Dying Is for Losers
Nick 'Dj Gringo' Carter and Gino 'Bumble Bee' Roy are Hindering Complex. Changing rap for the better. Put a smile on your face. All clean lyrics...wacky but clean. A journey where free-association, rap, and lyrical mayhem collide. Since the dawn of space. Man has wondered about human existance. What we are doing here on earth? Why do I smell funny after a few days of not bathing? There are natural biological patterns we call eathren laws binding us to the fact that eagles can see well; a man can jump his height plus the sum of he and his mates; and a gallon of milk is two times as much as a session of Oreos will require. Scientist confide in the fact that most living things follow these truly mundane norms. But in 2006, a rare occurance was beheld. One November 4th, a band, out of nowhen, commenced. Oh, and how it commenced. It was like the ending of a Gallagher show mixed with the anticipation of a Michael Jackson concert, a twist of John Popper, and a dash of William Hung's tenacity. God sent two messengers to Earth on November 4th, 2006. Feel free to giggle, but don't think for one minute that the strife is over. Rap has become a mix of adulteen angst and popular rehashed bushwa. Take a moment. Forget what you saw on TV this afternoon, listen, and for once look at yourself in your slightly rusting bathroom mirror and carve yourself a genuine smile. Welcome back. We missed you. It's Hindering Complex.