This week on Super Duty Tough Work, we’re joined by none other than “the rapper with the most chords” himself, Count Bass D. On the heels of his brand new album “CBD” that was released this week, Blueprint and Count Bass D sit down for a dope conversation about being signed during the golden era of hip-hop, how he learned production, and the musicality that’s played such a huge role in his career. This is just the first part of this interview that we will be breaking up over the next several weeks. Let’s go!
This shit is so easy now even the script kiddies are selling them to anyone…. stay on ya shit techies! Be sure to turn on subtitles because this is in Dutch….
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Was sappening! It’s your friendly neighborhood nerd with thugged out tendencies checking in…
Life is still normal despite the panic that is currently goin on and not cuz I don’t think shit ain’t real but it’s some fishyness going on on a whole lotta levels…. and I’m not elderly nor have respiratory issues or a compromised immune system so I’m just dealing with the madness of having to order toilet paper online lol It’s made of bamboo so I’ll give a review when I get it… I’m always trying some new ish
This was a good show although I don’t think they should let a 17 year old from Britain off the hook for not knowing domestic hiphop culture like that….
Last week there was a lot of commotion on social media when pop singer Billie Eilish featured a quote of her pointing out that she personally knows a lot of rappers constantly who lie about their lives and having things they don’t really own. Many people were upset about her statement, firing back at her. In this episode we give our reaction to her statement and breakdown ten reasons why rappers lie so much in hip-hop. Let’s go!