Anonymous asked:
We know you're into the classics and old school but how about the new modern rappers or trap music such as chief keef, gucci, chance the rapper, Kendrick, drake?

real-hiphophead:

Of the ones you listed, I listen to Kendrick and Chance.

If you’d been following me for a while, you’d know I love a lot of newer and modern MCs, and every month I post a compilation of my favorite new Hip-Hop that comes out. Chief Keef, Gucci & Drake type of rappers are just a representation of a very small scale of the Hip-Hop spectrum, and one I don’t listen to. But I do listen to new Hip-Hop artists regularly. 

I am more into the new generation of producers than MCs, though.

This generation of Dilla/Madlib/Nujabes inspired producers like Apollo Brown, Oddisee, Black Milk, Confidence, Tall Black Guy, L’Orange, P.R, Ta-Ku, Exile, Knxwledge, Flying Lotus, just to name a few. 

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Elizabeth Gilbert, Eat, Pray, Love (via larmoyante)

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Anonymous asked:
Malcolm X or Martin Luther King Jr who did you like more and why.

real-hiphophead:

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In their own ways, they were both truly courageous men, and I admire them for that. I see no reason to compare. People who take issue with either man rarely know their whole story.

fall1997:

liking someone and pretending you don’t is a lot of hard work

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