The first half is dedicated to more straight-up drill beats: "We Gon Ride" finds Dreezy teaming up with Gucci Mane over thundering bass and samples, while "Spazz" is a track that demands the biggest sound system you've got.Highlight "Bad B*tch" shows just how lethal Dreezy can be, her lazy, gravelly flow dripping with menace as she drops multiple killer verses.Coming from the lower rungs of society, the environment many rap artists are groomed in is not for the faint of heart and can instill a mean streak strictly in the name of survival.Bitterness with their station in life has also been a topic rappers have touched on, but the most common catalyst for anger or aggression in rap boils down to beef, which usually stems from some form of disrespect.There are few subgenres more intimidating to rap newbies than drill.It's bass-driven, slang-heavy, gutter as fuck and, if you're a purist, only ever from Chicago.
Inside the civil trial that is threatening to bring down the most powerful institutions in Los Angeles hose who arrived as spectators at the Federal courthouse in downtown Los Angeles on July 6th expecting to observe the fourth day of testimony in the Notorious B. In an announcement that stunned everyone who had been following the case in the media, presiding judge Florence-Marie Cooper abruptly suspended the proceedings and called a mistrial. For months, Los Angeles' most prominent political figures and police officials, along with the city's most influential media, had been insisting that this legal claim by B. G.'s family was nothing more than a nuisance suit, based on an outlandish conspiracy theory that attempted to tie a group of LAPD officers —affiliated with Suge Knight's Death Row Records and the Bloods gang — to not only the murders of B. Yet here was one of the most respected district court judges in Southern California declaring in open court that the LAPD's lead investigator on the B. The contents of these pages not only supported the conspiracy theory, but also implicated the central figure in the Rampart scandal —the disgraced detective who was the source of the whole sorry, sordid affair — as one of those involved in the rapper's death. The LAPD had solid descriptions of both the killer and his vehicle, plus four spent shell casings from the gun that had fired the fatal shots. had been murdered by Crips gang members angry that they hadn't been paid for security work. Music can help you cope with your feelings after a bad break up; it can also assist you in wallowing in self-pity after a bad break up. We want to be somewhere else: waking up in a new Bugatti (instead of on a used futon), listening to Boo & Gotti because you set your alarm ringer to "Fiesta (Remix)," popping bottles instead of not-yet-ready whiteheads, hanging out with beautiful models instead of masturbating at 3 am to some girl you kind-of-know's public Facebook photos. Hey rap's got that, too.) Real life is often tragic and sad, but rap can teleport you elsewhere for 16 bars. Then toss on a song with violent overtones and pretend to be a gangbanger.Music has always been, and will always be a means of escapism. Don't worry, nobody will notice that that made up gang sign you're throwing during a Waka Flocka song is actually just the shocker. Trying to get psyched for a work out or a job interview?Whether it’s the game’s top spitters or the unknown artist paying their dues, the common link they share is expressing their thoughts, feelings or emotions on wax — happiness, frustration or despair, to name a few.One emotion that has been prevalent in hip-hop over the last 35 years has been anger.The sound associated with the mehterân exercised an influence on European classical music, with such composers as Joseph Haydn, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and Ludwig van Beethoven all writing compositions inspired by or designed to imitate the Ottoman music. Marching songs, typically with patriotic and sometimes nostalgic lyrics, are often sung by soldiers as they march.