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Stepbrothers 3 Album Discussion (3/15/17)

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  • LcnsdbyROYALTYLcnsdbyROYALTY King of Myself Posts: 12,291 ✭✭✭✭✭
  • Like WaterLike Water Integrity 1st Posts: 5,072 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Yeah... These niggas got it with this one. I've liked everything these 2 have released, but this is the one.
    The jungle creed says the strongest feed on any prey that it can
    And I was branded beast at every feast before I ever became a man...
    geechiedanbuford214Intelligent_Hoodlum
  • LcnsdbyROYALTYLcnsdbyROYALTY King of Myself Posts: 12,291 ✭✭✭✭✭
  • Qiv_OwanQiv_Owan Posts: 3,620 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Trip showing out on this one
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    LcnsdbyROYALTYTheGOATLike Water
  • LcnsdbyROYALTYLcnsdbyROYALTY King of Myself Posts: 12,291 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Qiv_Owan wrote: »
    Trip showing out on this one

    Bruh Trip is criminally underrated
    TheGOATLike Watergeechiedanbuford214
  • Peezy_JenkinsPeezy_Jenkins Posts: 32,112 ✭✭✭✭✭
    13th amendment may be among the better lyrical performances for both of them
    Spodee-Revenge



    Iamsu!-Compound



    Keef has quotables in the original that your remix isn't fuckin' wit.

    Them hoes they do it for Sosa
    Tadoe off the Molly water
    So nigga be cool like water
    Fore you get hit with this lava

    Bitch I'm the trending topic
    Don't care no price I'll cop it b
    And yo bitch steady jockin' me

    ....
    Yall want a thug or a black militant repping your culture but 90% of you had a life too good or privileged to relate to your ideal hip hop "legend". Niggas wanna be hard without being that hard themselves as compensation
    please don't argue, cuz if u say sum stupid i will question it and u will act like a victim, happens every time lol
  • Brian B.Brian B. Posts: 6,459 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Qiv_Owan wrote: »
    Trip showing out on this one


    I wanna say this is the best Step Brothers project
    TheGOATLike WaterPeezy_Jenkins
  • Brian B.Brian B. Posts: 6,459 ✭✭✭✭✭
  • Brian B.Brian B. Posts: 6,459 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Starlito and Don Trip were moving heavy at Austin’s South by South West, music conference. With their new mixtape ‘Step Brothers Three’ currently charting, I had to talk to the Tennessee duo about the project, working together and more.

     

    ON ‘STEP BROTHERS THREE’

    “For the most part it’s art. A lot of the music that’s out right now is just for the time being and I think we came together and successfully made some timeless music. I don’t wanna gas it too much, I think the music pretty much speak for itself. After you listen to it for a few seconds you’ll hear it for yourself.”
    -DON TRIP

    “I think we really pushed our line and pushed towards our boundaries with our visual appeal. Like our first single, “Good Cop, Bad Cop” has a 8-minute short film to accompany it. It speaks on some of the injustices that are going on in the communities around us to social commentary on police to police to civilian interactions. We humanize that whole police narrative. The videos should draw you in. If you go on our VEVO or YouTube you will see. We didn’t just drop 12 tracks and here’s a mixtape, we took our time with it and paid a lot of attention to detail.”
    -STARLITO

    MINDSET COMING INTO CREATING ‘STEP BROTHERS THREE’?

    “It was pretty much if it ain’t broke don’t fix it. We know what we wanted to put out, what we wanted to display, where we wanted to go with it, what we were trying to touch on. It was just a matter of being in the same place and making it happen.”
    -DON TRIP

    WHAT’S THE DYNAMIC LIKE?

    “I think we keep each other on our toes musically, when we in the studio together I think it’s a mutual respect, a mutual admiration for each other’s craft. More than that it’s that self imposed pressure, I can’t half ass. We don’t phone in verses, we don’t email verses, we sit in the same room and build off each others idea.”
    -STARLITO

    WHAT MAKES YOUR MUSIC STAND OUT FROM OTHER RAPPERS?

    “I don’t think we sound like our peers regionally, locally, whatever else. I think we stand out amongst our peers, not necessarily standing above, but just sounding different. Different is special and different is being unique. We’re lyricist, we’re from Tennessee, we make music with Juicy J, Yo Gotti, Young Dolph, everybody from Tennessee in general that’s popping, but we don’t rap nothing like them, they don’t  rap like us. We probably get compared more to Jadakiss and Styles P. than DJ Paul and Juicy J. We bring something one of a kind to a table. It’s not generic, it’s not Tennessee rap.”
    -STARLITO

    WHAT YOU CURRENTLY WORKING ON?

