Man's Not Hot
Hi everyone . I'm q boy in secondary school and in a art lesson one person in class made a request to mans not hot. I did not know this song so when the teacher put it on I was like omg. I listened to it on hear and even thou it does not play all of it I loved it . Mans not hot 2+2=4-1= 3 quick maths. Your dad is 44, still calling man for a draw. Let him know when I see him, I'm gonna spin his jaw. Like this if you like the song. That ting goes skraat
When I first hear that this song, I thought it was straight uckers. But the more I listen, the more it connects with me. I find myself eating a pizza roll straight out the oven and burning my tongue. My lad turns to me and says, "Eh bruv. Blow on that a bit. It'll burn ya good." and I say "Babe. Man's not hot." Thank you Big Shaq. Now I get many women and am no longer lonely. I rate this 5 dunkey points out of 3.
I have never been exposed to such beautifully crafted, maticulously designed, and all around georgeous sounding musical piece such as this ones. Writing a response up to just this point has taken many hours, as nothing that is spoken with any language cannot come even close to describing the complete and absolute rush you experience when listening to it. If it were my choice, I would completely prohibit the man only known as "Big Shaq" from verbelly communicating, as it would blacken the otherwise pure lips of such a man. This has been my comprehensive review on "The Ting Goes", by Big Shaq.
'An artistic masterpiece' to put in short, but in truth, one cannot describe this beat in just a three word phrase. The way Big Shaq changes both the style and perception of the music seamlessly is an achievement not many acheive. The words he use are all specifically chosen to fit the occasion. For example, when Big Shaq proclaims that 'nose looking like a garden hose, *psshhhh* ye get me?' You feel terrible for the person he is talking about as it is obvious Big Shaq, with his unprecedented talent has chosen to insult this person in a spot where it hurts deep down. Amazingly though, Big Shaq keeps the music sounding and *feeling* phenomenal. Furthermore, Big Shaq is a relatable man, he relates to the listener in many ways, such as his smoking of trees and love of high quality, top brand jackets (the good quality of the jacket was not directly said during the song but was implied through deeper, contextual meaning, the more intelligent listeners would understand). Overall, Big Shaq's hip hop track 'mans not hot' is a turning point for the century and provides a deeper look into the way capitalism has shaped modern day society.
Honestly I have grew out of this song really quickly. Possibly because it got really annoying to listen to and the fact that a lot of kids seem to treat this as the second coming of christ.
Love it! Really highlights the issues or rappers and random noises! With just 1 view we can highlight the issue and help bring awareness and bring back the real rappers. Respect!