I have recently started listening to THEOPHILUS LONDON and "the nigga is dope" lol. I have noticed that LONDON and Kid Cudi have alot of parallels in their style, because of their different approach to music but so far I'm feel LONDON alot more idk jus my opinion. I feel LONDON has this "club banga techno meets boogie down jazz ass" feel, along with far superior lyrics compared to Cudi(Cudi simply cant spit to me). So far I have heard 5 tracks by this guy and am already deeming him my favorite "abstract artist". I have always had a problem with enjoying Cudi because of substantially below par lyrical element he brings to his music and thanks to LONDON I now have an excuses to push Cudi to the side. However I still believe his album was really nice and the song "Mr.Solo Dolo" is simply one of those exceptions to the rule, but overall I'm feeling LONDON way more.
I have been away from my blog for a while, not because I've been busy or occupied in other activities more important but simply because I haven't had much to say. I may have had some thoughts here and there but nothing I deemed worthy of your time, I feel that each topic I blog about should not only be because I like it but be something someone might wanna read and not something I read about on numerous blogs before. But like I said before this blog is not for YOU its MY thought and My opinions. If my thoughts aren't interesting enough for you I thank You for your time, but I will not compromise my craft (lol I had to giggle this is more of a Hobby but that sounds better). So yea random post but I felt I was obligated to post something explaining my absence, I hope I accomplished my goal. Now if that goal was not accomplished I'm sorry for waisting your time.
I have always been a Doom fan, but Mos def just opened my eyes even wider to what this guy was really saying. I have always found a meaning in certain bars from Doom but I see now that I must take head to every word this guy spits out lol. Doom the Great!
"I'd beat a million dollars on doom against Lil Wayne...."