On his blog, he wrote a post titled “How to build an empire while playing a tec rapper.” His post was a response to a post by a fellow tec rapper, where the other tec rapper suggested building an empire while playing a tec rapper. As tec rappers are so much more in the spotlight these days, it’s not surprising that others are trying to outdo the tec rappers.
The fact that a tec rapper could write a post like this shows how seriously tec rappers are taken in today’s society. The post was not just a rant against the other tec rappers, it was a rant against tec rappers in general and how tec rappers don’t get it. As a long time tec rapper, I was ready to call him out on it.
The tec rappers are so much in the spotlight these days that many in the rap community have started calling out the ones who dare not to be called out. The fact that a tec rapper could go on a rant like this shows how seriously tec rappers are taken in todays society. The post was not just a rant against the other tec rappers, it was a rant against tec rappers in general and how tec rappers dont get it.
Sure, tec rappers can’t be called out for doing what they do, but that’s what tec rappers do. The problem is when a tec rapper starts writing down a song about what they’re going to do next, and starts talking about how they’re going to make other tec rappers take a stance on that.
I dont know about you, but I do think tec rappers should take a stance on what they do. Theyre no longer just fans of the scene, theyre part of society. This is why I dont just like tec rappers, I just dont like the way they talk, theyre like a bunch of idiots. The thing is, there are tec rappers out there who arent idiots like that.
The thing is, tec rappers don’t have to have a lot of money to be able to afford to take a stance, and the more people who take a stance, the more money that it becomes.
The trend of “taking a stance” (or “taking a stand”) on an issue really stems from the same place as music in general. I don’t know if its because “someone else” wasnt paying attention to a certain type of music (or not paying attention at all) or if its because of how it impacts society.
I think that it stems from a lot of different reasons. I think it stems from the fact that when you take a stance on an issue, you can point your finger at one of the many other things that you can point your finger at (like a person who is taking a stance on an issue). I think that this is especially true with music, which is a very subjective medium.
The reason I bring up music is because I’ve always felt it has a big impact on what people listen to, and I feel like it’s a big reason why so many people are angry about the way the world is. It’s not just about music though, I think that people have opinions on all kinds of things that are controversial.
At the end of the day, people will listen to music and see what they like. Asking people to view an issue as being subjective is like asking them to look at a painting in a museum and say, “That’s not what I was lookin’ at”.