Sup? Just beamed down from my space home where time isn’t linear to take you back to “the early 2000’s”. During that period, Rap City: Tha Basement was popular with teenage boys because a.) It kept them off the streets by giving them something gangster to watch while tougher kids were in the streets and b.) It got them hip to hip-hop stylings that deeply worried their parents. I downloaded a fashion memory card to my brain on the trip down and I’m feeling opinion-y. Now shut the fuck up and get in my lunarchopper. I’ll explain on the way.

Rick Morrison is a writer living in North Carolina. Follow him on Twitter here.

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