    “‘Step Brothers 3’ just dropped this Wednesday and we’re currently working on ‘Step Brother 4’. The momentum of this one, there’s no sense in waiting. We’re not getting any younger. Our audience couldn’t be more captive than they are right now, so we wanna make sure we satisfy that core.”
    -STARLITO

    STARLITO ON SELLING HIS ‘MANIFEST DESTINY’ FOR $1000

    “Yesterday I wore a Gucci t-shirt that cost $300 the day before I wore a Polo t-shirt that cost $13. It’s on the consumer and who puts it in the marketplace. I just think the art was more valuable than the going rate. Thankfully there’s a market for that. There’s people that agree with it. It’s just about being a true businessman and paying attention to the marketplace and reserving certain ethics. Don’t sell yourself short, that’s a short straw from selling your soul.”
    DID NIPSEY HUSTLE’S “PROUD 2 PAY” CAMPAIGN HAVE INFLUENCE IN THE $1000 IDEA?

    “I’m a fan of his artistry and his campaign but in 2012 I released a project called ‘Mental Warfare’ and I sold it for $100. It preceded the “Proud 2 Pay” campaign. It didn’t probably get the fanfare or notoriety for it, but I did release an album for $100 5 years ago and used it to fund a scholarship. It didn’t do a full-fledged campaign, it didn’t get Jay-Z to purchase x amount of units, and publicity and notoriety that came from it, but I also didn’t take his idea. It confirmed that it was a good idea when it worked for somebody else. Great minds think alike.”
    -STARLITO

    Shoutout to both Starlito and Don Trip for linking up at SXSW! Be on the lookout for more new music coming from the duo and get that ‘STEP BROTHERS THREE’.

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    Like Water
  • janklowjanklow god's lonely man. Posts: 8,499 Regulator
    Brian B. wrote: »
    "Pull up on Don Trip, that nigga crib like the gun store"
    I Want To Believe
    but i am a mistrustful creature

    *goes back to building current SBR*
  • Like WaterLike Water Integrity 1st Posts: 5,072 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Brian B. wrote: »
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    Haaaa! Them niggas are some fools. I love this album though. My personal favorite so far this year.
    The jungle creed says the strongest feed on any prey that it can
    And I was branded beast at every feast before I ever became a man...
  • Brian B.Brian B. Posts: 6,459 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Like Water wrote: »
    Brian B. wrote: »
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    Haaaa! Them niggas are some fools. I love this album though. My personal favorite so far this year.

    man, I flipped that bitch over thinkin it's a tracklist lol
  • Brian B.Brian B. Posts: 6,459 ✭✭✭✭✭
    But yea, this will prolly be my favorite album of the year

    unless they keep their word & drop SB4 no later than 9 months after this one & it goes jus as hard
  • janklowjanklow god's lonely man. Posts: 8,499 Regulator
    did not listen to the album until i got my physical copy
    ...was not disappointed in the slightest
  • Intelligent_Hoodlum Intelligent_Hoodlum Posts: 1,604 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Been listening on the phone but I aint give it the whip test till mine came in last week and this all i been ridin to since
    Step Bros 1 was an experiment but it was bars galore then on the second one it sound more like an album but lacked the rawness
    They found that balance on here tho and its dope to see how far they don come, them boys finally starting to get some shine
  • Brian B.Brian B. Posts: 6,459 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Been listening on the phone but I aint give it the whip test till mine came in last week and this all i been ridin to since
    Step Bros 1 was an experiment but it was bars galore then on the second one it sound more like an album but lacked the rawness
    They found that balance on here tho and its dope to see how far they don come, them boys finally starting to get some shine


    Yea the 1st one dropped outta nowhere & was raw as hell

    so when the 2nd was announced most folks (myself included) was expecting it to be more like the 1st
    it was a lil disappointing on the initial listen, but still solid (only like 2-3 songs I wasn't feelin)

    but as you said, they found that balance on the 3rd & hit a homerun
  • DarthRozayDarthRozay Posts: 19,891 ✭✭✭✭✭
    I hope you gettin paid for all these posts about em brian...
  • Brian B.Brian B. Posts: 6,459 ✭✭✭✭✭
    DarthRozay wrote: »
    I hope you gettin paid for all these posts about em brian...

    as a matter of fact I do, but what's it to you?

    what I eat don't make you shit, where's the love?
  • Brian B.Brian B. Posts: 6,459 ✭✭✭✭✭
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