on Thursday, October 4, 2007, v för vem wrote:

The mind is a terrible thing to waste

Now and then my dad calls me about going on a fishing trip, nothing special, just some father son stuff i guess. We've been doing it as long as i can remember. We rarely have much to speak about during these trips and the lake mälaren in Stockholm is way to piloted to actually hold any fish. So we just sit in silence for a few hours. Lately I've been bringing my mp3player, to do my home work. It's a perfect spot to do some one-ear listening, I'm talking about that mainstream, top 40 releases listening.

This day in particular, was like any day other, no fish, some Mike Jones, Project Pat, that I'm So Hood remix with a line-up that would fill this hole page and a few more goodies, everything was going smooth until this happens.

Lupe Fiasco - Dumb It Down

Right now I feel like throwing my Serato-laptop into a brick wall.


Shoré said...

Hahahaha! I don't know what I love the most: The rhymin in the intro, the sophisticated lyrics or the bridge with the white dude voice over!! Awesome!

R said...

wtf shorty... i dig this. am I the only one? pliiiis v give us your true and honest opinnion....

but i guess it is like shoré once said: "Ruben u have the taste in music of a twelve year old girl"

linus! said...

haha, I like Lupe.. you guys stop being haters..

BUT, it does sound alot like Fattarus "Vafantroru":

They tellin' me that they don't feel you (Dumb it down)
We ain't graduate from school nigga (Dumb it down)
Them big words ain't cool nigga (Dumb it down)


Ni borde sluta köra bounce (grabben, va troru?)
Jag gillar inte erat nya sound (grabben, va troru?)
Ni var bättre när ni va underground (grabben, va troru?)

coincidence? I think not!!! ..eh

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