Anyone who ain't rappers, lets have a show of hands,
'Cause there's too many rappers, not enough fans.
Used to be about the posses, crews, cliques, and the clans,
Now these little young boys thinkin' they the f*ckin' man.
They the reason fans only gave Lupe a chance,
'Cause they thought "Kick, Push" was the name of a dance.
Brooklyn emcee PackFM brings the heat on this title track off of his 2010 sophomore album and follow-up to his critically acclaimed 2006 release, Whut Duz FM Stand For? Pack goes after everyone, but particularly calls out the legendary Common. In a recent interview with HipHopDX, Pack explained the diss:
Remember "The Bitch In Yoo?" Common was getting at Ice Cube real hard for switching his whole style up to whatever was the flavor of the month and for being in movies. Look at Common now. I think Common is a talented writer, but he's shown that he's not above flippin' the script for the sake of relevance.
On another note, I apologize to my readers for my complete lack of posts during the past two weeks. This semester was particularly difficult for personal reasons that I won't go into, but I've needed the time at home to decompress (mostly via videojuegos and hanging with my ladyfriend). But now I'm back and I intend to get back to regular posting over the next couple days.
Peace, Love, & Hip Hop,