Why This Song Sucks: The Worst Rap Tracks of 2012
8. Lil Debbie, EVERY SONG ALL OF THEM EACH AND EVERY SINGLE ONE
Dear Lil Debbie,
It seems like maybe this is an opportunity to talk about young white women and rap music and examining young white women in the context of rap music and cultural assimilation and how maybe this isn't even really cultural assimilation anymore because everything has become so muddled and unclear and internet-y. Instead: No. Nope. No. Just no. It's not-- it's never-- I mean, because if you-- look, it's just-- ...no.
To be clear, Riff Raff tho:
7. Trinidad James, "All Gold Everything"
Trinidad James is the future of hip-hop?
Admission: I'M GOING TO LOOOOOVE THIS SONG IN CONCERT.