Lerkot

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About Lerkot

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    Rough like sandpaper, hard like algebra
  • Birthday 05/11/1989

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  1. Suicide Squad Marketing

    Not that surprising though, most superhero movies got a pretty low rewatch value as they are kind of dependent on innovation and surprise rather than twisted storylines and other types of "depth".
  2. I started to smoke weed in 2008 and since 2011 or so it has been my main activity, slowly but surely killing off any ideas of love, career, housing and other stuff adult people might want. There is this building in my town which is pretty much a hippie-ghetto, where there is a lot of people like me and we sort of pull eachother down though we have a lot of fun as well. I have tried more or less all other drugs as well but luckily not gotten sucked in to anything beside the weed. But tomorrow I am finally moving from this city where I have spent all my life... and its going to be nice with a fresh start. I intend to write a lot and avoid weed (though it is likely I will smoke if its shoved in my face) and build something that at least resembles the life of a grown-up.
  3. New music - caution in the wild

    I dont use smartphones, anyone know how to hear it?
  4. I think he is terrified of rejection. He is obsessed with being succesfull, understandably when people have praised you, loved you and copied you since you were 17 years old. If he feels his music fails, he will be reluctant to try it again. When his "serious movies" failed, he went back to doing "sci-fi-superhero"-shiat because its where love came from. When he understood that he is no longer the hottest thing in the market and does no longer appeal to kids, he sent out his own to extend himself. And remember, the last time around he made music, "Lost & Found", he was more concerned with success than with the quality of the music - hence 50centish songs like "Switch" and "Party Starter" and the lack of Jeff. If he would release music today I'm not even sure it would be any good as he is without any doubt separeted from his roots and on a weird, confusing path to forgottenness.
  5. Suicide Squad

    Saw it yesterday. Like with 98% of all Hollywood movies the first half hour is really good before it turns into this painful, boring mess that really force you into complete apathy regarding the story and the characters. Its bad, its been done before and there is no way of judging Will's performance since the script is ****.
  6. I've never really liked Will's movies: not only does he pick bad projects, but he is also below average as an actor. A few of his movies and performances are okay but in general really "meh". Just like with his rapping, his greatness is not in the technique, content or talent, it is more about pure, raw charisma. This charisma dies when it becomes obvious that you are very interested in money, exploiting your children and doing pretentious movies that he cant pull of because he is not the Morgan Freeman he believes he is every second movie, neither is he the superhero from the others. Until he realize who he is - a man with unheard of capacities to bring joy, laugther and creativeness, he will fail. He needs to sell those big ugly Hollywood house-ranches, move home to Philly and show his kids what a playground looks like; then we can relate to him and he can relate to us.
  7. Aaaand that was all for this year. Will Smith will return in 2017 at venues "Random Beach House" and "One of those clubs with millionaires".
  8. Okay I thought maybe I should post this with the version of He's the DJ, I'm the Rapper I posted yesterday... but its not like we're drowning in posts so might as well give this one its own. I think the only different from the "common" version is FP singing between the verses... it sounds terrible but cute.
  9. So I've heard the album version of this song like at least 1000 times and kind of out of nowhere I find this with a longer and completely different ending. Im sure must have missed out on this.
  10. Was the Fiesta Remix a flop?

    The song was bad in every possible aspect and lacked all commercial/clubbing potential except for Will being a name in it. However I refuse to believe that he really thought it was gonna be a big hit... seems like something he did more for the fun of it.
  11. Really sad. I mean okey we lost a lot of great rappers of the years but none that really shaped my taste in music.. Phife Dawg though, true legend. Sad.
  12. I think he might still do three or four concerts but World tour etc - forget it. Gotta make another ten bad movies ensuring you're forgotten before the career is even over.
  13. Its something I love to see: its REAL!
  14. That Chris Rock and a couple of other comedians and what not makes fun of Will, "destroys him" and believes that he make the wrong decision and that some kind of "reputation" will suffer - all of this might be true. But if you are going to adapt your beliefs and decisions based on what others think you'll find yourself in a hole far worse than a suffered reputation and the cost of being laughed at. If he believes in what he says then he wont be affected by some well-paid comedian making well-paid jokes about it. It sure is pure bandwagonism to feel that Will should have attended the Oscar's because other prominent people thinks he should have. Yeah I know the world works like this: if a celebrity says something, then everyone wants to do or buy what the celeb says, and to not follow this pattern might seem unreasonable to a lot of people. But you know that's what creative and independent people do: they're basically saying "Im not taking decisions based on what jokes comedians might tell".