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I like all kinds of stuff, but my first love will always be rap, I grew up on it, and actually kind of grew up WITH it, since it started around the time I was born. I'm THOROUGHLY disappointed in where it's gone the last 5-10 years though. I miss 90s gangsta rap, that was really the sweet spot to me. I don't think I've been wicked enthused about anyone since Dipset came out like 12 years ago though. Rap music has gone soft, and that breaks my heart.
I get down with a ton of other stuff though. I'm open to trying almost anything except country. I hate country music with the fire of a thousand suns, haha. Maybe it's because I'm from up north, but I just..."don't get it." The twang, the pro-redneckery, singing about pickup trucks... nothing could be more opposite to me. I have a friend who inexplicably likes country (and NASCAR and all that stuff we're supposed to shun up this way😆) and he's like "dude! I have a country song for you! It's got a rap in it and everything!" So I'm like "oh god... here we go. Well go ahead then..." It was something about "chillin on a dirt road", and it literally might be the worst song I've ever heard, and the "rap" was... well, I just wish he hadn't.
But enough of what I don't like. What I DO like, that's a long list. I like R&B (70s-90s), I like some rock music, but it's hit or miss. I don't like most "classic rock", i. e. pre-1980s, so I'm not into the whole Beatles, Rolling Stones, etc. Just doesn't do it for me. I do like Lynyrd Skynyrd and Pink Floyd though, and a handful of songs from random bands. I like hard rock/metal from the 80s and 90s like Guns N Roses, Metallica, Pantera, Rage Against The Machine etc. I also have a special place in my heart for ridiculous hair metal from the late 80s and early 90s like Poison and Def Leppard, haha. I can also get into some of that turn-of-the-millennium Nü-Metal like Korn and System Of A Down, but that's more workout music. I always liked Blink-182 and that sort of SoCal skater/surfer/Pop-punk kind of thing. I worked at a Hollister like ten years ago and that opened me up to likes of Paramore and Taking Back Sunday, etc. Oh and I've always loved Sublime and 311👍👍 I'm not into much new stuff, but I hung around college until my early 30s😂 so the younger kids got me into dubstep, which I actually really like, despite mocking my younger friends relentlessly for it before I really knew what it was, haha. Running short on space here, but that covers the bulk of it.1THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
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