What up y’all?
This is Machine Gun Kelly and you’re going to see which one of these new rappers gets
I think the Midwest got a lot of street content as far as the beats and the subject matter,
but it's lyrical.
Even “First Day Out” by Tee Grizzley, it's a story about some real street shit,
I know this song, this is my shit, I've never seen the video.
He shot this in hell dude, for real.
I like someone who doesn't give a fuck and clearly he doesn't give one, so.
East St. Louis is crazy.
This is what my house looks like at night.
Start out with guitars like that, you already win me over.
Oh, I've seen her.
There's people floating, trampoline cars.
Fucking Missy Elliot's on this song?
Dude, she's got hella man hoes, I rock with her dude.
She has a lot of man hoes.
There were people floating above cars and eight big boned women twerking and one of
them rhyming everything with “rrrrr” and it was sick.
And then Missy Elliot just pops out of a fucking trunk.
He's from Cleveland? Ah! Let's go!
A bunch of young fly cats just getting to it.
I rock with this.
This looks just like me and all my homies in Cleveland coming up.
Midwest, Cleveland especially, there's nothing else to do but street shit, so I like when
people talk about the realities.
Him at 15, his voice control and all that is better than me at 19, 20 on that tip.
This is the first wave of kids screaming over 808s, which is dope, as fuck.
And I’m fed up!
That’s what he says?
I was running around with the choker and a six-inch mohawk eight years ago, but they're
doing it right.
Okay, well my fucking cold heart's just melted right now.
It's very touching.
Just even listening to the lyrics and then seeing the visuals, it feels like the women
in his life probably mean a lot to him.
It's my favorite type of melodic rap, I don't know, I'm rocking with his energy.
American flag gun with extendo clip off rip.
You ever hear a song or see a video and you're like, oh yeah, they did everything they're talking about?
This is one of them right here.
I believe in all this shit.
They're naming all the shit that my homies did and slash do.
I love that they're going back and forth.
This fire, back to back, each of them laying their plays out.
I love every line in this song.
This is the national anthem of the United States of America right here, I don't give a fuck.
Replace it, put this on there.
As far as the new generation of Midwest artists, I love this.
I love that the storytelling is still there.
That's all I really care about.
The production and beats are going to change over time just because sound changes, but
the storytelling and the darkness is still there.
Polo G definitely a voice of the streets of Chicago already, but loving that I'm seeing
this other side where he's letting us into his personal some more and telling us where
it's coming from, so it's cool man.
Makes you want to root for him.
Love Lizzo for the fact that one, she's just herself, two, got bars, three, that video
was insane, four, you can't just keep Missy Elliot in the trunk and not tell us.
Definitely, didn't you hear me scream that 8,000 times.
We're rocking with that.
I liked all of these.
Don’t make me choose.
After watching all these, the rapper that gets my cosign visually, shock value wise
and just quality I guess, would be Lizzo.
I actually don't know how to say, this one fucked me up, I'm not good at explanations on this one.
This one just did a great job on its own, words are never going to top people going
up and down like trampolines in the middle of the air outside of a diner.
People that are in a house with brothers and parents pick the favorite brother or sister,
it fucks the rest of the brothers or sisters up man, so I don't want to mess nobody up.
You're all fire.
It's hard to top Missy Elliot coming out of a trunk.
No one knows how she…
It's like Bobby Shmurda's hat, how did she come out that trunk like that?
We discussed this already.
Trunks are like this, you gotta lay, she came out fully like a ...
I've got some questions, Lizzo. We really need to talk.