"Frat rap clearly isn’t for me, but I can respect the mission statement behind it."
The video barely makes it 10 seconds before its first cringe-worthy offense.
"The key is to keeping an open mind, if not, nothing will ever evolve, you know?"
God, aliens, hip-hop, pizza—this video has it all.
This is what happens when you save dat money, amirite Dicky?
If you feel like you don’t know what to do with your life, don’t fret. They didn’t either.
Lil Dicky's wildly-popular video enlarges a limitation that a young, black rapper faces head on.
Lil Dicky's "Professional Rapper" easily outsells Migos to become the number one rap album in the country.
If he really does wants to be taken seriously as a rapper, then we are laughing at Dicky for all the wrong reasons.