Think more like if "At Least A Million" didn't have the minimal amount of self awareness it did.I wrote this song! This song is mine! I write other songs too! This song is about to get really good very soon! And it is mine!
...did I miss anything, or was that basically it?
This Cameo site sounds interesting. I wonder who's on it.
Holy shit, that track is bad. Cringeworthy 90s white boy "rap", the beat is straight out of Stock Aitkin & Waterman and his flow is...well, it isn't.Listen to "My Jam" on the service of your choice: http://smarturl.it/uamyjam Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/unkleadams?sub_confirmation=1 Get a Video Sho...www.youtube.com
Unk hit's another track out of the park.
Spoiler Alert: Same shit as 70% of his other songs, all about who he is, how the record labels have fucked up not signing him, and how he's going to make it big.
It's not even being pressed. Like at all. This is the second time his funding for Planting Seeds has fallen through. In all honesty, it lacks the novelty that the Original/Friends Over Enemies "Mini-Vinyl" had, and he set the funding for PS to 200 copies, which for something not great it's a massive stretch. 100 copies would have been more reasonable, even then he probably wouldn't get enough people to reserve copies.What? The greatest album of all time is not being pressed again?
That track's better than anything Curtis has touched.Updates from OriginalPosting:
So, OGP's patron saint & resident Mormon, Colby Ferrin, dropped a diss track towards Curtis.
Curtis does not like this, and blocks Colby on Twitter.
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So, who is Colby you ask? why is he relevant to Curtis and the "Unkleverse"?
Colby Ferrin is a Mormon rapper who gained infamy in OriginalPosting when Curtis was trying to shill his Original top hat for a mere $10,000 in 2018.
Curtis ended up doing a giveaway on the top hat after nobody wanted to pay $10,000 for a $3 costume party supply hat, the person winning being Colby. OriginalPosting was outraged and very suspicious about this move, given that Colby was verified on Twitter which raised suspicion that he was seeded to receive the hat due to his popularity and that he was a rapper. Colby, notable at the time for a track named Middle Class Gangster, which most people on OGP thought was racist and classist due to its themes, of which was Colby saying he was oppressed as a white male middle class citizen, was crucified on OGP for a time until he ended up joining the group to explain his side of the story.
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Colby ended up having a moment of clarity due to the relentless bullying from OGP about Middle Class Gangster, deleting every trace of it from YouTube and other services, later apologizing for even releasing the song in the first place.
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Colby later dropped some screenshots of DMs he had with Curtis over the hat debacle and Curtis addresses how OGP had been bullying and trolling him for months. Colby defends OGP, saying that most of the members do have Curtis’ best interests at heart.
Soon after, Colby decided to auction off the top hat for charity, earning around $650 for it in the end. The top hats current owner still remains unknown.
During the auction, Colby dropped a “Remix” of Original titled “Not Enough to Be Original” wearing the top hat and dissing Curtis in the process. This goes ignored by Curtis.
Due to all of the events following the top hat giveaway, Colby’s “redemption arc” is what solidified Colby into the somewhat de facto godlike leader of OGP.