Thoughts: Sneaker Hype / T.RAP Music

A comment on sneaker hype/trap music

Anthony Sewell Popularity comes and goes . Whenever something gains popularity to the point where it becomes arguably saturated, naturally there will be a wave of people going against that grain along with the various individual impositions of what’s hot and what’s not,for example, that phrasing I just used evolved from yay or nay. This may drive some readers crazy, while others don’t care. Trap or what I like to call T.RAP(trance rap) can be seen as an evolutionary branch product of rap music. To be frank, the ubiquitous disdain for the genre at large is that it lacks the thought provoking lyricism and rough production sound thats rooted deeply in the rap DNA. Think of it as the red headed stepchild bastard of rap music.kinda like reggaeton. As for shoes….theres always going to be some new shit that makes us come out of our pockets, its where the world has been for quite some time. The first time a shoe is released, most of the time, the price is a reflection the technology. Now they’re sold off hype. He said she said. Ronnie Fieg can pick out a few colors for orthopedic shoes, and teenagers will turn there back on nike, loose sleep to obtain the new flavor of the second. I was this kid in high school. For what its worth, supporting the brother Jordan was always enough for me. NOWADAYS I’m partial to the air trainer line and new balances due to the damage I’ve caused because I used to squeeze my feet into my little brothers nike air jordans in HS. I loved wearing Jordan’s but could only afford 4 pairs a year which was MORE THAN ENOUGH. I dreamed of shopping at Flight Club. Now its my last resort when I want 1999 Jordan 5 black metallic deadstock for $700 .wouldnt catch me dead walking around with the flight club shopping bag. I don’t want people to know this sucker over paid for 1lb of rubber and suede.