Charles Hamilton became the superior rapper of the weblog era. His insane effect from 2008’s “Brooklyn Girls” onwards secured him no longer one but file offers. In a new interview at the Bedroom Beethovens podcast, Hamilton cites himself now not most effective as a blog technology rapper, however, as the first rap blogger. Period. “I became the primary hip-hop blogger, length,” he said. “That’s why I get the type of Rodney Dangerfield. There would be no height; there might be no YouHeardThatNew; there wouldn’t even be a Perez Hilton if it wasn’t for me running a blog. […] It was given to the point where Lupe Fiasco commenced a blog and shouted his blog out on The Cool., And girls ran the blog that he began. My lifeless ass was the hip-hop blogger. I’ve got awards in English in Journalism. I understand how to write. I’m not that dumb. When most of these blogs got here out, I sat lower back like, ‘Look at the crabs on my dick.'”
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For as influential as Charles Hamilton changed in the blog technology duration, his account is revisionist history. Height started in 2005, DJBooth began in 2003, and “Brooklyn Girls” blew up in 2008. There is no denying Hamilton’s effect, but he failed to pioneer rap blogging. These remarks probably come from Hamilton’s love for the generation. We all have a passion for the weblog era, and they were purer times. However, we have also to supply credit where credit score is due. First hip-hop blogger? Not exactly. The first rapper to relax now, not one, however, but two predominant labels offers off his presence throughout the blogosphere. Sure.