History YMMV / TheRapCritic

25th Jul '17 7:03:49 AM GucciPiggy90
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** He tries to point out how "Black Beatles" has nothing to do with the Beatles while specifically highlighting one of the few lyrics that actually references The Beatles. ("She's a good teaser.")

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** He tries to point out how "Black Beatles" has nothing to do with the The Beatles while specifically highlighting one of the few lyrics that actually references The Beatles. ("She's a good teaser.")
25th Jul '17 7:03:22 AM GucciPiggy90
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** He tries to point out how "Black Beatles" has nothing to do with the Beatles while specifically highlighting one of the few lyrics that actually references The Beatles. ("She's a good teaser.")
26th Feb '17 9:52:38 AM nombretomado
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** In the "Top 10 Worst Lyrics I've Ever Heard...This Year (2013)" video, he pokes fun at Migos referring to doing cocaine as HannahMontana by making up a song that goes "The Wiggles, The Wiggles, The Wiggles, The Wiggles! When this song comes on, it makes her ass do the wiggles!". Bizarrely, Jason Derulo would come out with a song that would refer to ShakingTheRump as "Wiggle" as well.

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** In the "Top 10 Worst Lyrics I've Ever Heard...This Year (2013)" video, he pokes fun at Migos referring to doing cocaine as HannahMontana Series/HannahMontana by making up a song that goes "The Wiggles, The Wiggles, The Wiggles, The Wiggles! When this song comes on, it makes her ass do the wiggles!". Bizarrely, Jason Derulo would come out with a song that would refer to ShakingTheRump as "Wiggle" as well.
11th Jan '17 2:37:23 AM MrCandle
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* GrowingTheBeard: His early episodes focused on picking on bad lyrics and the FridgeLogic of the songs. Over time however the show became more about analysing the messages of songs as well as discussing the social context of the messages portrayed, while poking fun at bad lyrics was toned down and given it's own separate segment in "Top X Worst Lyrics I've Ever Heard".

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* GrowingTheBeard: His early episodes focused on picking on bad lyrics and the FridgeLogic of the songs. Over time however the show became more about analysing the messages of songs as well as discussing the social context of the messages portrayed, while poking fun at bad lyrics was toned down and given it's its own separate segment in "Top X Worst Lyrics I've Ever Heard".
23rd Nov '16 3:10:50 PM MylesHowlett
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* BrokenBase: Reviewing the Censored Eleven got this. Some found the videos informative and entertaining, while some thought the videos were too political and would prefer he get back to rap reviews. Lady Jess, who also appeared in the videos, is a BaseBreakingCharacter as it is. Some like her viewpoints, others find her annoying and feel she takes advantage of her relationship with RC to push her views on his (considerably more popular) channel
15th Sep '16 3:06:05 AM lilithmercy
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* EarWorm: His outro music, which is actually a song from his own rap career called "Oh Really?"
13th May '16 4:24:10 AM Morgenthaler
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* ValuesResonance: After explaining some of the plot in DoTheRightThing in his "Fight the Power" review, he finds that there are similarities between the deaths of the real life Eric Garner and Radio Raheem.

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* ValuesResonance: After explaining some of the plot in DoTheRightThing ''Film/DoTheRightThing'' in his "Fight the Power" review, he finds that there are similarities between the deaths of the real life Eric Garner and Radio Raheem.
26th Jan '16 1:22:34 PM missmoon
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** {{Lampshaded}} when it comes to his review of [[KendrickLamar Swimming Pools]]. At the end of the review, he laments that the song has not achieved mainstream success. At the end of the next video however, he points out that the song ''did'' become popular, charting well between the two videos, thus making his previous complaining pointless.

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** {{Lampshaded}} when it comes to his review of [[KendrickLamar [[Music/KendrickLamar Swimming Pools]]. At the end of the review, he laments that the song has not achieved mainstream success. At the end of the next video however, he points out that the song ''did'' become popular, charting well between the two videos, thus making his previous complaining pointless.
4th Sep '15 12:50:14 PM Tuckerscreator
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* SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped: His crossover review of ''Film/TheJazzSinger'' spends the last third in a furious, but justified rant about the damage that {{blackface}} has wreaked on African-American representation and how something that was deemed acceptable then shouldn't be given a pass now just because it was FairForItsDay.
23rd Jun '15 10:52:47 AM ACondomFullOfCrisco
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* CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming: The Rap Critic's opinion of Pitbull's segue in his "Time Of Our Lives" video, where Pitbull essentially stops the song just to give encouragement to any of his listeners to might be facing some dark days. He notes that Pitbull didn't have to do it at all, but he ''did.''

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* CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming: The Rap Critic's opinion of Pitbull's segue in his "Time Of Our Lives" video, where Pitbull essentially stops the song just to give encouragement to any of his listeners to who might be facing some dark days. He notes that Pitbull didn't have to do it at all, but he ''did.''
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