Consequence Is Like The San Diego Chargers Of This Rap Shit…
Wake up!!! Consequence is like the Rodney Dangerfiled of this rap shit. My apologies to whomever used that tagline previously. When are y’all gonna stop sleeping? And stop hating? And show this man some effing respect?!? This dude gets underestimated harder than Beanie Sigel. Meanwhile KanYe West keeps selling records, and Common keeps earning new fans. Why can’t people see the connection to these artists ascendancy? I suppose that’s what makes a good weedcarrier into a great one when you can’t even see dude because of the shine from the weedowners. Trust me Consequence belongs in your top 5 weedcarriers. Behind Spliff Starr, Memphis Bleek, Devin the Dude, and Pharell Williams.
Pharell has carried for the likes of Teddy Riley, Snoop Dogg, A Tribe Called Quest and some cat named Chad. Pharell is the weedcarrier that keeps the stash in his Gucci purse so the feds never end up searching him thoroughly. Spliff and Bleek are legendary for their status as sackholders. And Devin is notorious for smoking up the ashes from his owner’s stashes. But where is Consequence’s credit. He deserves some kind of recognition for keeping his shit viable for over a decade. Rap music is like the NFL except the acronym should stand for ‘Not For Long’. No one save a few superstars get to stay on the field with their pads on and a helmet in their hand. Waiting to get called back onto the playing field. Consequence got called back in and at least he didn’t fumble.
Not to beat a dead horse into the ground, but practice makes everyone a better player. The reason that Allen Iverson is in Denver instead of Philadelphia is because he thought he was too nice to practice. That’s never the case for anybody. Especially that dude from Chicago. What’s his name?
So why are you still sleeping? If Consequence drops a mean ass mixtape and everybody jumps on the bandwagon I don’t want to hear you talk shit like you were connected from the days of ‘Beats, Rhymes and Life’, because you prah’lee hated on dude back then. As it was, ‘Don’t Quit Your Day Job’ was a serviceable album. It easily makes the cut for 2007’s ten best no matter what else drops this year. Your problem is that you don’t like rap albums that don’t come filled with singles or ringtones.
Now tell me I’m lying.