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good message, but I’m still not a fan of Hip-Hop. Sorry.
I’m not “a fan” of hip-hop in particular, but I do like some. Mostly I just listen for the impressive rhyme cadences (like this one)~
It was pretty good, but I still don’t like hip-hop. But, I give props to this guy, at least he wasn’t doing drugs, hookers, or killing people. =D Maybe more secular hip-hop would be a good thing for the world.
Nice, I’ve been on the lookout for more secular/atheistic hip-hop and rap ever since I was introduced to Greydon Square.
My all-time fave, by Greydon Square
I’m not a huge hip hop fan either, but the latest album by Greydon Square is AWESOME!!! I can’t stop listening to it ever since I got it! I highly recommend everyone check it out. I think many people will be surprised.
Not a fan of hip-hop, but this song definitely has a good beat, except for the chorus, wasn’t too fond of that bit.
I checked the doobly-doo on the youtube vid and the store link to buy the song ($1) also has two of their other songs for free.
The thing is, I love hip-hop, and every other kind of music. It’s just so hard to find any with a positive message (especially hip hop. >.>) This song was seriously epic.
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for hip hop very good.
Already was a fan of hip-hop: just not the vast majority of it from the last decade.
At the risk of appearing to be peering through rose-tinted spectacles: hip-hop has gone downhill rather spectacularly, on average.
Awesome stuff. We need to get ourselves more “maintreamed”, and this is one of many ways to do it…
Nice, though I’m not a big fan of the genre.
Cool. They should do a video.
Hip-hop it’s one of my faves. This song’s msg. it’s really great. Didn’t like the actual music though. I agree with “The Godless Monster.” I want to see more of this on the radio, and tv. Maybe Eminem will start
Most hip-hop is, indeed, crap. However, there is a lot of good hip-hop and good rap around. My brother, who is a connoisseur of such things once played a collection of good rap for me and I could immediately tell the difference between that and the crap that they assault our ears with on TV and the radio.
I still think that Metal kicks Rap’s ass any day of the week, though.
I’ve liked this on You Tube and I love Greydon Square. I have called myself an Ex-tian a time or two now.
Loving this trend.
There’s some good Atheist music out there in most every genre I suspect. Well, except gospel, of course, and my daughter rolls her eyes on my loving Dan Barker’s music because she thinks it sounds too churchy. She totally doesn’t get it when I say that’s part of it’s charm, turning all that church music I grew up on on its ear.
You Tube is a wonderful thing. Search it. We are definitely expressing ourselves in every way, shape and form these days as individualized as we are. It is wonderful to see.
I appreciate the effort…but this is not really that good. The music is very poorly done as well…
Hearing this makes me appreciate the sounds, infections, and rhythm of words. It’s poetry set to a beat.
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