RAP-RELATED TWITTERSRANDOMLY COMPILED By Jeff Laughlin
Whether using misspelled homophobic slurs or calling out other rappers, she is way more entertaining on Twitter than she is when she is rapping.
He consistently engages his fans, including me, with requests for their favorite lyrics. Also, he drops knowledge regularly.
Wading through the unbelievable oddities that ramble through this man’s brain could be my life’s passion.
Even if he’s simultaneously a bit standoffish and high-minded, no one is talking about rap the same way. I love that, whereas others can’t stand it.
I follow specifically to get new rap music as soon as it comes out, but looking up responses to a nonresponsive Twitter is also fun. Do that.
The Combat Jack Show
Listening to these dudes talk about rap is must-hear podcasting, so the Twitter only elucidates the process.
His “daily game” tweets are must-follow philosophies. “Daily Game: Don’t telegraph your moves” is a personal favorite. Plus he plugs “Law and Order: SVU.”
50 Cent @50cent
He may not make commercially viable rap anymore, but he certainly has a flair for finding morally corruptible women to talk to in a NSFW fashion. If you find that as sociologically disarming as I do, then this is your jam.
He writes pure nonsense in between plugs for his music. “Conveniently Jewish.” “I think I’ve just come down with a case of publishing.” “Dabby Devito.” Etc.
Okay, so he’s an NBA player. He talks about rap a lot, though. And when he talks, generally, you should be listening. There’s nothing more absurd than a late-night Tony Allen twitter explosion. Trust me.