Lil Baby - The Bigger Picture
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  • Hip-hop is more likely than any other genre to be a shell for protest messages, especially given its affinity with the context of the BLM movement
  • He shares his pain and disappointment, and although a completely primitive instrumental is playing in the background, he feels confident and saturates the entire composition with some simply incredible energy
  • Now Kanye calls him his favorite rapper, admits that he wants a fit with him in the break between tweets about the divorce from Kim and the next post of the changed tracklist DONDA
  • If anyone won in 2020, it is definitely him

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      The Bigger Picture - When Western Trap Is No More Fun

      I have had an extremely pessimistic attitude towards trap music for a long time. The position on this is clear: this genre does not have a big future, it is difficult to develop, and due to the huge number of artists repeating one after another, all works are collected in one continuous mess.

      Yes, you can use trap tools to transform pre-existing beat shapes - this is what some producers like No I.D., Kanye, Clams Casino


      and more do. In fact, they borrow 808s, ratchets, snares or some other little things for their beats, but the frame is essentially different.

      What did Lil Baby do? He transformed a genre that had been screwed up by everyone into a political statement. Hip-hop is more likely than any other genre to be a shell for protest messages, especially given its affinity with the context of the BLM movement. For black people in America, rap is a lottery ticket that can take them to the top of the social ladder - but only if you’re lucky. This music gives them a second chance, allowing even a teenager on a slippery slope to rethink his life and try his luck in creativity.

      Lil Baby was a drug dealer on the street, spent two years in prison because of this, and until some point dreamed of becoming a major drug dealer and building an entire empire around his business. Until Young Thug took over, literally forcing him to sit in the studio and ...


      • Lil Baby - The Bigger Picture
      rap.

      And under the mentorship of Thugger and Gunna, he did it. It reached the top of the Billboard 200 in three years, and in June released “The Bigger Picture”, the most talked about protest single since Kendrick Lamar’s “Alright”. This emotional charge transferred him to the big league - he produced one of the strongest texts in hip-hop music for the whole year, without hitting the deep philosophy: the whole message lies on the surface and as a result, the position of a young man

      is read, who does not at all pretend to the role of a spiritual leader. He shares his pain and disappointment, and although a completely primitive instrumental is playing in the background, he feels confident and saturates the entire composition with some simply incredible energy.

      Now Kanye calls him his favorite rapper, admits that he wants a fit with him in the break between tweets about the divorce from Kim and the next post of the changed tracklist “DONDA”. If anyone won in 2020, it is definitely him.




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