“Give ‘em totally different beats than you gave me. I usually get the beats that’s throwaway beats, so everybody already done heard those beats. I wanna make sure everybody pass up on the beats. I want the beats nobody wants.”
This is a thing Future told me when I interviewed him last year that I think about every time he does something amazing, so like every couple of days. (via bodying)
Barring them being buried in the same mass of happy humans on “Oldie,” this is the first proper duet we’ve heard from these two in almost three years. It’s been too long.
Oh yeah there was this too but still it’s nice to hear just the two of them rapping as friends. Remember when everyone on the internet really thought Earl was Tyler’s little brother? Remember when there was some legit mystique to all this shit?
A few people have been asking for a list of the greatest or my favorite Screw tapes as a compendium to my Pitchfork piece from earlier this week. I don’t exactly have the time to do that correctly right now plus to be real my brain is pretty fried on Screw in general. Maybe later down the line though. Until then here is a good primer from the golden age of rap blogging by Dylan K of Government Names. I wholeheartedly cosign every tape I’ve heard on this list.