posted Sunday November 06, 2011 at 07:30AM PST | 37 comments
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dope beat, mediocre lyricism
Red Pill does exactly what I expect of him. Delivers Truth. Nice production from Hir-O, it's solid that he used a Lennon sample and wasn't overshadowed by it. Good work Sirs.... 5iveit!!!!!
This is meaning hiphop has lost. keep this shit up.
This is iLLLLLLLLLL! Red Pill x Hir-O = Dope Saucery... at it's finest
yo this shit rite here son! this shit rite here!...that shit cra!
this track is perfect. perfect beat, perfect lyrics.
Great song....Loved Please tip your driver and this song shows a new album is going to deliver more than the first...Good Job
I love this.... Great lyrics, production and most importantly it doesn't sound like everyone else. Hip hop is going through and identity crisis. This is a step in the right direction. So where can I download the track?
Yeah he has a DL link for it here: http://hulkshare.com/sqzsd2wu30qj
Yo, this shit is dope. Dope as FUCK. I don't know why people troll comment boards to post negative comments. If you don't like it, keep moving lol.
This track is awesome. real rap with a real meaning. great production. Notice anyone who said something negative about it had nothing to back up their statement.
lol welp, that's a good point
I dont see how anyone could say this song is weak, or the bars are not there. This is real rap, real subject matter, and real production. step your ear game up.
this shit cray
I've enjoyed Red Pill's music ever since his album "Please Tip Your Driver" was released. Massively underrated artist. This song does a great job of capturing the spirit of the Occupy Wall Street (and all its offspring). Great production, solid delivery and something that really sticks...phenomenal record. Keep it up!
Hey Meekay, pom, nasty, jeremy, big dave, J... I appreciate it!
thumbs down. not real rap. step ya bar game upp!!!
so jeremy, what would you consider to be real rap? because this song right here is about as real as it gets. he is talking about RELEVANT events that impact 99% of the US population (did you understand that reference?). would real consist of an individual rhyming about Pussy, Diamonds, and illegal substances? ah yes that may just be "real rap"
suks moankey balls. LoL
nice, real music
Love this song. Embodies the Occupy Wall St. movement really candidly, and the beats and rhymes are as dope as anything I've heard this year
I love it when DX reps that real shit!
I love this! Amazing
Profound words and u can still nod ur head. Love it.
Nice! Michigan hip hop at it's finest!
Dope. Inspiring. Passionate. Love it
that's real music.