I can agree with that to an extent. Hell, I'm not even sure that's an unpopular opinion, just because trap's popular music don't mean nobody would agree.trap music is a bunch of fucking shit and it ruined rap
I find people my age range don't listen to anything BUT trap and are actually dismissive of music that isn't new or popular. As for the people (like me) who dismiss trap, I think they have many valid reasons to hate it. It turned rap into some sort of mumbling talking thing with a total lack of rhythm and meter, which is what good rap is all about, in my opinion. I have no problem with rap and electronic, especially when it's done well (e.g. De la Soul) , but trap removes ALL the effort and creativity of these genres and reduces it to douchey teenagers mumbling over cheap ripped off beats.I can agree with that to an extent. Hell, I'm not even sure that's an unpopular opinion, just because trap's popular music don't mean nobody would agree.
Me myself, I find there's some trap music I enjoy, which I'd argue that's a bit of an unpopular opinion in some ways. Idk man, Cardi B's got some ok songs, I genuinely enjoy "I Like It" in particular. Janelle Monae is one of the best hip hop artists out there right now, and she made one of the best damn albums of 2018 imo. But yeah, as a whole it's a pretty stale and repetitive genre, by far not my preferred sort of music. And that's coming from someone who has a very high tolerance for music in general
Maybe, but when it comes to handhelds I prefer built-in batteries. Thank goodness for the GBA SP making this a standard for Nintendo ever since.Sometimes batteries are more convenient than chargers. Especially giving how much time we seem to spend charging things now.
Not to mention that sites like Twitter and especially Facebook have limited their freedom of expression over the years, and now serve a political agenda which they don't even bother much to hide anymore. Anything that strains too far from what is prescribed by big tech companies like Google is likely to face problems on such sites, if not outright banning them, usually for a vaguely described accusation of ''hate speech''. It seems like they use this trick for everything that they rather don't want on their sites, even if it isn't actual hate speech or such at all.Social media is a complete waste of time, and I feel more and more depressed upon reading through it.
I feel like the idea of giving something that is intended to refer to the shit said by that blonde cunt on Fat Albert who ran the Double Cross club. People like to take the terms "hate speech" and "racism" and completely destroy all meaning they once had by turning them into cheap ways to "win", so to speak, against anyone who would dare oppose them.a vaguely described accusation of ''hate speech''. It seems like they use this trick for everything that they rather don't want on their sites, even if it isn't actual hate speech or such at all.