The song “Lean Back” by Terror Squad was a huge hit in 2003, reaching the top of the rap charts for over a month. The song shows off an immense variety of rapping styles and uses an ensemble cast to provide some interesting harmonies as well as a few verses fromJoe. In general, however, it is full of references to being flashy and having expensive things – some have argued that it glorifies crass materialism

In contrast, Das“Combination Pizza Hut and Taco Bell” focuses more on rapping about everyday activities such as going out towith friends or working at fast-food restaurants. It also pulls in a few samples from internet such as “All your base are belong to us” in order to create a humorous contrast between the lyrics and the sound

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So which of these two songs do you prefer? Why? Do they really show off different rapping styles with their own unique virtues? Or does one song just have better rappers, so it seems more lyrically/musically substantial than the other song?
The Terror Squad’s “Lean Back” was arguably one of the top rap songs of 2003, reaching #1 on the rap charts for over a month. The song shows off an immense variety of rapping styles and uses an ensemble cast to provide some interesting harmonies as well as a few verses fromJoe. In general, however, it is
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