Rap music is mostly self-aggrandizement. Minimal wear on the exterior of item. It's hard to tell even the simplest story when every fifth word has to rhyme. Or at least ply them with Cristal. Take, for instance, country music and rap.
The stylistic trappings make anything else difficult. It does however say a lot about Colt Ford. Back then, it was known as c-rap, a much more accurate moniker. The teeth of disk holder are undamaged. The closest it came was probably Cowboy Troy with Big and Rich, and that might have been because they used rap like Chinese chefs use meat, as a seasoning not as the main course.
For you whippersnappers out there who don't remember and haven't done your homework, the original outlaw movement died when Waylon and Willie would not stop singing songs about Waylon and Willie. Also country music has traditionally been music that tells a story. Hick hop, if you will. The video game instructions and box are included. Can you name one great rap love song - love for someone other than self, that is? Washed in the Mud - featuring Randy Houser Colt Ford may have a larger than life hillbilly gangsta public image but he's actually a sly, passionate, multi-layered writer and he knows what to do in a recording studio, and most importantly, being a former drummer, he knows what do with the beats.
He's also a skilled businessman. It didn't work then, and it doesn't work now. There isn't much Nashville about Ford, but he certainly understands how things work, and most importantly, he understands his audience, realizing that, while radio segments music into styles, audiences don't, and they're perfectly happy mixing country with rap, or anything with anything, as long as it works, and as long as it gets the tires moving and the weekend churning forward. An item that is used but still in very good condition. While his efforts to inject some civility into rap music are appreciated, a thank you for listening may not be sufficient. Reese's Peanut Butter Cups notwithstanding, two great tastes don't always taste great together. Even the name sounds like an affliction of the diaphragm.
No damage to the jewel case or item cover, no scuffs, scratches, cracks, or holes. Self-aggrandizement is anathema to country artists. The cover art and liner notes are included. . He may need to bribe music lovers.
Rappers like to rap about riding in Bentleys and drinking Cristal, so when Colt and friends rap about riding in muddy trucks and drinking beer from the quick stop, it doesn't sound down homey, it sounds low rent. . . . . . .
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