Hip Hop Lives is the collaborative album from MC KRS-One and producer Marley Marl. This is a historical album in the sense that 20 years prior, KRS and Marley were bitter rivals involved in the legendary Bridge Wars. In an interview with Unkut.com, KRS-One spoke on how the album came together and as it was released 20 years after his debut album Criminal Minded, he and Koch Records wanted something special in celebration of that and decided to get Marley Marl to produce the whole LP. The album is a quasi-sequel to Nas‘ 2006 album Hip Hop Is Dead, not a criticism as its title suggests, as KRS-One is known to have agreed with Nas’ declaration of rap music’s “death” (taken verbatim from Wikipedia).
Hip and hop is more than music.
Hip is the knowledge. Hop is the movement.
Hip and hop is intelligent movement
Or relevant movement.
Every year I get newer.
I’m the dust on the moon.
I’m the trash in the sewer. Let’s go.
I come back.
Every year I get brighter.
If you think hip-hop is alive hold up your lighter.
Use comparative adjectives when you want to compare two people, places or things. Comparative adjectives describe the differences between nouns.
For most adjectives with one syllable, simply add r or er.
- old – older
- fast – faster
- late – later
- nice – nicer
- big – bigger
- If the adjective ends with a consonant-vowel-consonant, then double the final consonant.
If the adjective has two syllables AND ends with ~y, then omit ‘y’ and add ~ier.
- pretty – prettier
- happy – happier
- busy – busier
For most adjectives with two or more syllables, add more and do not add ~er.
- modern – more modern
- expensive – more expensive
- beautiful – more beautiful
Some adjectives are irregular and have special comparative forms. You must memorize these special irregular adjectives.
- good – better
- bad – worse
- far – farther
I come back.
Every year I’m the strongest.
KRS, Marley Marl.
Yup, we last the longest. Let’s go.
Use superlative adjectives when you want to compare three or more people places or things.
For most adjectives with one syllable, simply add ~st or ~est
- old – older – oldest
- fast – faster – fastest
- late – later – latest
- nice – nicer- nicest
- big – bigger – biggest
If the adjective has two syllables AND ends with ~y, then omit Y and add ~est.
- pretty – prettier – prettiest
- happy – happier – happiest
- busy – busier – busiest
For most adjectives with two or more syllables, add most and do not add ~est.
- modern – more modern – most modern
- expensive – more expensive – most expensive
- beautiful – more beautiful – most beautiful
Some adjectives are irregular and have special forms. You must memorize these special irregular adjectives.
- good – better – best
- bad – worse – worst
- far – farther – farthest
- more – most
Let’s talk about the best things in the world. Answer the following questions and explain why:
- Who is the best hip-hop artist?
- What is the best city in the world?
- What is your least favorite thing to do?
- Where can you buy the most delicious food?
- Who is the funniest person alive?