I gotta admit, I do fall in and out of love for hip hop with the ebb and flow of it on a mainstream level, but one thing remains consistent, G-Funk has a way of making me feel good at times. Sometimes, I can't listen to it, but it doesn't mean I don't like it.
For those unfamiliar with this Hip Hop genre, just think Snoop, Doc Dre, or Too Short. Sure these cats have all built a reputation on creating music that mainly--not always, but mainly--glamorizes the idea of women in a derogatory light, but it's slamming! Myabe I'd be a bit more bashful about the pleasure of G-funk, but it's hard when women flock to the dancefloor at the sound of it. I'm also sure I could make a real convincing argument about how G-Funk abuses the power of music. After all G-Funk comes from P-Funk which was pioneered by a crowd of geniuses like Bootsy Collins and George Clinton, and groups like Parliament.
Nonetheless, the creators of G-funk and P-funk often share the same stage in musical harmony, so they don't appear to be upset with each other..so neither will I.
Basically, I once heard Too Short say something in an interview that I not only agreed with, but I was thankful for it, "I say what you can't. If you ever get mad at your girl, don't call her bitch, just put in my CD."