“U-God’s Resume” is a series of posts which looks at each line of U-God’s entire career to determine if his status as ‘wack’ is justified (as labeled by internet morons). I think it is not. U-God is dope. We’ll prove it. Leave it to the Tort Team.
U-God’s Resume #72
Track Score: 0/10
U-God’s Score: 1/10
Impact on Rep (+,-,=): None (nobody heard this)
What kind of beat is that? More rookie shit. Shitty sounding rookie shit. Shitty shit rookie shit. Hand clap.
U-God steps into the track like the Kool-Aid man enters a room…if the wall was reinforced and didn’t break. Flat.
The chorus is fricking lame (and by that I mean its fucking dumb).
“I tear the roof right off this mothaaaaaa…
I give ‘em ghetto gutter.
That venom? I put it on ya.
I give ‘em ghetto gutter.”
U’s flow is good…and his something sounds something. Not that great. No memorable lines. No rewinds. Just blah blah blah ghetto gutter blah blah blow haze in they face. Bailing out like skates.
In the last verse U mentions that he has a “project chicken” who both strips and handles his weight. Good business choice. I’m glad you found a farm animal that you can trust with your diet. Hand clap.
IN CONCLUSION: Autumn Rae, your contribution to this song was the best part of it and all you said was “ghetto gutter” four or five times. You should drop these slackers and find a real job…like working at Ikea (but upstairs, not in the warehouse).
Read more of U-God’s resume @ The Tortoise General (via @WernerWallenrod)