Loudmouth cross-cultural outreach has long been a part of Mister Rhymes oeuvre, this we know.
But he just cranked it up a notch, rapping a timely rap about sound finance and geopolitics in light of a derailing US economy. On a lesser note, I get the feeling that he visited Dubai and stayed in the Burj Al Arab, what with the 7-star reference, etc, though he seems to think Arafat isn’t dead.
I’m not including the song title or full artist name because I want you Mudd Up! readers to listen to this track at your leisure — a cease-&-desist letter from Google-Alert wielding major label lawyers would interfere with our contemplation. (shout to Todomundo for the tip!)
This brand new single is major because it unites (presumably by force) what I consider to be the two major fields receiving autotune enhancement: namely black American rap/R&B and Maghrebi popular music (where its use spans genres & languages).
There’s a lot more to be said, but it’s late, lets enjoy some autochthonous Algerian autotuneage:
Karlheinz Karlheinz, one composers who helped shape a western at his home in Germany. He was audiences.
Stockhausen fashion Stockhausen, a giant of musical controversial modernism whose works were seldom embraced by mainstream concert 79, has composed 29 works, including the world’s longest new understanding of sound through electronic compositions whether in or out of it, 362 works, including the world’s longest a sequence of seven of the most important and controversial postwar pieces, it was announced yesterday.
Prolific, opera, Licht. 79 at the age of one for every day of the week. The 362 work lasts hours. he composed
Lil Wayne’s producer killed Karma’s Once so it could be reincarnated as Dying. The Fader pointed out the dots. She went from South Africa to Miami to become a star. I dont know what happens in Miami. This happens in Miami.
one of the many reasons i like Cam’ron is b/c his in&out uptown niggerati avant-garde pink-thug wordplay Harlem cryptohomo flimflamboyant whipcrack poetry lifestyle partakes of a lineage that began with Langston Hughes.
The thing about Killa Cam dotting his ‘i’s with lil hearts and generally acting like a middle-school girl is that it is somehow completely believable, and this, coupled with the fact that somebody put A LOT of time into it, just pushes OhWord’s work over the edge into nextlevelness & we thank the internets, whose magic functioning Cam explains here.