Whether hip-hop needed to look back to its party-music roots or forge ahead to a different future than the hyper-commercialized one that looked inevitable, it felt to a lot of traditionalists and skeptics like something had to give.In retrospect, that seems like a temporary setback — the so-called “shiny suit era” was outsized, high-budgeted, and frequently preposterous, but complaints about the excess often obscured a great deal of the flat-out amazing music that made a wider impression on the pop world.It’s totally harmless and as the “40 Year Virgin” showed, could be worth quite a lot of money one day. It’s great to get feedback from men, and the following is one from Anvil Orange: Baby, I hear you. He wants to be “Father Knows Best.” Well, I haven’t been married to a black woman yet, but I’m down with the idea, if everything synchs up right. Wear it any way you like, do the weave thing, whatever, just don’t make it too BIG.And as a white guy who has had a couple of long-term relationships with black women, these are ones that the black women I’ve been with say they like the most: 3. And if someone gets knocked up, then I’m ALWAYS going to do the right thing. A black woman’s hair is not an issue with a white man. I don’t dig the whole big hair thing, no matter what race you are. A white man will find your feisty hot temper (if you have one), rather, ah, er, amusing. And all the black women I’ve dated so far had a very quick temper. I have three, but none anywhere as nerdy as anything having to do with Star Wars.Click on on of the letter combinations to get a detailed list of horses.The mid-late ’90s felt like a crisis point for hip-hop: the deepening rift between mainstream and underground rap, along with the lyrical focus on high-budget conspicuous consumption from platinum-selling artists, felt like breaking points that supposedly compromised what hip-hop was supposed to remain true to.Because no matter how light she is, she’s still gonna be darker than almost every white guy. There is one downside – most white guys that date black women are fine with a few extra pounds, BUT, they can’t hang with the obesity thing.
Not that we don’t love a good lettuce reference, but “he tossed my salad so good we be calling him romaine” is maybe less than brilliant.
She rapped about sex with good-natured raunch midway between Moms Mabley and Redman, toyed with her appearance to emphasize the stylish unreal over the supposed ideal, and overall just widened the spectrum of what a woman was able to accomplish as an artist in an era where mainstream culture was drowning in angry-young-man machismo.
She could sing about being in love or rap about exotic supercars, and sound like nobody but herself the whole time.
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The record is very explosive and what I'm saying, it triggered him to say what he's saying. It's a dope record." Trina also addressed Trick Daddy's controversial comments, where the Slip-N-Slide rapper, also her close collaborator, blasted African-American women. "I think his choice of words of saying ‘black women’ and using a different race of women is what made it sound crazy.“We’re already in this big racial war. Me knowing him as a person -- I think the choice of words was just Trick talking how Trick does, but meaning it the way everybody perceived it.”Check out her interview in full below.