers knew 4 syllable words"...He's become one of my favorite performers ever since (and that's PERFORMERS, not just rappers).
And anyone who thinks Wayne went harder (or either of the former subjects) clearly knows nothing of linguistics.
I think the problems are: he raps too fast for them, he uses words they don't know, his references are too sharp, his structure is too complex, they're mildly retarded.
These are probably the same people who think "Cat Daddy," "Teach Me How to Dougie," and anything by Soulja Boi aren't complete fucking garbage.
its like they dont understand cuzz they listen to kindergarten rap nd techs like p.h.d level shit how u gunna say he rhymes 2 much really tho we are talking about hip hop arent we? btw ive never posted this but below is one of my drawings tht relates 2 my opinion on this subject as a whole
Tech is just too complex for the average hip hop fan. Not only does he flip styles multiple times throught the course of a song, the music is so well done and has so many layers. That is why I fell in love with Tech and Krizz's music. The complex musicality of it all is just amazing to me. They are true artist and performers while many rappers are either one or the other (or none at all). Many people just want club bangers to ride to and that's ok but they truly have no clue about what real rap music is. No shame in that, some of us just use music for different reasons. I like to listen and absorb the music while disecting the lyrics. Strange Music has the market cornered when it comes to true, engulfing music.
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