Common Talks Rick Ross & Waka Flocka

В журнале для езврощенцев XXL очутилас стотья про рошида где он поведывоент коких реперков слушоент в посленде время отам среди НЛК, тжики и визе фокенга зотесалес гейкол с ломором кендрексом о так же тефлон мусорянский с вокером флокером! Мы не поймем одно - кто пускаент пенсеонера в клубы?

Common is a refugee from a more tangible, predigital era. He’s never owned a computer, and he paws helplessly at the surface of his new iPad like a kitten at a mirror. When asked
what contemporary rap he listens to, he doesn’t have a long list. “Kanye.” There’s a pause, then he adds Jay-Z and Lil Wayne. In 2012, the man adored among purists for 1994’s “I Used to Love H.E.R.” mostly listens to rappers your mother has heard of. When members of Harlem’s new ASAP collective recently approached Common in Barneys department store in New York, he had no clue who they were. “I definitely will acknowledge I’m not staying up on everything that’s going on,” he says, citing jazz and rock as genres of music he also enjoys. “We need artists like J. Cole and Kendrick Lamar, who really appreciate hip-hop.

I actually like some of Rick Ross’s stuff, as well. His music is fun to me. I could hear a Waka Flocka song in the club and appreciate that it’s got everybody on 30,000 charged up. But usually I breeze through. I’m not seeking it out.”

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