Today, I'm aggravated. First off, I haven't seen my Saigitty album. It's the end of February, and not a peep from The Greatest Story Never Told. And then he suddenly resurfaces from out of left field:
"I'm not gonna run into the booth and make a Prodigy diss and I would lyrically destroy Prodigy," Sai told hiphopgame regarding Prodigy telling him to suck his dick. "But if we run into each other and he doesn't have ten security guards or a pistol around him, I'll beat him like a piÃ±ata. Just for that 'suck my dick' shit."
Prodigy has some serious issues that he needs to work out . Being that he's said 50 Cent saved" him and "not Jesus Christ," he's basically declared 50 as his choice of worship. So what makes you think you can tell a nigga to suck your dick if you've already got the next nigga's balls down your throat? Never in hip-hop history have I seen a rapper publicly-- and proudly-- sell his soul to a black capitalist. And for the record, the kid Saigon is pretty solid, and would really do some serious damage to Ballerina P. Come on, b. Your health is no good; you wouldn't stand a chance. Get real.
MIMS needs to drop off the face of the earth. That gimmick-of-a-track, "This is Why I'm Hot," first made its radio debut in mixshow back in June or so, so I'm guessing his newly-signed record deal is what's given him the green light for sudden regular radio rotation. Between then and now, I've come to hate the song even more. Shame on Ebro for allowing this shit to plague the airwaves, and shame on MTV3 Latino for airing the bullshit video. Although Nas is carrying the torch with barely any airplay (he's pushing towards 700K), you have this dude with no talent who is misrepresenting New York, misrepresenting rap, and infiltrating the ears of the entire tri-state era. Thanks a lot.
It just so happens that two of the rappers mentioned above carry on the notion that non-talent gets the airplay, and true talent gets no burn. What happened to "Pain in My Life"? Explain to me how it's okay to re-add to the radio program a wack track that was put out of rotation last summer?
It's coming. Like disco, doo-wop, bebop, blues, etc, hip-hop will one day die.