Renaissance Man Rap…


A long time ago some fuckyberg hater came on this page and had the gall to assail my pedigree as if I didn’t have piles of style and as if I didn’t read comicbooks and as if I didn’t have a run in the city’s streets. The idea that people can have varied interests and diversified lives is lost on folks who live in small boxes. They can’t see the bigger picture. They can only see one dimensional characters.

Pitchfork drew the ire of my main man Laurenovich when they lambasted his latest project for being too diverse. Laurenovich isn’t the type to feel a kind of way about anyone who doesn’t fux with his flow, but this time he had to put out a track just to keep shit 100 about a critic who couldn’t see the forest for the trees.

Meyhem Lauren is the ‘LO-End Theory.

This is called the Laurenovich Angle.

9 Responses to “Renaissance Man Rap…”

  1. T-Bag says:

    Mey is that dude straight up and down.

  2. illill says:

    fuckin crack right here when meyhem and jlove connect it’s on some updated 90s beat street records type shit
    I needed this today

  3. My Protege says:

    “It’s about real people.” This is the message of the day. Thank you.

  4. Pitchfork likes their Negroes ignorantly one-dimensional so they can’t respect the fly shit, but glad the homie Mey spoke his piece.

  5. LEX says:

    Dope track from the homie Meyhem.. I’m glad he took the time to do it in such a constructive way.

  6. james says:

    Pitchfork is all tight jeaned faggots

  7. Fosterakahunter says:

    I could not decipher what dude was trying to say in that bs review. He kept talking about how my man was showing too many facets, and I’m like, wtf? You mean he’s showing individuality, and showcasing his own style. What was that about comparing dude to the other cats? This mark just wants everyone to look and sound like Rocky and 2Chainz. Pitchfork, FYL!

  8. beirut says:

    not to be that dude. . .

    but meyhem and action differ slightly in subject matter. yet, bronson is the one with depth ?

    similar to the phenomenon of james holmes being marked as ‘troubled’ while black killers are ‘thugs,’ these white critics share the same perceptions of our culture.

    what’s shameful is how quick they are to ignore/deny anyone trying to call them out ? its dumb, because you think if there are white people that would be open-minded enough to treat the matter seriously, it would be hip-hop fans. but guess not.

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