Intuition, Girls Like Me


He’s more of a mid-20s Bukowski than the censor-less belligerence of Tucker Max.


Blake Gillespie | February 4, 2010

Intuition, Girls Like Me [Hellfyre Club]

L.A. rapper Intuition titled his
sophomore record Girls Like Me, affirming
a transformation that kills off the griot in his debut. Stories About Nothing introduced us to a competent rhymewriter
with room to grow. Girls Like Me is a celebration of honing
that potential and using those skills for evil by rapping about
netting scenester floosies in fishnets. It’s a record that could
alienate those simple folk down since the debut, but will create a
swarm of swollen vaginas at his shows and dudes who feel like he’s
speaking their bro language finally

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