Defconn has just released his second music video and track titled “Frankenstein (Dirty Rap City)” off his latest solo album “I’m Not A Pigeon.”
As you may have been able to guess this a dis track, directed towards the Korean hip hop scene as a whole. I have to be honest I find tracks like these funny; the irony in the whole situation is that you write and song and make a music video to dis the very industry and genre by which you made your name in. More specifically the “money rules” attitude in music today, and I mean everywhere, not just in Korea.
Welcome to the street a**h**es.
The sh**ty street ruled by money.
When did it become like this?
All beggars, all money money beggars.
To answer your question, it became like this while you have been hosting “Weekly Idol” and creating groups like Big Byung. But I do see his point, when did making music stop being about the music and about the money? If he can sort that answer out, then good for him because that has been a burning question for quite awhile now. I can also see how he is frustrated with it all, Defconn did get his start in the underground rap scene which is supposed to be all about the music.
Musically, Defoconn’s underground style is very evident in this song and music video. For those of us that like our hip hop a little less “poppy” this track is for you.
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Source: 1theK Official YouTube
Edited by: Laura Dees
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